|Item Weight||5.3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||8.6 x 12.6 x 4.1 inches|
|Item model number||DW059B|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Battery Cell Type||NiCAD|
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DEWALT Bare-Tool DW059B 1/2-Inch 18-Volt Cordless Impact Wrench (Tool Only, No Battery)
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- 300 ft-lbs of maximum torque,1,650 rpm/2,600 bpm for fast application speed
- Preferred rocker switch design for fast and easy fastening
- Comfort grip provides maximum comfort
- Durable magnesium gear case, all metal transmission, heavy-duty impacting mechanism directs torque to fastener without kickback
- Tool only (battery not included)
Accessorize Your Impact Wrench with an Impact-Ready Socket Set
The DEWALT 10-piece 3/8-inch drive socket set includes the eight most common sockets and two 1/4-inch adapters. The pivoting organization pins allow for customized application-based storage. These sockets have a small foot print, are easy to carry, and feature large laser-etched markings that make each socket easily identifiable.
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|Dimensions||4.13 inches x 8.63 inches x 12.63 inches||8.63 inches x 4.13 inches x 12.63 inches||5 inches x 8 inches x 7 inches||8.38 inches x 3.8 inches x 8.25 inches|
|Item Package Weight||5.65 pounds||5.85 pounds||2.45 pounds||3.35 pounds|
|Voltage||18 Volts||18 Volts||18 Volts||18 Volts|
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Offering first-rate performance and durability along with exceptional ergonomics, the versatile DEWALT DW059B 18-volt, 1/2-inch cordless impact wrench makes quick work of sticky fasteners and tough fastening applications. The 1/2-inch-drive impact wrench delivers both rotation (1,650 RPM) and concussive blows (2,600 BPM) directly to the fastener for an impressive 3,600 inch-pounds of maximum turning force. It's powered by DEWALT's 18-volt cordless batteries (not included).
Powerful, Two-Directional PerformanceThis DEWALT 18-volt cordless XRP impact wrench is capable of delivering a maximum of 3,600 inch-pounds (300 foot-pounds) of torque, making it an ideal choice for heavy-duty fastening applications. Whether you're securing lag screws or using the impact wrench to loosen sticky nuts and bolts, you'll appreciate the wrench's versatile and consistent performance. With the ability to deliver 1,650 RPM and 2,600 BPM, this impact wrench lets you quickly complete tough tasks. A convenient rocker-switch makes it simple to switch between forward and reverse modes.
Comfort and Convenience
Featuring a comfort grip and all-metal gear case that is durable, lightweight, and well balanced, this impact wrench is easy to control--even at the end of a long work day. It weighs a modest 7.55 pounds, and it measures 10.75 inches in length.
In addition, the wrench's heavy-duty impact mechanism directs torque to the fastener without creating kickback. The wrench's magnesium gear case and all-metal transmission provide the durability you need under heavy loads.
This DEWALT cordless tool does not come with a battery or charger. It's compatible with the DC9096 18-volt XRP battery pack and DW9117 15-minute charger.
This DEWALT tool is backed by a three-year limited warranty covering any defects due to faulty materials or workmanship (from the date of purchase). It's also covered by DEWALT's one-year free service contract, where DEWALT will maintain the tool and replace worn parts caused by normal use--for free.
What's in the Box
One DEWALT DW059B 18-volt 1/2-inch cordless impact wrench and operating instructions (batteries and charger sold separately).
Use this impact wrench to secure lag screws or loosen and tighten nuts and bolts (view larger).
Top Customer Reviews
While I've found this impact wrench to be more than capable, it has two major short-comings for those considering a battery operated impact for shop/professional use.
First, the anvil incorporates a detent pin, for retaining the socket. This makes the placing/changing a socket on the impact difficult, for most sockets. While those sockets with considerable wear usually go-on without much fight, most sockets either have to be forced onto the anvil, or the detent pin has to be manually depressed to get the socket to slip over the pin. Removing the socket can be even more problematic, if the detent pin is accidently placed into the retainer-hole that is drilled into most impact sockets. You must use a small diameter phillips or torx screwdriver to manually depress the detent pin, before it will release the socket.
