Important considerations when choosing Hitachi WH18DMR 18-Volt Ni-Cad Cordless Impact Driver Discontinued
Hitachi Power Tools has renamed to Metabo HPT. Same great tools, with only a new name.. 1350 inch pounds torque. 1 4 Hex drive. Electronic Feedback. 5 position belt hook. External Brushes
Do you know what is the superiority of this Hitachi WH18DMR 18-Volt Ni-Cad Cordless Impact Driver Discontinued?
Hitachi s new DMR series of cordless impacts combines the catagoies latest technology with Hitachi s world class durability. These tools are designed from Hitachi s exclusive 3-D cad design computer that simulates extreme conditions to create the most durable and efficient tools available. The 2 piece motor is constructed with heavy gauge copper coils and the striker is designed to deliver maximum power output while withstanding extreme heat and stress. These impacts offer Electronic feedback and external carbon brushes. A 5 position belt hook and small ergonomic design make these tools easy for the end user to handle. The WH18DMR delivers 1,350 inch pounds of torque from the 1 4 hex drive chuck.
Customer reviewsScrew Snapper
Let me start off by saying you do not need this much power to drive screws. The 12volt wh12dmr has ample power to do any screwing or most lag bolting you will ever want to do. And the 12volt is lighter and smaller with the battery pack. The bodies of the 12v 14v and 18v are all exactly the same as far as I can tell. BUT if you already own a Hitachi ds18dmr 18 volt then this will be the drill for you. You can use the extra batteries between them and in the future when they start dying off like dinosaurs, you have extra time before you are screwed or actually not screwing as it may be. So if you don t mind packing a extra pound or two this will be the drill for you if you own a Hitachi 18V. Now if the weight is something you are worried about then buy Hitachi s lithium ion that is out now.