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Milwaukee 5387-22 Heavy Duty Corded Hammer Drill Kit, 120 V, 8.5 A, 1/2 in Keyed Chuck

SKU: 164764
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$185.00/EA
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About the Milwaukee 5387-22

The Milwaukee 5387-22 model 1/2" Dual-Speed Hammer Drill Kit is a part of the Hammer Drill Series. This comes with a 1/2" bit. This heavy-duty drill can handle the toughest concrete drilling jobs. It's dual range speed control gives you more power to speed through the toughest applications, and more speed to power for lighter applications. This drill comes with a depth gauge, a side handle, a chuck key, and a convenient carrying case that makes this tool set convenient to store and transport.It has a 8.5 AMP motor. It can operate at a speed of 0 - 1,000/2,500 RPM.

Product Details

Manufacturer: Milwaukee Electric Tool
Type:
Mpn # 5387-22
Shipping Dimensions 4.6" x 15.4" x 19.5"
Weight 12.35 lbs.

Product Features

  • Type:Heavy Duty
  • Voltage Rating:120 V
  • Current Rating:8.5 A
  • Chuck Size:1/2 in
  • Chuck Type:Keyed
  • Speed:0 - 1000/0 - 2500 rpm
  • Bearing Type:Ball and Roller
  • Handle Style:Soft Grip
  • Includes:(1) 5387-20 1/2 in Dual Speed Hammer-Drill, (1) Chuck Key, (1) Side Handle, (1) Quik-Lok Cord, (1) 2-Piece Percussion Bit Set, (1) Carrying Case
  • Standards:UL Listed, CSA Certified
  • Powerful 8.5 A dual-speed motor: Optimized for concrete fastening with overload protection. Choose 1-1000 rpm/0-16,000 BPM or 0-2500 rpm/0-40,000 BPM
  • Heavy-duty metal gear case: Withstands daily jobsite use, yet is light enough to reduce operator fatigue
  • QUIK-LOK cord: 10-ft 3-wire grounded rubber cord provides easy storage and field replacement
  • Capacity in steel twist bit: 1/2 in, capacity in concrete: 3/4 in, self feed bit capacity: 2 in

Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 based on 1 reviews


BEST HAMMERDRILL EVER!! Rated 5 by Anonymous
best hammer drill I have ever owned
Originally posted on milwaukeetool.com Jun/2012

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