Bauker tools review: Product Description! Maximum drilling capacity: wood 35mm, metal 13mm, masonry 13mm. Maximum torque: 40Nm. Variable speed with reverse. LED work light and rubber over mold grip. No load speed: 0-400/0-1500rpm.
I’m getting to need a hammer drill to drill 10 large holes in a concrete floor. My first thought was to rent one for the day. instead of risk boll#xing up my very own drill. Then I made a decision to travel looking online for an appropriate drill to shop for. the thought was/is that if it drilled the ten holes & lived I’d have a spare drill. If it dies part way through the work I’ll take it back & get a replacement to end the work.
- Technical Details
- Power Source Battery-powered
- Voltage 18 volts
- Batteries included? No
- Batteries Required? No
- Battery description Lithium-Ion
If your floor is anything like my garage floor you will need something a damn site more substantial than that, my corded black and decker hammer with new bosch masonry bits hardly touched it…. Just saying
I’ve already drilled a test hole to see the depth of concrete 2Fast. My current corded drill with an 8mm bit got right down to the specified depth relatively easily. Just unsure how it might deal with a way larger bit & x 10 holes.
I guess the thanks to checking out it’s to see it comes with an RTB warranty. Then provides it a go. I do not really have anything to lose except time if it is not up to the job. Just thought I’d ask you guys if you had first-hand experience with Bauker power tools.
The spec rates it up to 16mm Callumity but I really need 19mm holes. I figured that by using your method of piloting holes first & many glasses of water & cooling off breaks. It should accomplish the job. My primary reason for this thread is to collect feedback on whether Bauker power tools are nearly as good as the specs claim they are.
I purchased an inexpensive Silverline grinder to wash out old mortar before re-pointing a wall. The f#ckin thing only lasted 10 mins! it had been approx £20. I took it back & swapped it for a special brand (but still a cheapy) costing approx £30 & it had been faultless. It completed the work & it’s still going strong 5yrs later.
So, are Bauker Silverline quality (or lack of it), or are they an equivalent quality to that replacement grinder?