Bosch 11255VSR-RT BULLDOG Xtreme 1-Inch SDS-plus D-Handle Variable-speed Rotary Hammer

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Last updated on January 23, 2024 5:11 pm
  • Bosch 11255VSR-RT BULLDOG Xtreme 1-Inch SDS-plus D-Handle Variable-speed Rotary Hammer

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      Bosch 11255VSR-RT BULLDOG Xtreme 1-Inch SDS-plus D-Handle Variable-speed Rotary Hammer

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      Bosch 11255VSR-RT BULLDOG Xtreme 1-Inch SDS-plus D-Handle Variable-speed Rotary Hammer (Renewed)

      ★★★★★
      $166.23  in stock
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      as of January 23, 2024 5:11 pm
      Brand

      Bosch

      Power Source

      Corded Electric

      Maximum Rotational Speed

      1300 RPM

      Voltage

      120 Volts

      Amperage

      7.2 Amps

      Maximum Chuck Size

      13 Millimeters

      Color

      Black Blue

      Special Feature

      Variable-speed

      Product Dimensions

      24"L x 12"W x 5.5"H

      Speed

      1300 RPM

      Item Weight

      11.5 pounds

      Maximum Power

      850 Watts

      Manufacturer

      Bosch

      Part Number

      11255VSRRT

      Item model number

      11255VSRRT

      Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

      No

      Item Package Quantity

      1

      Special Features

      Variable-speed

      Batteries Included

      No

      Batteries Required

      No

      Battery Cell Type

      Lithium Ion

      Warranty Description

      Reconditioned Bosch products have a One-year warranty through the Bosch factory or an authorized service center

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      983 reviews for Bosch 11255VSR-RT BULLDOG Xtreme 1-Inch SDS-plus D-Handle Variable-speed Rotary Hammer

      1. D. Brown

        Very Nice. I purchased this tool for a single project, working on our new front porch. The design calls for 12 3/8″ holes to be bored into a 15-year-old concrete slab for mounting strike anchors. So far I’ve drilled four of the holes, and I must say that this tool has turned what I was expecting to be a real fight into a pleasure.Prior to this, my only experience with drilling masonry was an attempt two years ago to mount a door stop into a freshly-laid tile-over-slab floor. I managed that installation with a quarter-inch impact-rated masonry bit, the hammer drill setting on my Milwaukee cordless drill, and a great display of stubbornness. Boring the inch-deep hole took nearly ten minutes, and totally destroyed the masonry bit. As you can imagine, when this project came up and demanded TWELVE holes of half again the diameter and four times the depth, I decided that some better tooling was on the list. This Bosch DELIVERED.Each hole took perhaps twenty seconds to drill into the aged concrete, using a 10″ Bosch bit purchased from a local big-box store, and the bit looked as good at the end of the four as it did at the beginning. After brushing off the dust, you’d never know it had been used at all.A few closing notes:1: Wear ear plugs, this is a LOUD tool.2: I vastly over-purchased for the job, but in this case overkill makes the project EASY.3: This reconditioned tool looks new. There was a very slight amount of concrete dust on it, and it came in a ‘reconditioned’ cardboard box instead of the normal one. If it had been in a normal box, I would never have even noticed it wasn’t brand new from the factory. A heck of a deal!UPDATE – 02/16/11I’ve used the tool several more times since I wrote the review. I drilled ten more 1/4″ holes in a second slab of the same age as the first, to a depth of two inches (using the stop rod) to install floor anchors for some trim strips in our lower level. As before, performance was smooth, powerful, effective and loud. I have another project coming in the following months (installing a gate and post adjacent to a concrete retaining wall) that will require additional drilling, this seems to be the kind of tool that possession ends up breeding ideas for its use!UPDATE – 01/07/16Just used it again, this time to drill four very small-diameter holes with a Tapcon-branded bit, to hold down a new doorjam in the shop with (surprise) tapcons. Worked great, still just as awesome and as noisy as ever. Drilled two inches deep into fifteen-year-old concrete in a matter of just a couple seconds.

      2. JDP55

        $160 Bosch bulldog beats $400 dewalt DCH293B. I recently bought the Bosch bulldog because my DeWalt DCH293B 20V Max XR Brushless 1‑1/8″ Rotary Hammer, Broke for the second time and was sent off for service. So I bought what I would consider a cheap replacement boy was I wrong I bought the rotary hammer that has replaced my expensive Dewalt rotary hammer. I was blown away by the feel but more importantly the power and the ability of what the Bosch Bulldog could do. I can’t believe $160 rotary hammer beats a $400 rotary hammer but it does I guess the saying of you get what you pay for it isn’t true. If you need a great rotary hammer for an extremely reasonable price check out the Bosch bulldog I would definitely recommend it to a friend and when I buy another one it will be a Bosch bulldog or whatever line Bosch has at that time. The Bosch bulldog beat the DeWalt DCH293B in overall performance and in my humble opinion seems to be a better quality may as well. DeWalt DCH293B 2 repairs with about 3 hours of total run time. (Benched, I haven’t touched the DeWalt since receiving the Bosch bulldog and have no plans on using it again)Bosch Bulldog going strong with about 4 hours of total use time.

      3. Thomas James Lovell

        Works well. The product I received looked new. I needed it to chip away small amounts of concrete and it worked great.

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