Second, the "trigger" switch is non-standard and functionally poor in design. Unlike most impacts, the switch is a pivoting type of rocker-switch that is approximately 2" in length. This requires you to either reposition your hand to change from removing a bolt/nut to tightening a bolt/nut - or to use your index finger for removal and ring-finger to tighten. Several people "inadvertently" used the impact in the wrong direction before getting use to the rocker-switch, and in one case significant shop-time was wasted extracting a bolt that was sheared as a result.Read more ›
Get it if you need something small (relatively) that can remove multiple sets of wheels without breaking a sweat.
Only gripe...the trigger. It isn't like a regular dewalt drill where there is the button you push back and forth to change the direction the drill goes when you pull the trigger, the trigger has an upper and lower portion...a little harder to use but fine none the less.
I already had a 18v dewalt drill with a nicad battery. The battery is about 1 year old with not much use. At first when receiving this impact drill, I felt weak power so right away I made sure by fully charging the battery I had and trying it out. It worked well, but with automotive you know there are some stubborn bolt/nuts because of normal oxidation and things. So I would use heat/breaker bar then this which worked fine.
So just a month ago I bought the new dewalt lithium-ion battery with charger. Charged the battery and it sat for like 2 weeks. Finally had some work to do on a car where my elcheapo air tools frustrated me. Pulled out the impact drill and plugged in the new battery.
This beast blasted nuts off that I even had a hard time with a 18 inch breaker bar(more to do with position clearance; I have some guns on my arm).
So I came to the part where I put the new parts in. Normally I would torque to specs but I would at least use the drill to get close where i don't need to ratchet. I accidentally broke a bolt with this drill. It works so fast that I wasn't able to release and sure enough it snapped off the bolt with nut. Luckily it was an easy fix but I just wanted to warn people not to underestimate the ft pounds mentioned on this tool.
great job dewalt and great job amazon for price and delivery.
I bought this for general home use (auto lugs nuts, garden equipment, etc), and overall it works... as long as the nuts don't require more than 150 ft/lbs of torque to remove. In fact, you don't have to worry about stripping or snapping lug nuts with this tool because it doesn't have the muscle.
This isn't intended to be a negative review but I felt compelled to share my experience with others so you at least know what to expect. This is a fine tool but it will not perform to the manufacturers specs - not even close.
To be sure I tested it with a calibrated torque wrench and found that the tool tops out at around 150 ft/lbs! This is well above the torque rating for nearly every nut you'd be installing so, that's not a problem. The problem is getting those stuck nuts off, which is the reason most of us want this wrench. More than once I had to use a breaker bar to remove nuts that required much less than the rated 300 ft/lbs of torque to break free. So, in that regard this tool is a big disappointment.
Otherwise this is a fine tool. The quality is good and it appears to be very durable. Potential buyers should note that there are two options for the anvil: Pin Detent and Hog Ring. Pin detents must be released with a small screwdriver or pin and are generally preferred when working overhead to prevent the socket from flying off or falling. Also, I found this wrench has less kickback than some of its competitors.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I never gave the DW059B the respect it deserved until I bought a big air compressor, air hoses, and air tools. Read morePublished 13 days ago by ferdrock
My favorite tool. Stays in my trunk and I swap out the battery every weekend. I wish I had got one years ago.Published 2 months ago by Chris Westbrook
item as described. excellent service, delivered on time. highly recomendPublished 2 months ago by SP
After using this thing for over a year now,I would have to say it's a great impact wrench.I'm sure the newer higher voltage models are better but for an 18v it works very well,Published 3 months ago by ALS
Better than my craftsmen, but still not as powerful as i would like to remove lug nuts.Published 4 months ago by Dan