Best tool I've owned , bought 3 of them they're that good
Great review! I bought this screwdriver. I'm very pleased! But I noticed that it was manufactured 6 years ago. Do you think it matters that its laying on the shelf that long, not being used?
Thanks for the info very helpful
How can we attach a drill bit to this machine. I meant the thinner drill bits used for drilling holes in woods and walls?
Any idea why the chuck engages in reverse?
Thanks for the video. it shows what the tool will do.
i love this tool as well to go alongside my bosch p22. i threw my case away though as i prefer this tool to be as portable as possible and the case sort of ruined that.
So this a right handed tool only since there is no trigger on the right side of the tool
Cruz ✝️. Good explanation star 🌟 5
I've had one of these Hitachi screw guns for about 10 years. It is one of the best power tools that I own (most of the rest being DeWalt). Both batteries still charge up and hold a charge for a very, very long time. There isn't anything about it that I don't like. Thanks for the great video!
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I never thought I'd use this tool as much as I do around the house. Great tool.
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Great review! I bought this screwdriver. I'm very pleased! But I noticed that it was manufactured 6 years ago. Do you think it matters performance wise. That it's been laying on the shelf for that long, not being used?
I've been looking for an electric screwdriver with a torque setting so I can use it for electronics, building PCs but also a bit more heavy stuff like screws into wood, and set the torque so it will slip at the appropriate time. This looks like it fits the bill. Thanks for the nice review.
Thanks for a very well done review that told me all I need to know, but for one concern: The best batteries fatigue over time (finite number of recharging cycles). So, if the two included batteries finally give up the ghost, but the tool itself seems intact, where do I get and what do I pay for replacements? I'm hoping you'll respond one of two ways: 1. Over YEARS of use you have observed no tendency for the original two batteries to fade into oblivion. 2. The battery assembly can be opened and a replacement battery inserted (I'm hoping that 3.6 volts implies the ubiquitous 18650 lithium ion battery).
Someone has created a channel that simply reuploads other peoples videos>
You should report it.
Great review! Very informative. I’m looking at one of these as I need something for tight spaces. Cheers.
Any idea why the clutch would engage in reverse when trying to remove a screw?
Most of your video's important details are cut off the screen
The Hitachi is half the price and sounds like nearly the same performance. The gyro is not great for very tight spots. It is easier to press a button. We have the Milwaukee stick m4 at work - computer\IT office. It awesome, but also costs more than double the Hitachi\metabo. Overall unbiased pick considering price and performance I would give the edge to Hitachi.
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This video was exactly what I was looking for! ik people are saying that driving screws into wood are not what these are used for, but it really gives a great idea of what these 2 drills can handle on their upper limits. Watching you use these for this high stress environment really gives an idea on how they are going to work on lesser applications, not sure how people can't see that. I want to see the upper threshold of these drills and that exactly what you did. Ik its an old video, but its still helping people out. Nice job!
Can you use it as a regular screwdriver? I mean when I assemble delicate Ikea furnitures when it stops on lowest torque can I tighten screw manually? Bigger tool I have even on lowest torque screws in way to much and destroys furniture.
Moron, these are for precision work not driving 3" deck screws. I don't want them to strip shit out not drive large industrial fasteners!!!!
Quik 20 min 🙄?
You suck...the clutch on the hitachi is set low,you need to set it to drill...
Great video and very helpful thanks!
Two main flaws comparison. Different voltage battery and that's only cordless screwdrivers. You should use impact driver for wood and metal.
the dewalt is just fucking sweet
There is no comparison to the Hitachi...I used one of these for 0ver 10yrs building radio and TV stations all over probably the best driver for rack screws and mounting equipment in server/telecom rooms I have ever used...Had a a Milwaukee in the 90s ...plastic gears vs plastic and the smaller profile really pays off in electronics as they are hard to get to sometimes..I Have used the Bosch 24volt lithium for 15 yrs now...3rd set of batteries same original 7 tools that came in kit...a little pricey 1300.00 originally but it has taken an absolute beating and keeps working like a champ..
I can't stand these videos! Use the tools as they are made to be used, then make a review based on that. I can use either tool as a hammer or a egg beater and say they both equally suck, but that's not what they were made for.
Very terrible camera skills...
