|Weight - Battery Installed (lbs):||4.5|
|Weight - Excluding Battery (lbs):||3.5|
|Dimensions and Weight:|
|Color/Finish:||Black, Silver, Red|
|Number of Batteries Included:||None|
|Included with Item:|
|Battery Included:||Battery Not Included|
|Setup Requirements:||Light assembly may be required|
|Bubble Level Included:||Yes|
|Chuck Key Type:||Keyless|
|Battery Type:||Lithium ion|
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Ratings & Reviews
A solid addition to any shop, this Craftsman C3 1/2" Hammer Drill Add On Tool with the versatility of powerful torque, high RPMs and portable power. Utilizing the energy of a lightweight, yet powerful 19.2 volt lithium battery it delivers up to 515 inch pounds of torque(while using a 35702 C3 battery)., while a simple shift in gears with a clutch bypass switch it delivers up to 1600 RPMs of fast driving action. Easy to control and maneuver, its lightweight frame and ergonomic design are built for a sure grip, while the 24 position adjustable torque clutch drives with precision. Has a 1/2" Single Sleeve Metal Ratcheting Jacobs Chuck for tight bit holds
½” Metal Ratcheting Chuck
515 in. lbs. of Torque (while using a 35702 C3 battery)
3 Position Clutch Bypass for easy mode changes
Integrated LED work light
- Available for Gift Wrap
Added on September 20, 2013
Overall, others give this:
I have many C3 tools one of which is the standard grade 3/8th drill driver. It works well but it met its match when I needed to drill some 1" holes in a cherry tree stump. It would struggle and it was obviously overmatched. So as a birthday present I got the C3 Heavy Duty 1/2" Hammer drill. I read the specs comparing the new drill vs the old and on paper it was quite the upgrade. Well it wasn't just on paper. This hammer drill has no problem drilling the required holes in the stump. The only issue I have with it is I need to remove the handle when storing in my tool cabinet. If you do a lot of work using a drill/driver then you really should consider this drill vs a standard 3/8ths drill/driver. This is really worth the difference in cost. It also has a lower power setting as well as multiple clutch settings so you can dial back the power if need be.
Las Vegas, NV
Compact rugged feeling tool. Great addition to my C3 tools, forced my hand when I burned up my old hammer drill. I like that it works with all the 19.2 volt Sears batteries.
This is my first cordless hammer drill, and it performs just like its corded counterpart. It utilizes the same strong lithium ion C3 batteries in the 19.2 volt line-up so in buying the "bare" tool without battery and charger was a real good deal. Nice feel and balance with good power.
This drill is a beast. I love the hammer drill function and how easy it is to switch the modes on it. Also nice that it has a light and comes with a bolt on handle for those times you really need to put weight into it. Only giving 4 stars because it doesnt come with a battery or charger and they're expensive.
i use all in one, if i need hammer i use it, and then if i need a drill i use it all in the same tool, perfect.
The reviewer indicated they are affiliated with this product.
The C3 hammer drill is very light and compact. It packs more than enough power for average homeowners. I use the hammer drill with the XCP lithium battery. I have no problem drilling into mortar and bricks.
First, the person with the review claiming a bearing problem after 2 years doesn't realize this is a new model that came out in late 2013, clearly not this drill. Second, I have owned the previous hammer drill model (the same he had) for 4 years and it has been great. I have used that model for countless drills into concrete foundations (5/8" bit, not small), concrete block, metal, and wood. I am not a contractor, but used this drill to renovate a basement, and do 20+ projects between my home and two rental properties. I also do some moonlighting doing simple jobs running cat5 for small businesses. Once I saw I could upgrade to this new model for ~$70, I had to bite. Comparing this to the old one, I can see the following improvements: - The ratcheting chuck! - Instead of gripping the chuck with two hands and turning in opposite directions (which rarely holds a masonry bit under load), or gripping it as tight as you can and pulling the trigger until your hand or gloves burn, you just grip and turn using one hand and it automatically locks direction and ratchets down on the bit until you can't turn anymore. - More power, not night and day, but certainly more - Smaller body, this fits much better in my tool box (pretty much same weight) - Better fit/finish, grips and looks are much nicer - Quieter motor, or at least not as harsh sounding - The top level uses gel instead of liquid so the bubble moves slower. I find it easier to lock on to a level position The one problem so far - They removed the back level (the circular one). I'll take this one over the old model any day, but I am really annoyed with this oversight. This is very poor product management. I would gladly pay $10 more to know I am drilling straight up or down! You cannot find another drill with the same power and functionality for anywhere close to the cost of this one. The old hammer drill model was my introduction to the C3 series and now I am the owner of a handful of the other tools. Just make sure you use these with the basic lithium or xrp batteries - nicad is sure to disappoint.
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