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D25304K Rotary Hammer

DeWalt - D25304K Rotary Hammer

The compact length of this rotary hammer from DeWalt is an advantage in tight places

$350.00 (As of 5/1/2004)

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Editor's Review: Drilling Concrete? Get a Rotary Hammer

review date: May 1, 2004

This rotary hammer is the second-lightest machine we tested, although light weight is not always an advantage with rotary hammers. Its compact length, however, is definitely an advantage in tight places. It includes a quick-change removable SDS chuck and a 1/2-in. three-jaw chuck. At a maximum of 1 in., this tool has the lowest capacity of the rotary hammers we tested, although since 85 percent of holes drilled in residential construction are 3/4 in. or smaller, this will rarely be a disadvantage. It was loud and appeared to labor during our hole-boring test. In addition, we found it too easy to drill too deep with the plastic depth stop.

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Editor Test Results:

Overall Rating Fair
Runout N/A
Ergonomics/Balance Good
Endurance on a Single Charge N/A
Torque N/A
Chuck/Transmission Quality Good
Drilling Test 36 sec. to drill 4 in. deep hole

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Manufacturer Specifications

Manufacturer DeWalt
Manufacturer's Web Site www.dewalt.com
Manufacturer's Phone Number 800-433-9258
Weight 6.8 lb.
Dimensions 11.5 in.
Chuck Type SDS, 1/2 in. quick change 3-jaw keyless
Clutch Settings N/A
Chuck Capacity 1/2 in.
Speed Variable: 0 to 800 rpm
Volts N/A
Recharge Time N/A
Battery Type N/A
Accessories N/A
Hammer Rating 0 to 4,200 blows per minute
Drilling Capacity 1 in.