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Bosch 11316EVS SDS-Max Demolition Hammer

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4.8 out of 5 stars 44 customer reviews
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  • SDS-max bit system - tool-free bit changes with automatic bit locking, dust protection and maximum impact energy transfer rate
  • Variable-speed dial - for controlled chipping applications
  • Constant Response Circuitry - - Provides soft-start - Maintains constant speed under load - Provides overload protection
  • Service Minder light - indicates when preventative maintenance is required
  • Vario-Lock positioning - rotates and locks chisel into 12 different positions to optimize working angle
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11316EVS Model Code: AC (part# 11316EVS) This item features: -SDS-max bit system. -Constant Response Circuitry. -Vario-Lock positioning. -Padded rear handle. -Double insulated. -Auto-Max dial. -360 Auxiliary handle. -Drive Type: SDS Max. -Voltage: 120.00 VAC. -Includes: 360 Side Handle, Carrying Case. -Price is for 1 Each. Testing and approvals: -UL listed. -Complies to OSHA standards. Model Code  Model Description AAAmps:10.00 A, Cycle Rate:2800 blows/min, Impact:5.90 ft lb, Length:17 1/2 in, Wt.:11.60 lb ABAmps:11.00 A, Cycle Rate:1300 blows/min, 3000 blows/min, Impact:8.80 ft lb, Length:17 3/4 in, Wt.:12 1/2 oz ACAmps:14.00 A, Cycle Rate:900 blows/min, 1890 blows/min, Impact:4.40 ft lb [Min], 18.40 ft lb [Max], Length:22 1/2 in, Wt.:22 1/2 oz

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Toolhounds know the old saying regarding a tool that does only one job, but does it like nothing else can. That’s certainly the case with this demolition hammer from Bosch. It may not be versatile, but it absolutely does its job.

This model is a favorite because it’s so user-friendly, weighing in at under 23 pounds and about as many inches in length – practically diminutive next to its competition. Its power, however, is not at all relative to its size, offering a range of impact energy from 4.4 to 18.4 ft./lbs. and up to 1,890 blows per minute, reducing tough concrete to dust.

Part of the beauty of this hammer is that it actually doesn’t want you to do the work for it; we found that exerting force on it actually slows you down. Instead, firm, steady pressure got us the best results. We particularly like the design of this hammer; instead of the traditional linear approach, Bosch built it more like a pistol, and that may (or may not, we’re not rocket scientists) be part of why so little vibration is felt. The rear handle is generously padded, and the auxiliary handle rotates 360 degrees so you can set it exactly where you need it. Another check in the ergonomics column comes from the electronic feedback system and the soft start it provides, keeping torque to a minimum.

Bit changes are fast and easy with the SDS-max system. Just twist the bit and push it in until it locks into place automatically, and you’re ready to work. The vario-lock is an ingenious feature that lets you position your spade or gouge at exactly the attitude you need. While in the vario-lock setting, you just rotate the locking sleeve to one of 12 positions at 30-degree increments, and an easy twist of the locking sleeve secures the bit in position.

The variable speed dial lets you choose from six speed settings, appropriate for chipping everything from plaster work up to concrete, and the circuitry will keep your set impact rate constant between no-load and load conditions.

It’s an investment, to be sure, but this tool will pay you back in spades.--Kris Jensen-Van Heste

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Part Number 11316EVS
Item Weight 22.5 pounds
Product Dimensions 25 x 16.7 x 6.2 inches
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Item model number 11316EVS
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Power Source corded-electric
Voltage 120 volts
Item Package Quantity 1
Special Features variable-speed
Included Components bare-tool
Batteries Included? No
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ASIN B00004SUPW
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4.8 out of 5 stars 44 customer reviews

4.8 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #121,830 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#31 in Home Improvement > Power & Hand Tools > Power Tools > Concrete Tools > Demolition Drills & Hammers > Rotary Hammers
#310 in Home Improvement > Power & Hand Tools > Power Tools > Drills > Drill Drivers
#7,747 in Home Improvement > Contractor Supply
Shipping Weight 32.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First Available May 15, 2000

