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ONE+ 18V Cordless 1/2 in. SDS-Plus Rotary Hammer Kit with (1) 4.0 Ah Battery and Charger

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  • 5000 BPM to hammer through the toughest materials
  • Includes: (1) 4.0 Ah Battery and 18V Lithium-Ion Charger
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RYOBI introduces the 18V ONE+ Cordless 1/2 in. SDS-Plus Rotary Hammer Kit with (1) 4.0 Ah Battery and Charger. The ONE+ SDS-Plus Rotary Hammer Drill is compact and powerful, and it produces up to 5,000 BPM 1,300 rotations per minute allowing you to use this tool for a variety of heavy-duty applications. This tool features a 3-mode selector includes rotary hammer, rotational drilling and chisel only mode. The 4.0 Ah Battery features lithium-ion cells for longer overall life. The 18V Charger is compatible with all ONE+ Lithium-Ion Batteries. Best of all, it is a part of the RYOBI ONE+ System of over 225 Cordless Tools that all work on the same battery platform. Backed by the RYOBI 3-Year Manufacturer's Warranty, this 1/2 in. SDS-Plus Rotary Hammer Drill Kit includes a 4.0 Ah battery, an 18V charger, and operator's manuals.
  • Cordless 1/2 in. SDS-Plus Rotary Hammer Drill: 3-Mode Selector for rotary hammer, rotational drilling, and chisel only mode
  • Cordless 1/2 in. SDS-Plus Rotary Hammer Drill: SDS-Plus chuck for quick, secure, tool-free bit changes
  • Cordless 1/2 in. SDS-Plus Rotary Hammer Drill: LED light increases work area visibility
  • Cordless 1/2 in. SDS-Plus Rotary Hammer Drill: Powerful, compact design produces up to 5,000 BPM to hammer through the toughest materials
  • Cordless 1/2 in. SDS-Plus Rotary Hammer Drill: Innovative chisel adjust mode to maneuver the bit to the optimum position
  • Cordless 1/2 in. SDS-Plus Rotary Hammer Drill: Variable speed trigger to perform a variety of applications
  • Cordless 1/2 in. SDS-Plus Rotary Hammer Drill: Improved GRIPZONE overmold for optimum grip and user comfort
  • 4.0 Ah Battery: Fuel gauge indicator for user convenience
  • Charger: Compatible with all RYOBI ONE+ 18V Lithium-Ion Batteries
  • Part of the RYOBI 18V ONE+ System of over 225 Cordless Tools
  • 3-year manufacturer's warranty
  • Includes: (1) P222 18V ONE+ 1/2 in. SDS-Plus Rotary Hammer Drill, (1) PBP005 4.0 Ah Battery, (1) PCG002 18V Lithium-Ion Charger, and operator's manual
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NameONE+ 18V Cordless 1/2 in. Hammer Drill/Driver (Tool Only) with HandleONE+ 18V Cordless 1/2 in. SDS-Plus Rotary Hammer Kit with (1) 4.0 Ah Battery and ChargerONE+ 18V Cordless 1/2 in. SDS-Plus Rotary Hammer Drill with 2.0 Ah Battery and ChargerONE+ HP 18V Brushless Cordless 1 in. SDS-Plus Rotary Hammer Drill (Tool Only)
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Cordless/ CordedCordlessCordlessCordlessCordless
Voltage (volts)18 V18 V18 V18 V
Power Tool FeaturesLED Light,Side Handle,Variable SpeedKeyless Chuck,Variable SpeedKeyless Chuck,Variable SpeedKeyless Chuck,Variable Speed
Chuck TypeKeylessSDS-PlusSDS-PlusSDS-Plus
Chuck Size1/2 In.1/2 In.1/2 In.1 In.
Motor TypeBrushedBrushedBrushedBrushless
Battery Amp HoursNo Battery4 Ah2 AhNo Battery
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
11.81 in
Product Height (in.)
7.68 in
Product Width (in.)
3.39 in

Details

Battery Amp Hours
4 Ah
Battery Power Type
Lithium Ion
Battery Size
18-volt
Battery/Charger
1 Battery & Charger Included
Battery/Charger
(1) 4 Ah Battery & Charger Included
Blows per Minute (BPM)
5000
Charger Included
Charger Included
Chuck Size
1/2 In.
