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I've been scouring the internet for months looking for an image or some info. I've finally found something! 

 

http://www.rsis.co.uk/power-tools-c149/impact-drivers-and-wrenches-c1221/impact-drivers-c1227/metabo-impact-driver-ssd-18-ltx-200-bl-body-only-in-metaloc-p19785

 

 

 

 

 

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This is now available in Australia. $329 AUD for the bare tool. 

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129mm in length according to this video. I really like Metabos approach with a speed selector wheel. This would be much more intuitive to use than the button approach. 

 

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=W1pmfcR4HAQ

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In my hands now! I am impressed. And I love the selector wheel approach.bcb217cd899339b158140355bf1efe03.jpgea9bbcefaf67c8aae447bf7f0ecc7220.jpgdce5531512af13093b23742c75dc3a28.jpg

 

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That's awesome @The.Handyman

Thanks for the pics/info. There's literally nothing else online other than a Metabo promo vid. Looking forward to seeing how it compares. Such a great looking impact. Great looking battery as well! 

 

I'd be all over one if I didn't slightly dislike the Metabo grips (good, but not Dewalt or Makita good). 

 

Do you have anything to compare it to? 

 

It's $329 here, that's about $50 more than a Makita TD170! 

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Oh, where's it manufactured? 

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Oh, where's it manufactured? 
It is made in China, just the same as the Hitachi triple hammer impact.

I have a whole slew of impacts for comparison. Most of the top dogs including the phenomenal and current favorite Makita TD171.

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All the ingredients for an epic comparison. 

 

It's looks similar to the Hitachi. Same length (129mm), same shape (except the grip), similar air verts, and the same metal ring at the base of the chuck/bit holder. 

 

The quality looks great in the photos.

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It's looks similar to the Hitachi. Same length (129mm), same shape (except the grip), and the same metal ring at the base of the chuck/bit holder. 
 
The quality looks great in the photos.
It is a triple hammer sibling. Same base Mechanicals. Not sure if it uses the same motor or not. I'll be opening it up to compared to the triple Hammer I opened up.

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