10.8 Volt Li-ion Impact Driver

This tool weighs only 1.1 Kg and is small lighweight but has a powerful torque and good spin speed so making it highly useful in many applications. It is ideal for kitchen fitters, joiners, engineers, electricians, plumbers, services engineers in fact practically every tradesmen.

The batteries only take 15 minutes to recharge and should satisfy the fastest worker and people will get a lot of pleasure from using these attractive tools.

Specification

• 10.8 Volt
• 102 Nm Torque
• 2200 RPM
• 3000 BPM
• 6mm Hex Chuck
• 2 x 1.3 Ah Li-ion Batteries
• 15 Minutes Charge Time
• LED Light on Tool
• Free Bit Set
• Hard, Professional Carry Case
• 1 Year Warranty
• All Metal Gearbox
• Electric Brake
• Variable Speed
• Easy Brush Change
• Weight 1.1 Kg

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Performance

Only 15 minutes to fully charge allows you to get on with your work without delay or interruption.

The image here shows our own testing of the impact driver into hard, dry oak using Concept's KTX screws. As can be seen the 5x 100 screws have been taken to the surface and countersunk and the 5x 70 has been taken 25mm into the timber to show the tool's power. The comparison on the right is the performance of another 10.8v impact driver from a well known brand which failed to fix the 5x 100 and just managed to fix the 5x 70 but infortunately rimmed out the head of the screw.

In our own testing we found that on one charge we could fit well in excess of 200 4x 40 screws and given that battery charge time is only 15 minutes this should satisfy even the fastest workers.

Reaction

The tools have been tested with various tradesmen and although the initial reaction is negative because of the name and size, that quickly changes once the tools are tested and used. All are surprised byt the weight, capability and performance and the reaction soon turns very positive and in facct its hard getting the tools back!!

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