7/8" Cordless 18 Volt SDS Hammer Drill with Compact Design and SHOCKS
The DeWalt 7/8" cordless 18 volt SDS hammer drill is extremely durable and efficient. This amazing tool features SHOCKS - active vibration control which significantly reduces vibration and increases user comfort and productivity. Making these even more versatile is the compact L-shape design which allows access in tight spaces while providing optimal balance for the user.
- Compact L-Shape Design allows access in tight spaces while providing optimal balance for the user
- SHOCKS™ - Active Vibration Control significantly reduces vibration and increases user comfort and productivity
- 1.7 ft-lbs impact energy provides corded power without the cord
- Variable speed, reversing switch delivers versatility in all applications
- Factory-set clutch reduces sudden, high torque reactions if bit jams
- Electro-pneumatic hammer mechanism for fast penetration and low vibration
- 360° side handle for better control and ease of use in tight spaces
- 360° side handle
- Depth rod
- Tool only (batteries and charger sold separately)
- Voltage: 18V
- Concrete Optimum: 5/32"-1/2"
- Impact Energy: 1.7 ft-lbs
- Vibration Measurement: 8.0 m/s2
- No Load Speed: 0-1,100 rpm
- Beats/Min: 0-4,100 bpm
- Chipping: No
- Vibration Control: Yes - SHOCKS™
- Tool Length: 10.5"
- Tool Weight: 5.25 lbs
- Shipping Weight: 6.0 lbs
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Our SKU: DeWalt DC212B
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DeWalt DC212B Product Specifications
|Concrete Optimum||5/32" to 1/2"|
|No Load BPM||4100|
|No Load RPM||1100|
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