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Customer Review -Rotary Hammer drill (MADE IN WORX WORKSHOP)

Customer Review -Rotary Hammer drill (MADE IN WORX WORKSHOP)

  • Monday, 13 September 2021
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 If you need a rotary hammer drill but you don't want to rent and you don't want to mortage your house for a Bosch or Makita pro model, this is your ticket--especially since you can own this hammer drill for about the price of two days of rental.
There is nothing fancy about this rotary hammer drill. It lacks reverse and variable speed control. But it works! It does the basics. It drills and it hammers. If you;'ve used a simple hammer drill for making holes in concrete, you know the basics of a hammer drill: in a regular hammer drill two ridged disks rotate against each other, creating a slight up and down movement on the bit--and that's enough to drill in most masonry with a masonry bit, though it may not be enough to do multiple holes in old concrete.

A rotary hammer drill has a much more powerful hammer action. Driven by a piston that slams air into the drive assembly that holds the bit--or chisel--a rotary hammer is much better for repetitive drilling and (with a chisel instead of a bit in its chuck) for breaking up concrete.

Rotary hammers usually use an SDS chuck, and that's what this hammer comes with. This hammer also comes with three drill bits and two chisels. I haven't used them, so I can't say how well they're made--and honestly, I don't expect much of them--but their very presence is kind of astounding because bits alone can run $15-30 each.

I'm thrilled to have this. I've rented rotary hammers and jackhammers before, and for small jobs I'll now be able to pull out my own rotary hammer.

There are several great reviews on this page by people explaining this hammer further. Just be aware that you must use lubricant when you are hammering. Shell Rotella 40 lubricant is what it calls for. However, if you're only using this tool occasionally, you may never need to buy lubricant beyond the lubricant that is pre-packed in the drill and the tube of lubricant supplied with the drill. The manual says this drill can go twenty days at four hours of use a day before the lubricant will run dry. Still, check your reservoir every time you use it.

This is a useful tool at a supremely useful price.

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Thanks for the review from Nebti14.: (original link here https://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-reviews/R1BOIMTDQBX2HD/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B0939ZN9QH)

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