The XtremepowerUS Electric Demolition Jackhammer is specially designed for demolition of structure. Great tool for individuals working on demolishing, chipping, crushing, scraping, driving ground rods and breaking through concrete or asphalt.
- Great tool for individuals working on demolishing, chipping, crushing, scraping, driving ground rods and breaking through concrete or asphalt.
- Adjustable 360 degree side handle and ergonomic D-grip handle for comfort and control. Rotating swivel lock handle can be detached or re-positioned for better utilization
- Demolition Jack Hammer is designed to be lightweight and resilient, but provide a forceful impact when used
- With 3,900 impacts per minute and an efficient 1400-Watt of power, be assured that this versatile jackhammer can effortlessly do the job for you.
- Include pointed chisel for initial drilling and flat chisel for break up the chunks more easily
- Heavy Duty impact resistant storage case provides additional protection for tools. Blow-molded housing designed with handles to offer easy transportation and reliable storage of equipment
- Color: Black
- Power Input: 1400W
- Voltage: 120V/60Hz
- Amp: 12.5
- Full-load Impact Rate: 3800 r/min
- Maximum Drill Capacity Diameter: 1-1/2"
- Bit Type: 5/8" Hex Shank Bits
- Carrying Case Included: Yes
- Overall Dimension: 18"(L) x 3-1/2"(W) x 9-3/4"(H)
- Jack Demolition Hammer
- Chisel Set
- Carbon Brush
- Carrying Case
It works well just let it work and don't force it or go too deep. Beats renting for a weekend at the same price!
Worked great on 3 inch concrete slab and title. I don't use it a lot but so far so good.
I was waiting for this tool. I started using it the same day that arrived. I it's....awesome. Super powerful and easy to e.
Bought to bust out concrete around rotten fence posts. Renting a Home Despot jackhammer just two times pays for one of these, and I can use it at my leisure. I've used a big jackhammer before, but this works just as well for my purpose. I'm surprised I'm only using the chisel tip for pretty thick concrete.I bought the 14-amp model which is the most current I want through my GFI and extension cords.
I, like others, got this after seeing how much renting a really nice one was. I thought, "It's just gotta hit concrete real fast, how hard is it to make that?"Well, I can't tell you that, but I can tell you that it works!I'm 5'5, 115lbs, have zero experience in using a jack hammer, but I had zero issues breaking through my 4" sidewalk. It goes through it like butter! I got this small section done in 20 minutes, and that was with cleanup and responding to friends asking me how it was going. I had to stop after this because it was 5:30 and my neighbors may want conversation with their dinner. HahahaI imagine the entire 1'x35' sidewalk will take me quite some time, but if you're strong and healthy, it could be done in a weekend or so.The black handle can go on any side you like, so you can always get a comfortable grip. If you're a tall man and working on a slab, you may want to get some kneepads to save your back. It's too tall for me to do this, but I think someone 5'9" or above probably could.It also came with a pair of safety goggles-a necessity, some canvas gloves, and a small dust mask. The safety goggles have been useful for me! It's not like I'm running an angle grinder, so they provide adequate protection for this job.Oh, and did I mention it's a ton of fun? For added fun, I recommend playing Benny Benassi's Satisfaction on some noise cancelling headphones and pretending you're in the video.