TR Industrial TR89100
The TR Industrial TR89100 is well-priced for DIY enthusiasts or smaller construction companies needing several units. It’s been TUV tested and found to withstand 176 hours of continuous use, so you can get your work done quickly, if your body is up the the job.
The Milwaukee 5339-21 feels very robust, so you shouldn’t be worried about using it day after day to tear through concrete or tile, and it comes with a storage case for easy transport to and from job sites. It offers more hand positions than most other models, too.
The compact Eneacro SDS-Plus would be a great choice for those looking for an ultra-portable model, and its 16.42-pound weight makes it convenient for projects requiring a lot of mobility, like breaking down vertical brickwork.
The Bosch 11316EVS offers tool-free bit changes, so you can switch tasks quickly, as well as automatic bit locking for safety. Also, it is equipped with overload protection, which ensures that it will never overheat in the middle of a job.
The Makita HM0870C weighs just 11 pounds, making it well suited to horizontal work that requires you to hold it up for long periods. It’s efficient at quick removal of materials, and has a dual ball bearing armature in the motor for reduced rotational friction.
DeWalt D25901K SDS Max
The DeWalt D25901K SDS Max is built to survive years of use, with spring-loaded dust seals and a non-air pumping beat piece that won’t allow debris into the unit. It also includes vibration control to combat user fatigue, and a large, easy-to-access on/off switch.
The Makita HM1317CB features a counterbalance system that reduces the vibrations sent up into your arms and, instead, focuses more energy into the surface being worked on. It also boasts constant speed control, automatically applying more power as needed for tougher jobs.
The affordably-priced XtremepowerUS X1108 can help you dig up an entire driveway or rapidly remove bricks. It has a nice wide spade bit and a nearly 40-pound blow force, plus it comes with a protective storage case, work gloves, and two bit tips.
For those times when only the most powerful tool will do, there is the Makita HM1810X3 . It delivers 1,100 blows per minute with 70 pounds of force, driving them deep into any type of surface, from concrete to asphalt to brick.
The DeWalt D25980KB is probably not for the average home DIYer, but it will most definitely break through any surface you desire, and quickly. It has a 15-amp motor that creates 61 foot-lbs of impact pressure and features an electronic soft-start to minimize bit walking.