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The small hammer drill
Deceptive because of it's size and price. This hammer drill does the job. It is light enough to use on a wall and still powerful. Highly recommended. The first one I bought failed and was promply replaced by Northern. Have been using to remove waterline tiles and drilling in concrete for months Not bad for the price.
October 15, 2012
Klutch Rotary Hammer Drill Review
I drilled some holes approximately three inches deep in solid concrete to insert steel. I have also chipped away parts of a wall to reinforce the partition with steel bars.
The tool is working very well to date, and the only drawback. is pausing occasionally to allow it to cool.
October 9, 2012
I own a heating, air and refrigeration contract company. I bought this SDS Plus with the intent of using on a regular basis. I have since bought core bits to go with it. I have used this drill with 2 1/2" core bit on several houses, this drill has never given a minutes problem. This is well worth the cost of it, if they come out with a SDS Max in this drill. I will own it too. All this drill requires is a little grease on drill shaft, that is in the case with it. If you run out you can use Lubri Plate as well. Both work very well.
October 8, 2012
My Klutch Driver
After 30 years my Hilti Roto hammer gave up. The Klutch Driver used the same expensive drill bits that I already had, was as effective and cost far less than fixing the Hilti. I live 45 miles from any big box stores and getting free delivery makes a big difference. I recommend the Klutch drill highly.
October 8, 2012
tried this drill
had this product and it was not what I expected, so I returned it , thought it would be much more commercial then it was
August 13, 2012
I have used other name brand hammers and this one preformed aswell for alot less money
August 13, 2012
As an engineer I'm very critical of tool design. This product is well built and sturdy.
June 10, 2012
Useful and inexpensive roto-hammer
While certainly not in the same class as professional $500-1000 model, for around the home use, this roto-hammer will fit the bill. I have drilled numerous 1/2" and 3/4" holes into 4000 psi concrete with no noticeable difference when compared to a professional Hilti or Bosch model. The main concerns with this unit lie with the case, which is made from plastic so thin you can practically see through, and the chuck seems to have a little wobble to it when drilling. For less than $100, you can't expect perfection in this type of device and the holes it has drilled have been true, regardless of the wobble.
All in all, a very good purchase.
January 12, 2012
Got the older version of this (red colored) that appears to have the same design. Probably the best value in the "rotary hammer" category for homeowner / occasional use. I've used it to cut an 18" x 20' trench in a concrete slab to replace a sewer pipe, to clear away old mortar while re-pointing a rubble foundation, to chip off ice dams, to drill holes for mounting things in concrete. I've easily logged tens of hours on the tool, have had no issues, and it's paid for itself many times over.
January 9, 2012
I bought this hammer drill for one thing only - to break parts of concrete decks or walls for repairs while not breaking the pocket. And for what it is, it works awesome. At first the power rating of the motor seemed a little low, however turned out this is all it needs. We broke parts of 4" pool deck with it and the hammer felt strong all the way, considering its size.
The shape/setup of this unit is exactly what it needs to be for reliable hammer operation, i.e. the motor being set 90 deg to the chisel. Brand names with this setup cost three times more, as you may find out. It comes with 3 rather small concrete drill bits so you are most likely to buy other bits as needed. It also comes with extra pair of brushes for the motor. The plastic caring case needs improvement though.
if you're mainly into the concrete business I suggest looking into bigger hammers as those will do the job faster, but for small to medium repair jobs this hammer drill will do just fine.
November 15, 2011