|Item Weight||4.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||3.9 x 12.7 x 9.7 inches|
|Item model number||121K6|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Ingersoll Rand 121K6 Super Duty Air Hammer with 6-Piece Chisel Kit
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- Professional touch trigger for total control
- Long-life tool with a tough one piece alloy barrel
- Easy to maintain, with an "easy out" throttle valve assembly
- Kit includes: a blow molded plastic case with a removable lid and 6 chisels
- Air hammer comes in a blowmolded case with 6 chisels
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Ingersoll Rand's 121K6 kit includes the 121 super-duty air hammer, six durable steel chisels, and a sturdy blow-molded case. View larger
The 121K6 kit combines Ingersoll Rand’s 121 super-duty pneumatic hammer with six assorted high-quality steel chisels that have been tested to meet the harshest of job environments and tasks. The hammer comes with a coil-spring retainer for fast and easy chisel changes, and the kit’s included chisels are: one 3/4-inch flat-blade chisel, one punch chisel, one claw ripper-edging tool, one single-blade cutter, one kwik cutter, and one vee chisel-spot welder breaker. The 121 hammer reaches 3,000 blows per minute at 90 PSI and has a 2.28-inch stroke length—and its light weight (3.5 pounds) aids in user comfort, making it easier to work through longer jobs more quickly. Whether chipping, punching, or cutting, the tools provided in this kit—which also includes a sturdy black blow-molded storage and carrying case—increase productivity thanks to powerful and sturdy construction.
About Ingersoll Rand
With a history dating back to 1871, Ingersoll Rand and its family of brands represents a proven history in construction, mining, industrial, and commercial markets. Through acquisitions, innovations, and customer focus, today's Ingersoll Rand offers market-leading solutions and services that enable customers to create progress through a variety of industries and markets that touch everyday life.
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One Ingersoll Rand 121K6 super-duty air hammer with six chisels and one storage/carrying case.
|Ingersoll Rand's 121K6 kit features the compact but powerful 121 air hammer. (Click to enlarge)|
Top Customer Reviews
I was amazed how fast the tile came up with this tool. It works like a little mini hand-held jackhammer. I was able to remove the tile in just a few hours instead of a week doing it by hand. I am sure this handy little tool has many other uses that I may discover later, but for now I am very happy using it for tile removal.
There is one thing you must be aware of. This tool uses an air compressor. I only had a 1 gallon compressor which is not even close to adequate. I had to buy an 8 gallon and it worked great.
It seems about "just right" for typical home owner use.
UPDATE: After a year of use this hammer is still going strong. used it on an outdoor flagstone patio re-grout. (One of those jobs that looked straightforward but turned into a nightmare) It's spent many many hours removing grout, breaking up decaying concrete base and never once even stuttered. It did break a retaining spring but that's to be expected. One of those few tools that is solidly made and worth the money.
Meanwhile paid 86 bucks for the Ingersoll Rand and am quite happy. The job I am doing is nonstop brutal hammering of rock. The Kobalt I am sure can handle the light work but this Ingersoll Rand feels like it is going to last. More heft and more power. 4 good turns at the rock and it's still quite peppy. I am oiling this one from the start so this review might not be completely fair to the Kobalt.
Chisels from both fit the new hammer. Now if someone could point me to a chisel that fits this hammer which will not wear out I would be happy. I have to grind a new edge every hour or so and they are getting short.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Name says it all, chiseled an 7" round hole through 8" thick concrete wall for my dryer vent. Reall quality piecePublished 4 days ago by AOD506
I tested the tool by putting the moil point bit in and hammering on a steel table. The tip of the tool began bending after 1 second of use. Read morePublished 1 month ago by CEI, Oregon
Two chisels broke when first used, the retaing spring also cracked. I brought a chuck should be ok.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
All of the chisels broke. We just chiseled a small piece of concrete that was approximately 4" deep and 1" thick. Not one of those chisels survived such a small task. Read morePublished 3 months ago by SWEETPEA
Cheap, Chinese piece of junk that is overpriced!!! Broke on first use! Went to Lowes and bought a 30.00 Kobalt and purchased additional insurance for 4. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Paul D. Forker
the soldering iron itself works okay so no complaint there.
The heating element is not very strong so I have to be a little careful with it - bends very easily. Read more