Specifications & Dimensions
|Overall Dimensions:||11.5L x 3w x 9h|
|Chuck Key Type:||Keyless|
|Hole Depth Control:||Depth Rod|
|Individual, Kit or Set:||Individual|
|Number of Handles:||1|
|Included with Item:|
|Cord Length (ft.):||8|
|Cord Management:||Cord clip|
|General Warranty:||1 year replacement|
|Dimensions and Weight:|
|Chuck Size:||1/2 in.|
|Package Contents:||Bubble Level|
Ratings & Reviews
This 1/2 Inch Hammer Drill Is a Versatile Sears Exclusive
When the going gets tough, get out this Craftsman Corded Hammer Drill and get the job done. The 6.0 amp motor will power through your roughest challenges, in both rotary and rotary hammer modes. You can vary the speeds as you vary your materials, from 0-1000 RPM and 0 to 16,000 BPM. The drill features a single-sleeve keyless chuck for easy tightening and loosening. Use the trigger switch's lock-on button when you're really ready to power through.
The 1/2 inch hammer drill switches from drill to hammer capabilities to maximize this tool's versatility. The spindle lock makes changing the bit quick and easy. Ball bearings make for smooth precise toolmanship. The grip handle with overmold is designed for comfortable use. An auxiliary handle gives you options for positioning, as does its adjustable depth stop rod. An indicator lights to show the tool is live to prevent accidents.
- This Craftsman Corded Hammer Drill has a six-foot cord for easy reach
- The powerful 6.0 amp motor will blast through your toughest jobs in both rotary and rotary hammer modes
- Change the speeds (0 to 1000 RPM; 0 - 16,000 BPM) to fit the materials you're working with
- A single-sleeve keyless chuck and a spindle lock makes changing bits simple and fast
- Ball bearing ensure precise operation
- The auxiliary handle with adjustable depth stop rod provides additional grip options to fit any project
- Lock-on the trigger switch when you're ready to rock this go-to drill
- Available for Gift Wrap
Added on July 26, 2010
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Most Helpful Reviews
North Scituate, RI
Overall seems pretty sturdy. Like the builit in levels to keep things straight. Chuck system is a bit wacky and found I had to keep tightening the bit which slipped out once or twice. Other than that, pretty decent drill.
Fort Kent, ME
After using this drill just a few times it stuck on and the only way to stop it is to unplug it! What a dog!! Seems to me it should be recalled cause it sounds like a chronic problem with this model.
As the saying goes use the right tool for the job and this was it. While building a small patio roof extension I needed to install a support post. I attempted to use a masonry bit and a standard drill to anchor the support bracket to the flagstone patio. This drll was the wrong tool and needless should I say it did not work. After doing some research I discovered that indeed I was using the wrong drill. In need of the correct tool, a hammer drll, I went off to my local sears tool department. I found this hammer drill. Back at my work site I unpacked my new hammer drill attached the bit I had been using. This drill drilled through the slate patio like it was sand. I've since used it too drill through stucco, and concrete. Works so good for so many hard surfaces.
Worked great on the job I needed it for
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I had two of these drills get stuck in the on position after only a few uses. The only way to stop it is to unplug. The first one I took back to Sears, they took it apart and found nothing. I exchanged it and the second one did the same thing after only two or three uses.
If you want to overpay for a drill that will only last a year, buy one from Sears. I regret not saving money by purchasing at ******** or buying quality at a hardware store. The drill's trigger on/off switch malfunctioned. The trigger will not come off of "locked on always" position. Customer Service has offered to order the part at my expense for me to install at my expense. Shockingly, the cost of a new trigger switch is $30. The cost of a new drill, same model, $60.
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