Makita DTW300Z 18V Brushless 1/2 Inch Impact Wrench, 330Nm Max Fastening Torque $261.30 Delivered @ Amazon UK via AU

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Been looking for this particular one for a while. Average around $300-$329

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  • $13.99 for a Certa model at Kogan. As far as I'm concerned, that model works perfectly well on my nuts.

    • +10

      What about your car's nuts?

      • +1

        You'll probably want more torque than this has to remove stuck wheel-nuts. It is only a 1/4" drive, and you want 1/2" socket and a long pole.
        Any mechanic who uses an impact driver to install the wheel-nuts needs to be taken out and shot. That includes pneumatic drivers.

        • replying as too late to edit. I cannot read :-( This Makita is a half-inch drive. Mea culpa.

        • Only if they're not using torque bars with it.
          Done correctly, it's perfectly fine.

    • +1

      Makita is worth it if used daily for your trade, I guess?
      Certa sure is cheap - tools for a one-off job? Or are you better off getting corded tools for that?

      In between, for most of us, Einhell/Ozito hits the sweet spot. Especially when you stock up on 1/2-price price matching deals posted on OzB.
      Full price is $99 for the Ozito equivalent. Many of us paid half that. What are we missing?

    • 330Nm vs 145Nm. It might be enough for your nuts but they are obviously not comparable tools.

  • How does this compare to the Milwaukee M18 range?

    • Makita has more tools, and generally more variations of a tool like they have a dozen different impact wrenches. But quality wise you wont go wrong with either.

  • +1

    On eBay for $259.47 (with code) with free shipping and AUS stock

    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/325092960142

  • Makita DTD152Z 18V LXT Impact Driver Bare Unit - (AU STOCK) $67 See Other Sellers Amazon UK

    https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B01861LGA2/

    • I am dumb (hence the stupid questions) and wanting to get myself a set of impact drill/driver…

      Can this do drilling well?

      Also, if I buy that, do I just need to buy Makita batteries and any universal drill bits/sets?

      Thanks in advance

      • +1

        Driver is for driving screws. You need a drill for drilling holes.

        If you need drill, driver, charger, and the battery better buy a kit. Much cheaper:

        https://www.bunnings.com.au/makita-18v-2-piece-brushless-cor...

        • thanks for that!

          i can see the above doesnt come with drill bits… what should I look for when shopping for drill bits?

          • +1

            @4iedemon: The hammer drill in that kit is compatible with all "normal" (i.e. non-SDS) drill bits. Start with a good quality, all-rounder set such as this. In time you will discover which ones need spares for your use cases.

    • +1

      It also has $24.87 shipping on that item.

    • This is an impact driver, not a wrench!

      • Many struggle with that concept.

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