Summary: This has become my go-to tool for driving screws, nuts and bolts, etc. I like the battery being on the bottom of the tool. Makes it easier to manage and provides a handy stand for the tool to sit on. It's light weight is easier on the old wrists than my driver/drill. If I had to add a feature to the tool it would be a second speed option ... sometimes it needs slowing down beyond what the trigger can to. Also like the 3 LEDs for lighting up the work space.
Summary: Bought this after trying out a friends similar tool. Haven't used it a whole lot yet but am very pleased so far. Have plans to build some rustic furniture and hope to screw it securely and efficiently together. The impact feature seems to help stay engaged in Phillips head screws so square heads should be a charm.
Summary: Exelente para trebajo ya que no pesa y es muy util para trabajos en las alturas, ademas de su luz led sirve para alumbrar en lugares sin luz, en trebajos pesados es muy bueno a pesar de su tamano
Summary: Have worked with power tools professionally all my life and having advanced arthritis in my hands, was looking for the best impact driver for size, handling and money-this Dewalt fits perfectly. The weight and size is extremely good, power more than adequate for a 12 volt and the lighting at the tip is superb; the best feature being the ability to EASILY remove the battery with my arthritic hands.
Amazing power and battery life! Great quality and compact size. Love it!
4 September 2012
Summary: This little impact driver is fantastic. It is compact and very powerful (79 ft lbs torque). I bought as a companion to my DeWalt 3/8" 12-max drill. I recently built a large shelving unit of 2x4s in my basement. This little driver drove 70+ #10x3" screws on one battery charge. Believe me, you won't need anything larger than this little 12 volt driver. It is very handy because you can carry right on your tool belt while working.
Summary: I have a whole garage of tools. I would have thought I would have wanted a more powerful tool, but no. This unit has all the power required. It's so small that my wife would even like it. The 18V might have more power and be more "manly", but if you can get past the big ego of having to have a muscle car and hair on your chest, you'll realize that you'd be smarter to buy this unit.