Chuck Type
SDS-Plus
Color Family
Green
Condition
New
Cordless Tool Type
Hammer Drill
Cordless/ Corded
Cordless
Drill/ Driver Type
Hammer Drill/ Driver
Included
No Additional Items Included
Maximum Speed (RPM)
1300 RPM
Motor Type
Brushed
Number of Total Batteries Included
1
Power Tool Features
Keyless Chuck,Variable Speed
Product Weight (lb.)
3.65 lb
Returnable
90-Day
Tools Product Type
Power Tool
Voltage (volts)
18 V

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Certifications and Listings
UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
3 Year Manufacturer's Warranty

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Great drill.
Quality hammer drill. Was surprised at how good a job this tool did getting through some hard concrete.
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Typical SDS Plus power, one inch bit capacity, and no extension cords!
The P223 Rotary Hammer earns a place in my tractor toolbox because I don't have to haul out, and put away, hundreds of feet of extension cords when I need to work out past the old corn patch. The Ryobi One+ SDS Plus Brushless HP Rotary Hammer is rated for one inch bits and 2.1 joules or just over 1.5 ft lb impact energy. It is a big step up from the P222 brush model that was rated for 1/2 inch bits. The hammer includes a vibration reducer, adjustable depth rod and support handle, variable speed, work light, forward/lock/reverse, and modes for hammer, chisel adjust, hammer drill, and drill only. You will need to buy an SDS Plus adapter chuck to use regular drills in drill only mode. I drilled 12 inches in limestone on a single 3Ah battery.
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Work Untethered -- no heavy-gauge extension cord needed
This Hammer Drill uses SDS Plus bits. It will not accept the bigger SDS Max bits. There are aftermarket Drill Adapters that allow you to use normal drill bits. However, this drill is a lot larger than your typical drill/driver and a bit heavier, too. I would recommend using a regular drill for smaller holes and reserving this one for large holes and SDS Max bits. A couple years ago, I rented a Hammer Drill for holes needed to bolt my new mailbox to the sidewalk. I had tried using the hammer rill setting on my wireless drill/driver, but after about a half hour of work, I had one worn out bit and a ⅜” deep hole. Then I rented a hammer drill that used an SDS plus bit and completed all 4 5” deep holes in about 2 minutes. [I still had to pay for the minimum 4 hours rental, though.] I plan to use this new Hammer Drill to turn a 19-inch, granite boulder I dug up in my backyard into a water fountain. However, I need to purchase a larger, longer drill bit for that. Before spending the money to order the new bit, I used my old, 6”x ¼” bit to test this hammer drill on scrap chunks of concrete, paver and granite. It drilled through all the scraps very easily in less than 10 seconds each. The concrete was my first test, and it broke into pieces because it was not supported well. I was more careful when positioning the paver and the chunk of granite stone. Drilling any of these materials with this hammer drill is amazingly easy (see photos). I was happy to see that this drill incorporates a handle design to reduce vibration. However, it has been over a year since I used that rented hammer drill so I cannot make a direct comparison. I can say that for ¼” diameter holes so far so vibration is not a problem. With a small spade bit, in the hammer mode, this tool should also make planting shrubs a lot easier. I live in North San Diego County where the soil is mostly decomposing granite with some clay patches. It is difficult to dig a hole more than 2 or 3 inches deep, but even a demolition hammer will vibrate the granite enough to turn it into small granules like very, very coarse sand. It drains fast, but as long as you choose appropriate plant species, they will thrive. I planted over 100 trees and shrubs from #5 & #15 pots using a corded Demolition Hammer with a generator or a very long, heavy gauge extension cord. I am hoping to use this cordless solution as I add smaller flowers and shrubs from 1- & 2- gallon pots. The controls on this Hammer Drill are very simple: |Turn the auxiliary handle counterclockwise to loosen it so you can rotate it up until it is perpendicular to the main handle. Then turn it clockwise to snug it in place. This handle also holds the depth gauge. |The depth gauge is easy to adjust by pressing the lever on the clamp. The serrated edges that help keep it locked in place make it jerk a bit as it slides through, though. |Use the large dial to select drill, hammer drill, or hammer only. |The instructions suggest that you remove the battery before inserting or removing your SDS Plus bit. |Pull down on the chuck to insert the bit. After rubbing a little grease on the end, of course. |The lever above the handle has 3 positions: clockwise, lock and counterclockwise (see photos). The instructions recommend placing it in the LOCK position before snapping in a battery pack. |The trigger controls the drilling speed |The LED light comes on when you press on the trigger. After you release the trigger it will slowly fade and go out. |You shouldn’t need to lean heavily on this tool. Its hammer action helps the drill drive the bit through masonry. The instructions mention that putting too much pressure on the drill will place an unnecessary load on the motor. The LED will flash 6 times if you are using excessive force. |The LED will flash 9 times if the drill gets too hot. |The LED will flash 3 times if the battery is low. I ordered this Hammer Drill as “Tool Only” because I already have a couple ONE+ chargers and several batteries. Ryobi makes compatible, lightweight, compact ONE+ batteries in 1.5Ah, 2Ah or 4Ah sizes and high power ONE+ HP batteries in 2Ah, 3Ah, 4Ah, 6Ah or 9Ah sizes. I also have a Ryobi ONE+ HP drill/driver that came as part of a kit including a storage bag. I was considering purchasing the same bag for the hammer drill, but it needs something larger. Even with the battery removed, it is 4” x 12” x 8.5”. With a small 1.5Ah battery, this hammer drill weighs 6 pound 12 ounces. On the back of the handle, way down near the battery, there is a place to fasten a strap or lanyard. This might be useful if you want to lock up a shared Hammer Drill. Ryobi also sells a thick, strong lanyard/wrist strap that can be used to hang the driver or even heavier One+ tools from a hook on the wall. It is a plastic assembly that clamps on like a very thin battery and has a flat lanyard or wrist strap with a snap lead rope clip at the end (like on a large dog’s leash).
