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Hyper Tough 6.0 Amp 1/2" Corded Hammer Drill

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Walmart.com has Hyper Tough 6.0 Amp 1/2" Corded Hammer Drill for $17.62. Select free store pickup if stock is available, otherwise shipping is free on $35+ orders. Thanks USB2
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Cheap corded hammer drill. Store price is $24.84
Get online for free pick up at the store. Or ask for price match to online price $17.62 at the store

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Got 1. Thanks.
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Good deal if you don't plan on setting any anchors larger than 1/4". Much better off with a drill that handles SDS bits if you plan on setting a lot of anchors in block or concrete.
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These look like Black and Deckers. Don't forget the 3 year protection for $3.
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Would this be good for mixing paint, thinset, grout, etc.?

I've got an old-time huge drill from 500 BC that I abuse for those tasks, but it gets really hot and has a nasty-old cord. Might be smart to spend $20 on something that might be a little safer.
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Would this be good for mixing paint, thinset, grout, etc.?

I've got an old-time huge drill from 500 BC that I abuse for those tasks, but it gets really hot and has a nasty-old cord. Might be smart to spend $20 on something that might be a little safer.
Yes, if you get the protection plan. I've used these cheap drills to mix paint, but grout and other thicker materials will burn out the cheap motor.
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These look like Black and Deckers. Don't forget the 3 year protection for $3.
I got the Hyper Tough 20V Li-ion cordless drill, also a clone of popular B&D drill. It's actually pretty nice, well worth the $5 clearance price. Thanks for posting this, I'll check out my store.
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Perfect, need to drill some concrete and the trusty 20 yr old Black and Decker corded keeps slipping
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Would this be good for mixing paint, thinset, grout, etc.?

I've got an old-time huge drill from 500 BC that I abuse for those tasks, but it gets really hot and has a nasty-old cord. Might be smart to spend $20 on something that might be a little safer.
That's an old tool! Was it plugged into a currant bush originally?
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In for one to replace a Harbor Freight hammer drill that burned out while mixing thinset.
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Variable speed. Nice. The cheapest harbor freight one isn't variable speed. I might pick one up even though I drill concrete one every three years.
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Would this be good for mixing paint, thinset, grout, etc.?

I've got an old-time huge drill from 500 BC that I abuse for those tasks, but it gets really hot and has a nasty-old cord. Might be smart to spend $20 on something that might be a little safer.
If you don't want the heat, you'll have to buy a more expensive drill with a brushless motor.
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Variable speed. Nice.
Assuming that variability is due to your intentional finger press and not shoddy electronics, which is not at all a bet I'd like to take on a <$18 drill.
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Picked this up today with 3 yr warranty.

Drilled 6 - 3/16" x 2" deep holes in concrete in a few minutes. No slippage and no problems.

Improvement over the trusty 3/8" 3A Black and Decker that like 20yrs old.
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