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Hitachi DH22PG 7/8 -Inch SDS Rotary Hammer

by Hitachi

List Price: CDN$ 530.86
Price: CDN$ 116.10 & FREE Shipping. Details
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  • Idle Strike Restrictor
  • Internal Pressure Adjustment
  • 30 Day satisfaction guarantee and 1 year warranty
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Customers buy this item with Hitachi 728078G 29pc BlackGold HSS Split Point Drill Bit Set CDN$ 39.93

Hitachi DH22PG 7/8 -Inch SDS Rotary Hammer + Hitachi 728078G 29pc BlackGold HSS Split Point Drill Bit Set
Price For Both: CDN$ 156.03

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Product Information

Technical Details
Part NumberDH22PG
Item Weight1.9 Kg
Product Dimensions44.7 x 36.1 x 10.4 cm
Item model numberDH22PG
Power Sourcecordless-electric
Voltage120.00
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Included?No
Weight1.9 kilograms
  
Additional Information
ASINB0010TEQ64
Best Sellers Rank #9,659 in Tools & Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.2 Kg
Date First AvailableOct. 12 2011
  
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By Jordan Gillespie on April 12 2014
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Enjoying this product. Use it for work for strapping emt on concrete ceiling and walls. Highly recommend it to anyone
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Henry Feinman on March 28 2013
Don't believe this price: Original or reduction. The US site has original at $230 (where did they get $530 from?) and currently on sale at $60. For quality of product see american reviews below.
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0 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Alex Paradi on Nov. 19 2013
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I wasn't aware of what SDS meant when I purchased this. Practically what it means is that you need to purchase specialized drill bits to work with this chuck system. And while I can find regular spade wood bits that work with an SDS system relatively easily, finding a masonry bit for SDS is a lot more difficult. I wasn't prepared to throw away all of my drill bits just because they didn't work with an SDS system. So I gave back the drill.
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Amazon.com: 10 reviews
Great Drill July 13 2014
By NW - Published on Amazon.com
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This is a great bargain for a rotary hammer drill. As long as you are not a professional contractor you will be very satisfied. If I was a contractor that used this continuously I would probably by a larger rotary drill. But if you are a diy'er needing to do some remodeling look no further. I am finishing my basement and debated between using Tapcons or ramset for my bottom plates. I preferred Tapcons but didn't want to spend hundreds on a rotary drill. I was about to spend $70 on a ramset gun then I saw this on Amazon. This drill works great drilling for my 1/4in Tapcons in basement concrete slab. For this price, I would never consider a hammer drill which is very different than this rotary hammer drill. Very satisfied.
Price performance champ June 27 2014
By Steve Sokol - Published on Amazon.com
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I was worried at this price that this tool would do the job. It did everything I would expect. Can not see what the much more expensive rotary hammers can do for the price unless it is a full time commercial use. Just wish I had bought one earlier rather than working around drilling foundation walls
Must have tool June 23 2014
By rjk - Published on Amazon.com
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Having this tool made short work for drilling into concrete. Good price made it cheaper than renting. One of those tools that isn't needed often but makes the job of drilling through concrete a breeze when needed.
buyer beware -it only accepts SDS bits May 26 2014
By JmC - Published on Amazon.com
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The website description doesn't indicate that it only accepts special SDS bits, the box and caption state rotary hammer,so imagine my surprise when i tried inserting a rotary hammer bit for masonry and it wouldn't catch the bit.
i had already purchased a masonry bit for a rotary hammer drill.
thankfully i had also purchased a Hitachi DV18DBL earlier and the masonry bit fits fine.
the job probably would have gone faster if i was able to use the DH22PG but DV18DBL is no slouch either.
Plus it can be used in screwdriver , hammer and drill mode without additional attachments as does the DH22PG.
i couldn't find the attachment that Hitachi says is available so i could use it for drilling wood,metal etc with the DH22PG.
without the chuck attachment its a one hit wonder.
DV18DBL does it all without optional attachments.
the ad copy should boldly indicate you need an SDS bit.
if i needed the drill for masonry all the time i would certainly keep it, i like Hitachi products.
DV18DBL has a lifetime warranty vs one year with DH22PG.
so you choose - if its masonry all the time pick the DH22PG for Hitachi quality but if you need a dual purpose hammer drill out of the box that's multifunctional choose the DV18DBL
Does a good job for the price April 7 2014
By jre258 - Published on Amazon.com
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After burning up several small diameter masonry bits (5/32") using a yellow and black hammer drill and getting nowhere with the job, I saw this drill on Amazon and at the price I figured I might as well chance buying it. The price was slightly higher than what it would cost to rent a SDS drill but I figured after the cost of driving to and from the rental store, it would be a wash. The drill arrived when Amazon predicted it would. I was able to drill four holes into a poured concrete floor faster than I did with the hammer drill.
I wouldn't hesitate to buy it again.

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