dealsvariable speed reversible hammer drill for $24.99

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I've got one of these I picked up 2 years ago for a specific project - still going strong.

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I have one of these that I picked up about 7 months ago. Drilled a few holes in some landscaping timbers, never even used the hammer function. The trigger started going on the fritz and now does not function at all. Glad I got the extended warranty, now I just need to get my ass out to Harbor Freight. Hopefully the next one will be more like mtm2's.

/was a decent drill when it worked.

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Every time I've ever needed to drill into concrete, it's been to set an anchor bolt.
They've all needed to be set around 4 to 5 inches. This drill has a depth of 1/2 inch for concrete?
Probably wont work for my needs.

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@killjoy: That's very likely a diameter, not depth, rating.

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@killjoy: I've drilled 5 inches or so into concrete with mine.

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@killjoy: ??? The drilling depth depends on the length of the drill bit.

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In for one. $34.62 total with tax and $6.99 shipping.

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@profesir1: Can't stack the coupons. I always look to see which one gives the best break and use it.

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@killjoy: No, the CHUCK is 1/2 inch. The depth is only limited by the drill bit length.

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I just ordered one. $33 bucks total.

I borrowed my friends to install a chimney cap on top of my chimney. I could not get anywhere with my Makita regular drill with masonry bit. Once I started using this, the holes were going through like butter. A must have at this price.

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@mtm2: If you go into the store, depending on the cashier you can double them. I've had the cashier double the coupons for me before, and others who would not.

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I bought one of the previous models (orange color) several years back. This is one of the first products that got me liking Harbor Freight. After building a deck (had a DeWalt deck screw gun go out during that project) and pre-drilling holes for a privacy fence, being dropped onto concrete a few times in the garage, and normal use over the years, it's still going strong. The only problem is that the switch to go from hammer drilling to regular has loosened up lately and likes to jump into the middle which makes it seem like the clutch is going out. After a few rounds with that, I just duct taped the switch to the regular drilling side and keep using it.