This rotary hammer performed well in the timed drilling test. Its side handle is easy to attach and remove, and it features an easy-to-use depth stop that adjusts with a lever. A “slip clutch” disengages the rotary action if the bit binds during drilling. This is a great feature that should be standard on all large drills. This tool is solid, and we found nothing about it to dislike.
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