305nm on the lug bolts sounds about right.
😍😂😵that babe is the best one in the market 💵🤠💤
Can you use it all day in heavy rain?
you never mention about the charger ...How it works how do i know when its charged up....Please ie the red light
This unit can do most of the jobs around your home, but if you only use it 3, 4 times a year, it’s just too expensive.
Can this run with the Multivolt batteries?
What's the country of manufacture? I know the big 1" drive corded one is made in Japan.
do we need to buy the sockets seperately?
Pricey. i’ll stick to my cigarette 12v impact wrench.
This idiot hadn't even taken the wheel of the ground. Also, use axle stands or the jack seals will go in short order!!!
where I can buy
Best tool I have ever purchased. I fitted a 1/2" to 1/2" impact locking adapter, then to 1/2" impact sockets, 1/2" to 1/4" impact hex adapter or 1/2" to 13mm keyless chuck. It works well as an impact wrench/ driver/ drill. I use the 6AH batteries and the fan-cooled quick charger. Batteries charge from low voltage cut-out to full in about twenty minutes or so.
Thats just a TOY !
Dewalt dcf899 = 949NM
Very impressive for small size, i would love to see tear down of battery
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probably the only impact that can top makita's td 170 and hilti
I can see hitachi first time
So can you use it all day in the rain?
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This looks good, would like to see it compared to some other brands
best 1/2 inch cordless power tool in the market as i could see so far - with the best lifetime warranty ever - oh oh .. this tool really is a all over game changer compared with the rip off we have been submited through home depot, amazon and e bay plus other big time thieves from the internet, but most important the trash sold by hf is pure garbage mostly - this tool is really the tool for the masses
That thing just ripped the car apart...
*Great product - I can't believe that I waited so long•ᴥ•>**share4.photo/dCordlessImpact?48v** If you do a lot of mechanical work (amateur or pro) these save you so much work having to turn and turn and turn a wrench or socket. The batteries on this model really hold a charge for a long time.*
This is a great impact wrench..I use both of them HiKOKI WR36DA and WR36DB..both are the beast...I use WR36DA for changing flat tires at semi truck (my place call it lorry 3 ton) and the lugnut is 41mm and it's do without any problems...love with the body protected by quality rubber protection... very high quality tools..this link below is my video that I change my friend flat tire https://youtu.be/x-wcEv4UgHc
The cord is a great option especially when all of your batteries are dead or you forgot to bring extra batteries. Other companies should think about doing a corded option. I just wonder if it would decrease battery purchases! Companies don’t want that🤔
i have two of this... it is magnificent!
A really great tool,👍 if you need to steal someone's car at night for quick spare parts🤣😂😂
Im not an expert but this tool seems to work very well.
Great VIDEO... Thanks...
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Hi ! How much is it ? Sir .
Widac ze trzeba mocno trzymać. Ręce ukreca.
This thing is a beast!💪😍
The brand story is fascinating/scary. Hikoki is the UK branch of Metabo HPT. Metabo HPT is the US name of what used to be Hitatchi Power tools.
Metabo and Hitatchi power tools were both bought by the same firm. They had to stop using the Hitatchi name after a # of years. US consumer testing revealed consumers didn’t like the name Hikoki, so they went with Metabo HPT. So they are a competitor to Metabo. Metabo and Metabo HPT are different companies with some very similar products and a name that confuses everyone, and Metabo can’t sue to protect their trademark because their parents said no, your sister gets to be called Michael too, Michael HPT.
It’s IP rating means the enclosure can withstand dust and “jets of water” from any direction, but it’s NOT safe to use while/after being submerged. The first digit in the IP (ingress Protection) rating is “solid particle protection ” indicates the level of protection that the enclosure provides against access to critical parts, and goes from (not counting 0/none) 1-6, 1 being “large body parts”. 4 being most things >1mm , & 5 & 6 being dust resistance & dust tight/proof respectively.
The second digit indicates the level of protection that the enclosure provides against harmful ingress of water. 1-6 denote various levels of protection from drips, to drops, to spraying mist, to splashing to “water jets”, or hoses/pressurized water sources, 6x & 9x deal with high pressure jets and 7 & 8 with water submersion, and they are very disappointingly vague. 7 is up to depth up to 1m for 30 minutes and 8 being literally any depth above 1 meter for any amount of time, so long as it survives 30 minutes at 1 meter, you can market your device ip68 if it survives under water for just 1 minute at 2 meters, if transparent in marketing this isn’t an issue. If going the apple and Samsung route though and depicting the phone’s doing things that will kill 100 of the devices they make, expect to get sued.
