Published at Friday, August 24th 2018. by Verna Ramos in Impact Driver.
No tool compares to Makita's uniquely compact, convenient and versatile angle impact driver. It is powerful, durable and efficient - and because of its slim cordless design and over one-foot extension, the tool has superior maneuverability. With this driver kit Makita includes a tool belt clip (with screw), a convenient and secure contractor bag, two 18v lithium ion 3.0ah batteries, a 30 minute rapid optimum charger, and a plastic battery cover. The tool is also backed with a three year factory warranty, and one year warranty on the batteries and charger. Makita's impact drivers are also available to purchase separate from their kits (BTL061Z, BTD141Z).
In conclusion, cordless screwdrivers are great for small, DIY projects. However, if you're working on larger projects requiring a bit more force and power, an impact driver is the way to go.
The most important thing to consider when it comes to choosing a powerful impact driver is its torque. To put it simply, torque is the strength and power of your power tool. Torque is measured in pounds-per-inch or in.-lbs. This is the pressure (in pounds) that your impact motor puts out per inch. So, if you're looking for a powerful impact, look for one with the highest in.-lbs. of torque. There are quite a few construction tool manufacturers that make them with high torque, including brands like Bosch, Ridgid, Makita, and DeWalt. I would consider any impact drill with 1400 or more in.-lbs. of torque as heavy duty.
Another tip: for those of you without a regular floor jack, speed up the tiny scissors-jack that comes with the automobile and use the cordless impact driver rather than the tiny lug wrench.
You may have noticed that most manufacturers of cordless woodworking tools have started selling so-called "bare tool bodies" meaning that they come with no battery or charger included and a greatly reduced price tag. The reason for this is that most manufacturers (but not all) have discovered that if they make all their tools run on the same 18-volt Lithium Ion battery, they can sell more bare tool bodies while locking in their customers to their brand. End users love this because they do not have to keep laying out hard-earned money for shelves full of different batteries and chargers but, rather can just buy the bare woodworking tools that share the same battery.
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