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8.3 in. W 2200-Watt Heavy-Duty Electric Jack Hammer Demolition Concrete Breaker Tool Kit

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About This Product

The XtremepowerUS Heavy-Duty Electric Jack Hammer is a great tool for individuals working on demolishing, trenching, chipping, breaking through concrete bricks, moving foundation and slab concrete with ease. The set includes 2 types of hex chisel bits that offer extra versatility when digging and breaking through aggregate material such as concrete or asphalt. This industrial concrete jackhammer is designed to be resilient and durable to provide a forceful impact when used. with 2200-Watt of power and speeds of 1900 impacts per minute, be assured that this versatile jackhammer can effortlessly do the job for you. in addition, the set includes an impact resistant storage case that you can easily carry or for safe-clean storage of equipment.

Highlights

  • Perfect tool for landscaping applications from breaking through concrete, grooving and squaring, crushing asphalt and other aggregate materials
  • Maximum impact rate of 1900 r/minute and 2200-Watt of consistent power gives you enough power to tackle the toughest of demolition projects
  • Robust electric jack hammer engineered with durable material and forceful impact provides maximum removal for continuous demolition
  • Innovative design offers better weight distribution in both vertical and horizontal applications
  • 360° rotating side handles allow chisel to lock into different positions for the optimal working angle
  • Speed control allows for various jobs, protection and maintains constant speeds
  • Blow molded housing designed with wheels and handles to allow for easy transportation and storage of equipment
  • Interchangeable chisel locking with most standard 1-1/8 in. hex bit shank bits
  • Included: 1-1/8 in. bull point chisel, 1-1/8 in. flat chisel, hexagon bar wrenches, oil feeder, carbon brushes, safety goggles, safety gloves and dust mask
  • Runs on 15-Watt/40-Watt motor oil
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Product Information

Internet # 319946488

Model # 61103-H1

Store SKU # 1007488087

Specifications

Dimensions: H 27 in, W 8.3 in, D 13.8 in

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)

13.8 in

Product Height (in.)

27 in

Product Width (in.)

8.3 in

Details

Amperage (A)

9.09 A

Battery Voltage (V)

120V

Blow energy (ft.-lb.)

30

Blows per Minute (BPM)

1400

Chuck Size (In.)

1-1/8 In.

Chuck Type

Hex

Color Family

Gray

Condition

New

Impact Energy (ft.-lbs)

30

Power Type

Electric

Returnable

30-Day

Side Handle

Yes

Start Type

Electric

Tool Weight (lb.)

46 lb

Tools Product Type

Power Tool

Variable Speed

No

Vibration Control

No

Working Direction

Floor

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty

Customers have a 30-day window for returns and exchanges. Additionally, we offer a 60-day period for parts replacement.

Questions & Answers

11Questions
caret
Q:What size electric cord do I need ?
by|Apr 18, 2024
1 Answer
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A:  if you are using an extension cord please use a 10 gauge cord so that it can pass on enough power

by|Apr 18, 2024
    caret
    Q:Can it fit a 7/8" diameter shaft bit? I'm trying to use this: T-POST DRIVER SHAFT & SOCKET (UPDATED)
    by|Mar 13, 2024
    1 Answer
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    A:  this is a 1-1/8" hex shank so you would have to use one of that size, the 7/8" would be too small to fit

    by|Mar 26, 2024
      caret
      Q:Is this good for breaking basement cement floors? I am putting a metal post and need to dig a 24” x 24” x 12”.
      by|Jan 21, 2024
      1 Answer
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      A:  This would work for that without issue, we dug out a large channel in our warehouse for in ground wiring and it was very smooth.

      by|Jun 6, 2024
        1 found this answer helpful
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        Q:Will this work to break apart a brick hearth without breaking the bricks? I would like to reuse them. Based on reviews it seems that this might have a bit more punch than what I want to use it for.
        by|Dec 24, 2023
        1 Answer
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        A:  It would really depend on the bricks, you can chip around them to remove them but with this size demolition hammer it could be somewhat hard to control.

        by|Jan 3, 2024
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          Customer Reviews

