This impact driver is more compact and weighs less than many of the similar tools in its class, yet delivers more torque than comparable tools. Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment. However, as you might expect, the batteries have a shorter life as well. This Makita drill is lightweight and hence keeps fatigue out of operation. See details for additional description. The counter torque kickback was hardly felt thanks to the great cushioning on the handle. Makita, a trusted name in power tools, introduces the BTDHW volt compact lithium-ion cordless impact driver kit.
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Makita, a trusted name in power tools, introduces the BTDHW volt compact lithium-ion cordless impact driver kit. I thought the led lighting was a bit gimmicky at first but as the sun came down, having the light on target helped in lining up the screw and bit. My husband loves how lightweight and efficient this drill is.
For home use, this impact driver is the best choice though, because the smaller batteries are considerably lighter I am doing a major deck overhaul, and it’s no-doubt the right tool for the job. Florescent ring at the tip of the tool to increase lighting and to help find tool if left in dark spaces. The design fits in my hand perfect, and the tool is well balanced. In addition to weighing less than three pounds, this impact driver features a glow-in-the-dark bumper ring to make it easier to locate in the dark and an LED light to light up any workspace.
Miiita results were — 54 hex bolts placed in 1 charge! With these specs the Makita finished the job in 3: The quick-charging, long-lasting batteries were also a big hit with the reviewers.
I found the 15 minutes charge to be very useful when managing the job But there is a newer Makita impact driver which offers better value for the money. Built-in LED light illuminates work area.
However, as you might expect, the batteries have a shorter life as well.
From driving 6″ lags to removing stripped out screws I have had no problems. A case is included with this kit, making it easy to store and transport the impact driver, charger and batteries.
See details for additional description. So we ran the test a few times and the average was 24 minutes! It mikifa very compact, and comfortable to work with. Rubber padding are spread nicely around the whole tool but a big plastic mask just btd142hd the chuck was used instead of the metal housing we usually see on other impact drivers.
During our battery life test we checked how many hex bolts the impact driver can place in a plank of wood on a single charge.
Makita Cordless Impact Driver
If you are in the market for a cordless drill, I highly recommend this product. You can use the Makita BTDHW for a variety of applications like fastening screws, tightening down lag bolts, drull holes, etc. Packaging should be the same as what is found in a retail store, unless the item is handmade or was packaged by the manufacturer in non-retail packaging, such as an unprinted box or plastic bag.
The lowest-priced brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging where packaging is applicable. People who have tried the new compact cordless impact driver from Makita are pleased with its fast battery charge time and comment that the battery lasts for several days of moderate to heavy use.
I recommend it to anyone and with free shipping I have free shipping with amazon prime this product was well worth it The BTD looks and feels rather small and when held in our droll we were wondering if this bdt142hw can deliver what Makita has promised.
Fast, many impacts and mind blowing torque!
One reviewer was a bit disappointed that the kit did not come with any drill bits for the impact driver, but was also quick to point out that the product itself was fantastic and that it was a good deal despite the lack of drill bits. In their effort to make an affordable, comfortable, light weight impact driver Makita sacrificed in our opinion the strength and durability of the tool by using less metal and more plastic materials. Incredibly short charge time and lots of power to get the job done.
I love these Unitz. The black and white colors of the BTD, identify it as part of the compact Makita impact drivers family that uses the smaller lithium-ion LiOn in order to gain lighter weight.