While searching for something else a few weeks ago I ran across a
place that had a selection of hammer drills ranging in price from
about $8 to $20. Some had more than minimal amperage ratings. I
tried just now to find the place again so I could post a link. I
can't find it now, but here a few individual links that illustrate
what I was seeing:
What are these things? Has anybody owned one of them? When a good
hammer drill costs a hundred and a half $$ and more, what can these
things do? If someone only drills 5 half-inch holes in concrete a
year is it possible these things can handle that?
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sorry to be RUDE to you [ but im, not ] but only an IDIOT
would spend 8 to 20 on a hammer drill and expect it to last a job let
alone a day........ crap motor , plastic gears,, prob rebuild, crap,,
drill one hole and wonder why it sounds like its dying , because it is
HAAAA HAAAAAA HAAAAA.... I bought SEARS sanders 20 yrs ago,,,,, Blew out
1 a day on a commercial job 70.00 their best , blew out 9 in 9
days,,,,,,,,,,, they said " leave ,,,here is your money you are
costing us to much" Bought PORTER CABLE 200.00 MADE USA they
still work 22yrs later........... Dip shit... U get what U pay
for.......20 $ drill 2hr piece of shit
HAAA HAAAAAA HAAAAAAA 8 dollar drill Ill give you 8 for it,,,,,, just
to BLOW it up... ILL enjoy my 8 bucks HAAAAA HAAAAAAA
yea im P. U .I. but you are a sucker an 8 dollar drill is an 8 dollar
drill,,, ka plunk.....
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