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Craftsman Professional 28129 8.0 amp Corded 1/2" Hammer Drill

Item# 00928129000P | Model# 28129 | Added on May 26, 2010 | Seller:
Craftsman Professional 28129 8.0 amp Corded 1/2" Hammer Drill
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8.0 amp Corded Hammer Drill Drives Through Any Material With Ease
Whether you're drilling through drywall or brick, the Craftsman Professional 1/2'' Hammer Drill should be your weapon of choice. This ½-inch drill features a powerful 8.0 amp motor can go from rotary to hammer drilling with a flip of a switch. An impact-resistant storage case protects your product and its accessories on the outside, while metal gear housing protects your drill on the inside.
With a variety of speeds to choose from, the 8.0 amp corded hammer drill can be perfectly matched to whatever material is being drilled, making it versatile enough to use on multiple jobs. This powerful workhorse is easy to hold onto and control for long periods of time, thanks to a soft-grip, adjustable auxiliary handle. A quick, effortless flip of a switch and your corded drill goes from forward to reverse mode, allowing easy exit and a chance to clear debris, and a manual spindle lock makes switching out chucks and bits a snap.

  • The Craftsman Professional 1/2'' Hammer Drill takes care of all your hammer drill needs with one simple device
  • A 10-foot cord gives you freedom to do a job far from an outlet
  • The Craftsman kit comes complete with a depth stop rod, power cord and owner's manual
  • Switch from rotary to hammer drilling with a single button.
  • The powerful variable speed rotary is 0-2800 RPM; while the variable speed hammer drilling is 0-44800 BPM
  • A 1/2 in. keyed steel chuck allows you to
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By SynysterX01
April 8th, 2008
Good starter Drill

I've used this drill a few times since purchasing it. I've owned it for a little over a month. It performed like a hammer drill should. I'm very wary about the plastic collar that the perpendicular stabilizing handle mounts to. It doesn't seem adequate enough for such a task. But the drill it self has the right amount of power. I used it to drill about and inch or two into solid concrete. And it went through brick like it was butter. I haven't had any heavy duty drilling beyond a couple of inches of I can't say if it's good for such things. But it seems like it would have the power to hold up.

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By vapoolcovers
July 9th, 2012
I do not recommend the craftsman hammer drill

This is the third drill that I have returned to Sears in two days. I started with the 7.5 amp professional hammer drill and moved up to the 8.0 professional hammer drill after the first two drills jamming on the trigger. After jamming, the drill would not stop and almost broke my leg after the bit got jammed and would not shut off. The chuck key design does not hold a bit. Here's a video to show the faults on the chuck.

7 found this review helpful
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great 1/2" craftman hammer tool


great tool, i always trust craftman tools and the way they perform.

November 14th, 2016 via mobile
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Replaced My Skil Hammer Drill


Had a similar Skil Hammer Drill that broke down, Skil wanted much more for replacement. Went to Sears and got Craftsman Hammer Drill for less, it worked just as good if not better than old Skill Hammer Drill. Drilled 12 holes in solid reinforced concrete wall 5 inches deep 1/2 inch diameter with no problems, almost like a "hot knife though butter".

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Gets the Job Done


I own several Craftsman Drills and this is by far my favorite, used it to drill holes into a concrete slab for storage shed, drilled through the cement like a hot knife through butter.

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Powerful. Good Value.


The on-line price is quite a bit lower than the in-store price even when it is sitting on the shelf in the store. Buy it on-line and pick it up at the store. No problem drilling 6" long 1/2" dia holes into concrete. The chuck uses a key but there is a place to hold the key on the cord next to the handle. For smaller masonry bits, I've noticed that the vibration from hammer drilling will loosen the chuck so I knocked off one star. I also used the regular drill mode to drill into wood and sheet steel. It seem to have a much higher rpm than my cordless DeWalt.

October 19th, 2016 via
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Quality Tool with handy features


Liked - adjustable grip, depth gauge, variable speed, switch between regular and hammer drilling, easy to hold and operate. Makes drilling in concrete and brick easy.

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Great Drill!!


Great price, came in as promised, drill is powerful and doesn't overheat. Grip is comfortable, not too heavy. I highly recommend!

October 14th, 2016 via
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the hammer drill comes in a hard case, aux handle and depth guide rod. the keyed chuck is closed with an included key and make sure to get in the hole good before you twist or you will strip your tool. make sure it's tight and put it into hammer mode and be sure to use a MASONARY DRILL BIT made of carbide to be able to do what this is intended for. variable trigger allows me to control the speed. drilled about 25 holes into concrete cement to build a patio covering the backyard. the corded option is a must for power demanding tools such as grinders, most types of saws, and heavy duty drills. I did not use the regular drill function because who doesn't have a normal cordless drill? those things are lifesavers

October 6th, 2016 via
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This drill is as good and better than most , will recommend

September 21st, 2016 via
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