March 21, 2008

Bosch 11250VSRD Rotary Hammer with Dust Extraction

11250VSRD.jpgA rotary hammer, much like your voice after a few drinks, is not meant for the indoors. It's just too noisy and dirty for polite company. But now Bosch has cleverly taken care of at least half of the problem (the dirty part) with their 11250VSRD, the latest in their great line of Bulldog hammers.

The tool itself looks like any other high-quality Bosch rotary hammer, but what sets this one apart from the rest of the pack is the unique dust extraction system. The removable attachment clicks on the tool near the chuck and extends alongside the drill bit and then around the end of it, enclosing the area with a translucent cap. This allows for full visibility with maximum dust protection. Bosch also has a vacuum port for the tool that's sold separately.

In all other respects it looks to be on par with the rest of the Bulldog hammers. We use an older model all the time and it's a real workhorse. It's small enough for quick, little jobs, but strong enough for some of the bigger tasks. It's actually one of our favorite tools to use.

This tool will be available this summer so at least you have an excuse to put off that drilling work you have to do in the living room

When its available, the 11250VSRD will retail for about $260.

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Posted by Doug Mahoney at March 21, 2008 5:07 AM
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