Bosch 1191VSRK 120-Volt 1/2-Inch Single-Speed Hammer Drill

August 2, 2013 - Comment

The New Bosch 1191VSRK 1/2-inch VSR hammerdrill has a powerful 7 amp reversing motor and an ergonomic design engineered to provide the highest performance to weight ratio in its class. Use the selector lever to choose the hammerdrill or drill only for steel, wood, or aluminum. Kit includes 360-degree handle, depth gauge, and carrying case.

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The New Bosch 1191VSRK 1/2-inch VSR hammerdrill has a powerful 7 amp reversing motor and an ergonomic design engineered to provide the highest performance to weight ratio in its class. Use the selector lever to choose the hammerdrill or drill only for steel, wood, or aluminum. Kit includes 360-degree handle, depth gauge, and carrying case.

Product Features

  • Lightweight design is perfect for small diameter drilling applications
  • 7 amp motor provides the highest performance-to-weight-ratio in its class
  • 360 degree auxiliary handle, built-in quick release depth gauge provide wide range of movement
  • Compact design combines aggressive impact mechanism with more powerful motor
  • 2-mode selector easily coverts from rotation only to hammer drill

Comments

techbuff says:

tech_buff Being a Hitachi fan I was really dissapointed after a really bad experience with the China-Made Hitachi (FDV16VB2) that caught fire right out of the box!(believe it or not!)I looked around for another reliable light-medium duty hammer drill for typical home usage.And I am glad to have made this choice.With this beast, I was able to quickly raise the walls of my tool-shed by anchoring the red head screws into the concrete.Pros:* Rated for 5/8″ for concrete…

Adam Mathieson says:

Small contractor/Big Homeowner projects. I had been using my Dad’s 6-year-old Makita with a keyless chuck. There were a few design flaws with this drill #1: The 9 various bits which it came with had circular shanks and not hexagonal. 2#: the chuck was keyless (the only one I’ve seen in recent years in a hammer drill) #3: The supplied drill bits that came with the drill were far too short.All of these reasons led to constant slippage of the bit regardless of pressure or any other procedure listed in the manual…

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