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24 in. 2200-Watt Heavy-Duty Electric Jackhammer Demolition Hammer Concrete Breaker Tool Kit

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  • 2200-watt speed motor rotates 1,900 RPM for quick demolition
  • Adjustable 360° foregrip allows for customized positioning
  • Ideal for demolition, trenching, chipping, and more
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This 2200 Watt electric Jackhammer delivers 1800 impacts per minute at 55 ft/lbs which can break up the hardest of surfaces. Since an air compressor is not required, this is one of the most portable jackhammers in the market. Adjustable 360° foregrip provides extra control and comfort during extended use. Our jack hammer is perfect for breaking up concrete, asphalt, mortar, hard clay, rocks, bricks, and more. This jackhammer is perfect for home renovations or stone masonry projects.
  • It is perfect for demolition, trenching, chipping, breaking holes in concrete, block, brick, tile stucco, housing foundation removal, concrete slab, oil chimney, and much more
  • Adjustable 360-degree foregrip provides extra control that makes it easy to conveniently adjust based on the positioning you need for the job at hand
  • Available for Home and Commercial with the voltage of 110v/60 HZ, it's suitable for you to use at home and business
  • Excellent heavy-duty drilling power makes your work more efficient, use it at ease
  • It accepts 1-1/8 in. hex shank bits
  • Delivers 1800 BPM for fast demolition
  • Including Electric Demolition Jack Hammer with 16" bull point chisel, 16" flat chisel, pair of protective gloves, protective goggles, hex wrenches, and a carrying case
  • Color: Red
  • Power Type: Electric
  • Voltage: 110V/60Hz
  • Motor Power: 2200 Watts
  • Chuck Size: 1-1/8 In.
  • Chuck Type: Hex
  • No Load Speed: 1900RPM
  • Speed: 1800 Impacts Per Minute

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Impact Energy (ft.-lbs)10.5303044
Chuck Size (In.)5/8 In.1-1/2 In.1-1/2 In.1-1/4 In.
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Blows per Minute (BPM)3800180014001800
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Did a three day project. Broke up a large concrete block planter that was WAY over-engineered. Ab...
Did a three day project. Broke up a large concrete block planter that was WAY over-engineered. About 150 blocks. Every other one was filled with concrete and every fourth had rebar and concrete. It had four courses and the bottom course was EMBEDDED in the footing. Footing was between 6 and 8 inches deep. Probably somewhere between 3 and 4 tons altogether. This little jack hammer kicked its behind! Got a little hot towards the end of the last day - I did make sure it didn’t run out of oil. For the price this tool paid for itself on this one project. If it can do more projects that’s icing on the cake. Well worth it. Very sturdy and effective.
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    so far so good
    I tried a sledgehammer but it wasn't working, one hour with this now I'm almost done.
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      Works very well. It was cheaper to buy this instead of renting one. Worked on material over 6" th...
      Works very well. It was cheaper to buy this instead of renting one. Worked on material over 6" thick.
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      First time using a jack hammer. I watched a quick Youtube video to make sure I'm using this machi...
      First time using a jack hammer. I watched a quick Youtube video to make sure I'm using this machine correctly as the instruction manual is worthless. I thought this was great for what I used it for. Broke up about 500 SF of old patio concrete, 4" thick. I was also able to break through 6" concrete curbs no problem. Make sure you have enough oil.
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        This is NOT a hoax! At $139, I was sure skeptical, but man, did it deliver. Take a look at how ...
        This is NOT a hoax! At $139, I was sure skeptical, but man, did it deliver. Take a look at how much concrete we broke up! It's like 7 yards! I can't compare it to a "heavy duty" jack hammer because I've never used one, but this is definitely more powerful than a demolition hammer I've rented from HD in the past. It took quite sometime to break this much concrete up, but I'd estimate I could break up a 3 x 3 section of 4" thick sidewalk in 10 minutes or less. Once you get a feel for it, it goes way faster. Definitely recommend it!
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          I'm in the process of filling in my swimming pool. First step was to break up all the concrete de...
          I'm in the process of filling in my swimming pool. First step was to break up all the concrete decking that surrounds the pool and toss the rubble into the shell of the pool. I'm about 50% complete with this job and this jackhammer has worked wonderfully. I'm sure it will complete the job and still be working great at the end. Considering the price point, I believe this is a wonderful, cost effective tool. If you rent one of these, the rent is so high you will drive yourself to complete the project quickly. I'm almost 67 years old so I only work on this project for about an hour a day so not worrying about a big rent bill is nice. I couldn't recommend this tool any higher. Very pleased that I purchased it.
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          Solid Jackhammer
          I hardly ever write reviews but i had to make an exception for this great tool. I had to break a 16x7 foot slab which ranged from 3.5 inches to 6 solid inches. I thought about renting a jackhammer but since I had time to work on the project I decided that it would be best if I bought this tool for almost the same price as a one day rental. Now keep in mind that this is not a full sized jackhammer but it does a great job. I would estimate that I had the slab out in a total of 6 hours. It takes a while getting used to but gets easier once you get the hang of it. Really recommend if you are looking at purchasing one.
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            The only negative on this demo hammer is the height. Its shorter, so your hunched over a bit. Wit...
            The only negative on this demo hammer is the height. Its shorter, so your hunched over a bit. With that said I would still definitely buy this hammer again.the handles flex to absorb most the beating. The 360 deg swivel on the lower handle is nice. The hammer is light weight and easy to manage. Power is good. I'm cutting through 5" of concrete almost like butter.
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            Light enough for 120 lb woman to jackhammer 4 inch...
            Light enough for 120 lb woman to jackhammer 4 inch thick cement patio where it was needed by the foundation of the house so bulldozer and tractor could do the rest.
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            Worked great on removing ceramic tiles once I figured out...
            Worked great on removing ceramic tiles once I figured out how to use it without going through the floor & finding out type of oil it needs (15-40). Will be trying it out on cement this summer
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