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Ryobi 6.2 Amp 5/8 in. Variable Speed Reversible Hammer Drill
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Ryobi

6.2 Amp 5/8 in. Variable Speed Reversible Hammer Drill

  • Hammer and drill mode for varitey of uses
  • Heavy duty 1/2 in. keyed metal chuck
  • Lock-on button for continuous drilling
$49.97 /each

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Ryobi Hero
Feature 1

Hammer and drill mode for versatile uses

Feature 2

Heavy-duty 1/2 in. keyed metal chuck

Feature 3

Auxiliary handle improves tool handling and balance

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amperage

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6.2 amps

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max speed

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2,700 rpm

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cord length

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6 ft.

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Warranty

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3 year

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This Ryobi 5/8 in. Variable Speed Reversible Hammer Drill features a powerful 6.2 Amp motor to handle a variety of applications. Use the large, top slide button to choose hammer or drill action and the auxiliary handle for improved handling. It has an ergonomically designed handle with GripZone for added comfort on all-day tasks. Enjoy the reliability and endurance of metal gears, ball bearing construction and a heavy duty, 1/2 in. keyed chuck.

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  • Hammer mode for drilling holes in masonry and concrete (5/8 in. concrete capacity)
  • Drill mode for drilling holes in wood, plastic and metal (1/2 in. steel capacity)
  • Heavy duty, keyed chuck for solid bit retention
  • Chuck key storage lanyard reduces the occurrence of lost chuck keys
  • Auxiliary handle improves handling and balance of tool during use
  • Depth stop rod for consistent, accurate holes
  • Variable-speed dial for matching speed to the application
  • Lock-on trigger button for continuous use
  • 6 ft. cord
  • 3-year warranty
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can the handle be removed?

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Tucson, AZ
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August 15, 2016
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yes, it removes easily.
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Yes, easily by turning counter-clockwise.
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December 5, 2015
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yes. depth stop and handle are removable by turning the handle to release from body.
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October 13, 2015
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Yes of course, you can remove the handle. You can also rotate the handle to best suit your needs.
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September 28, 2015
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Hello singleshot, This handle can be removed by taking the screw out at the top of the handle and it slides right off. Thanks for asking.
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Can this drive in screws?

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August 18, 2016
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Hi Bretto. You may use this drill for the following purposes: Drilling in all types of wood products (lumber, plywood, paneling, composition board, and hard board),drilling in ceramics, plastics, fiberglass, and laminates, drilling in metals, driving screws, and hammer drilling in concrete, brick, or other masonry. Thanks for the question.
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August 16, 2016
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Yes. It should have enough torque to do that, but you shouldn't need the hammer function unless you're driving them in brick or masonry. Check to see if it has a selector to work with or without the hammer function. It will be a lot more versatile if it has that feature.
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August 16, 2016
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It functions as a normal drill when not in hammer mode (select via a switch on top).
But personally, I never use an electric drill to drive screws (hammer or conventional) - - it's too easy to strip out the screws. A better choice would be a cordless driver/drill combination.
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August 15, 2016
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This is a hammer drill.
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can I use a 3/8 bit

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I am drilling a 3/8 diameter hole in concrete
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Yes a 3/8 bit will fit.
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April 27, 2016
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Hi Sean. Certainly with the correct shank type!
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Yes, you can use any bit <=5/8 inch. But make sure to set the drill to hammer mode, and use a masonry drill bit.
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A 3/8" drill bit will work in your drill as long as it is a "masonry" bit made for concrete. If you are mounting something on concrete, you need to be sure that you use a correct anchoring method: sleeve anchors, lead anchors etc. You also need to know the weight of the item to be mounted. A 3/8" hole is sort of big, and you have to be sure the anchoring system fits in securely. Mark and drill the hole Read More
A 3/8" drill bit will work in your drill as long as it is a "masonry" bit made for concrete. If you are mounting something on concrete, you need to be sure that you use a correct anchoring method: sleeve anchors, lead anchors etc. You also need to know the weight of the item to be mounted. A 3/8" hole is sort of big, and you have to be sure the anchoring system fits in securely. Mark and drill the hole straight. If it's through concrete block and you go all the way though, a "butterfly anchor" would be a good choice for a tight connection. Just be sure to use a flat washer against the wall and tighten the nut on the fastener completely. If you are drilling into solid concrete or a floor surface a sleeve anchor made of either steel or lead will expand in the hole to give you a great grip. For more "face-to-face" advice, check with an associate in the Hardware Dept. regarding your project and the proper items to do it right. Good luck! Read Less
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Can you use as a chipping hammer to remove mortar?

