Move Over Drills
Impact Drivers are Coming Through
Traditional drills have come to the end of a long road in American history and are now finding themselves stepping to the side for better performing impact drivers that are already in the market place. Drills are outdated and lack the speed, load ability, and driving force that an impact drill provides. Now some may counter argue that the traditional drill is still needed, as many people have built an entire arsenal of round shank drill bits, and as such believe that both an impact driver and drill are needed in a shop.
DeWalt DC825B is Designed to Last
Designed with a frameless motor, DeWalt scored big, as this has proven to give this impact driver legendary endurance and a much longer overall life expectancy. A smart physical addition to this tool’s body is the tough magnesium gear case with all metal transmission, both of which are designed to further extend the life and durability of this power tool. The compact size is small and lightweight, allowing the operator to access tighter areas, while also promising a reduction in user fatigue. This used in conjunction with the textured anti-slip comfort grip, ensures that the operator will benefit from maximum comfort and control.
The DeWalt DC825B has 1,330 inches per pound of torque for the operator to sink his teeth into, which can be used in a wide range of fastening applications, thanks to the heavy-duty impacting mechanism’s ability to direct the torque’s power to the fastener without the added kickback. Convenience is also included with this bare tool as it has replaceable brushes for increased serviceability.
The Bare Necessity
The DeWalt DC825B 18V Impact Driver 1/4″ Hex (Bare Tool) will compliment your ever expanding DeWalt cordless tools at home, and as a “bare tool” the DC825B comes with no charger, no batteries, no accessories, and no case, meaning that if you already have the batteries at home then this driver is a real value.