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Compact, versatile tool boasts the power to drive screws, fasten and drill. Variable speed trigger for total control of power. All-metal gears will last for many years. Impacts Per Minute IPM 3,100, Drive in. 1/4, Amps 2.9, Speed - No Load RPM 3,200, Max. Torque ft.-lbs. 88, Case Included Yes, Cordless No, Volts 115, Reversible Yes. Variable speed Lightweight aluminum gear housing Dual ball bearing construction Hex bit shank Ergonomic handle Externally accessible brushes
Ideal for deck builders, HVAC installers, plumbers, and electricians, the Makita Hex Drive Impact Driver Features an ergonomically designed handle for comfortable operation. With a maximum torque of 88.5 foot-pounds (1,062 in.lbs.), this tool packs enough power for heavy-duty use. A variable speed trigger (0 - 3,200 RPM) lets you match the tool speed to a wide variety of driving applications. A 2.8 AMP motor means high performance at up to 3,100 IPM, even on extended jobs. A reverse switch located near the trigger facilitates easy, one-handed operation. A lightweight cast aluminum gear housing stands up to the toughest jobsites, and a 1/4-inch hex bit shank makes changing bits easy and fast.
I got this in addition to the cordless driver that I have because I can use it for hours without having to stop to recharge. Read morePublished 1 month ago by K. Hooper
I have not tried other corded impact drivers, so consider that when you read this.
My other impact drivers are an air wrench, two Ridgid Jobmaxes, and a fantastic... Read more
it is worth the extra money. this thing drives anything you want it to drive.Published 3 months ago by Margarita
Very powerful tool. Decided to buy this one instead of cordless because I will use only occasionally and would lose batteries. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Peter R. Robinson
Excellent impact hammer. I don't need a hammer gun that often that I need a battery unit. I can run a cord for my projects and I don't have to worry about replacing expensive... Read morePublished 4 months ago by C. Conkey
the real deal. Prior to this, I had used my Hitachi cordless drill for nearly everything, but this is clearly a step up--of course this is an apples-2-oranges comparison. Read morePublished 5 months ago by J. Mount
This guy is a workhorse! Its a great tool to have. Its way better than the cordless impact drivers. See my video review here