Cordless Hammer Drills
A cordless hammer drill driver uses many internal impacts per minute to drive in bits. The high pressure from the impacts makes these tools ideal to chip at and break apart masonry and concrete. The best cordless hammer drills use a special shank called an SDS shank. SDS design makes changing the bits very easy and the motor drives the bit, not the whole shank, so you get more power transmitted to your work.
To add value to your investment, purchase cordless combo kits. Combo kits include batteries and chargers for all-day power. The batteries that run your cordless hammer drills power other compatible tools in the manufacturer's same model line for jobsite versatility. You can switch the same battery between your tools as you finish each phase of the job.
Cordless drills come with several comfort options. Look for cordless hammer drills with soft comfort grips and lightweight bodies to reduce work strain. To get the longest operational life, select a drill with a tough overmold or a metal housing that reduce the shock of impacts and the drops. Internal components like brushless motors, overload protection and metal gears keep the drill working much longer.
Cordless hammer drills offer superior speed and driving ability than hand tools and even other power drills. Their ability to use a wide array of bits makes these cordless drills/drivers excellent choices for lots of different projects. We have many cordless hammer drills for sale and there is one to match your precise job profile. Switch to hammer drills today to see the peak of drilling technology for yourself.
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