          4.7 out of 5

          • 4.7 out of 155 reviews
          • 97% recommend this product
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          Slices through concrete like a hot knife through butter!
          What a great decision it turned out to be, buying this tool instead of renting. I needed a jackhammer to get through my basement concrete for a sump pump installation. With the time it ended up taking to complete the demolition i would easily have paid double in rent. Plus, I now have the tool available for other jobs coming up in the future. The results from this tool have been spectacular. After ruining a circular saw with a diamond edged blade, drilling holes with a hammer drill, all of which got me nowhere, this jackhammer made short work of the basement concrete. It does need oil and comes with just a little pre-filled, so buy yourself a quart of 15W-40 automotive oil (the instructions dont tell you this). This tool is very capable and a great value!
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            2 found this review helpful
            Excellent jack hammer!
            Professional handyman here, always doing my homework for any type of tools. Was kind of worried about the brand and low price. Saw and read the reviews so I took a chance. One of the best tools I've used and bought. Strong, made great with no issues, simple to used. Really recommend this product, plenty of youtube videos out there. The black one works perfectly like the red one.
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              • Recommended
              It got the job done and was worth buying this...
              It got the job done and was worth buying this instead of renting one. I was able to remove an entire stretch of concrete sidewalk and a sinking cement porch. Not bad for a super cheap demo hammer but I wouldn't count on it as a regular work tool.
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              I've had the 2200-Watt Heavy-Duty Jackhammer for a little over a week. Have dug a 66' ditch that...
              I've had the 2200-Watt Heavy-Duty Jackhammer for a little over a week. Have dug a 66' ditch that has intermittent layers of limestone cover a range of 1 to 8 inches thick. The price to quality of construction are excellent. This product is designed for Residential use operating at 9.09 amps and is able to operate on an extension cord of approximately 100 feet without overheating. I have re-sold the Jackhammer to a friend who is in the construction business. I do not intend to dig any more ditches due to my age. I purchased the Jackhammer because I was not sure how long I would need it and felt that renting might be more expensive. I will sell the tool for approximately $30 less than I paid for it; which should be a bargain for buyer and seller. All Jackhammers are tough on the operator due to vibration lifting the weight of the unit. This Jackhammer is no different. If you have arthritis in your hands as I do it will irritate them. I am glad I bought this Jackhammer - my only regret - I should have bought it sooner.
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              4 found this review helpful
              I’ve been sledgehammering rocks in my yard for years. This tool wiped out my problems in a weeke...
              I’ve been sledgehammering rocks in my yard for years. This tool wiped out my problems in a weekend. Would be great to find a 6” chisel to fit this hammer. My newest bragging tool.
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              3 found this review helpful
              This Demolition Hammer looks like it would be able to do the job I needed it for, but the trigger...
              This Demolition Hammer looks like it would be able to do the job I needed it for, but the trigger would not work. This is a heavy unit about 50# with 2 attachments, goggles, gloves and a face mask. I had to return this for a refund as my project was time sensitive and had the remodel contractor take up the concrete step and old shower tile. (extra $300 to the job) I would suggest either buying at the H/D Store or shipped to the store so it can be inspected prior to purchase.
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              3 found this review helpful
              It Works...
              Broke up two 5-7” slabs. About an hours work to break up both. I enjoyed it.
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                Cant beat it. Good for homeowners.
                Cant beat it. Good for homeowners.
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                3 found this review helpful
                I recently received the 2200-Watt Heavy-Duty Electric Demolition Jack Hammer Concrete Breaker to ...
                I recently received the 2200-Watt Heavy-Duty Electric Demolition Jack Hammer Concrete Breaker to break up a portion of our concrete driveway that needs to be replaced. I have only tested it on pieces of brick and smaller pieces of concrete slabs we had laying around the back yard. I used the pointed chisel bit and it worked very well. The tool actually broke these pieces easily within a matter of seconds. I was impressed. I cannot speak to its effectiveness for a the much bigger project I have planned but based upon the small tests I performed I have no doubt that it should do the job. It comes with a nice carrying case (which unfortunately was damaged in shipping, see pictures), but the tool itself and the contents in the case were undamaged. The chisel bits that come with the tool are very heavy duty. The other contents include a dust mask, a pair of safety goggles and gloves. It also comes with a spare set of contact brushes since this is an electric unit. I must say the quality of these items, excluding the spare brushes. are poor to say the least and I would not use them when doing a job. I will use my own safety gear when using this tool. With that said, it is very easy to use. Simply attach an appropriate chisel by pulling the bit insertion knob, insert the bit, plug it in and start chiseling. Be aware, this tool is heavy. Other than the broken carrying case (due to poor packaging) and the sub-standard safety items shipped with this unit, I think it is a solid tool. Time will tell as to the tools rugged nature overall when performing much larger jobs
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                There are two major issues with this jack hammer, IT DOES NOT include oil, and to use it you NEED...
                There are two major issues with this jack hammer, IT DOES NOT include oil, and to use it you NEED OIL, and there is NOWHERE online or otherwise what kind of oil it needs (Shell Rotella T4 15W-40 Heavy Duty Oil) Also there is NO INSTRUCTIONS HOW TO ADD THE OIL (turn unit handle down, look at oil window, if halfway its good, no oil in window you need to fill it about halfway -- tools are included) Other then that for the price point, this is the best jackhammer ever, I used it to run a new water main and it made quick work of 12" thick concrete -- it is HEAVY, and you will build some muscle tone using it, remember to wear Eye and Ear protection, it is a noisy monster. Advice: Take a photo of the jackhammer with the case open, so you have a diagram on how to PACK IT after you use it, there are NO GUIDE WHAT SO EVER. Last piece of advice, CHIP at the concrete do not drill down into it, you do and the Chisel will become stuck, and the ONLY WAY to remove it is giving it a couple of wacks with a Sledgehammer.
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