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Very well laid out drill motor
The Ryobi 18 volt brushless hammer drill will satisfy your needs for any project, It is very powerful and you can select whether you want to drill, hammer or combined hammer drill. The new SDS chucks give you extra strength for the hammer operation and the squeeze and release chucks let you take out a hot drill bit without getting burned. The drill motor is very light and compact for the power it can put out so this is the one to go to far any size job. The depth stop rod is standard with this drill so I can preset the depth I want to drill to and not worry about breaking through any project I am working on and the drill comes with an auxiliary handle also comes with it and it can be adjusted to any position you need to keep control of the drill motor.
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So much more than a standard hammer drill
If you think rotary hammer drills are just more expensive regular hammer drills you are very mistaken and will never go back after having one. Think of them not as hammer drills but as handheld jackhammers than also drill. They pack a power and utility that a standard hammer drill will never have. I have used things such as a Bosch bulldog sds rotary hammer before for demo work removing tile with a scaling bit. It made the process so much easier than doing so by hand. In getting this puppy the first thing is that it is way smaller than old school SDS drills and pretty ergonomic. The anti-vibe handle actually makes a difference unlike on the Ryobi reciprocating saw. Another point of notice is the power. It sinks 3/16 seven inch long masonry bits in seconds. My standard drill takes so much longer. When testing out the hammer mode, my tile and scaling bit was able to cut bricks in half quickly and comfortably. I haven't gotten a chance to remove thin-set yet but I have no doubt it would work great. The only things that stand out as small issues is it's crazy battery consumption which is obvious given it's power. The other is the lack of a pointer or easily visible indicator on the mode select. Putting a spade or scaling bit in and activating the trigger only to find you are actually in drill mode is annoying. All in all these are super handy to have if you can afford them and pack a power your regular cordless drill will never have.
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An upgrade
The Ryobi 1” SDS hammer drill is so much better than my older hammer drill. I am impressed with how well it works. It seems to hit harder and faster. The hammering action sinks a drill bit in with ease. This drill has 3 modes including, drill, hammer drill and chipping. Included is a handle and a depth gage stop. Both are easy to adjust and use. I like the new brushless HP line. They run stronger and longer.
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used twice had for two days and had grease leaking from it and filled the light so took it back a...
used twice had for two days and had grease leaking from it and filled the light so took it back and brought a different one
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Great little hammer drill. I was skeptical , but I've been buying ryobi tools so why not. Used i...
Great little hammer drill. I was skeptical , but I've been buying ryobi tools so why not. Used it to peel up tile in my basement, and I was not disappointed. As expected, batteries don't last all that long, but it did a lot of chiseling before it it needed a battery swap. Overall very happy with it.
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ryobi P223
Can't say anything bad about it. I used it for removing 200sq of tile. it ran like a champ. It was used none stop. it never overheated. I did go through 3 9ah and one 6ah battery. made the job easy.
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    2 people found this helpful
    RYOBI ONE+ 18-Volt Brushless Cordless 1 in. Rotary Hammer Drill I must say this is a long needed...
