Makita HP1631K

Essential for your Makita drill

24,99
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Essential for your Makita drill

24,99


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Key specs

Drill type
Impact drill
Power supply type
Grid current
Type DIYer
Occasional handyman
Use drill for
Drill in metal, Drill in plaster and soft stone, Drill in tiles and brick, Drill in wood
Power
710 W

Pros and cons

According to our drill expert
  • Also use the machine for light drilling in tiles and stone by turning on the knock function.
  • With a drilling capacity of up to 30 millimeters in wood, you use it for medium to heavy drilling jobs.
  • With a weight of only 2 kilograms, long-term jobs can easily be sustained.
  • The machine doesn't have work lighting, making jobs in poorly lit areas difficult.
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Description

The drill head of the Makita HP1631K makes around 3200 revolutions per minute without load. This is more than enough to get through wooden and metal surfaces. The variable electronic speed control allows you to do so with control and accuracy. Aside from the rotating movement, it also makes a maximum of 48,000 strokes per minute. This easily gets you through even the hardest types of stone. Even with long-term intensive use, the HP1631K lasts a long time, thanks to the aluminum gear housing and cylindrical construction. In addition, it's provided with a soft grip handle. This makes the machine easy to handle and also reduces the noise that it produces. You transport it and store it neatly in the case included by default.

The drill head of the Makita HP1631K makes around 3200 revolutions per minute without load. This is more than enough to get through wooden and metal surfaces. The variable electronic speed control allows you to do so with control and accuracy. Aside from the rotating movement, it also makes a maximum of 48,000 strokes per minute. This easily gets you through even the hardest types of stone. Even with long-term intensive use, the HP1631K lasts a long time, thanks to the aluminum gear housing and cylindrical construction. In addition, it's provided with a soft grip handle. This makes the machine easy to handle and also reduces the noise that it produces. You transport it and store it neatly in the case included by default.


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Key specs

Drill type
Impact drill
Power supply type
Grid current
Type DIYer
Occasional handyman
Use drill for
Drill in metal, Drill in plaster and soft stone, Drill in tiles and brick, Drill in wood
Power
710 W

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Reviews

Most helpful reviews

  • 4 / 5 stars
    8,4/10
    Drill Makita user

    Marc Claes | 21 February 2011 | Automatically translated from Dutch

    I have used this product in the past and have good experience with this brand (Makita).
    It is very strong, lasts a long time and also easy to use.
    I think it's a great product.

    Marc Claes | 21 February 2011 | Automatically translated from Dutch
  • 4 / 5 stars
    7,6/10
    great for light use.

    David | 27 November 2013 | Automatically translated from Dutch

    • light
    • flexible
    • electronic gear
    • no slip clutch
    • no mechanical gear

    A high-quality smooth drill for many light works that can last a long time.

    But not for the intense heavy work. Due to no slip clutch to protect the gears against blocking, I blocked 1 time with a drill clock and the gears now sing (a piece of gears) which means gradually at the end.

    I know from experience that the Metabo SBE 701 and 751 here on coolblue do have a slip clutch and can handle the heavy work despite their 700 watts and 750 watts. A slightly higher price range.

    David | 27 November 2013 | Automatically translated from Dutch
  • 4.5 / 5 stars
    8,8/10
    Very satisfied

    Bram De Graef | 17 January 2013 | Automatically translated from Dutch

    As a "sporadic handyman" I was looking for a solid drill that was easy to handle, of good quality and yet not too expensive.
    I certainly found that with the purchase of the Makita HP1631.

    The delivery of CoolBlue also deserves praise!

    Bram De Graef | 17 January 2013 | Automatically translated from Dutch
  • 4.5 / 5 stars
    9,2/10
    Highly recommended for small or large jobs
    • Fits well in the hand
    • Adjustable handle
    • Not heavy
    • Doesn't vibrate very much

    Needed a well-priced one quickly, it was delivered the next day and the quality is top notch. And for a few euros more a really nice suitcase.

    Jelle Van der Meulen | 2 April 2021 | Automatically translated from Dutch
  • 4 / 5 stars
    8,4/10
    Low price, simple but powerful device
    • Powerful
    • Compact
    • Durable
    • no suitcase
    • No spacer

    This device is a wonderful addition to my Makita cordless drill.

    The device is very solidly built according to the traditional design, without superfluous functions. With this device you get a workhorse that - I think - will last for years to come.

    In terms of size, the device is very compact, which makes it very convenient to work on the construction site. The electronic control button allows you to perfectly dose the power of the device so that you do not lose control.

    The hammer drill function works fine, but is relatively noisy. Unfortunately, I don't think this can ever be avoided with such a device.

    I can only mention two negatives for this device.

    On the one hand, the device is delivered in a cardboard packaging, without a case for the device. This is not insurmountable, but would be useful since this device is often moved. I assume that Coolblue offers these devices without a case in order to reduce the prices, which is of course also positive.

    In addition, when opening the package, I noticed that the device is equipped with an attachment point for a spacer to the wall. Unfortunately, the iron rod to set the distance is not included. Don't worry though, I was able to recover it from my 25-year-old Metabo device.

    All in all, this purchase is very positive: solid, value for money and a must-have for every handyman.

    Finally, let's emphasize Coolblue's excellent service: perfect handling of the order, from start to finish

    Laurent | 24 January 2014 | Automatically translated from Dutch
  • 5 / 5 stars
    10/10
    A very good buy!
    • Everything
    • Everything
    • Everything
    • No

    I am an artist in metal sculptures. I have to be able to count on my machine. Also for making stone pedestals.

    freddy cappon | 4 November 2016 | Automatically translated from Dutch
  • 3.5 / 5 stars
    6,8/10
    Super fast and at a very nice price
    • not too heavy
    • easy to handle
    • adjustable speed
    • no

    Use the Makita Impact Drill as a hobby and I am very satisfied and a big plus is that you don't have to stay at home for it, I picked it up at a postal service point.

    Piet | 28 March 2015 | Automatically translated from Dutch
  • 4.5 / 5 stars
    9,2/10
    Drilling holes

    Not used much yet, but the job has been refurbished quickly, it also fits well in the hand. It is a pity that there is no storage case.
    Also would like to mention that delivery was perfectly on time.