Model No. KR504CRESK

500W Percussion Hammer Drill


Features + Benefits

  • Hammer action suitable for drilling into masonry
  • Lock on button for greater comfort
  • Variable speed offers more control and is essential for screwdriving
  • Spindle lock for easy bit change and maximum accessory grip
  • 13mm, high quality keyless chuck
  • 500W power suitable for most DIY drilling tasks
  • Secondary handle to provide additional control
Black and Decker - 500W Percussion Hammer Drill - KR504CRESK

Product Specs

Power Source Corded
Product Type Hammer Drill
Kitbox No
Lock-on switch No
Power Rating 500 W
Plug Voltage 230 V
Max Torque 17.4 Nm
No Load Speed 0-2800 rpm
Chuck type Single Sleeve
Beats per Minute 47600 bpm
Chuck Size 13 mm
Max. Drilling Capacity (wood) 20.0 mm
Max. Drilling Capacity (steel) 13.0 mm
Max. Drilling Capacity (masonry) 13.0 mm
Reverse Action No
Spindle lock Yes
Secondary handle No
Adjustable depth stop No
Cable length 3 m
Number of Gears 1
Sound Power 108 dB(A)
Sound Pressure 97 dB(A)
Vibration 18.49 m/s²
  • Forward / reverse Function adds versatility i.e. for screwdriving
  • Ideal for drilling into a variety of materials such as wood, metal, plastic and masonry
  • Side Handle
  • Kit Box

Black & Decker 500W Corded Drill KR504CRESK reviews verified by reevooReevoo

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Scores 8.6 out of 10 based on 47 reviews
8 out of 10


La Chapelle Montbrandeix GB DIYer
Good features and performance for the price.
Not easy to maintain low speed for masonry drilling - trigger is too sensitive.
Confirmed purchase: 14 September 2017
Published on: 13 October 2017
10 out of 10


Middleton GB Enjoying retirement!
Unlike a battery operated drill I can use this without fear of it reducing power or stopping all together. Excellent lead length. Overall very pleased
Confirmed purchase: 01 March 2017
Published on: 31 March 2017
8 out of 10


Good overall quality. Good design of chuckless drill wrench.
More expensive than others price
Confirmed purchase: 10 February 2016
Published on: 11 March 2016