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Makita HM1307CB 35-Pound Demolition Hammer

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  • Powerful 14.0 AMP motor to handle the most demanding applications
  • Constant Speed Control automatically applies additional power to the motor to maintain consistent speed under load for the most challenging jobs
  • Soft Start suppresses start-up reaction for more control and better accuracy
  • Variable Speed control dial enables user to match the speed to the application for greater versatility
  • L.E.D. Service Light notifies the user approximately 8 hours before the brushes need to be replaced
  • L.E.D. Power Lights indicate switch failure or cord damage
  • Makita Motor Advantage engineered with field core interlocking steel laminations, dual ball bearing armature and more copper commutator bars, increasing energy transfer efficiency for more power and longer tool life
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Makita HM1307CB 35-Pound Demolition Hammer + Makita D-21369 1-1/8-Inch Hex Shank Cold Chisel + Makita 751622-A 5-1/2-Inch Clay Spade
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  • variable-speed

Product Description

Product Description

Includes 35 lb. 1-1/8-in Hex Demolition Hammer Kit - HM1307CB-R, Bull Point - D-21353, Tool Case with Wheels

From the Manufacturer

Makita's new 35 lb. Demolition Hammer, 1-1/8-Inch Hex, with Rolling Case has many features to help the end user get the job done. It has Adjustable D-Handle rotates 3600 and pivots. In-Line Design engineered better balance for horizontal applications. Accepts commonly used 1-1/8-Inch Hex and air tool steel. Retaining Collar for extra bit support. 11-Inch Bull Point Chisel included in case. Soft Ergonomic Grip can be used w/ both hands if necessary. Easy On/Off Switch one finger operation. Variable Speed Dial in Convenient Location.

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Technical Details
Part Number HM1307CB
Item Weight62 pounds
Product Dimensions35 x 14.6 x 8.5 inches
Item model numberHM1307CB
ColorBlue
Power Sourcecorded-electric
Voltage120 volts
Item Package Quantity1
Special Featuresvariable-speed
Warranty Description1 year
  
Additional Information
ASINB004HEY0CO
Best Sellers Rank #76,632 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight62 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Date First AvailableJanuary 11, 2011
  
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Bulb Voltage
120.00 Volts

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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Canyonrat56 on April 25, 2012
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This is only the second demolition hammer I've used, so I'm not sure how helpful this review will be; but here goes. We plan a lot of landscaping over the next few years in a place where there is lots of caliche and packed clay. When we set fence posts last year I rented a Bosch 70 pound hammer. That was definitely too much. So when we planted a Persian silk tree this year I decided to buy a smaller one. After a lot of research, Makita and Bosch were the only real candidates in the 'consumer' market. Of the four finalists, the Makita HM 1307CB really hit the price/performance sweet spot. I could't find anything in its weight and motor class that developed more impact force. It's soft start feature is really nice. (You can hit the On switch, but the hammering action doesn't start until you put some slight pressure on the handle.) It has built in diagnostics to let you know a) if the motor needs maintenance, a b) if the power coming to the hammer is adequate. (It might not be, for example, if you use the wrong extension cord.) I also liked that the 1 1/8 hex tool attachment allows it to use a lot of the same attachments as the big boys. It will also, by flipping a locking mechanism from one side to the other, let you use attachments with or without a locking indent. Also, the lower handle can be rotated 360 degrees to whatever position you need for the job at hand. And, it's cool teal color complements my tan leather work gloves. So far I have used it to punch through 8 cubic yards of caliche, about 30 cubic yards of hard packed clay, and a small amount of concrete and rock. I'd think that if I had to break up a lot of well-cured concrete this hammer might take awhile. But for all of the things I've tackled so far, it's handled the work easily and is wonderful to use.Read more ›
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By flowby4 on September 14, 2012
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Well I got tired very quickly of digging in Texas clay. Have to dig some holes for tree and plants to go in, also a trench to expand my irrigation lines. After spending hours with a pick and shovel and making little progress I decided it was time for something better. I went and rented a SDS-Max hammer. It sure helped and it sure make my back sore. If you're going to do digging, get something made for digging, not drilling or removing tile. I took it back and got the Makita HM1307cb. I decided quickly to purchase one vs $50/day rental fees.

What a difference. Not only are you standing up and in a better position to dig it simply tears through the ground. I fired it up and it immediately planted the spade full depth in about 5 seconds. The 1 1/8 hex makes the tool very sturdy and great for levering the spade up once its embedded. I was digging vertical walled 2 foot diameter by 18" deep holes in a 10th the time and 1/100th the effort. If you only going to be digging holes 1foot across and 6" deep the a SDS-Max should be sufficient but if you're really going to be doing some digging then this is the only way to go. Once you do the sides all thats left is loose material you remove with a regular shovel.

The tool is heavy but not unmanageable. At 35lbs it has sufficient weight to go into the ground and not so massive you can't get it out. The controls work fine and are positioned well. The plastic case with wheels is a dream. I would not recommend any similar tool that did not have a mobile case. All in all I'm happy with the tool and how it performs.

I did notice my neighbor taking an interest in how fast I was digging......
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By David Wilson on August 5, 2013
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I used a couple of different sizes of rented demo hammers several years ago to break out a badly poured concrete slab that needed replacing and to cut new footing trenches when I needed to put a more substantial perimeter foundation under part of my house. I live on a hilltop, which means that only a few inches of soil lie atop bedded clays and sandstone. You cannot dig footing trenches with a shovel in this stuff, or even do ordinary landscaping. Recently I decided to do a lot of garden redesign in my yard and after struggling with posthole diggers and a heavy iron digging bar for a few days, I went to the computer and ordered this 35-lb breaker with a supplementary clay spade and, for good measure, a cold chisel attachment. I should have done that the first day and saved myself some long hours and a couple of blisters. I cannot recommend this tool enough for landscaping in hard or rocky environments.

The hammer itself comes with a heavy point that is ideal for crushing concrete slabs or breaking up irregularly shaped boulders. For other applications you will need the clay spade, the cold chisel, or the wider stripping chisel. (I didn't bother to order that last one, but I know where to get it if the need ever arises.)

The clay spade made easy work of gouging out planting pockets large enough to put in the new plants (some quite sizeable) as well as enough potting soil to get them growing before their root systems had to deal with the clay.

There is quite a bit of power to this mid-sized demo hammer. It should be more than good enough for personal use around a home or even light commercial use in a profession.
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