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Product Description

From the Manufacturer
The DW567K D-handle hammer kit has a powerful 6.9 amp motor and variable speed from 0 to 1,150 rpm and 0 to 5,800 bpm. It features a built-in clutch to prevent sudden torque reaction and an electro-pneumatic hammer mechanism for fast drilling with a minimum amount of force. Dust seals prevent abrasive dust from entering the tool, prolonging tool life. Flip the switch to hammer only for light chipping, chiseling, and material-removal applications. Kit includes multi-position side handle, depth rod, and heavy-duty carrying case. The tool length is 16.25 inches. Includes five-piece SDS rock carbide bit set.

Features

  • 6.9 amp motor provides high performance and overload protection

  • Hard-hitting hammer mechanism for fast and efficient penetration

  • Electro-pneumatic hammer mechanism permits drilling with less noise, vibration, and engagement force than round shank hammerdrills

  • Chipping (hammer only) mode allows user to perform light chipping applications such as removal of mortar splatter

  • D-handle grip configuration for optimal control overhead

  • Fully sealed gearbox engineered for long life by keeping grease in and dust out

  • Switch and brushes designed for long life in dusty, contaminated environments

  • Compact size for easy access into tight spaces

  • User-friendly weight for extended periods of overhead drilling

  • Reverse feature assists in removal of Tapcon type fasteners

  • Variable speed allows for precise hole placement on work surface

  • Rotation-only mode for wood and metal drilling (using SDS-to-round shank adapter)

  • Factory-set clutch reduces sudden, high-torque reactions if bit jams

  • 360-degree side handle is easily adjustable for user preference or use in tight spaces

  • Also available in 220 volts

  • Specifications

  • Amps: 6.9 amps

  • Switch: variable-speed reversing

  • Concrete drilling: 1 inch

  • Chipping: yes

  • Wood/steel drilling: 1.5 / 5 inches

  • No-load speed: 0 to 1,150 rpm

  • Loaded speed: 0 to 820 rpm

  • Blows per minute: 0 to 5,800 bpm

  • Impact energy: 1.77 ft./lbs.

  • Clutch: yes

  • Tool length: 16.25 inches

  • Tool weight: 6.6 lbs.

  • Includes

  • 360-degree side handle

  • Depth rod

  • Heavy-duty kit box

Warranty
This DeWalt high-performance industrial tool comes with a warranty package that includes:
30-day, no-risk satisfaction guarantee
One-year free service contract
One-year warranty

Product Reviews



DeWalt DW567KK not living up to expectations, February 4, 2003
Reviewer: W. A. Freeman Jr.
I purchased this tool last March using it ocassionally. On one ocassion I chipped mortar off some cinder block so I could frame a door opening. Then I used it to drill 5/16" x 2" deep holes in brick to install shutters. The other day I used it to hammer-drill 15, 1/2" holes in concrete to assist with cutting out a slot in 8" concrete to allow underground power to go up a wall to the main panel on a new house. I used it for about 45 minutes, with a few breaks for me to rest. Then I pulled out the chisel for this tool and used the hammer selection along with a sledge hammer to bust out the concrete. It did great until I started smelling something burning. The black oil started showing up in the chuck on the drill bits. Now it is off to DeWalt for repair. Should last longer than this. Dissappointing. 
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DeWorthless, June 10, 2000
Reviewer: Scott E. Bounds
Scott Bounds - General Contractor/ Cowen Heights , CA -----Owner - Bounds Construction General Contracting -----Owner - Precision Doors and Windows -----Owner- New World Kitchen and Bath -----Tester- SBC Tool Review
I bought this tool and put it to the test,and it failed miserably.Fortunately our # 1 supply Yard (Ganahl Lumber) was kind enough to take this thing back(broken! ).It was used by one of my crews for exactly six man hours before heading south!This tool is for lightweights only.If you plan on chipping stucco,tile, or plaster or plan to drill hold downs or anything more than your basic pinner hole this is the wrong tool.Need to hammer any concrete, plan on all day if it doesn't break first.Our company owns models made by AEG, Bosch,and Milwaukee that far outperform this tool @ the same price or less.My new Milwaukee 18v cordless drill on hammer setting will out drill this thing and it doesn't have 110v ac pushing it. For relatively the same price you will be much happier with a Bosch Bulldog comparable model. Sorry, DeWalt, but you can't supply poor tools and rest on your laurels.For the record I am completely unbiased and own other Dewalt tools that perform well, just not this one!
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Great for home handymen, June 16, 2001
Reviewer: John Jensen (Tucson,AZ) - See all my reviews
I have a hammer drill that I have used for several years with disappointing results. After researching several rotary hammers, I selected the DeWalt based on rated power, bit capacity, D style handle, overall length and cost (I must admit I also like the bright yellow color). I used the chisel mode to remove tile from two bathroom shower/tubs and stubborn thinset from floor tile. The tool worked great. I can now also sink holes into aged concrete with ease. I like it; it is a good tool for jobs involving aged concrete.
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Worst tool I ever owned, February 25, 2001
Reviewer: frank russo (Hillsborough, New Jersey United States) - See all my reviews
I am a retired bricklayer. I do many odd jobs now to keep me busy. I bought this toolbecause I thought it would be a help in my line of work. It performed miserably. I used it to mix some grout for a tile floor. On the second pail of grout, the drill burned out. Don't buy this item. You will be totally disappointed. Go with the bosch SDS hammer. It is a much better item.
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Great For what I need, October 29, 2000
Reviewer: Bruce Miller (Vancouver, WA) - See all my reviews
Being a serious home improver and a former carpenter, this is a great tool for my periodic use. Boring up to 1" holes in concrete for anchors, wire access etc is made easy with this tool. Not too useful for hammering, unless you're working on cinderblock or other softer masonry, but fine for cleaning up rough concrete surfaces. Good selection of SDS bits... and reasonably priced. If you're a home owner with periodic small scale concrete/block work, this'll do fine. For heavier work, I'd go with something a bit bigger

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