Summary: I bought this workhorse to remodel my swimming pool coping and waterline tile. I used it for hours on end, chipping away the old mortar/cement coping that had been formed all the way around our pool. That was the hard part of the job. Chipping off the pool tile below the coping was super easy with this tool. I am sure that there are tile contractors that know how good this DeWalt tackles those jobs.....and maybe some masons and stucco guys who use it too.
Summary: Tried to chip up 12x12 porcelain tiles.....not enough guts in this thing. This would be good to clean up around repairs to pull up grout and small accent tiles....stay away from this for the big jobs.
Summary: I used the chipping hammer for a rather large job, removing floor tiles from our kitchen, foyer, mud room, hallway, on a 2700 sq feet home. The tiles/transitions were ALL removed from the subfloor in less that 2 hours!! The tool is light, easy to manipulate in different areas, and effective at lifting tiles. I have nothing negative to say about this product. It took more time to clean up the mess than it did to remove the tiles.
Summary: I needed a little chipper, to do small jobs so I decides to buy this because the price is good. the light weight is a plus; even my wife enjoys using it. It does not get to hot so you can use it without gloves. the power is a little better than another brand I presently have but this dosen't drill holes using standard sds drill bits. if it did it would be a a work of art for this reasons i gave it a four stars. even though it is light weight it is well built.