Model No. KR911BK Discontinued

910W 2 Gear Hammer Drill


Features + Benefits

  • Depth guide to assist the user when a predetermined depth is needed
  • Compact size and lock on button for maximum comfort
  • 910W AC motor design delivers improved power and torque performance for all DIY tasks
  • Hammer action, suitable for drilling into masonry
  • Reversing brush system delivers full power in both forward and reverse and reduces carbon brush wear
  • Adjustable variable speed dial allows the user to pre-set speeds for more control
  • Secondary handle to provide additional control
  • 2 speed mechanical gear box which delivers high torque in 1st and high speed in 2nd gear
  • 13mm, high quality two sleeve keyless chuck
  • Die cast aluminum gear housing for optimum heat dissipation and additional durability
Black and Decker - 910W 2 Gear Hammer Drill - KR911BK

Product Specs

Power Source Corded
Product Type Hammer Drill
Kitbox Yes
Lock-on switch Yes
Power Rating 910 W
Plug Voltage 230 V
Max Torque 62 Nm
No Load Speed 0-1100/0-3100 rpm
Chuck type Two Sleeve
Beats per Minute 52700 bpm
Chuck Size 13 mm
Max. Drilling Capacity (wood) 50 mm
Max. Drilling Capacity (steel) 13 mm
Max. Drilling Capacity (masonry) 18 mm
Reverse Action Yes
Variable Speed Yes
Secondary handle Yes
Cable length 2.5 m
Number of Gears 2
Sound Power 111 dB(A)
Sound Pressure 100 dB(A)
Vibration 13.5 m/s²
  • Reversing brush system delivers good screwdriving performance
  • Adjustable variable speed dial makes the drill very suitable for use in a manual drill press
  • Suitable for all DIY drilling tasks in various materials such as plastic, wood, metal, masonry and concrete
  • Side handle and depth stop
  • Kitbox

910W 2 Gear Hammer Drill reviews verified by reevooReevoo

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Scores 8.7 out of 10 based on 3 reviews
9 out of 10


Drill Power. Design.
Power lead a bit short.
Confirmed purchase: 26 August 2014
Published on: 05 September 2014
8 out of 10


Middlesbrough GB Trade professional 40 years
Feels like a quality bit of kit.
The forward reverse control is to easily moved accidentily when gripping the handle.
Confirmed purchase: 23 July 2014
Published on: 02 August 2014