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|Shipping Weight:||3.6 lbs.|
|BPM:||0 - 5,350|
|Drilling Mode:||Hammer with Rotation and Rotation Only|
|RPM:||0 - 8,000|
|Max. Capacity - Concrete:||1/2-in|
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I've only used on one job for a few Tapcons and a few 1/4" nailins. No problems. I like the small size and light weight. It may not be as quick as my 18 volt rotary hammer, but its not bad. Remember it's only a 1/2" capacity, but for me that is probably 95% of what I need. For me now, a cordless rotary hammer is a must for my tool box. Been on too many jobs where corded rotary is just plain difficult to use. Limited power on job sites, or you need 100' cord or more to use, on a 8'-10' ladder.
Been there. Drag a corded hammer or rotary with a long cord and multiple holes up a ladder. Now grab a little cordless 12 volt rotary. See what you like. I already know what I prefer. Still have my corded rotary hammers, but they come out less often now.