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Compact and lightweight with class-leading torque, this wrench brings efficiency to a range of applications.
Internal Double Insulation Technology Increases Tool Life
The WR22SA boasts Exclusive Internal Double Insulation (IDI) technology, which significantly extends tool life and durability by protecting the motor from damage. And because the WR22SA's armature bearing is seated in aluminum--not plastic like the other guys--it can withstand the potentially damaging heat that's produced by extreme use.
The WR22SA's aluminum body provides additional protection and durability, so you'll get to use this wrench for a long time to come.
Full of User-Friendly Features
Like all Hitachi tools, the WR22SA is full of features that were designed with the user in mind. To start, a non-slip Elastomer grip reduces vibration, keeps you in complete control of the tool, and provides comfort for all-day jobs. What's more, the WR22SA is the most compact and lightweight wrench in its class, measuring just 11-15/16 inches in length and weighing 10.6 pounds--so it's plenty easy to maneuver and transport.
For further convenience, the WR22SA features a heat-resistant bumper that protects you, the tool, and the workpiece from bumps and scratches. Additionally, an easy forward/reverse rocker switch allows you to quickly change the direction of the 3/4-inch square drive chuck.
The WR22SA is backed by Hitachi's industry-leading Professional Five-Year Limited Warranty.
What's in the Box
WR22SA Impact Wrench, side handle, and carrying case.
This is a tough 3/4 inch electric impact wrench, better than Makita.Published 3 months ago by Hector M Rivera
Amazing quality and wow what a beast. Only thing not prepared for was the size and weight. I'll get used to the size and weight, just very happy about the great power.Published 4 months ago by Alekona
Simply the best for what it is. Nice high torque unit, handles constant everyday use and the elements quite well. Outlasts Milwaukee, DeWalt units by a mile. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Woodmeister