Bosch 11264EVS 1-5/8 SDS-Max Combination Hammer

January 1, 2014 - Comment

Unmatched Power to Weight Ratio – 13 Amps, 8.1 ft-lbs Impact energy & 14.3 lbs – Best performing rotary hammer in its class!; Active Vibration Control™ – Vibration reduction in the hammer mechanism and the grip area provides maximum user comfort for extended periods of work; One-Hand™ SDS-max® – One-hand tool free SDS-max® system makes

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Unmatched Power to Weight Ratio – 13 Amps, 8.1 ft-lbs Impact energy & 14.3 lbs – Best performing rotary hammer in its class!; Active Vibration Control™ – Vibration reduction in the hammer mechanism and the grip area provides maximum user comfort for extended periods of work; One-Hand™ SDS-max® – One-hand tool free SDS-max® system makes changing bits easier than ever before while maximizing jobsite productivity; Constant Response Circuitry- Maintains speed under load and overload protection; TurboTM Power — delivers 20% more power in hammer only mode; Vario-Lock™ Positioning – Rotates and locks chisel into 12 different positions; Auto-Max™ variable speed Dial – Ensures maximum speed every time the tool is turned on; Service Minder™ light — indicates when preventative maintenance is required; Patented cord turret – Reduces cord wear; Includes: (1)360 deg. Auxiliary Side Handle and (1) Carrying Case.

Product Features

  • Unmatched Power to Weight ratio – 13-Amp, 8.1-Feet lbs Impact Energy and 14.3-Pound – Best Performing Rotary Hammer in its class!
  • Active vibration control – vibration reduction in the hammer mechanism and the grip area provides maximum user comfort for extended periods of work.
  • One-handed SDS max – one-handed tool free SDS max system makes changing bits easier than ever before while maximizing jobsite productivity.
  • Constant response circuitry – maintains speed under load and overload protection.
  • Turbo power – delivers 20-Percent more power in hammer only mode

Comments

P. Schmidt says:

Personal Weapon or Most Expensive Tool in Shop? As with many homeowners, I have occasional need for a hammer drill-type tool, and have happily rented one for $50 a day as required. Lately, I had a three week project that involved concrete chiseling, asphalt cutting, rebar driving, concrete and cinder block drilling, and tamping of crushed limestone and cold-patch asphalt. Let’s see, $50 x 3 x 7 = $1050 = “too much”, time to buy the tool that can do all this, assuming it can be had for less than the rental.After much Googling,…

Analytical Book Reader says:

What I expected and more I researched rotary hammers for a month or so, finally settling on the 11264EVS while looking at DeWalts, Milwaukees and a Hilti. I only have a few hours on the unit but so far I am completely satisfied with my purchase. The shock absorbing handle is actually all that it is stocked up to be. I have used older rotary hammers and they can punish your wrists, especially on long days of use. With this unit, just sit back and let the hammer do the work.The power has been sufficient for…

GuyFromWisconsin says:

Hammer In Luxury I use the Bosch 11264EVS on big jobs that are too much to handle for my cordless hammer drill. This thing hammers through concrete, brick, block, and stone instantly. I have to say that this is the best performing hammer I have ever used. You can tell its quality just by picking it up and holding it. Changing bits and chisels can be done one-handed with the easy locking mechanism. The vibration dampening handle is amazing. I’ll never by another hammer drill without this feature. It is hard to…

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