NEW PHDS 10-20V cordless hammer drill – finally in stock!

The new PHDS 10-20V cordless hammer drill – in stock just in time for the holidays. Equipped with a 20 volt premium battery, the device is able to convince with real power striking force, for example for roof extensions, wall unit installation or kitchen furniture installation. This professional tool enables you to perform demanding screwing, drilling and hammer drilling applications without any effort or cables.

With a maximum torque of 40 Nm and an impact frequency of up to 26,400 rpm, the Trotec PHDS 10-20V can easily drill into concrete and brickwork as well as into metal and wood. Our new hammer drill takes its superior power reserves required for this from its energy-saving 20 V exchangeable battery from the Flexpower series. Thanks to its lithium-ion technology, these batteries neither have memory effect nor self-drain, and can be fully recharged in just under an hour using the quick-charging device, which is included in the delivery. And simply brilliant: the Flexpower multi battery included can be flexibly combined with various Trotec tools so that you can simply change the device and not the battery in future.

With so much power from our new PHDS 10-20V, working safety must always be guaranteed as a course of matter. This is why the cordless hammer drill is equipped with a quickstop-overrun brake and power-on lock which prevents it from accidentally turning on. The additional handle, included in the scope of delivery, which can be variably mounted on the left-hand and right-hand side, also ensures accurate drill guidance. What’s more, an integrated LED light ensures you will have a clear, well-lit view of your workbench where there is a lack of space for a work light.

This is how it works

The robust 2-speed metal gears and its continuously variable speed control allow for force adjustment at any time, whenever you require. In this respect, the 20 torque settings, plus a drilling setting and an additional hammer drilling setting, make the PHDS  10-20V the master of versatility for all your applications. The PHDS 10-20V quick-action drill chuck allows you to quickly change screw or drill attachments, while at the same time the automatic spindle lock offers greater safety thanks to higher tool clamping forces. You can use all conventional screwdriver bits, bit holders and drill bits with a shaft diameter of up to 13 mm.

The long-lasting PHDS 10-20V always ensures a secure grip for effortless use over long periods thanks to its ergonomic design with an optimised centre of gravity and soft-grip inlays. For quicker access, the battery impact drill can be mounted and carried along with the belt clip, which is included in the delivery, if required. To expand the possible uses for the PHDS 10-20V, high-quality trademarked drill sets are also available for drilling into stone, wood or metal. You will also be fully equipped for all screwing operations – with Trotec’s 32 piece screw bit set!

Four of the numerous advantages that I particularly like:

  • the strong, 20 V lithium ion battery – with no memory-effect and no self-drain
  • the Flexpower multi battery – which can be flexibly combined even with other cordless tools
  • the powerful motor with 2-speed gears
  • The 20 torque settings plus drilling setting and additional hammer drilling setting.

TÜV-tested and certified quality

  • You are in safe hands with the PHDS 10-20V as you’ll receive this cordless hammer drill with TÜV-tested quality as a guarantee of its high value, safety and functionality.
  • Of course, the charging devices are also all tested and certified by us for proven safety, so that you can always stay on the safe side thanks to Trotec’s brand quality.

PHDS 10-20V cordless hammer drill – unbeatably affordable!

Order the new PHDS 10-20V cordless hammer drill including attachable belt clip, two bits, additional handle, quick-charge device and transport case today, reduced from £76.06 to just £49.21 incl. VAT  – now in the Trotec shop!

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