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DeWalt 9.6V Impact Driver Kit

DeWalt recently added this impact driver to its tool line, and now Wholesale Industrial Supplies is selling it for $206. Its compact weight and size — 3.3 lbs. and 5-3/4″ — allow you to get into tight areas without arm fatigue. Its 9.6V motor, magnesium gear housing, and all-metal transmission drive the impact mechanism at up to 2,400 RPM and provide up to 80 ft-lbs. of torque without kickback.

With the quick-release 1/4″ hex shank, you can switch bits quickly and easily. The impact driver comes with a heavy-duty plastic case, battery, and quick one-hour charger.

Impact Driver Kit [DeWalt]
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5 Responses to Dealmonger: DeWalt 9.6V Impact Driver Kit $206

  1. MR P says:

    botch ps-40 is cheaper (I got it for $140 with a belt holder) small and just as much torque and it has a li-ion battery. Don’t get me wrong I have a lot of 18v Dewalt. Just for a small impact gun I would go with botch.

  2. I’m sure it’s nice, but it seems overpriced. My Makita 18v impact driver (BTD142HW) puts out 25 more ft-lbs of torque, costs $5 less, weighs almost half a pound less, is the same 5 3/4″ depth, and charges in 15 minutes rather than one hour. Or there’s the PS-40 with its even smaller package and bludgeon-a-bear-to-death-then-get-back-to-work build quality.

  3. McAngryPants says:

    you can buy the “Bare Tool” flavored 18v from Amazon for less…

    of course, only helpful if you already have 18v batteries kicking around.

  4. Fred says:

    I find that my 12 volt Mikitas have the right combination of performance-power/weight/price.

  5. Jason says:

    MR P,
    Something tells me that while they probably appreciate you buying their tools, BOSCH may not like you calling them BOTCH.


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