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I am no stranger to midweight electric demolition hammers. I have owned Bosch hammers in this class and I have used dozens of rentals, mainly Kango. I can't rate it against the competition brands such as Makita or Hitachi because I have not used them,but I can tell why I love this hammer.
It is light and compact; seeing the case you would not think that it was a demolition hammer. I stress that it is smaller and lighter than other hammers of similar capability that I have used. By smaller I am I mean shorter by several inches. Desipte its size and weight it hits hard and I am judging this by extensive experience with hammers in this class.
SDS max demolition hammer bits are becoming easy to find in retail hardware and lumber yards and this can mean a lot if you break a point off early in the day on a critical job.
You don't have to turn the tool off when you are not engaging the tool into the work, at least , there is no mention of this in the manual and it doesn't have the conventional trigger switch. In the past I have found that the switches often wore out due to the constant on off needed to prevent damage to the hammering mechanism. Now I just leave it running when lifting the tool to a new position, or in the case of clay spade digging, rocking the tool to break up compacted soil.
I wish I could say that it is long lasting and rugged but I have only put a few hours of use on it; so far so good. At least I can say that the feel of it inspires my confidence that it will be a performer over time and my experience with Bosch tools in other catagories has been good.
To sum it all up, smaller and lighter translates into less problem and work for me. Hard hitting means good production and more money for me.
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I just got this one and I love it. Very, very good power to weight ratio. Punches thru 4 inch slabs easily. If you have to do this kind of work, this is an impressive tool. It took a little longer going thru a 6 inch stem wall, but much less toll on the body and ears than using a 90 lb pneumatic jack in a horizontal position. If you have to do some demo work under the house, this is the only way to go. It can take apart brick work easily. The shovel attachment goes thru hard soil like it's warm butter. I used the earlier verision that belonged to a friend and now I wonder why I waited so long to get this one. It comes with a plastic case which is OK, but I would have much prefferd a metal case for this brute.
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When I ordered the demolition hammer I thought I was ordering the much larger and powerful "brute breaker" demo hammer. I was very upset and considered sending the tool back but the tool was half the price of the brute breaker hammer and I thought I'd give it a try. It has proven to be all I ever needed for the jobs I have around my home. I've broken up 4" concrete with ease. Dug 16" deep footers and 30" deep fence post holes in minutes vice hours. The main reason I purchased it was for the ground around my house because it is mostly "hardpan" clay that is nearly impossible to dig in with normal hand tools. This demo hammer is the right tool for my needs and, unless you need to tear out something tougher than 4" thick concrete, it may be the back and money saving tool for you too.
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Tore out 20,000 lb (3000sqft) of Saltillo tile without a hiccup over six days. Re-sharpened the bits a few times. Could have done the entire job with two bits (the 2" tile bits). Incredible machine. (Keep bits cool between grindings by dipping in cool water!!! Otherwise you'll kill the temper on the bit and they will dull quickly!!!)

Then I had to re-shape three hideous Kiva fireplaces after saw cutting. With a point bit and the small 1" chisel, the job was a snap.

Then, I had to replace four vent covers off my foam roof with larger ones. The 6" grout chisel slid along the galvanized without harming it and peeled back the foam with ease.

Then, I had to tear out the tile shower in the master bath. With the 1" chisel blade, it cracked the wall tile and the point chisel easily cracked the floor pan, popping it clear of the slab. Hard work made much easier with this machine.

Then, I had to chisel out between saw cuts in the living room floor receptacle and in the shower floor where I had to re-locate a drain. Cake. Took a few minutes.

THEN, my wife, who was dutifully pulling up carpet nail strips with a hammer and chisel, saw how easy the Bosch did the job, now SHE is using it to get all the nail strips up. Initially leery of a $700 tool, she has said more than once how absolutely indispensable this thing has been on this remodel job. We even used it to pull off baseboards!

This Bosch is a very precise "destroyer." it brings a tremendous amount of energy to a small area and allows you to control that energy to your advantage. After paying for itself many times over, we'll still hold on to it after we are through because it makes digging holes for plants much easier here in rocky Phoenix!
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