Published at Saturday, 25 August 2018. Impact Driver. By Effie Hensley.
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.
The price can be one of the factors that will help you to single out the impact driver to take home. Nevertheless, this is not enough in determine whether you have taken the real deal with you. Therefore you should consider the features that come in handy with the impact driver that you intend to buy.
Some of the uses for impact drivers are just the same as other tools. Except, you will run into cases when this driver definitely makes your life a lot easier. For example, you may be installing cabinetry. A screwdriver might not be able to cleanly and quickly drive a nail through the cabinet, through the dry wall and a couple of inches into the stud. An impact driver does have the power to do such a task and with ease. This makes completing the project for efficiently, saving you time and money.
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