1-9/16 SDS-Max Combination Hammer

Bosch 11240 1-9/16" SDS-Max Combination Hammer

List Price: $780.00
You Save: $389.14 (50%)
Part Number: 11240
UPC: 000346317015
Weight: 14.0000
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Bosch 11240 Specifications:
•  Amperage: 10
•  Impact Energy: 5.2' lbs.
•  No Load RPM: 400
•  No Load BPM: 3,000
•  Optimal Concrete Capacity Range: 1/2" - 1-3/8"
•  Max. Hole Diameter in Concrete: 1-9/16"
•  Max. Hole Diameter in Concrete-Core Bit: 4"
•  Max. Hole Diameter in Concrete-Thru Hole Bit: 2-1/2"
•  Length: 17.25"
•  Rating: 120V

Bosch 11240 Includes:
•  Auxiliary Handle
•  Carrying Case

Bosch 11240 Features:
•  SDS-max bit system tool-free bit changes with automatic bit locking, dust protection and maximum impact energy transfer rate
•  "Combination" dual mode selector 2 modes of operation, rotary hammer and hammer only mode
•  Vario-Lock positioning rotates and locks chisel into 12 different positions to optimize working angle
•  Innovative service modules designed so a qualified service technician can quickly replace the brushes and cord
•  360° Auxiliary handle provides a wide range of movement along with operator comfort
•  Integral clutch helps minimize torque reaction
•  Grounded design, UL listed, complies to OSHA
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By Hector Maldonado on 04/09/2013
Pros: versital
Cons: heavy
Recommended: Yes
Great price
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Easier to Use Than Its Big Brother
By Stephen Stewart on 07/22/2011
Pros: Relatively light weight
Cons: wish it had variable speed
Recommended: Yes
This drill, used with a 1" SDS-Max bit, can drill thru solid granite at the rate of about 1-1/2 to 2" per minute; awesome performance. It's easier to control than its big brother (which I'd rented on previous occasions) for drilling holes in granite.

I've used this rotary hammer in "hammer-only" mode with an SDS-Max chisel, again into solid granite, and the chisel performed well, too.

Having variable speed would be nice, but doesn't really seem to be necessary; you only have to apply enough pressure on the drill to prevent the bit from hopping up and down in the hole that you're drilling.
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By Joe on 01/27/2011
Pros: Heavy Duty, Great for drilling large holes and chipping concrete.
Cons: None
Recommended: Yes
Excellent tool for working in concrete. Did most of the work for me. This is a staplepeice in my truck as a plumber.
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