Hitachi H45MR SDS Max Shank Demolition Hammer (Reconditioned)

Hitachi H45MR SDS Max Shank Demolition Hammer (Reconditioned)

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Condition: Grade A
Our Price $222.00
UPC Code: 717709007239

Availability: Out of stock

Hitachi H45MR SDS Max Shank Demolition Hammer (Reconditioned)
Description

Description

The H45MR SDS Max Demolition Hammer improves on the performance , durability and operability of its predecessors by producing 40% more impact energy (now the highest in its class), 45% less vibration and a 30% reduction in tool exertion.
Features

Features

  • Recognized by the International Forum for the Gold IF Design Award in 2003
  • 40% less vibration and a 30% reduction in tool exertion
  • Highest impact energy in its class at 9.2ft/lbs, 40% more chipping power
  • 8.3 Amp motor, increases productivity
  • Variable lock system, makes bit replacement simple and offers multiple tool angles for chiseling
  • Revolutionary IDI (Internal Double Insulation) technology, incorporated into the housing of the tool greatly improves reliability and extends the tool life
  • Soft, non-slip Elastomer grip handle, absorbs vibration and improves comfort and handling
  • Removable side D-handle, improves control and reduces vibration
Specifications

Specifications

Chuck SDS Max
SwitchVSR
Impact Rate3000bpm
Impact Energy9.2ft/lbs
Amps8.3
Chisel RotationVLM, 12-angles
Power Input950W
Tool Length17-7/8"
Tool Weight13lbs
Includes

Includes

Side Handle Injection molded carrying case Hex Bar Wrench Bull Point
Manuals

Manuals

View FileOwners Manual (PDF)    Size: (971.15 KB)Owners Manual (PDF) View FileParts Manual (PDF)    Size: (612.39 KB)Parts Manual (PDF)
Videos

Product Video

Reviews

Customer Reviews 5 item(s)

Big Sky Tool Reviews
The Hitachi H45MR SDS Max IS an awsome tool alot of power in a compact size. And the price is right from Recon Sales !!
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Review by Wayne Firestone / (Posted on 11/4/2011)
Big Sky Tool Reviews
love it, should have bought one years ago. Could have saved my elbow and finger joints.
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Review by jeff Hinck / (Posted on 7/8/2011)
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The trigger is junk. When I squeezed it to start demolition, the hammer went into action for a second or two and then stopped. Squeeze the trigger some more and the hammer would not even respond. A co-worker tried it. He managed to start the hammer by squeezing and releasing the trigger quickly. After a while, even he's too frustrated to give it another try. My Dewalt and Makita reconditioned hammers don't give me these problems. No more Hitachi for me from now on.
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Review by Matthew Chow / (Posted on 6/2/2010)
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Product needed to be sent to hitachi because it didnt hammer correctly. Unfortunately, I didnt use it till after the 15 day warranty which requires me to not send it back to your store, but to hitachi.
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Review by Louie Rocha / (Posted on 6/2/2010)
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The Demo Hammer was like new when I recieved it. I've used the heck out of it on concrete block and stucco remodeling and it has stood up well. Great price for a professionally reconditioned tool that seems like it will keep on hammering. Plan to use it to remove a ton of vinyl flooring soon...should make life easier.
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Review by AMAZON Eric Russo / (Posted on 5/10/2010)