    RYOBI ONE+ 18-Volt Brushless Cordless 1 in. Rotary Hammer Drill I must say this is a long needed to Ryobi One+ tool line-up. Both the average DIY & Home Handiyman users will find this a more than useful tool to add to their tool box. The SDS Plus system uses the old SDS tools and the current SDS Plus bits and drills. If you are working with Concrete, Block, Bricks or even Rocks the hammer drill is the only way to cut a hole both cleanly and quickly. The hammer action alone will both mark or split blocks and bricks cleanly with just a little practice. If you need to install anchors in concrete footings, floors or walls no other tool with speed up your work faster than a properly used SDS Plus hammer/drill. The only reason it received four stars is there are much heavier duty SDS tools available, but not as easily used by DIY'ers as this one.
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    seems to be well built tool. weighs about 5.4 pounds without the battery. It is heavy but compare...
    seems to be well built tool. weighs about 5.4 pounds without the battery. It is heavy but compared to regular hammer drill weight is similar. It does make noise but they warn you in instructions. Big difference in drilling poured concrete with regular drill and this hammer drill. Hammer drill went into poured concrete wall like it was pine board. (see video). easy placement of switches and being variable speed helps staying on starting point. Letting the drill do the works best way rather then pressing hard. I did purchase the Bosch drill bit accessory HD sells (NOT included) Must get the SDS one not the regular one, and used it to drill thru 6x6 timber while rebuilding a deck. Using a speed bit bit just had to back out a couple times to clear cutting and went right thru it. It
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    Rotary hammer drills are expensive. Look at other brands, you will typically spend more than $300...
    Rotary hammer drills are expensive. Look at other brands, you will typically spend more than $300 to get a brushless version, not including the batteries of course. Ryobi offers its brushless rotary hammer drill at a very reasonable price. Let’s talk about the build quality. The thing is wrapped with sturdy plastic and rubber. But they don’t feel thin. On the contrary, they feel very solid and should last under regular usages for DIYers. I would guess pro users would rethink about that as they would use rotary hammer drill in very harsh job sites. Talking about the weight, it is not on the heavy side as you would find among other brands (again, I think this is because the outer case is mostly plastic). What I don’t like about is that the hand could be made better. It is made of hard plastic instead of rubber. A rubber handle can help absorbing vibration. I have not got a chance to drill, but it will be used on a small project where I will use it to remove some cracked concrete block and put in a new one. I recommend this project for home DIYers especially if they have already bought into the Ryobi system.
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    Straight out of the box, you can tell that this Rotary Hammer Drill is Hefty and probably has som...
    Straight out of the box, you can tell that this Rotary Hammer Drill is Hefty and probably has some power. If this is your first Roto-Hammer or your not familiar with using one, the you should probably do a brief glance over the instructions and a quick inspection to make sure all is there that is suppose to be there. Use any of the 18 Volt Ryobi batteries that you already have and add a bit or two. I used a 1/4" x 6" and a 1/2" x 12" to set some anchors. I can honestly say that I have used electric hammer drills that didn't drill any faster and some not as fast as this one did. Granted, new drill and new bits, so only time will tell how well this holds up and how long or how many holes you might get out of 1 battery charge. If you have dozens of holes to drill in a short time, it would pay to have several batteries on charged and on standby. Very satisfied with it's performance for my needs and would recommend to anyone needing to drill or chisel some concrete.
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    The RYOBI 18V ONE+, Brushless, 1 in. SDS-Plus Rotary Hammer/Drill is a powerful tool. The brushle...
    The RYOBI 18V ONE+, Brushless, 1 in. SDS-Plus Rotary Hammer/Drill is a powerful tool. The brushless motor provides up to 2.1 Joules impact energy. On my first project, placing an anchor into a large granite boulder to connect an angled tensioning cable to plum my gate post the drill bit just walked through the boulder like a knife through butter (see pictures). While drilling the hole I didn’t feel any vibration due to the anti-vibration handle. The rotary hammer comes with a handy depth gauge stop so it is possible to drill to the proper depth on every hole (see pictures). A LED light is provided on the front of the hammer/drill for low light situations. The rotary hammer/drill has 3 modes, drilling, hammer drilling and plain hammer (no rotation) made for a chisel bit. The chuck on the drill requires that the drill bits have a “SDS Plus” shank. It is possible to purchase a ½ inch, 3 jaw, keyless adapter chuck with an SDS-Plus shank. The hammer/drill is also variable speed. The hammer/drill is “tool only” but I already have a charger and batteries from my other Ryobi tools. A battery and charger can be purchased separately at Home Depot. The Ryobi Hammer/Drill comes with a 3-year manufactures warranty. This tool fills a void for me. I now have a large powerful cordless drill I can use outdoors or indoors and I can be totally power cord free. I like it !
