Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 94
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by ElectricianGuy Good but be careful
It works good for small stuff. I have owned this hammer drill for about 100 days. It's primarily used for small 1/4" holes to set vinyl anchors. The one time I used it to make 14 holes, 3/4" size and it broke. The drill bit got hot. carried that heat down to the chuck and not sure what happened but a piece of the chuck fell off and it doesn't hold the drill bit anymore. Doing 14 3/4 size holes is getting into the heavy duty range but I don't expect the drill fall apart. Fix this drill so it can handle the heat and it could be a nice drill.
October 22, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Jay Poor. Died
Worked decent for first holes few holes in concrete but it got really hot.After hours of cooling, I tried to drill some holes in rock, motor smoked & drill won't work anymore. Made it through 2 battery charges only.Maybe I got a bad unit. Either way, I need drill rock so I will taking this back.
September 8, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Handyman Excellent Drill
Bought this drill because I wanted to complete my Ryobi kit. Used it for the first time and it did a fantastic job. Drilled 4, 5/16 holes in brick to mount a crawl space fan. 3 of the holes where right on the edge of the brick and it still drilled them with out busting out the side of the brick. The hammer action is just enough to do the job but not so aggressive to cause issues.
August 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by RJB Works as described.
I work in light construction and use this to drill mostly concrete anchors, works great.
I do occasionally have to drill 9'+( I use a 12' 1/16 bit then a 12' 3/8 bit to save on wear and tear and battery ) for wires to cameras and other devices, works OK when drilling that much at one time.
I do recommend that you use the 4ah batteries just so you dont have to swap out batteries nearly as often.
Its not made to drill 9' of concrete but will do if you are not to hard on it. IF you use if for bigger holes, it will melt the batteries because its using so much power to ge ti t done. A larger SDS is better for coring but then a Hilti is 600 bucks plus!
April 7, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Propoxy great for the price
Great price for an SDS drill. I did buy the Makita 18 volt SDS drill. The Makita has chipping feature which the Ryobi does not have. However, the price difference is less than half and Ryobi batteries are much less expensive. So, for the price and good drilling action this was a winner.
May 7, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Magic Great product
Everything was very user friendly and have not had any issues with durability
May 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Griffinflooring Does what I expected from it
For a battery powered SDS, it performs well. From my 5/32 to 1/2" holes, it drills into the floor very well. Don't push hard, just hard enough to let the hammer action do its job. Use the 4mah batteries, though!
February 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by JoeElectrician Joe electrician
Had mine almost 5 years in an industrial plant. Very handy when you only have 20 or 30 holes to drill. Especially in a lift where you don't have to worry about running over extension cords.I have drilled 1-1/2 diameter 8" deep core holes thru cinder block slugged solid with mortar, took a few minutes and used half a battery. Do recommend the 4ah battery it is a power hog. It does struggle with hardend concrete such as floor and precast 1/2" diameter is the largest I recommend for that, just doesn't hit as hard as a hilti. After two years it started acting up so I took it apart and cleaned it and adjusted the brushes in the motor. I do reccomend greasing it yearly. Has earned its place in my tool box. I still have a spot open for a one+ band saw if they ever get around to it.
December 20, 2015