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Clearance Ozito Impact Driver $55 (Was $100) and Ozito Lock & Load Screwdriver $30 (Was $50) at Bunnings, Maddington (WA)

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Was looking for a masonry drill bit in Maddington WA, when I came across the CLEARANCE, a beautiful asian word. Ozito Impact Drill Driver was $100 now $55 and screwdriver set was $50 now $30. Perfect for Father's Day gift.

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  • +1 vote

    How many are you brodening?

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    The impact driver has "2 batteries included, one with built in flash light" … Now that's innovation!

  • +2 votes

    OP, your username almost tells a life story.

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      30yr old stingy asian ?

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    I've seen the lock-n-load driver at my local Bunnings before on the clearance table. Didn't seem that great quality (and I have a few Ozito tools so I can't be that picky lol).

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    I am doing some decking at the weekend, will this be a good tool for all those screws I have to do?

    Edit-assuming I can get it in NSW.

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      Depends how much youre doing. Impact drills are very good in general for screws/decking, don't need as much down force yourself. But remember Ozito is a DIY brand.

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        I'll be doing about 1200 screws, definitely only DIY I'm far from being a pro.

        It's been hit and miss with some of the ozito branded tools I have owned.

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          Go for it, if they break you can refund or replace. I had a big sanding job and used an ozito belt sander, I had to replace it once and then it died just before the end of the job. So I got a refund, and job done.

          Just to be clear, this wasn't deliberate by me but just how it turned out.

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          @Suckerzpayretail: hehehehe😂

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          Do you need to drill the hole and then screw the decking screw in?
          We used two different drills for decking because it was much faster.

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          @Suckerzpayretail: yeah I bought an ozito Reciprocating saw that I took back twice due to different problems, I got my money back the second time and bought a ryobi one which has been much better.

          My question was more about if this is a suitable tool for decking screws rather than the quality of the tool.

          What's the difference between an impact driver and a drill driver?

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          @ATangk: yes I have a cordless drill for pre drilling and I was going to use a corded drill for screwing but wasn't sure if I should get an impact driver or drill driver instead m

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          @onetwothree:
          $55 and you can return it if it breaks (3 years warranty on most ozito stuff)

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          @onetwothree:
          Actually, 12V isnt a lot. Decking screws are rather large so you might not get enough torque out of these Ozito's…

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          @onetwothree: I can't comment on the power of 12v being able to do the job, but definitely go for an impact driver. I built a deck with some Ryobi gear and the ability to drill a pilot hole with the drill, and then drive the screw with the impact driver was a massive time-saver. It honestly amazes me just how easy it is to drive screws with the impact driver, as the torque is imparted on the screw, not your hand. They make a hell of a racket though, so hearing protection is a must.

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          @onetwothree: what ebosh said 👍

          I have a Milwaukee 12v kit and is is great, but the less capacity batteries struggle sometimes. The 3ah batteries rock on.

          Edit: the drill can fit probably up to 13mm, where as the other takes a hexadecimal bit. You can get drill bits with a hex end.

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          @ebosh:

          They make a hell of a racket though, so hearing protection is a must.

          The DeWalt three speed 18V impact drivers have a maximum output of 96 dB(A) so for decking that's predrilled it's unlikely you're going to do any damage to your hearing even into hardwood.

          If I was in a concealed space like a cupboard or small room I would be inclined to use hearing protection.

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      these are 12v … i would not recommend. go for 18v

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      Checked Thursday 17/8. Lidcombe store has Impact Driver at $100, guy checked their system and says Ashfield store shows the same.

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    would this be good enough for RC stuff? you know, mainly plastic or soft aluminum ?