Bosch 1-1/8 in. SDS-Plus Drop Down Rotary Hammer-RH328VC - The Home Depot
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Bosch

Model # RH328VC

Internet # 202204604

Store SKU # 403918

1-1/8 in. SDS-Plus Drop Down Rotary Hammer


Bosch 1-1/8 in. SDS-Plus Drop Down Rotary Hammer
 

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$299.00 / each
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PRODUCT OVERVIEW

Model # RH328VC

Internet # 202204604

Store SKU # 403918

The Bosch 1-1/8 in. SDS-Plus Rotary Hammer combines an 8-Amp motor that produces 2.6 ft. lbs. of impact energy with a 7.7 lbs. frame to offer a power to weight ratio that ensures a powerful performance. This versatile tool offers 3-modes of operation (rotary hammer, hammer only and rotation only) and delivers 4,000 BPM and 900 RPM for fast chiseling and drilling. The rotary hammer's vibration control helps limit vibrations in the hammer mechanism and grip area to offer comfort while you work.

  • Power to weight ratio of an 8-amp motor producing 2.6 ft. lbs. of impact energy in a 7.7 lbs. frame provides a powerful performance
  • 1-1/8 in. chuck size for bit retention
  • Delivers 4,000 BPM and 900 RPM for fast chiseling and drilling
  • Auxiliary handle offers ease of use
  • Multi-function selector provides 3 modes of operation: rotary hammer, hammer only and rotation only for versatility
  • Depth gauge to help provide controlled drilling
  • Vibration control helps limit vibrations in the hammer mechanism and grip area to offer comfort for extended periods of work
  • 8 ft. cord for maneuverability
  • Variable-speed 3-finger trigger offers great control and accurate bit starting
  • Includes SDS-plus rotary hammer (RH328VC), auxiliary handle (2 602 025 112), depth gauge (1 613 001 008) and carrying case (2 605 438 482)

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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Assembled Depth (in.)  19.25 in  Assembled Height (in.)  5.33 in 
Assembled Width (in.)  14.5 in  Maximum hole diameter (in.)  3.125 
Product Depth (in.)  19.25 in  Product Height (in.)  5.33 in 
Product Width (in.)  14.5 in 
Details
Amperage (amps)  Blows per Minute  4000.0 
Chuck Size  1-1/8 In.  Chuck Type  SDS-Plus 
Clamshell/Jam pot  Neither  Color Family  Blue 
Cord Length (ft.)  8.0  Corded Tool Type  Hammer Drill 
Cordless/Corded  Corded  Drill/ Driver Type  Rotary Drill 
Forward/reverse switch  Forward switch and reverse switch  Maximum Speed (rpm)  900 
Power Tool Product Type  Corded  Product Weight (lb.)  13.68 lb 
Reconditioned  No  Returnable  90-Day 
Side Handle Included  Yes  Tools Product Type  Power Tool 
Variable Speed  Yes 
Warranty / Certifications
Certifications and Listings  1-UL Listed  Manufacturer Warranty  1 Year 

CUSTOMER REVIEWS

Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 22 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by THIS DRILL ROCKS! AWESOME! I had never used a real hammer drill before. Not sure why. I wanted to split an overhanging end of a granite step, so I ordered some 1/2" feathers and wedges and borrowed a neighbor's Bosch Bulldog drill. OMG! That was so easy I couldn't believe it. I just had to get one for myself. I didn't do too much research, but I did discover that the "1-1/8" size is the maximum drill bit size that the drill is rated for. I don't know what material they rate that in (concrete?), but it's all relative, so the larger the more powerful the drill is. This drill seemed like a good price point for me and I liked the vertical format over the horizontal of the Bulldog. I've now drilled and split a number of granite blocks, some 10" thick using this drill and a 1/2" carbide bit (Bosch HCFC2081 1/2-Inch by 4-Inch by 6-Inch SDS-plus X5L Drill Bit). I've also drilled and split a number of foundation stones in front of my barn so that I could cozy a large granite landing up to the sill. . Those were difficult to split, but each hole only took about 30 seconds to drill. I bought a longer carbide drill for future rock work. Let me assure you that this drill and a 1/2" carbide bit will drill a four inch hole in a stone or a block of granite in 30 seconds. I drill 18 holes down the middle of a six foot block in a matter of minutes. What's more, there's no need to push on the drill. I just hold it upright and let the weight of the drill and the hammer action do all the work! This means you can work for hours drilling with no fatigue. I also used the chisel action to remove a 100 square foot area of pavement with an asphalt/stone underlayment. For that i used a chisel (Bosch HS1470 SDS Plus Viper Long Life Chisel). I think this was pushing it for the drill. It's not really a jackhammer, of course. I got the job done, but it took quite a while and was a tiring job. The chisel bit sacrificed its life for the job, as well. My neighbor says it should have been easier with a pick, but it's too late for me to know. I don't think you should expect a drill this size to handle hard code chiseling demo work. The SDS PLUS chuck is "ok". It's a bit tricky to get the bit seated, but it's not enough of a problem to influence my recommendation. I didn't realize there's an SDS MAX chuck. Not sure if it's just in more expensive drills, but it might be worth a look for you. I think bit price and availability should play a big role in your decision of chuck, though. July 26, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Fast and Powerfull I have always used the rotary setting on a regular drill or rented a Bosch hammer drill. I have a lot of earthquake tiedowns and mudsill bolts to install soon so I figured I should buy my own hammerdrill. I have only drilled a dozen or so holes with it and it has saved a lot of time and effort and allows for more precise drilling. Should have bought it sooner. December 11, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by great german made rotary drill I once thought a hammer drill was a hammer drill, till I tried to drill through my 11inch thick foundation. You definately need a rotary drill for this application. 35minutes with a noral hammer drill turned into under a minute with this one. Like the hilti i used to use at work, but not the size a jackhammer. Solid product that has exceeded my expectations, for a great price for what you get. September 4, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by never go back to a regular hammer drill I am amazed at how fast you can drill into concrete vs a regular run of the mill hammer drill July 25, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great hammer drill Just finished using this tool for the second time. First time I used it to mount 8" anchors in basement walls for a stair landing platform. Used it two days ago the second time to bust through a block foundation wall for a crawlspace access. Good tool for the money. May 19, 2014
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