These are not designed for putting wood screws in ,thats what an impact driver is for .They are for assembly and disassembly work on threaded screws and small bolts etc
just got the deWalt the other day and i gotta tell ya i love it. i use it for taking screws out, taking off electrical panels i am in no rush to get the job done i am a union worker and it helps me all day,
Show teat at same speeds. Dont do tests with biased opinions before you even test
You don't know how to use a screwdriver, that type is for other works, for this work is the impactdriver, please
I see both screwdrivers share some features but I think it's useless to have a 1:1 performance comparison between a 3.6V and an 8V tool. That's more than twice the power available in the DeWalt. Comparing the Hitachi to something like the Bosch IXO would make a lot more sense since they both run on 3.6V.
Dewalt better but we don't buy in Sri Lanka
There are so many nice electric screwdrivers out there, all ruined by not having a torque setting. I will be going for this one as it does what I want for working on PCs and various other things. I don't want my screws or threads ruined :P
Would of like to see it in action
Great review ! Thanks
Every fascet and spec under thde sun, except the one I need....... high speed rpms ??????
that thing is really great! I had it for some 2 years, used it a lot and never had a single issue.Lost it somehow, not sure where it ended up. hopefully I find the box in my house some day.All I have now is the charger :(
Are the battery packs able to be opened to replace the 18650s? (That is without cracking the case?). I have a number of tools I take on the road that use 18650s, so since I'm already packing a bunch of 18650s and one charger, if I could avoid taking one more charger that would help with the weight.
scored one of these for just $30 at Lowe's. they were clearancing them out. this thing rocks...so much better than the garbage B&D ones that are $15
I ve started using Hitachi for my car audio business KHPower car audio about 6 years ago and now all my saws,drills ,routers and even this screwdriver i have.couldnt be happier and if you have a Lowes in your town they will match online prices/ I liuckily picked mine up for 39.00 but even at 100.00 its a steal. I also recommend a precision microbit to 1/4 hex adapter for small circuit boards and the likehttp://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=261382284569
Great review man
чувак!!! офигенный обзор сделал! я на моём ломанном "инглише" всё понял. )))
видео отличного качества со всех сторон всё видно и читаемое ,всё показал каждый переключатель и все надписи !!! молодец!!!
я выбирал шуруповёрт,а покупать буду похоже отвёртку Hitachi electric screwdriver DB3DL2 !!! )))
стоимость в RU NET :
Hitachi DB3DL2 Япония - 2837rub / 88usd
Makita DF 010 DSE Китай - 4140rub / 129usd
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so y dint you get the ryobi 4.6v lipo pawere with cluch its 45$
yup still happy with it....use it almost everyday
wiha is a bit up and down in quality imho, i have some bits that have been just awesome, and then a screwdriver kit with ball ends which has been horrible in the small hex sizes
and i have only charged the batteries once each for all of that, the torque setting seems best if you let it drive until it starts clicking, if you stop when resistance is felt and then try to continue it will release earlier not giving you the torque you need (i think its due to the force needed to get the screw moving again, once going its easier to turn) so not really a fault of the screwdriver
for the price and features i think its awesome,add that you can change the 18650 batt
i can update my review of it as it has seen a lot of use...actually its my go to screw driver, the only time i dont use it is in situations where i cant fit. the gear selector has gotten more loose and like to slide inbetween high and low crunching gears, so i glued it stuck at low...i got an 18v dewalt for higher speeds....so far i have taken apart and assembled 2 kids beds, put two rc cars together (a lot of screws and much care must be taken not to over torque the screws) and various other
I'd pretty much settled on purchasing the Hitachi because of its balance of features and price, and this review helped firm up my decision. Thanks.
yeah and 44 ft lbs is quite a bit, if you need more grab something like the dewalt shown in the video....the hitachi is a screwdriver and people should treat it as such
i have actually given mine a drop og crazy glue on the gear selector, and just set it on low, i rarely use the high gear, as it runs out of torque fairly fast.
i wonder what kind of motor is in it...battery is a 18650 so you can get some 2500mah from china real cheap, and with some simple soldering almost double battery life
Oh, I gotcha, with the handle at 90 degrees the tool will produce 44 ft lbs of torque. I would guess much more tha that would break the tool. Thanks.