Is this a regular hammer killer?
I have to admit, I did not know that a tool such as this Auto Hammer even existed. When I first heard about it, I wanted to check it out! Skil was recently purchased from Bosch by Chervon and while I haven’t been much a fan of the new brand development, I think that their packaging and 12V tool offerings look to be pretty good. Therefore, I was excited to get the Skil Auto Hammer in the mail and check it out. In my video, I unbox it and test it out for the first time. At the end, I wrap up with my general thoughts on it. Hopefully you find this helpful! The video and more details are below.
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The auto hammer feels light in the hand.
The head rotates easily.
It is easy to operate, but it is LOUD.
The charger is nice design and the include USB plug-in is a nice touch.
The keyhole slots on the back make it easy to mount to the wall, or my battery charging station!
The plastic battery protector is also a nice addition.
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