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Product Description

From the Manufacturer
The best just turned turned 20 years old! The 20th Anniversary Bulldog has a 6.9 amp motor delivers 0 to 1,100 rpm and 0 to 6,150 bpm of concrete pounding power. The D-handle design and lightweight body give extra control, especially in overhead applications. Vario-lock positioning allows users to rotate and lock chisel into 36 different positions for the optimum work angle. Operates in hammer only, drill only, and hammer with rotation modes for versatility. Rotation is reversible for fastening applications.

Product Description
mfr: S-B POWER TOOL COMPANY - BOSCH 7/8" SDS-PLUS ROTARY HAMMER Tool-free bit changes with automatic bit locking - dust protection & max. impact transfer rate Multi-function selector 3 modes of operation - rotation only, rotary hammer & hammer only Variable speed reversing trigger; D-handle design Vario-Lock positioning rotates & locks chisel Includes: auxiliary handle & carrying case Double insulated; 6.9 Amp; integral clutch 11224VSR RTRY HAMMER D HDL SDS

Product Reviews



Great Tool!, February 16, 2004
Reviewer: John McQuitty


Great tool! I've used mine for drilling in concrete and wood - and it works superbly for that - but this weekend I used it to chip out some old floor tile and thinset. With a 1 1/2 inch chipping bit the old tile didn't stand a chance, and for taking out the thinset, it was particularly awsome. Key words here are 1) Gets the job done, 2) One tough tool, and 3) Very little vibration.
1) After a short learning curve, (Attack tile from the corners and where two tiles meet. Attack thinset at 90 degrees to the trowel grooves.) the tile and thinset basically flew off of there.

2) Tough tool. I ran the tool for about two hours straight before lunch and another two hours straight after lunch with only short breaks to clear debris. It never even whimpered, and was going as strong at the end as when I started. I noticed that it got a little warm, (So what did you expect?) and I kept checking it, but it never overheated. The Bulldog lives up to its name for toughness.

3) Very little vibration. Of course there is some. It is a hammer-chipper after all. However, for the record, the vibration is minimal - far less than my string trimmer, for example. After four hours working this thing, my hands and arms were never "numb." I was impressed. You can chip all day and not get beat up! The Bulldog is also a comfortable dog.

The ability to adjust the angle of the bit is a very positive feature. You can adjust it to what ever angle that is most effective or comfortable. The Bulldog is fairly light weight too. It won't wear you out just carrying it around, but it still packs a wallop.

As I mentioned, drilling with or without the hammer feature is awsome. You can set if for drill only, drill and hammer, or hammer only. This is one 5 star tool!

Furthermore, the Bulldog is very moderately priced. I learned long ago that cheap tools are no bargain - but good tools at a bargain price are! This is a good tool, and it doesn't cost that much either. By the way, I had another brand rotary hammer - about the same size - that comes dressed in yellow - sold it. This Bosch is leagues ahead of that other one.

Can it do everything - maybe not, but just about everything. I do have one of those big elephant-like rotary hammers for the REALLY BIG jobs, but 9 times out of 10, I reach for the Bosch Bulldog - and it gets the job done.

By the way - When using this tool or any other rotary hammer, wear safety glasses, a GOOD dust mask, ear muffs, and gloves. Don't skimp on any of those! I know there are some macho types out there that think that stuff is for wimps. Well listen, Bubba - You ain't bullet proof. The "wimps" will be out there making money while you are in the emergency room or getting fitted for hearing aids. Put on the safety gear! It's extremely important!

Good tool - quality tool. I like it. and I think you will too.
 

06/2004 - Quick edit - I like this tool so much that when the opportunity came along to acquire a used one, I bought it and now have two. Why? Just because it is a great tool, and I can have one in the truck and a back-up at home. JM
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Great Tool!, November 14, 2004
Reviewer: Mathew S. Nelson

I own a small home improvement/remodeling company, I have used this for some small demo jobs ie: removing ceramic tile with a 1.5" chisel. It's had plenty of power and works great. Fit/ finish is excellent and the case has plenty of room for all my bits. I highly recommend it!
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5+ stars for here too!, March 3, 2006
Reviewer: Frank M "frank_m"
The bulldog gets it done. I can't say enough about this tool. Its done everything I've asked it to do. From hammering through a 8 in slab, to drilling through 8 in block.
Of course, I don't use it everyday like a contractor, but I'de imagine for that kind of use, I'de buy one of the bigger bosch hammers for everyday punishment. The bits are somewhat pricey, but for good reason, they last! You will only probably need to buy them once.
For occasional to medium use, this is a winner!
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One tough little drill , February 24, 2006
Reviewer: J.B.
The company I work for recently had a $1000 Hilti hammer drill stolen. I needed to drill about 120 3/4" holes through a foot of concrete. A lot of the work was off of a ladder. I tried the Bulldog out just for kicks thinking it would burn up in no time. I went through two bits but the Bulldog is still alive and kicking. The drill is five years old and we had always used it in smaller applications before. Amazing piece of equipment for the money.
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worth every penny, November 19, 2005
Reviewer: Tim "the toolman" "Dr. Distructo"
Working for a disaster restoration company in so. cal. doing piece work construction, I need tools that do the job quickly and reliably without taking up half the bed space in the back of my truck. I am required to be a jack of all trades so to speak. This rotary hammer has never let me down! Just a word of caution- If you are planning to demo. the old garage or build a modern marvel, buy a bigger hammer. Remember- don't bring a knife to a gun fight! Use your better judgement and you'll be fine. As for the other 90% of us this tool will do just fine!
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Great drill!!, August 4, 2005
Reviewer: John S. Pember "Tool Geek"

I really like the feel of this drill. It rugged yet light weight. So far I have about 30 hours of use on it and have had no issues. I would definitely recommend this
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     I worked in construction for 38  years installing Linoleum Floors, Formica Counter Tops, Ceramic Tile and lots and lots of Carpenter Work.  Now that I have put in my time at the trades I am selling tools because I believe after all the years using them, I am qualified to guide you in finding the right tool for the job.  -  Just for fun here's a picture of a couple of my trucks from my Floor Covering business, also a picture of my garage and my little dog called Marbles.  -  I will post notes here and there throughout the web site on tools and things that I think are important and/or solve problems, based on my experience.  -  When I was young it seemed impossible to finish a job successfully because there would be a part that just couldn't be done.  Later I discovered that when you have all the tools for the job the most difficult project goes smoothly.  -  Also lets face it, having a good set of tools is one of life's greatest pleasures.  Not only that but it is a great boost to your ego when you receive complements a job you have done.
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