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Milwaukee 5262-21 Corded Rotary Hammer Kit, 120 V, 7 A, 7/8 in SDS Plus Chuck, 0 - 1500 rpm

SKU: 118526
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About the Milwaukee 5262-21

The Milwaukee 5262-21 model 7/8" SDS Plus Rotary Hammer Kit is a part of the SDS Plus Series. This comes with a 7/8" bit. This kit is made to deliver superior drilling speed, without sacrificing the power you need to drill the less common, larger hole. This kit includes: a 5262-20 model SDS Plus Rotary Hammer, a side handle, a depth rod, and a reliable carrying case for convenient storage and transportation.It has a 7 AMP motor.

Product Details

Manufacturer: Milwaukee Electric Tool
Mpn # 5262-21
Shipping Dimensions 5.5" x 19.5" x 11.8"
Weight 11.32 lbs.

Product Features

  • Voltage Rating:120 V
  • Current Rating:7 A
  • Chuck Size:7/8 in
  • Chuck Type:SDS Plus
  • Impact Energy:2.4 ft-lb
  • Speed:0 - 1500 rpm
  • Torque:1.8 ft-lb
  • Bearing Type:Ball
  • Handle Style:D-Handle
  • Includes:(1) Side Handle, (1) Depth Rod, (1) Carry Case
  • Usage:Used to Drilling Applications and Tasks
  • Powerful 7 A motor: Delivers 0-1500 rpm, 0-5625 BPM with up to 40% faster drilling speeds than the competition
  • 1.8 ft-lb of torque: Provides 10% faster drilling and up to 35% harder hits
  • 3-Mode operation: choose rotary hammer, hammer only and rotation only for added versatility
  • Mechanical clutch: protects the motor when the bit binds
  • Variable position chisel stop: allows material to be adjusted, regardless of orientation
  • 2-1/2 in thin wall bit capacity, 7/8 in solid bit capacity, 2-1/2 in thin wall core bit capacity

Reviews

Rated 4.4 out of 5 based on 7 reviews


Just awesome and tough Rated 5 by Anonymous
I have owned this drill for about 6 months. It has the ability to keep up with drills twice the size. In drll hammer mode I have not found anything it cannot penetrate. In chisel mode I have put this drill to the test. Recently I used it solo to remove 2 tile floors bot approximately 950 square feet. Using the tile blade bad chisel blade I removed both floors cleanly in about 1 hour and 45 minutes. I never expected the drill to work that well. And best of all letting the drill do the work it didn't wear me out. Next project is removal of an 8 inch think concrete stoop 6' x 6'. I am confident it will handle it with no problem. I would recommend this to anyone from beginner DIYer to Pro's. I am buying another one for my construction business.
Originally posted on milwaukeetool.com Jun/2013

Great for DIY or light professional work Rated 5 by Anonymous
Great for projects around the house and up to moderate professional work...regarding an earlier or previous comment regarding a drop in standard chuck for regular drill bit usage, that is a great idea, but here is one even better....Milwaukee, Bosch, and others....how about making regular drill bits for use in wood and metal/steel with an SDS+ shank?.....hmmmm....(light bulb above the head).
Originally posted on milwaukeetool.com Apr/2016

Missing one option. Rated 4 by Anonymous
This kit should have a 1/2" standard drill chuck that would drop in like masonry bits. With the chuck you can use wood or steel bit like conventional drill. With this chuck you would not need two drills out at the same time. It seems there is another company that might offer this. I prefer to stay with this brand of equipment.
Originally posted on milwaukeetool.com Jun/2016

not for me Rated 2 by Anonymous
I purchased this model to drill holes for tapcons. It worked awesome at first, but it quit hammering . I took it to be repaired twice and it quit working again right away.
Originally posted on milwaukeetool.com Jun/2014


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