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    Has a very heavy duty feel and performance, especially for a battery powered tool. Its performan...
    Has a very heavy duty feel and performance, especially for a battery powered tool. Its performance equals a large wired tool I have used in the past. Note that this is "tool only", it does require a battery and I recommend using one of the larger Ryobi One+ batteries for longest use. The chuck is a SDS-plus, which is quite common, and you must use compatible bits. Bits are easy to load and lock into place (use a bit of oil to make it super easy). Extra features are a plus, depth gauge - which is super easy to use, and LED light onboard comes on automatically. It also comes with a handle, which can be removed if desired, but I strongly recommend using especially when set for any of the hammer functions. The unit can also be used as a standard, variable speed reversible drill with SDS+ bits, or you can get an optional adapter (not included) so you can use standard bits for routine drilling functions. Performance is outstanding, really is surprising for a battery unit, I imagine the brushless motor has a lot do with that as they generally produce much more power than the old brush motors.
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    With this acquisition I am now into my third Ryobi One+ tool. I guess I have joined their eco sys...
    With this acquisition I am now into my third Ryobi One+ tool. I guess I have joined their eco system. As this is a "Tool Only" rotary hammer drill, meaning you get the tool only without battery or battery charger you need to have at least one other Ryobi One+ with battery and charger. My Ryobi mower came with two batteries which of course fit this tool. Opening the box reveals the SDS rotary hammer, an auxiliary handle and the owner's manual. From chuck to rear handle is just over 12", about 7" tall and 3" at it widest. The aux handle is already attached for left hand use, but can easily be switched to the right side. Attached to this aux handle is the metal depth stop rod which can quickly be adjusted or removed with the one press release lever. This SDS Plus features a forward, reserve and lock switch for the variable speed trigger. Activating the trigger will power a bright LED lamp that will cycle off 10 seconds after trigger release. Electric brakes provide a smooth but not instant stop. A tether can be attached to the back heel of the handle. Any Ryobi 18 volt One+ battery will attach and lock below the handle. The handle has a wrap around modeled grip which mitigates some vibration. Additional gripping material partially encases the brushless motor housing. I noticed the top of the handle is not directly attached to the gear housing. It can flex a bit reducing the amount of vibrations into the handle.The four position mode control requires unlocking before you can switch to a different mode. Confirmation of the new mode is through audio click and a solid feeling stop. With the dial in the horizontal position it can be hard to tell which mode it is in as it seems to point to both hammer and drill. This can easy be fixed by applying a dab of paint to the correct pointer. The four modes include drilling, hammer drilling, chisel, and hammer. Due to the 1" SDS-Plus chuck you will need to buy SDS-Plus bits. With SDS-Plus bits you insert them into the chuck and they lock in. To release you pull back on the chuck. If you want to use non-SDS-Plus drilll bits, you'll need to buy a chuck adapter. I find that even without a battery and the motor below the gearing the unit is heavy with most of the weight in front. Adding a 4 Ah battery helps with the weight distribution but it still front heavy. Using the aux handle will help with balancing it out as the motor tends to stabilize lateral movements. Things I really like about this unit include lack of strong vibration, due in part to dampening material and motor placement. The simple to use locking rotary mode switch, along with the built in depth control rod and the switchable aux handle. The only two things I did not like was lack of visual marking on the rotary mode switch and the lack of a non SDS chuck adapter.
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    I thought my corded hammer drill, was okay, but this Ryobi is so much better. The heavy weight wo...
    I thought my corded hammer drill, was okay, but this Ryobi is so much better. The heavy weight works for a hammer drill (about 5 lbs), and between that and a well designed grip system makes it work harder with less vibration to stay on spot. Pretty bright LED light focuses on drill area and an adjustable depth rod works without getting in the way. Very well designed tool.
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    This 18volt Rotary Hammer has a lot of power. I've used the corded Rotary Hammers (small & large...
    This 18volt Rotary Hammer has a lot of power. I've used the corded Rotary Hammers (small & large) in the past and wondered if this tool had what it took. 1st impressions is I won't have to worry about the power of this cordless..I'm building a small garage and wanted this tool to set my wedge anchors. The 1in size gives me the capacity to use with bigger projects in the future. The torque on this tool is similar to the corded tools with the same capacity. The 18v system allows me to use my existing batteries in this tool. I tried the tool in all three capacities (chisel, Rotary Hammer, Drill) and the selector moved easily between the settings with a twist of the knob. I'm impressed with the compact build of this hammer. I've used others that were long and it made the drill bit want to fall forward. This one has great balance and weight. It rests easy on the hand and forearm when holding it straight. The added light helps in those dark corners of the building.
