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Bosch HC2088 SDS-plus S4 1/2 in. D 22 in. Hammer Carbide Bit
Model#: BSHNHC2088
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Bosch HC2088 SDS-plus S4 1/2 in. D 22 in. Hammer Carbide Bit

Model#: BSHNHC2088
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New Long Life Hammer bits have 15% more life time in concrete
Features:
  • Optimized brazing and hardening process for top resistance in reinforced concrete
  • Optimized flute design to reduce stress and make the bit run cooler
  • 4-flute design for fast dust removal
  • Centric tip for optimal hole geometry
Includes:
  • SDS-plus S4 1/2 in. D 22 in. Hammer Carbide Bit - HC2088

Specifications

Diameter: 1/2 in.
Shipping Weight: 0.75 lbs.
Type: Drill Bit
Usable Length: 22 in.

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Pros

  • Drills Clean
  • Drills Easily
  • Drills Fast
  • Easy to Use

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    Comments about SDS-plus S4 1/2 in. D 22 in. Hammer Carbide Bit:

    Perfect bit for my new hammer drill, cut like butter.

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