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Einhell TC-DH 43 SDS Hex Demolition Hammer | 240V, 1600W Concrete Breaker Pneumatic Drill - £129.98 @ Amazon

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  • 3998248_1.jpgThe Einhell TC-DH 43 Dowel Hammer is an indispensable tool for DIY enthusiasts to perform the most demanding demolition jobs. The 1600 watts provide the hammer with an excellent propulsive boost.
  • The additional grip of the crimping hammer has been designed to be adjustable to 180°, allowing the tool to flexibly adapt to any working position. The robust three-metre rubber-coated cable ensures maximum mobility.
  • The anchor hammer is immediately ready to use thanks to the supplied flat and pointed chisel. Comes with a handy carrying case
  • The maximum power will always be at your disposal, both at home and in the garden, thanks to the single percussion force of 43 Joule. The SDS (hexagonal) tool attachment ensures a quick and easy tool change.
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    I use one of these to break up toffee into smaller more chewy pieces.
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    Great price. I bought a similar model for about £50 more and been well worth having. Helped a few fencing jobs and don't know how I managed so long without one. Cheers Op
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    43 joules  thats not bad ..warning do not use this to take the skin off your rice pudding
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    I borrowed one of these the other day to break up "post-crete" used in old fence posts that were pretty deep. I could not have done the job without it. The weight of the tool it's self helped massively. I can highly recommend.
    It's a lot cheaper than hiring one ! (edited)
    I'm sure borrowing one is a lot cheaper than hiring one...
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    Another alternative to check out is Vevor
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    Pretty decent power but a pain in the backside to store, my mate groaned when I took it back to him saying he hoped I would have kept hold of it till he needed it back
    Lol Remiinds me of a winch I borrowed off my Brother  to remove tree stumps , he didnt want it returned - in that that he was happy for me to keep it untill the time he needed it back. Im still waiting for the call 20 years later. (edited)