Makita HM0870C Demolition Hammer SDS-Max 110V
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TOOLSTOP Part No: MAK-HM0870C-110V
Makita HM0870C Demolition Hammer Drill, SDS-Max complete with Carrying Case. Available in 110 and 240 volts.
- Electronic speed control for maximum productivity
- Long life carbon brushes
- Soft start
- Double insulated
- Electronic speed control
- Hammer only
- Variable speed trigger
- Adapted for SDS-Max Bits
- Carrying case
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- Barcode: 0088381605328
- Max Joules: 11.6Js
- Blows per minute: 1.100-2.650bpm
- Vibration: 8.4m/sec
- Input wattage: 1.100w
- Net Weight: 5.6kg
- 110 or 240 volts
- Total Shipping Weight: 7kg
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All orders received after 5pm Friday or on Saturday or Sunday will be despatched the following Monday*.
UK orders below $81.60 (inc VAT) are subject to a $11.60 handling and packaging fee. UK orders above $81.60 (inc VAT) will be delivered free of charge.
Orders for offshore locations will be charged a delivery fee and will take longer to be delivered.
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Makita power tools come with a 3 year warranty (online registration within 30 days of purchase required). This applies to all tools excluding batteries, chargers, outdoor power equipment and air tools.
Contact Toolstop on 44-1698-819-000 and we will advise the best course of action to get your tool repaired. Please Note, you will require to produce your Toolstop invoice as proof of purchase.
Alternatively you can contact Makita directly in the UK on Fax: 01908 614 702 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Generally, we will repair the product and send it back to you or we will return to Makitas Service Centre and they will return your repaired product to you.
PLEASE NOTE - The guarantee does not apply where:
- Repairs have been made or attempted by others.
- Repairs are required because of normal wear and tear.
- The tool has been abused, misused or improperly maintained.
- Alterations have been made to the tool.
- This does not affect your statutory rights.