XtremepowerUS Industrial 55 Joules Demolition Jack Hammer Concrete Breaker 35-Pound w/ 2 Chisel Bit Carrying Case

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It is perfect for demolition, trenching, chipping, breaking holes in concrete, block, brick, tile stucco, housing foundation removal, concrete slab, oil chimney and much more!

It accepts 1-1/8 in. hex shank bits; Delivers 1800 BPM for fast demolition (Scrapping ASIN: B074PHFBVQ / Scoop Shovel ASIN: B074PGFX5S *Sold Separately*)

Adjustable 360 degree foregrip provides extra control that makes it easy to conveniently adjust based on the positioning you need for the job at hand

Ideal for Home and Commercial with the voltage of 110v/60 HZ, it’s suitable for you to use it at home and business

Including Electric Demolition Jack Hammer with bull point chisel, flat chisel, pair of protective gloves, protective goggles, hex wrenches

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‎50 pounds

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‎26.5 x 5.9 x 8.75 inches

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‎Plastic, Metal


‎110 Volts



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#283,273 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement)#43 in Concrete Chisels

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March 14, 2017

8 reviews for XtremepowerUS Industrial 55 Joules Demolition Jack Hammer Concrete Breaker 35-Pound w/ 2 Chisel Bit Carrying Case

  1. scidhumouse

    OK so you’re on the fence about whether you should spend the money to buy something that’s half the price of other units. The one at HF is twice the price of this one. The other name brands much more expensive. You won’t go wrong with this one. I got the higher powered one and it performs flawlessly! I had to cut/chip away a 4′ x 4′ solid piece of cement that someone left me to hold a basketball hoop up. Took all but a few hours which was very good given the fact it was such a big piece. You’ll have to fill it with oil. I went to Auto Zone to buy Shell’s Rotella Oil. All it is is a heavier duty diesel oil. I got Synthetic T4 15W-40. Worked very well! I was faced with having to rent a machine to remove the cement I wanted to get rid of, but I was having a hard time willing to fork out big bucks for a 4 hour rental. Usually, I bring home these rentals to find that there’s something wrong with the equipment. I then have to return it to exchange it for one that works. Sometimes many trips have to be made. So, I’ve given up on rentals for that reason and went with this. I can keep it for future use or just sell it for dollars below what I paid for it. So, if you’re on that fence on what to do, go for it! You’ll be happy that you can take your time and won’t have to worry about a quick return to avoid OT charges.Update 5/3/2020Found out that screw for handle wasn’t missing. My bad. There’s a knob that attaches to the lug screw for the jackhammer handle. This isn’t the main handle with the trigger. This is the other handle for guiding the jackhammer when in use. This is an AWESOME JACKHAMMER! WOULD BUY AGAIN!!!

  2. DB

    I bought this last year for a project but just got around to using it after I was quoted over $2k to excavate ~ 200 sqft of dirt up to 3 ft deep from our side yard. With the shovel attachment it turned rock hard dirt into dust in seconds, then would just follow up with extremely easy hand shoveling.For the price it’s basically disposable vs. other options.

  3. K

    The media could not be loaded.  This thing is BEAST! We used it to break away old concrete from a few posts. It’s heavy to use but cuts through like butter.

  4. YurFren

    The jack hammer worked great!! Better than expected for what its worth. I bought it for the people who worked on my retaining wall. By knowing that the price for a decent jack hammer would easily cost 4 times what I paid for this item, they all laughed when I told them how much I paid for it. But when they saw it perform everyone wanted one for themselves. They couldn’t believe the power that this item had. It can almost compete with the higher end brands. The only difference is if you really need a more powerful hammer for bigger jobs then it is suggested to get a name brand as this one will be lacking in power. But for small jobs of digging or breaking concrete this will be all you’d need. I don’t have any experience with other jack hammers so I don’t know how this would compare. I used this to break a 4″ concrete slab. I moved to different areas of the concrete but all in all it took me about 20 seconds to break it. Its really worth the money. I bought it from ihubdeal. Their service is top notch. I had issues with spare parts that came with the order and they immediately corrected the issue. The went as far as getting a replacement sent out by the manufacturer asap. I would buy from them again.

  5. BrokeWar

    so, I’m going to say it depends.I got the 2800 watt variant, which could do the job. what it depends on mostly is you. it’s not efficient for large jobs. well, because it’s still a hand tool. if your in ok shape and have the time and the will power to keep going it will take it.there is some technique though that can help.- everything you do needs to be with reducing effort. how you hold it, how you start.- don’t just keep the trigger pulled and move around, put it in place with it off push down and start. after you have it started you can change the angle if needed and use the trigger lock.- if you are exerting a lot of energy for one part of cement you won’t last till the job is done.- there is also a sweet spot in how much pressure to push down. a little that it’s hammering but not so hard the bit is barely moving.- don’t try to take more then it can chew. if the section doesn’t break off within 15 seconds try a smaller chunk.these awful looking steps took me 2 days, totalling about 12 hours of work by myself. now I have a jackhammer for cheaper then it would cost to rent one.oh it doesn’t come oiled. I just threw some transmission oil in it I had lying around, is it right, no, but worked no issues for me.

  6. Steve

    After using this for a few months this little guy worked out just fine for what we do… most projects we use this on is to open up the concrete floor about 8” wide and 3-5 feet long most often about 4-5 in thick concrete.It beats renting one from Home Depot at 70-90 bucks each time, it’s way lighter than the rental ones… and it’s now paid for itself after the second use… we’re now on our 11th or 12th job and it’s been just fine !!!! We’re are even thinking about getting two more for our other departments to use…. awesome little jack hammer ! For what we do with it….

  7. Impact9

    Ok I’ll be honest, it’s a jack hammer. Chinese made and for the price it is hard to beat but…. This is not something you want to use for big jobs. I’m talking taking out a patio slab. It’s not the way you want to do it. Using a walk behind wet saw is much faster but you will need this for tighter areas the saw can’t reach. I’ll be using this to demolish concrete steps this afternoon. No doubts it’ll get the job done

  8. Daniel

    The hammer is much lighter than a full size hammer , is easy to maneuver and can be lifted with one hand. Despite its lighter weight, it has the power of a full size hammer and quickly broke up 4 inch concrete slab. The cost is less than a two day rental. The rolling carrycase makes it easy to transport and store. I would buy it again.

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