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BOSCH LAUNCHES NEW LITHEON IMPACT DRIVER!


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Features:

High Performance Motor and All Metal Gears Deliver 2,800 RPM/3,200 BPM

Designed Hammer and Anvil System Produces 1,500 in.-lbs. (125 ft.-lbs.) of Dynamic Torque

Most Compact Impactorâ„¢ Design - For increased maneuverability in tight spaces and extended comfort

Built-In LED Light - Great for dark corners or enclosed areas

Spring-Loaded Impact Mechanism - Reduces user fatigue

1/4" hex drive with Quick Release

Optional Gear Box Cover — For Added Protection

Externally accessible brushes — For easy brush replacement

Variable-speed trigger — For complete control

Includes:

(2) -- 18V Litheonâ„¢ FatPack Batteries - BAT618

(1) -- 30-minute Litheonâ„¢ Battery Charger - BC630

(1)--Double-ended Phillips Bit

(1) - Belt Clip

(1) -- Carrying Case

Specs:

Drive: 1/4" Hex

Impact Rate: 0-3,200

Length: 5.7"

No Load RPM: 0-2,800

Torque (in. lbs.): 1,500

Voltage: 18V

Weight (lbs.): 3.8

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Based on the specs, this is going to be the tool to beat for its size.  I just wonder how well it will perform in real world comparisons.  My Milwaukee 2650 impact driver has 70 in lbs more torque and 500 more impacts per minute than my DeWALT DC827, but my DC827 walks all over my 2650 in terms of providing more real world sustained torque and getting my jobs done faster.  I do like the feel of my 2650 better and it feels like a solid unit, but it's quite heavy compared to the lighter weight DC827.

Competition is good and helps raise the bar another notch higher.  I look forward to trying Bosch's new Litheon Impact Driver someday.

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