14.4V Cordless Impact Drive Reviews

14.4v Impact Driver Reviews When you're searching for a highly powerful and highly functional model, a 14.4v cordless impact driver may be the perfect tool for you. The 14.4v class of cordless impact drivers provides an immense amount of torque and power, while offering some benefits over their larger brethren in the 18v class. Professionals and hardcore do-it-yourselfers both agree that all of their needs can be satisfied with a 14.4v driver. Maybe you're trying to drive some long lag screws, or maybe you need to take care of a box of long wood screws while working with a heavy, dense material. Regardless of the kind of heavy duty task that you may need to complete, a 14.4v cordless impact driver is going to be able to get the job done, and get the job done well. Some professionals and construction workers think that they should immediately jump to the 18v class to find what they're looking for. After all, the larger the battery, the more power and the more working time you're looking at. However, a growing number of people are realizing that 14.4v cordless impact drivers provide a great compromise, offering a ton of power, while offering a bit more control, stability and precision than something larger. In this way it's the perfect all-in-one tool, allowing you to get that deck work done in no time, and then still allowing you to step inside the house and install some new ducts or cabinetry. It's this flexibility that makes the 14.4v cordless impact driver so popular and so useful. One of the most popular impact driver brands, Makita, produces several different 14.4v models. The Li-ion powered 14.4v LXT offers 1,240 in/lbs of torque and yet is less than six inches long. The Makita 14.4v Makstar model offers 1,150 in/lbs of torque and the more powerful, standard battery Makita 14.4v delivers 1,240 in/lbs of torque with 3,200 bpm. Dewalt makes a powerful 14.4v model, which produces 1,240 n/lbs of torque with speeds up to 2,700 bpm and Bosch produces a 14.4v model which delivers 1,150 in/lbs of torque. Either is a solid choice, and both brands are respected in the industry. Milwaukee produces one of the smaller 14.4v cordless impact drivers. At just 4.5 pounds, the Milwaukee 14.4 offers 740 in/lbs of torque with speeds up to 3,300 bpm. It's low in torque for a 14.4v, but is still powerful enough to stand up to most tasks and it offers more precision than many other models. However, if you thought that was light then wait until you see the Panasonic 14.4v Li-ion model. This model churns out an astonishing 1,330 in/lbs of torque while weighing only three pounds, making it both one of the most powerful and one of the smallest in its class. As you could guess, it is therefore extremely popular, both with professionals and the hardcore DIY crowd. As you can see, there are many 14.4v cordless impact drivers to choose between. They fall into a range of different sizes, powers and prices. One thing remains true between all of them, they are heavy duty enough to take to the job site, and precise enough to bring inside the house to work with more control and stability. That's why more people are continuing to opt for 14.4 cordless impact drivers today.
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