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Heavy Duty 1240w Electric Demolition Jack Hammer

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  • Voltage: 110v/60Hz
  • Power: 1240 Watts
  • No Load Speed: 1400RPM
  • Housing: Metal with Rust Resistant Coating
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Technical Details

  • heavy-duty

Product Description

Item includes: -16" Bull Point Chisel. -16" Cold Chisel. -Oil Feeder with Oil. -Hexagon Bar Wrenches. -Wrench. -Heavy Duty Metal Case.

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Technical Details
Item Weight65 pounds
Product Dimensions29 x 8 x 13 inches
ColorCLEAR
Power Sourcecorded-electric
Voltage110 volts
Special Featuresheavy-duty
Included Componentscase
  
Additional Information
ASINB000HSD93K
Best Sellers Rank #54,392 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight65 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableDecember 15, 2006
  
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Bulb Voltage
110 Volts

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Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

64 of 67 people found the following review helpful By Holden Caulfield on November 11, 2008
I purchased this demolition hammer about 1 year ago for some heavy duty demolition work. I have been very pleased with its performance.
There are larger demolition hammers available costing much more money but the advantage of this tool it that it is lighter in weight than the others (meaning less fatigue) and about ¼ the price. The most important thing to remember is to remember to keep the OIL level filled at the proper level for proper lubrication. The only servicing you might have to do over the years is to replace the electrical cord and plug. I always replace my tools with a 12 gauge wire. This cost me about $5.00 and took 10 minutes to replace. Most import Chinese tools are manufactured with undersized electrical wires to plug into an outlet. The type of Chisel this hammer uses is a bit specialized and not available at many stores. THEY ARE AVAILABLE HERE AT AMAZON.
Replacement Chisels for this Demolition hammer are available here at Amazon at a cost of about $20.00 (plus shipping) per set of 2. To find search at Amazon - Heavy-Duty Chisel Bits for Electric Demolition Hammer - Jacks Tool Shed. They even have a Shovel attachment to fit this Demolition Hammer for hard pan dirt or clay. I own this Demolition Hammer and it is an invaluable tool to my company. A great deal too!
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Ruan on April 12, 2008
I bought my jack hammer through Amazon but it actually shipped from Jack's Tool Shed. This jack hammer is great value, I live just outside Austin which means you have two inches of dirt and then solid lime stone. The jack hammer makes light work of braking up the rock while still being relatively small and light as far as jack hammers go. One of the contractors that did work at my house was so impressed with mine that he ordered one too.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By C. J. S. on January 6, 2009
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I removed a 3ft by 8ft pad of 4inch thick concrete with this. Worked good. Little tip is to let the jackhammer do the work dont try to force it through the concrete. And now I own a jackhammer so I will never have to rent one. Definitely made in china workmanship but it works.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Johnny Bigapple on January 2, 2012
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id like to first start off by saying i was very hesitant in purchasing this jack hammer ive been in heavy contruction for the last 20 years and only have purchased name brand tools such has hilti , dewalt and so forth..ive been doing massive renovation on my home and realized that ive come into alot of contact in breaking up cement and i usto rent the bosch electric jack hammer from homedepot at 65 dollars a day... so when i fell apon this i figured for price id give it a shot! Well let me tell you homeowners who lookin to break up a stoop , side walk , driveway etc.... this hammer is absolutly fantastic...ive had this tool a month and broke up my driveway which is 20x40 , a side walk that is 60x5 both in being 6 inches deep and two enormous stoops... so i would say if they cant determine the life expectancy of this tool i definitely have to say i got my moneys worth and some! i absolutly recommend this tool to all my friends and coworkers! sledge hammers out niki hammer is in!! Best of luck to you all!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By slugprez on May 18, 2013
I am an electrical contractor, and I purchased this hammer to drive ground rods. Obviously, no ground rod driver exists for this machine, so I ordered an extra set of bits. I took the point attachment to my local machine shop, had them cut off the point and weld heavy 1-1/2" stock to the truncated bit. They then bored a 3/4" hole in the stock to fit over the 5/8 ths ground rods. (See my Customer Image) My first use of this was in hard pan. It drove the rods slowly, but steadily all the way in. Only 6 more uses, and it's paid for itself. Issues so far: Did not come with any spare oil (others said they had some included). Could not find the oil specified, so I used 15w40. Oil tends to run down bit a tad. Others have noted you have to jam on the bit to get hammer action, very hard to do at the top of an 8' ground rod. (I found that if you let off the trigger, it starts hammering as it winds down. Pull the trigger again at that point, & you're good to go.)
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By D. Engel on May 28, 2010
While this is definitely made in China, don't let that fool you. It is heavy duty and will probably compete with the $500 & $600 electric jackhammers. How long it will live is unknown. Getting parts may be sketchy, since you really don't know who manufactures it. The metal toolbox that it comes in is built decently, but there is no padding, so I would recommend gluing some foam in the box to cushion everything. I used it to break up an old, old, hard concrete step that had been in the way for the last 12 years. In 15 minutes, it was broken into football sized chunks and the jack hammer wasn't even breathing hard.

EToolsCity is great. The tool is supposed to ship with 2 extra brushes, but mine were missing. I contacted the seller and they mailed me 2 brushes, no questions asked. They also sell parts and other bits. I definitely recommend them.

If you are going to need a jack hammer more than once, may as well buy this one and have it around.
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18 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Bill Hilly on August 18, 2013
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I own a JACK HAMMER! Probably the last tool I thought I would ever buy. Wait, I needed one, AND, for just $150, I got one! Please don't misconstrue my measly 3-stars as a negative review, but I've got issues! ... Don't want'a talk about 'em. Okay.

Oh, the jackhammer, riiiight--it arrived in record time and I can't say enough GOOD THINGS about the seller, First Web Sales--polite reseller, they didn't bug me for positive feedback? Thank you. They shipped in Prime time too, (2 days) it was well packaged plus I got home in time to hide it before my wife could even see it.

My BIG complaint is with the manufacturer, they cut every corner to save a dime. This tool REQUIRES 'oil' to operate. Alright, I got that part by reading other reviewers, but the flimsy oil bottle they used to ship it in is either joke or an insult. Take you pick. Right, it broke somewhere between here and China and the entire tool and everything inside the case was cover with thin film of oil--perhaps that thin plastic container never had a cap and they buy them that way (caps cost money ya know). Oh that, and the amount of oil they ship, even if it arrived intact, would not begin to fill the oil reservoir. ONE STAR DOWN!

Second peeve: The OWNERS MANUAL (by Google translation) is illegible (again, a joke or an insult). First it's written in very small, legal document size, print. Saves paper I guess. Worse yet, the quality of the print itself makes gleaning relevant information exceedingly difficult--but it saves on ink! It's like a third generation copy of a faxed document, only worse. SUBTRACT SECOND STAR.

On the plus side, did I mentioned its cost, $150 delivered?
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