|Item Weight||3.3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||18 x 16 x 4.3 inches|
|Item model number||WH14DL|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Battery Cell Type||Lithium Ion|
Hitachi WH14DL 14.4-Volt Lithium Ion Cordless Impact Driver
|Price:||$306.57 + $39.99 shipping|
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- Battery can be used in other Hitachi 14.4-volt tools for flexibility
- 1240-inches per pound of torque with (2) speed settings
- 2-piece motor with heavy-gauge copper coils for added power
- Comes with (2) Lithium-Ion batteries, a quicker charger and carrying case
- Comes with Hitachi's lifetime Lithium-Ion tool warranty
- 1240 in./lbs. of torque; 2 speed settings; 5-position belt hook with integrated LED light
- 2-piece rare earth magnet motor for durability; soft elastomer grip prevents slippage
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Impact drivers are just terrific. This one is particularly nice - very light, compact, and POWERFUL. 3" long screws and 3/8" diameter lags are no problem. Use the "S" setting for ordinary wood screws or you will overdrive or even break them.
Battery life is impressive. The tool sits on my bench most of the time for use as a general-purpose screwdriver. In that role, I only have to swap batteries once every couple weeks. For more sustained jobs, a couple batteries will certainly get you through a day's hard work.
Hitachi's tool warranty is 5 years, which is among the best in the industry. Battery warranty is 1 year.
It is difficult for me to imagine that you will be disappointed in this tool.
Handy. Powerful. very comfortable and balanced in hand. Made for rough work.
Professional tool. Super quick charger. Works and Works and Works....
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought this mostly because of my other Hitachi tools, the cordless ones are all 14.4 ni-cad, and since some of those batteries are getting tired thought I would replace then with... Read morePublished on January 19, 2013 by John
I've had this impact driver for about 3 weeks now and it works great. I had a problem in the beginning of shattering my bits, but with the switch set to "s" (for saver, I guess),... Read morePublished on October 14, 2008 by Gregory W. Garner