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    Love my Ryobi Hammer Drill, very easy to use and handle. I use a 4,0AH battery in it and it lasts...
    Love my Ryobi Hammer Drill, very easy to use and handle. I use a 4,0AH battery in it and it lasts quite awhile. Have been using it to drill into stones so I can split the rocks to move them. The hammer Drill uses SDS hammer drill bits that lock in place. They do have an accessory chuck that allows you to use any drill bit. I use the 5 pack SDS drill bits from 1/2" to 3/16" they work very well for me.
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    This drill was awesome to use for sds bits. Ive used to to knock a hole through my brick exterior...
    This drill was awesome to use for sds bits. Ive used to to knock a hole through my brick exterior for microwave vent install (no cord makes it so much easier). It takes allot of power, but it does a lot work considering. For the DIY project it is great, but I would used a corded hammer drill for extended use in a professional setting. I've also used it for achor bolts for my deck. These drill had no issues, besides getting hot for extended use.
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      Works great and made easy work of drilling in granite
      Works great and made easy work of drilling in granite
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      Made my life alot easier
      Made my life alot easier
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      Works for me, does the job.
      Works for me, does the job.
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      Ordered this for the emergancy moments on the job when we need to drill onr or 2 holes to anchor ...
      Ordered this for the emergancy moments on the job when we need to drill onr or 2 holes to anchor and island or reception desk on a job that has no power. Beats runnin 300 ft of extension cord for 2 holes. When i recieved the this product I actually laughed at the size and had very little expectations but i have drilled many holes with it now... some through 2x4s and then into concrete with no problems and have drilled a few 3/4" holes with no struggle... hands down well worth the money.
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      Awesome Rotary hammer drill for the price!
      Awesome Rotary hammer drill for the price!
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        So I was building a man closet with over 100' of heavy duty shelving for tools and supplies, anch...
        So I was building a man closet with over 100' of heavy duty shelving for tools and supplies, anchored in concrete basement walls. I was burning up carbide drill bits by the score and shaking my 1/2 drills to dust along with my shoulders. Looking ahead I saw that I had more than 50 additional holes to drill in concrete for the sleeved anchors to hold the shelving, and then many more to frame out the rest of my basement, the finish of which is my next project. I decided to bite the bullet and get a true, honest-to-goodness hammer drill, in spite of the fact that several of my drills claimed to double as drills for concrete. Instead of 5-10 minutes per hole (and 1 drill bit destroyed for every 2-3 holes) it now took less than 30 seconds per hole (3/8" x 2" deep in 20-yr-old concrete) and I never burned up another single drill bit while finishing the project! The savings in bits and time have already paid me back for the cost of this drill on the first project. And if you're wondering if a battery-powered drill is heavy duty enough to drill concrete efficiently ... wonder no more. I only recharged the battery one time and am still using the bit I started with after buying this hammer drill. What a difference having the right tool can make. (Of course I knew that, but I evidently have to be reminded once in a while.) My other battery-powered drills will drive screws right through 2x4's in no time. But, like my heavy ½” electric drills, they aren't really made to drill concrete except in an occasional pinch. Lesson learned. Again. And now I have a great storage room for all my tools, including 12 new Ryobi tools purchased this year. Oops. Make that 13. I missed the hammer drill because it’s still in use daily, as I’m now framing my basement walls and fastening them to concrete with 3/8” x 3” sleeve anchors. I have that process down to about 45 seconds each, from start to finish. Hey, I’m good, but I’ll gladly give all the credit for that one to Ryobi and my hammer drill. Color me impressed.
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        Great for tile work. Has a tougher time with slab but it's an 18 volt.... Greatt tool for the mon...
        Great for tile work. Has a tougher time with slab but it's an 18 volt.... Greatt tool for the money and used right.
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        Great drilling power...
        Great drilling power
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        Lightweight plenty of power using to take up tile flooring and working great
        Lightweight plenty of power using to take up tile flooring and working great
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        overheats
        I've used this tool for 40 hours in total. After 30 hours of use, the chipping setting wouldn't lock. I also noticed that battery life (ryobi 4ah) had gotten really poor. While using hammer drill function it started smoking - it is done.
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