|Item Weight||12.7 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||15.1 x 14.9 x 4.6 inches|
|Item model number||5387-22|
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Milwaukee 5387-22 8.5 Amp 1/2-Inch Hammer Drill
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- 1/2-inch dual speed hammer drill with an 8.5 amp motor that provides overload protection
- Dual speed motor optimized for concrete fastening: 1-1,000 rpm, 0-16,000 bpm; 0-2,500 rpm, 0-40,000 bpm
- Metal gear case can withstand daily jobsite abuse
- Includes depth gauge, side handle, carrying case
- Weighs 6.4 pounds; 14-3/4-inch long; 5-year limited warranty
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Top Customer Reviews
The Milwaukee 5387 hammer drill has been simply awesome. I am a professional voice/data cabling installer and have used this drill on job sites frequently and have been totally pleased with the quality and power of this drill. The fit, finish, and feel of this drill is first class. The casing has been very durable thus far with no cracking issues or the rubber on the backside of the grip peeling off.
This drill is on the heavy side and mainly towards the front - and can get tiring if holding it over your head for long periods of time.. However, I am gladly willing to trade a little extra weight for a tool this solid.
I have used this drill to beat 1" holes through concrete/spancrete, cinder block, and brick without any problems with heat or the motor bogging down. As others have said this thing is VERY powerful - it has snapped my wrists around a few times when the bit has bound up.
The chuck in this drill has been very reliable thus far - out of the box it was true and after 6 months of use I still have had no problems with it bending or warping or the jaws not holding the bits securely.
The detachable power cable is a wonderful feature - it is the same design found on other higher-end Milwaukee tools. The cord is a nice heavy yet flexible rubber, and long enough to be useful. I have not had any problems with the rubber on the ends of the cable wearing, cracking, or peeling.
I would definitely recommend this drill to any professional or anyone who demands a reliable drill that will last a very long time!
The only caution I would mention is the balance of the drill. It is long and has a front-end wight bias. You will not be using this drill one-handed. The weight is not bad, but the length and forward location of the weight will cause you to need the side handle. This is actually good, because the torque of this baby would rip it out of your hand if a bit sticks in your work-piece. The side handle will help you keep it under control.
If you need a general drill, this is too much. If you need a STRONG drill that will probably last longer than your lifetime, this is it. Milwaukee makes a number of GREAT drills, and this unit is certainly one of them.
Be sure not to confuse this with another similar model: 5378-22. That drill is not nearly as good as this one. Just be sure to hold on with both hands. Once you use it, you'll know why.
This is a medium-duty tool. If you need big holes in brick or concrete or need to break up concrete, etc., get one of the larger rotary hammers. I use this drill for small to medium-sized holes in brick, masonry and concrete as well as drilling up to 1/2" holes through 1/4" steel.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Like most of the Milwaukee products I have owned over the years, this hammer drill does its job well. The guide was a nice little bonus, too. Read morePublished on March 27, 2011 by B. Gerasim
I almost want to say "medium duty" but that implies this is a lightweight, and it toys with Milwaukee's Heavy Duty slogan. Read morePublished on December 2, 2008 by Everett A. Warren
The Milwaukee 8.5A Hammer Drill is a great tool. It has the power needed for heavy duty drilling in concrete and it, like the entire Milwaukee line of power tools, is the highest... Read morePublished on January 7, 2008 by Loose Nut Ford Racing Team
This drill is the best value for the money. Pay a bit more for a product that is made in Germany, not some third world country.Published on January 7, 2008 by Wonder Kid
I really hate morons who quote commercials but I could not resist! This darn thing flies through concrete. I mean flies.
I am not a contractor or professional. Read more
The item was as promised. It was just as it was described new. It was shipped as promised, right away. It works excellent, have used it often.Published on November 2, 2006 by W. B. Boody