Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 20
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by joseph Small Mercies
I had bought this small air hammer with out needing it,for the just in case ocassion,several months later i ended with a leaking water pipe wich was buried about 18 inches deep with three different layers of aged concrete,i have 200 dollar range rotary hammer with chipping capabilities but i tell you all this little hammer hits way harder than it,i purchased a quike connector brought out my grinder with a segmented disc,turned on my Huskey 8 gallon compressor and went to work,found my leak and ended cutting a small trench in the concrete for a new water connection for a water hose on the side of the house,this is one very decieving tool it really packs a wallop,will be buying the vibration dampened version of this tool pretty soon,great investment.
August 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Phordphan As with all Husky products the quality was good and performed as expected.
October 29, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by DocB Great start with this tool-- what a little beast!
I can't speak to long-term durability of this tool, but it's already paid for itself. I had a 10-foot-high disused brick chimney in my powder room, which I feared would take days to remove. A friend loaned me his BOSCH rotary hammer, but I'm not strong enough to hold it overhead while balanced atop a ladder.
So I bought this little Husky instead. Hooked up to an antique 30-gallon compressor, I singlehandedly took down the chimney in about two and a half hours. It cuts through mortar like a hot knife through butter. Very little effort required-- it burrows between bricks with almost no pressure.
Wear hearing protection. This thing is *loud*.
February 1, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by ewil99 Great product, Great price
Our home builder used a plastic mailbox, with brick around it. This worked fine until the door broke. Then I learned that the weight of the mortar caused the sides to cave in enough that it couldn't be easily removed. I had to cut and burn the plastic out in order to get to the mortar. This air hammer, along with the Husky 3-piece chisel set, made pretty short work of breaking out the concrete to allow for a new box to be inserted. It packs a wallop for such a small, reasonably priced air tool! Highly recommend!
August 31, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Jimmy Excellent quality for the price!
I shopped for a while before deciding to buy this air hammer. I am very pleased with my purchase. I used it to remove the tile from my kitchen and hall after my old air hammer quit near the beginning of the job. This one worked smoothly and easily finished up the work.
September 20, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by handyguy Zero to Hero
This was the perfect tool for taking the tile off of the bathroom floor. I used a 6 gal Porter Cable pancake compressor with good results.
I dinged a quality point since the first one I got only ran for about ten seconds before it stopped working. I exchanged it for a new one, which provided great performance for the tile job. At less than $25 it is worth very penny.
August 13, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Acm1975 Great for the price
I used this to take up some tile in a few bathrooms and remove some bricks from a patio.
The tools is small and light and provides a good amount of power. It is not a commercial quality tool nor is it designed for large scale commercial jobs.
If you are removing a small section of tiles from floors or walls, this should help.
May 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by whwh Perfect medium-duty hammer
This hammer is true to what you'd expect from a medium-stroke air hammer. The impacts you'll get from this will range from medium-light to medium-heavy. It packs more punch than you would expect from a 25 dollar air chisel, making it near comparable to the long-barrel air hammers, yet you'll get a lot more control out of this. This means when you don't need full force you can lay back on the trigger and work in a lighter range of force.
The build seems solid. The barrel doesn't come loose the way other hammers have done with me. Should last a long time, and if it doesn't the 2-year warranty seems to be assuring.
January 30, 2016