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Model # 5380-21

Internet # 100609494

Store SKU # 889507

1/2 in. Heavy-Duty Hammer Drill

This item has been discontinued.
The Home Depot no longer carries this specific product.

$159.00 /each
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PRODUCT OVERVIEW

Model # 5380-21

Internet # 100609494

Store SKU # 889507

The Milwaukee Heavy-Duty Hammer Drill has a powerful 9 amp motor that features dual, no-load speed ranges of 0-1500 and 0-3500 RPM for better operator control regardless of the materials or accessories. There’s a percussion drilling mode for masonry and rotary drilling mode that accommodates a variety of bits for holes in wood, metal and plastic. Its high speeds and compact size make it ideal for setting fasteners in concrete and drilling small holes for anchors.

  • Includes one 5376-20 1/2 in. hammer drill, one carrying case, one chuck key and one side handle
  • No-load 0-24,000 and 0-56,000 BPM
  • 2-speed gear box to select the correct drilling speed for the material and accessory on which you're working
  • 360-degree locking side handle with depth gauge for maximum maneuverability and control
  • Lightweight design for easy handling
  • Ergonomic soft-grip handle for comfortable operation
  • Self-stopping brushes for protecting the motor and increasing the life of the tool
  • Anti-Vibration System for maximum comfort
  • 8 ft. cord for plenty of slack while working
  • Heavy duty metal gear case and ball and roller bearing construction that make it tough enough to handle the most grueling job site applications
  • 5-year limited manufacturer warranty
  • Home Depot Protection Plan:

    Home Depot Protection Plan

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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Maximum hole diameter (in.) 
0.75 
Product Depth (in.) 
14 in 
Product Height (in.) 
7 in 
Product Width (in.) 
3 in 
Details
Amperage (amps) 
Blows per Minute 
56000 
Chuck Size 
1/2 In. 
Chuck Type 
Keyed 
Clamshell/Jam pot 
Jam pot 
Color Family 
Red 
Cord Length (ft.) 
12 
Corded Tool Type 
Hammer Drill 
Cordless/Corded 
Corded 
Drill/ Driver Type 
Hammer Drill/ Driver 
Forward/reverse switch 
Forward switch and reverse switch 
Maximum Speed (rpm) 
3500 
Power Tool Product Type 
Corded 
Product Weight (lb.) 
7.3 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,CSA Listed,ETL Listed 
Manufacturer Warranty 
5 Year Limited Tool Warranty 

CUSTOMER REVIEWS

Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 34 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by hammer drill purchase It's a good hammer drill. exactly what I expected.. June 16, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Drill Died after 10 holes. Bit stuck in concrete waiting for rescue by better tool. Drilled about 10 holes in concrete with 1/2 bit. The 10th hole now has my drill bit lodge because the drill died. I let it sit for an hour in case it was overheated but it is gone for sure. I just returned unit for another but after reading these reviews I am going back for another Model/Manufacturer. This is my first Milwaulkee tool and I am dissapointed. Home Depot was great and exchanged right away no hassle. December 16, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Don't drill concrete without it. I had to drill into some very old highly cured concrete. 18 volt cordless and standard 3/8" corded drill didn't make a dent. It took me less than 15 minutes to drill 20 plus holes. September 27, 2011
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Poor chuck performance The drill could not hold a 3/4" masonry bit in for more than a minute of sustained used. Am returning. March 24, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Very disappointing I bought one of these and when I got it home I found that I couldn’t change the gear box from low to high. I literally didn’t use it once. I brought it back to Home Depot and exchanged it for another one thinking that the bad one that I had was just some kind of fluke. Using the new one that I had just gotten, I started drilling a hole in concrete for an anchor and found myself tightening up the chuck two more times before I got the hole finished. And this was with a bit that had anti-slip tabs on the shank. The same thing happened on the next hole, and the third hole. The chuck refused to hold the bit tight. After finishing the third hole, I then found that I was not able to change the gear box again just like the first unit that I had. So I returned it to Home Depot also. I certainly didn’t try another Milwaukee. I have very little experience with Milwaukee. I thought they were supposed to have such a good reputation. Apparently I was wrong as these are made in China and the quality shows it. I doubt that I’ll be buying any more Milwaukee products. August 9, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Worst Hammer Drill on the Market I am on my second hammer drill. The first one would not change gears after 2 uses and now the second one has burnt up after drilling 4 holes in 3/16" thick metal with a 1/4" bit. Very disappointed with Milwaukee. March 2, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Chuck does not run true The chuck on this drill does not run true so the whole drill shakes when drilling. It works well as a hammer drill, but for using regular drill bits, it is impossible to get an accurate hole due to the wobbling drill bit. Drill bit flutes dig into the sides of a deep hole in metal due to the bit not running straight in the hole. April 21, 2011
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by A disappointment I bought this beautiful machine on the 14 of December 2012. I drilled 40 holes in soft steel of 3/8" diameter and 1/8" deep, using metal drills. Next, I did 19 holes in concrete of, at first 1/4", and after, 5/16" diameter using at this time concrete drills. All of this concrete holes were 1" 5/16 deep using the hammer position on the machine, and were done in my basement walls without any problem and using the high speed as recommended by the manual. On the 20th concrete hole, the problem started and, till the hole number 40, got worse and worse, even using the lower speed. The chuck was getting unlock by itself before the deepness of each hole was reached, and drill was erratic due to this. No matter how tight I could lock it. Note that I used a DeWalt concrete drill with triangular shape for better resistance to vibration. The poor quality of the chuck or its mechanism, was unable to stand the vibration of working with the hammer in concrete. Each hole after the 19th forced me to lock the chuck more than once. Another interesting point is the fact that the manual tells you that if you want to work with the hammer or the rotary, one should "move the switch" towards the respective symbol (therefore you cover it). Well, I found that it is exactly the reverse; you uncover it, you expose that symbol! Too bad, it is a beautiful powerful machine, but its chuck quality is less than desirable. Too bad too that has an American name. It should be Chinese... I returned the driller to the store on December 19. December 20, 2012
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