Hitachi WH18DBDL2 Impact Driver Review – Roundup Part 2

In the second part of the Skill Builder super impact driver roundup, we look at the Hitachi (rebranded to HiKOKI as of October 2017) WH18DBDL2 brushless 18v impact driver.

Hitachi WH18DBDL2/JX 18v 2×6.0ah Li-ion Brushless Impact Driver

The WH18DBDL2/JX 18v Brushless Impact Driver features a high power brushless motor with a selection for 4 speed modes: Soft Mode for delicate work, Normal mode, Power Mode for heavy work and Self Drilling mode for use with screws.

Features and Benefits 

– High power brushless motor with maximum tightening torque of 207Nm (hard)

– IP56 rating for dust resistance & waterproofing

– Triple hammer mechanism: three anvils for higher power and extended life

– Electric brake – 3 mode LED work light: always on/automatic/always off

– Soft grip handle

– Forward & reverse switch

– Side hook can be fitted on right or left

– Driver bit not included Technical Specification: No-Load Speed

– Soft Mode: 0-900 No-Load Speed

– Normal Mode: 0-2900 No-Load Speed

– Power Mode: 0-2900 No-Load Speed

– Self Drilling Mode: 0-2900 Full-Load Impact Rate

– Soft Mode: 0-1900 Full-Load Impact Rate

– Normal Mode: 0-4000 Full-Load Impact Rate

– Power Mode: 0-4000 Full-Load Impact Rate

– Self Drilling Mode: 0-2100 Max Torque: 207Nm (Hard) Drilling Capacity

– Screw: 4-10mm Drilling Capacity

– Bolt: M5-M18 Drilling Capacity

– HT Bolt: M5-M14 Drilling Capacity

– Self Drilling: 3.5-6 Overall Length: 124mm Weight: 1.6kg Supplied With: 1 x Hitachi WH18DBDL2/JX 18v 2×6.0ah Li-ion Brushless Impact Driver 2 x 6.0Ah Li-Ion batteries 1 x UC18YSL3 fast charger with USB output

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