Hammer drill/drivers can do everything a standard drill/driver can, plus they have the ability to drill in masonry applications. Many hammer drill/drivers have adjustable clutches and transmission speed so you always have the right settings for your job. The length of the head - mostly because of the keyless chuck - make it difficult to get into tight spaces, but lightweight compact hammer drill/drivers are available for those cases.
More powerful than a standard drill/driver and quieter than an impact driver, these tools are often preferred by people working with masonry applications.
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Makita HR2811F 1-1/8-Inch Rotary Hammer with LED Light - How to & Real User Review
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