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I would recommend against it.
This unit is a good choice if you use it only to occasionally drill a small hole in concrete. I haven't had any problems with mine, but my experience with Ryobi tools is they aren't made for any sort of heavy-duty use.
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What sort of mortar? Mortar between bricks or block is probably best removed by a hand chisel to prevent damage to the blocks. Mortar under floor tile(thin set) can be removed with a chipping hammer aka a demolition hammer. Once the tile has been removed, Home Depot Tool Rental has a floor scraper to remove the thin set from the floor. You would use that with a demolition hammer also available at Tool Read More
What sort of mortar? Mortar between bricks or block is probably best removed by a hand chisel to prevent damage to the blocks. Mortar under floor tile(thin set) can be removed with a chipping hammer aka a demolition hammer. Once the tile has been removed, Home Depot Tool Rental has a floor scraper to remove the thin set from the floor. You would use that with a demolition hammer also available at Tool rental. Read Less
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February 9, 2016
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Yes, a chipping hammer can be used to remove mortar.
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February 5, 2016
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Hi Kar. Yes you will be able to! Thanks for your question!
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Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 92 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Concrete country I spend my time between the main land and Puerto Rico out here on the island I would say about 85% of structures are made of cement including all new homes,so having masonary tools is a must I myself own 2 sds+ drills and a newer Ryobi cordless hammerdrill so I wanted that middle of the road hammerdrill with a cord,all I do is DIY and ocassional jobs for the family so this Ryobi corded drill looked fine to me from that point so I bought it and broke it in by running it full speed with out a load for a minute or two to let the brushes set in then I fit in a Dewalt 1/2 carbide bit and tried to drill a couple of holes on a solid slab of concrete and it all went nice and smooth,won't now how long this will last but if you buy cheap bits you will kill this drill sooner than later so if you know you got yourself a good price on the drill don't cheapen out on the bits,use quality bits like the Dewalt set Model # DW5207 also from HD and the drill should perform good and cool also when on hammer mode go full speed if posible to keep the drills fan at high to prevent overheating the drill,I have had good luck with Ryobi tools and this one looks to be a solid good one. October 22, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Not great, not horrible We purchased this drill to make 10 1/8 pilot holes through bricks.. my regular drill was left home and in a pinch I figured why not. Holes one and two were ok, drill ran fine, 3rd hole and things went sideways. Drill started to smoke.. motor was burning out. I would understand if these were deeper holes, wider even but at 1/8, that's just not acceptable. This drill will work in a pinch, out of the box for light duty type stuff. October 18, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Ryobi corded hammer drill Works well as a drill and hammer drill. The dial on the trigger that controls the variable speed is a little tricky because it can move as the trigger is pulled but over all it preforms better than expected October 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I was somewhat hesitant about the purchase at the price but the product has met all expectations. October 27, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Smoking is bad Drilled two 3/16" holes in brick and drove two tapcon screws and the drill started smoking. Returned immediately. October 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Completely Satisfied Did the job I bought it for!!! Great purchase! Only using it occaisionally, not a professional. October 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Hammer Drill Can never go wrong with Ryobi, great drill for the money with a nice warranty. September 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best idea in a while Drilling holes for bolts in Garage to mount air compressor Cordless Drill took 30 minutes per for 2 holes Corded drill 2 last holes 10 Min. for both who like hot knife through butter Very good! October 4, 2016
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