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  • Craftsman impact driver for $9.99

    I just purchased this sears impact driver for $9.99. It is not lithium but it has impact mechanism. Thought others may want to jump in.
    And no, I do not work for Sears or trying to sell something.

    If anyone has used this let me know, but can't go wrong for 10 bucks.

    Note: I think it is only on sale for today.


    Specs :
    Cordless 4.8 volt power driver. Forward and reversing. High torque/high speed unit fits into the palm of your hand. No more stripping screws - impact action will allow tool to clutch out before screws strip. 2 position handle. 175 in.lbs of torque. 1,800 rpm speed. Quick connect bit tip holder allows for easy set up whatever the application.

    Link http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_1...0P?vName=Tools
    Last edited by onlycordless; 12-05-2007, 02:35 PM. Reason: specs
    http://www.cgiconnection.com/download

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    Re: Craftsman impact driver for $9.99

    These arent that bad, Battery doesnt last tool long, but as long as you keep it on the charger when not in use it should help you complete your job. I used one daily to repair other tools for a good year, and the switch went out on me. For the price it was worth it just to buy another one. I compared it with my makita TD020DSEW which is a 7.2V Lithium-Ion Impact and the craftsman would drive a 3"screws deeper and faster then the makita. Only this is the makita would do it all day, where as the craftsman would maybe only do 10-15 without killing the battery. Thing is the makita will cost ya 90 bucks, but you do get 2 batteries, and a 45min quickcharger.

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    • #3
      Re: Craftsman impact driver for $9.99

      Originally posted by 510ToolMan View Post
      These arent that bad, Battery doesnt last tool long, but as long as you keep it on the charger when not in use it should help you complete your job. I used one daily to repair other tools for a good year, and the switch went out on me. For the price it was worth it just to buy another one. I compared it with my makita TD020DSEW which is a 7.2V Lithium-Ion Impact and the craftsman would drive a 3"screws deeper and faster then the makita. Only this is the makita would do it all day, where as the craftsman would maybe only do 10-15 without killing the battery. Thing is the makita will cost ya 90 bucks, but you do get 2 batteries, and a 45min quickcharger.

      Welcome to the forum!

      This is the real world advice that is priceless.

      A company claims there product will perform over another-costs me money
      A biased claim by a company- costs me money

      Real advice from people using tools in the field- priceless
      http://www.cgiconnection.com/download

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