Hyper Tough 6-Amp 1/2-Inch Corded Hammer Drill, Keyless Chuck, DL1137

Brand Name Hyper Tough
Model DL1137
Rating ★★★★☆ 
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$24.84 

The Hyper Tough DL1137 6.0-Amp 1/2-Inch Corded Hammer Drill gives you the ability to tackle tough jobs with the power you need. The 1/2-inch keyless chuck makes bit exchange quick and easy, and it supports common bit sizes. A sliding switch lets you easily move from traditional drill to hammer drill action. The detachable auxiliary handle offers more control and leverage, and the two-finger, variable-speed trigger gives you precision speed control. All this in a slim design that makes it easy to use.

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Hyper Tough 6-Amp 1/2-Inch Corded Hammer Drill, Keyless Chuck, DL1137
Hyper Tough DL1137 6.0-Amp 1/2-Inch Corded Hammer Drill
Switch between traditional drill and hammer drill with a sliding switch
Detachable auxiliary handle for more control and leverage
Two-finger, variable-speed trigger for precise speed control1/2-inch keyless chuck for quick and easy bit change and supports common bit sizes
Slim design and over mold handle for comfortable use
Includes: 6.0Amp hammer drill, auxiliary handle, depth-gauge rod
For drilling and driving in wood, wood-like materials, metal, plastic, masonry and drywall
Rated Voltage: 120V
Rated current: 6.0Amp
Variable-speed 0-2,800 RPM
Chuck: 1/2-inch keyless
Machine weight: 4 lbs (1.8kg)Cord length: 6 ft. (1.8 m) 2-year limited warranty
Model# DL1137

 Customer Reviews

Good for residential use
My husband took his new Hammer Drill to work and let his co-workers borrow it. They stated that this tool would be a great tool for residential use around interior or exterior concrete surfaces. It has a peppy engine but wouldn't last long for commercial purposes.cocovette
Great entry level Hammer Drill
For the “Walmart” brand of tools, this Hammer Drill is a great value for the price conscious consumer. If you are a weekend DYI'er this is a must have. Cordless would be better, but sometimes it is better to be corded since batteries sitting on a charger go bad overtime. If you only need to use this tool 3-4 times a year, you won't break the bank investing in it. I like the extra handle for support and precision in drilling. Also the depth gauge is handy.TexMick840
It looks exactly like a Black + Decker hammer dril
The Hyper Tough 6-AMP hammer drill is a corded drill. It is heavier than a regular cordless drill. It can be operated by one hand or both. The detachable auxiliary handle can be attached to or removed from the drill easily without tools. It seems logical to use the auxiliary handle when doing a tough job like drilling on masonry or metal. When the depth gauge rod is used, the auxiliary handle is also needed. Drill bits are not included.
The 1/2 –inch keyless chuck works much better than those that require a key. There is a switch to select traditional drill and hammer drill. Hammer drill is good for working with brick or concrete. The variable-speed trigger provides precision speed control. There is also a switch to change the direction of the drill from clockwise to counter-clockwise.
In most family, the drill is not used often. A corded drill can be used anytime, without waiting for it to charge up first. Also you do not have to worry about losing the charger. All you need is an extension cord. I suppose the choice is a personal one. This drill is a heavy duty drill, and works as a drill should. I would recommend it to friends who work with all types of materials including masonry and metal. For other small jobs, a lighter drill would be a better choice.Oliver1001

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