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Should I look for some specific features when buying or using a hammer drill?

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There are a few features you may want to pay attention to include: A Depth Rod mounted to the drill lets you know when the bit reaches the desired depth; Variable Speed Selection allows you to adjust the drill for specific jobs. Use high speed for small holes and low speed for large holes; Reverse can retrieve a hopelessly stuck bit; Removable Side Handles give the operator better control in normal use, and can be removed in confined spaces.

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