1/4" Cordless Impact Driver, 12.0 Voltage, 100 ft.-lb. Max. Torque, Bare Tool
- Item # 20UH93
- My Part #
- Mfr. Model # W1110
- Catalog Page # N/A
- UNSPSC # 27112713
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- Driver and Wrench Product Grouping Cordless Impact Drivers
- Item Cordless Impact Driver
- Drive Size 1/4"
- Drive Configuration Straight
- Max. Torque 100 ft.-lb.
- Battery Included / Bare Tool Bare Tool
- Voltage 12.0
- Series IQV12 Series(TM) Impactool(TM)
- Cordless Tool Battery Type Li-Ion
- Brushless Motor No
- Anvil Impact Action Mechanical
- Max. Blows per Minute 3300
- Max. No Load RPM 2700
- Battery Capacity 2.0Ah
- Corded/Cordless Cordless
- Handle Type Pistol Grip
- Clutch Style Ball and Cam
- Battery Included No
- Battery Pack Replacement 20UJ09
- Features Lightweight Design and Small-Diameter Handles Making Tools More Ergonomic and Comfortable to Hold, Durability, Chemical Resistant, Metal Reinforced Housing Designed to Resist Wear, Standing Up to Repeated Drops While Protecting Interior Components, Cordle
- Tool Length 5-15/16"
- Tool Weight 1.8 lb.
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