Bosch GBH 5-40 DCE

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Product information

Key specs

Created with Sketch. Drill type
Combi hammer, Hammer drill
Created with Sketch. Power supply type
Grid current
Created with Sketch. Type DIYer
Created with Sketch. Use drill for
Breaking (chiseling), Drill in plaster and soft stone, Drill in tiles and brick, Drilling in concrete
Created with Sketch. Impact force
8,8 J

Pros and cons

According to our drill expert
  • Pros:
    The drill capacity of up to 90 millimeters in concrete is enough for very heavy drill jobs.
  • Pros:
    Thanks to the rotation stop you also use the Combi hammer for demolition work.
  • Pros:
    Thanks to the handy case, the Combi hammer is easy to transport.
  • Con:
    With a weight of 6.8 kilograms, using the hammer drill/Combi hammer for long periods of time isn't comfortable.
Product Expert electric drills

Concrete isn't a material you can pierce with any drill. But with the Bosch GBH 5-40 DCE hammer drill, you can be sure that drilling isn't a problem, even in the hardest surface. The particularly high power of 1,150 watts and an impact force of 8.8 (!) Joule are properties that make this hammer drill extremely powerful. This makes it suitable for drilling holes up to 90 millimeters in concrete. In the chisel position, the hammer drill produces up to 3,050 strokes per minute, so you can easily break every stone wall into pieces. Both the speed and the number of strokes can be set manually, giving you complete control over the job at all times. The drill head is equipped with an SDS-max input, helping your concrete drill bit or chisel to remain firmly in place during the rough work. The inevitable vibrations that this causes are damped as much as possible with the Vibration Control.

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