|Item Weight||46 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||13.8 x 31.1 x 8.3 inches|
|Item model number||61108-XP|
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XtremepowerUS 2200Watt Heavy Duty Electric Demolition Jack hammer Concrete Breaker W/Case, Gloves
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The ExtremepowerUS new electrical Jackhammer enables you to works, like demolition, trenching, chipping, breaking holes in concrete-block-brick, moving foundation-concrete-slab-oil chimney without hard feeling.
• 2200 watt input motor
• 1400/min by blows per minute
• 15kg light weight(without cord), easily use by female
• Blowmod Case
• 1-1/8" Bull point chisel
• Oil Feeder
• Hexagon Bar Wrench
• 1-1/8" Flat chisel
• Safety Goggle
• Safety Mask
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Make no mistake however, this is NOT a 90 lb pneumatic breaker/jackhammer with a 4" chisel tip. It will take most of forever if your project is any more that a few hundred sq.ft. If you have the time, it will get the job done-just in time for your retirement party. It is also not suitable for breaking natural rock-just not enough power.
The package arrived within "Prime" shipping time, double boxed. There was slight damage to the plastic case, but not enough to make in unusable, or warrant a return. Although the tool had some oil in it, it needed about 3-4 ounces to fill up to the top of the oil chamber's sight glass. Resist temptation from trying it out until you fill it with oil-there is a warning about this in the instruction booklet. The two tips that came with it look and feel unbreakable, and proved as such when underway.
I used this to break up 60 year old concrete footing for a wall. About 6" x 30ft overall, by 6" deep. Took about 4 hours since we discovered re-rod and buried lally columns we had to dig out too. NO, it would not go through the rod or the columns.
Surprisingly little vibration is transmitted to your hands and body when in use. All you need to do is aim the point, and pull the trigger, letting the tool do the work. YOU MUST WEAR EYE PROTECTION. During the course of several hours of use, I was hit numerous times in the face by flying chips. Maybe even a loggers' helmet with a full face screen would be even better. I also wore heavy gloves, although those functioned mostly as protection from the flying debris. You should probably wear ear protection too. The tool itself is not that noisy, but the tip impacting the concrete generated a sharp noise that was loud enough to clearly hear 50 yards away. Sounded just like it's pneumatic cousin.
Unless the point is on something hard, when you pull the trigger the internal hammer just spins generating only noise. You only get impact motion when the point is ready to do it's business. Sometimes, you have to 'reset' the tip in the material to restart the impact cycling.
I found the bull point much more efficient at splitting the concrete than the flat chisel. It broke up the concrete into big chunks, and easily penetrated through it. Even though this tool is almost 35 lbs, you can guide it to roughly shape concrete into a radius, especially with the flat chisel tip.
Now to the power end of things. The specifications, 2200 Watt @ 120 Volts compute to slightly over 18 amp draw during operation. There is no 'variable speed'; it's either on or off. Start up may spike the current draw slightly higher, but breakers have some delay built in. You will not be able to continuously use this on a 15 amp circuit with a 200 foot lamp cord. You may get away with very light, intermittent use on a 15 amp circuit with at least a 12 gauge extension cord, but eventually the circuit will overheat, and trip the breaker. Better to plan to have a 20 amp circuit available.
Overall this was well worth it for what I had to do. How long it would last under daily use, I don't know. It is definitely a "China" piece, although it is heavy and seems well built. I don't know what performance premium you would get from some of the more expensive electric hammers, there's only so much power to be had from 120 volts.
All I had to do was balance it, (easy, not too heavy) pull the trigger and go.
It does leak oil, I think it's meant to reduce friction during use? It arrived with oil all over in the case, which I expected after reading other reviews.
Well worth the money.