"Item is on backorder until mid-January. Amps 7.4, Impact Energy J 2.5 ft.-lbs., Tool Weight lbs. 8.3, Trigger Lock No, Storage Type None, Blows Per Minute BPM 0-4200, Max. Speed RPM 0-980, Chuck Size in. SDS+, Cordless No, Cord Length ft. 10, Hammering Modes Rotary hammer, hammer only, drilling only, Side Handle Yes. Powerful 7.4 Amp motor provides power for a hard-hitting 2.5ft.-lbs. of energy per blow Variable speed 0-980 RPM 0-4200 BPM 11/8in. solid bit capacity, 31/2in. thin wall core bit capacity in concrete or 4in. capacity in masonry block Tool can be used for drilling in steel, wood or concrete Three modes of operation rotation with hammering, hammer-only and rotation-only Speed control switch allows operator controlled starts for less bit walk resulting in more accurate hole positioning Slip clutch stops rotary action when a bit jams, protecting mechanism from overload D-style rear handle provides a secure, comfortable grip Two-finger speed control trigger switch Grounded, 3-wire cord Lightweight, compact 14in. length and well-balanced design Includes impact resistant carrying case, side handle, and depth gauge"
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I was looking for a rotary hammer less expensive than a full SDS-Max so I looked at SDS-Plus tools. I am big fan & user of Bosch tools but lately some of the Bosch products have really let me down. Since I have been using more and more Milwaukee, I decided to compare the Milwaukee and the Bosch. Technical: Both (largest SDS-Plus tools) were made in Germany but two things stood out; Milwaukee is UL Listed & CSA certified (a must for C.O.R.E. & ISO companies), and Milwaukee has a 5 year warranty. Actual Usage: For setting wedge anchors this tool will do 3/4" holes in no time at all, and when it comes to boring through a 12" foundation with a solid bit, it again amazed me how a smaller tool like this can work so efficiently. When it comes to using coring bits it is a little slower, but since I seldom drill anything larger than 1" I don't mind taking slightly longer and spend less than half as much. I had for just under 2 moths now, but I think I picked the right tool.