Amazon Price: $75.95 $75.95 (as of August 17, 2018 5:31 am –
The Hiltex 1" Electric Hammer Drill is a hammering drill with hammer stop switch and drill stop switch for three operating modes to break masonry (hammer/drill), chisel (hammer) and penetrate wood/metal (drill). Capable of penetrating 1-inch (26 MM) of concrete and drilling through steel. The included depth stop prevents overpenetration, damage to tool. Roto-hammer has spring-loaded quick swap chuck that locks instantly using SDS Plus shanks with cross-section shape for security. Hammer drill has rotary handle with fully rotatable auxiliary handle can be secured at any angle for a better grip, increased precision. The 6 foot cord plugs into domestic outlets for more consistent power output than cordless power tools without being limited by battery life. Specifications: – 520 Watts – 110V – 60 Hz – 4.7 Amps – 900 RPM – 3150 BPM – 3/8" SDS Plus quick-change chuck Includes: – Depth stop – Lubricating oil – Dust cover – Bull point chisel – 3/4" flat chisel – 5/16" drill bit – 9/32" drill bit – 3/8" drill bit – Hard-plastic case
Paid for itself in one use!
This tool worked well for me. I used this to bust up the concrete in my bathroom to move my toilet flange, and it worked like a champ. No problem at all. Not heavy at all.
A nice piece of tool but it is not very powerful
A nice piece of tool but it is not very powerful. So it is good for small DIY projects, I don’t recommend it for persons in the construction field. It also arrived with a crack near the top.
This drill save me the cost of renting one on …
This drill save me the cost of renting one on my first day of using it, it works well, a must have
Awesome tool, at a third of the price of a major brand works perfectly
Buen producto y buen precio.
Lo que me cuesta un alquiler tengo un para mis trabajos. Sólo lo utilizo para mejoras en el hogar no diario.
Requires special bits !
For the price is really good !!
For what it is, it’s great
Let’s say you need to drill some holes in concrete, maybe necessitating having access to a hammer drill for several days on different occasions and you don’t want to hassle or pay the price to rent one. This is a great item. It ain’t heavy industrial vintage, but it gets the job done for what it would cost to rent one.