|Item Weight||16 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||18 x 4.5 x 14.5 inches|
|Item model number||6935FDWDEX|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||2|
|Battery Cell Type||NiMh|
|Warranty Description||1 Year Parts & Labor|
Makita 6935FDWDEX 14.4-Volt NiMH Cordless Impact Driver Kit with 6337 MForce Drill and ML143 Fluorescent Work Light (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- 14.4-volt Ni-MH cordless impact driver kit with drill and fluorescent work light
- Compact drill (0-400/0-1,300 rpm) and impact driver (1,240 in./lbs. of torque); Impact Driver equipped with built-in LED light
- Rugged plastic bodies, rubberized grips, and plastic carrying case
- mpact driver 6-3/8-inches and 3.7 pounds; drill 9-9/16 inches and 4.6 pounds
- 1-year warranty
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Torque, torque and more torque! This package is nothing but power. The 14.4-volt cordless impact driver and the MForce drill put super strength in your hands for the toughest tasks.
Despite being beastly powerful, this impact driver is shockingly compact and lightweight, with a total length of under 7 inches and weighing in at a mere 3-1/2 pounds including the battery. But dont let that mislead you -- impacts per minute range from 0 to 3,200, with a maximum tightening torque of 1,240 in./lbs. And the power doesnt quit, either, because the nickel-metal-hydride battery packs a greater capacity and longer run time than standard nickel-cadmium versions. Even though it fits snugly in the hand, its an absolute dynamo in the power department, and the variable speed is smooth as silk.
There are two nifty light-related features on this Makita, and we werent all that impressed with them on paper. But in reality, the phosphorescent rubber bumper immediately catches your eye, whether youre rummaging in your truck, fumbling in your garage or scanning the job site for any left-behind tools. And the integrated high-output LED really does light up the workpiece, saving you time and frustration. We always like to see tools with easily accessible and easily replaced brushes, because if your tools in the repair shop, its not making you any money.
The MForce drill/driver is just as powerful and just as rugged as the impact driver, with the same high-efficiency nickel-metal-hydride battery power. Speed ranges from 0 to 400 and 0 to 1,300 rpm to tackle just about any drilling or driving job, with a Makita-made Shift Lock Drive that lets you switch quickly between modes, locking out the clutch for drilling work. And like the impact driver, the drill in this combo is compact, lightweight and easy on your hardworking body. The rubberized grip absorbs any vibration and feels great in your hand.
The fluorescent worklight will come in handy, too, whether youre in a crawlspace or under an engine. All three pieces are Makita quality, and the price on this combo beats buying them separately. -- Kris Jensen-Van Heste
Whats in the Box
Impact driver, MForce Drill, worklight, two batteries, charger and tool case
From the Manufacturer
Lights! Action! Here is the ultimate Impact Driver! Fast and powerful, this 14.4-volt cordless impact driver runs up to two times longer than competitive brands. The compact design has an overall length of only 6-5/8 inches, weighs only 3.7 pounds, and is fitted with our exclusive LED light built right in. The high performance Makita motor lasts longer and produces a maximum tightening torque of 1,240 in./lbs. It has externally accessible brushes for easy service, a magnesium gear housing for durability and a ergonomically designed rubber grip for added control. This impact driver is also equipped with an electric brake for fast stopping and a "True" variable speed for controlled starts. This unit is packed with the performance, innovation and technology demanded by Professionals such as Electricians, Plumbers, Installers and more. Your purchase includes two batteries, charger and tool case. For a limited time only, this kit will be coming with a 6337D MForce Dril and a Fluorescent Worklight(ML143) as a bonus.
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7 months ago I made the switch to impact after using a co-workers 12 volt Makita and having my 14.4 volt regular drill Dewalt batteries die (79-89 dollars a piece at home depot). UnfortunatelyI purchased a 12 volt Hitachi. I have used other peoples 18 volt Ryobi(not enough torque and no batteries or charger), 14.4 Rigid(great drill but only comes with one battery), 18 volt Rigid(too fast for me, hard to control), 12 volt Makita(Fine drill), and my 12 volt Hitachi(Slow and loud, kinda weak), all impact and my old 14.4 volt Dewalt. This is by far quieter than the other impacts. Keep in mind though ALL impacts are alot louder than a normal drill. That is the only disadvantage to them in my opinion. Those were all fine impact drills, but I believe this to be the better value, and all round better drill.
Torque + BPM = a faster driven screw. This Makita set, proves that. It's faster and has more torque than any other 14.4 impact set out there. Get it while ya can, this is supposed to be for a limited time only.
In general, impacts pretty much end the stripped screw. When drilling with a normal drill, towards the end when the screw gets harder to turn, a normal drill will tend to strip out unless you apply alot of force. Impacts apply its own force so you don't have to, in turn rarely stripping a screw head.
OK, its been over 2 years since my purchase... I still love the impact, rarely use the other drill, only once have used the light. Since, I have replaced one battery and need to replace another. The stripped head thing, not exactly true, I attach metal things to wood, and if you don't let off the trigger it will either spin out the screw head or break the head off. Now if you screw into only wood, and don't let go of the trigger, it will keep going in... I have screwed metal to metal, that tends to break the bits...Everyone I work with still wants to use my drill instead of theirs. The rubber grips are wearing out from everyday use, but that's to be expected. I wish this thing would die so I could justify buying the Lithium Ion set. In fact I dropped the impact drill from a ladder numerous times, and thought I broke it, cause the brake stopped working....that it until I dropped it again, then it worked again...go figure.
You get an excellent quality impact driver that puts screws through wood or metal like bullets through butter, plus an excellent general-purpose drill, and last but not least a fluorescent work light that is actually very practical and useful rather than being just some worthless freebie...for about the same price that I originally paid for just the impact driver (the one that was stolen) by itself! I also appreciated that the carrying case now has metal fasteners instead of the plastic ones all my previous Makita carrying cases had...nice improvement.
My advice is, snap this kit up before Makita comes to its senses and stops offering it!
The drill is everything I hoped for. Plenty of power for anything I'll do with it. Drives three inch screws into old fir with no problem. Feels really solid, pretty light and fits my hand perfectly. Battery life seems great!
The impact driver is solid, and really compact. The worklight is fantastic. I'm using it for all kinds of jobs. Even the carrying case is nice. Well built and holds everything neatly and securely.
I really like this product, and am looking forward to years of good service!
I laid a deck on my house in Seattle and had my wife setting the screws with a hammer as I came behind driving them with the drill. Even after the previous years of service, each battery lasted 4 hours of almost non-stop drilling per charge. I remember saying to someone that if anything ever happened to my trusty Makita, I'd buy another in a second.
For a time, I had two houses and bought a cheap $100 drill/saw combo for the second house. So, when a fellow worker dropped my Makita out a window onto an ice bank and cracked the housing I really should have cashed that check. But I had another drill so I continued using the cheap one...until it I had to use it extensively. Then it nearly drove me nuts.
So I finally, finally, at long last replaced my faithful old Makita with this combo set. Buying the combo for only a little more than the drill was a no-brainer and I'm getting to like the impact driver for screws. The drill is just as wonderful as the previous one and the lamp is a great bonus.