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Hitachi WH14DL Cordless Impact Driver,
8.7 out of 10

Hitachi WH14DL Cordless Impact Driver,

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Reviews and Problems with Hitachi WH14DL Cordless Impact Driver,

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Good item - but

John, Amazon
19 January 2013
  • Summary: Bought this mostly because of my other Hitachi tools, the cordless ones are all 14.4 ni-cad, and since some of those batteries are getting tired thought I would replace then with the Lithium Ion ones.
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Great Impact Driver by Hitachi

Roee, Amazon
11 January 2013
  • Summary: Pros: Handy. Powerful. very comfortable and balanced in hand. Made for rough work. Professional tool. Super quick charger. Works and Works and Works.... Cons: Not really.
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Hitachi Tools

Brian, Amazon
2 November 2012
  • Summary: Quite Honestly I bought this basically for the post type high capacity lithium ion batteries and charger for my Hitachi DS14DVF3 screw gun. I am in the building trades and use my tools.
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Great tool

Tonygrove, amazon.com
11 December 2009
  • Summary: I bought this because I already own two other Hitachi 14.4V cordless drills and the batteries are all compatible. This driver provides the power for the jobs that are beyond the regular cordless drill. Seems to have plenty of power.
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Great tool

Tonygrove, Amazon
11 December 2009
  • Summary: I bought this because I already own two other Hitachi 14.4V cordless drills and the batteries are all compatible. This driver provides the power for the jobs that are beyond the regular cordless drill. Seems to have plenty of power.
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Impressive Impact Driver

Mark, amazon.com
1 January 2009
  • Summary: I chose the 14.4V impact tool over the 18V version. The delivered torque is only slightly less, but the bulk of the tool is significantly less (the battery is smaller and lighter). The 14.4 battery recharges just fine in the universal charger that came with my 18V Hitachi tools.
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Impressive Impact Driver

Mark, Amazon
1 January 2009
  • Summary: I chose the 14.4V impact tool over the 18V version. The delivered torque is only slightly less, but the bulk of the tool is significantly less (the battery is smaller and lighter). The 14.4 battery recharges just fine in the universal charger that came with my 18V Hitachi tools.
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Great impact, almost 3 times the torque of a 18V drill

Gregory W. Garner, Amazon
15 October 2008
  • Summary: I've had this impact driver for about 3 weeks now and it works great. I had a problem in the beginning of shattering my bits, but with the switch set to "s" (for saver, I guess), the torque is cut in half, so no more broken bits. It still has almost 700 in-lbs in this setting, which is quite a lot.
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Great impact, almost 3 times the torque of a 18V drill

Gregory W. Garner, amazon.com
14 October 2008
  • Summary: I've had this impact driver for about 3 weeks now and it works great. I had a problem in the beginning of shattering my bits, but with the switch set to "s" (for saver, I guess), the torque is cut in half, so no more broken bits. It still has almost 700 in-lbs in this setting, which is quite a lot.
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Hitachi 14V is a Great Driver

Sam Fuchs "badlanders", amazon.com
14 October 2008
  • Summary: Update on this driver. After using the Makita 14 impact driver for 3 years, I tried the Hatachi 14 Impact and was very satisfied with the weight and function of this driver. Its battery pack needs several recharge cycles to attain full capacity (as most rechargeables do).
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