Note, The ratings for water ingress are not cumulative beyond IPX6. A device which is compliant with IPX7, covering immersion in water, need not be compliant with IPX5 or IPX6, covering exposure to water jets. A device which meets both tests is indicated by listing both tests separated by a slash, e.g. IPX5/IPX7.
This tool is IP56, aka protection from dust but not dust right/proof and protection from Water streams for up to a minute. (Submersion for a few seconds might be equivalent to the pressure of a jet of water for 1 minute, might not) in powerful jets (12.5 mm nozzle) against the enclosure from any direction shall have no harmful effects.
Test duration: 1 minute per square meter for at least 3 minutes
Water volume: 100 litres per minute
Pressure: 100 kPa at distance of 3 m
Bottom line, if submerged especially You would want to open it or at least make a great effort to put it in any environment that is conducive to pulling moisture out of it. Most of these tools will actually operate even if submerged for a moment depending on whether the battery pack is water tight or not but the tool themselves...none of them are actually “waterproof” to any depth at all for the most part unless you get into highly specialized marine tools. The other thing is you will see the downside of being IP56, which is cooling becomes more difficult which is Hitachi is so serious about having aggressive thermal protection built in and why you see some people disappointed that the paper specs don’t seem reflected in reality under heavy use. the triple hammer driver for example will perform below some competitors that it should beat on paper or it will beat a competitor but not be able to hang in prolonged use as the tool starts to feel like its binding up/ locking up or whatever because it doesn’t have the power but in reality it doesn’t have the power because the thermal protection circuitry is dialing back how much power can be used and eventually effectively shutting it off entirely and this is before and equivalent competitor begins to even have a single symptom or consequence of thermals even if they’re similar temperatures and the reason is the Metabo will actually sit there and continue to get hotter after the tool has been shut off, all tools will actually buy because all the Protection is affectively insulation, it’s exaggerated here. And just like in every other case of NVH (noise, vibration, and harshness) reduction efforts and/or ingress protection against Water and dust, it all gives a very solid and isolated feeling but also makes it considerably heavier. Cars being the most extreme example, especially if you can’t sound deadening as NVH reduction materials, but if you’re preventing particles as fine as wires then you are as a consequence limiting the ability for airflow to enter the tool for cooling. Any coatings, rubber seals, epoxy are providing a thermal barrier making it more difficult for you to dissipate heat by any means other than airflow, no matter the toll, so when it is restricted, there is a trade off. so while I am very glad they’ve acknowledged the need for Aggressive thermal monitoring and throttling of performance to protect the tool....I would pay more for a better implementation, like water proofing for submersion via coated internals because in theory if they just coated all of the internals that are sensitive to water performance would not be sacrificed as much as it is.
Then again I guess it’s far more realistic to need protection from rain and hoses/pressure washers etc. so they’re providing that, if you need the absolute most powerful tool then you have that option, this may well be the best/most well rounded lineup though.
The Metabo ones I mean, not Hitatchi/Hikoko/Metabo HPT, that branding situation should be illegal & likely will result in a lawsuit. Too easy to think you’re getting Metabo products from Germany not Hitatchi Clones from Across Asia.
Is the wobble ridiculously excessive with that spade bit or?
Boomhauer doing reviews. "dang ol settuns"
Milwaukee is better, but the first setting on the desalt is made for soft runs like short cabinet screws
You forgot the hitachi has the ip56 dust and water resistant.....
You glossed over a very important detail. The Hitachi/metaboHPT unit is IP56 rated (dustproof, waterproof) That alone would determine the choice of countless contractors who are picking one of these tools. IMO the hitachi and dewalt are painfully similar on the basis of features and price. But considering Lowes has a near perma-sale on the green stuff, and it will hold up to lots of dust, dirt, and water, I know what I want to buy!
*Love it!◔◔>**share4.photo/DImpactWrench?Ь** I got the big 64 volt 12 amp hour battery with the tool, and the bolts remove themselves out of shear fear!!*
Hello. What do you think or know about a
Bosch 18636-01 36V. Is really stronger then my 18v Bosch, and is it reliable under hard use
Hitachi is on top of everything. I see their name on auto parts, heavy industrial machinery, electronics, tools. I do believe last i took apart a dewalt tool, i saw a lot of Bosch components.
Please, keep your phone stopped while recording...
Dude learn you stuff and how to use them cuz you are never supposed to ever the 1/4 in head of a screws with no bit in the drill you strip that you just wasted all that money. It's just plane wrong. Any pro or will agree. Also your prices are not close to anything you can buy anywhere. Must have been reconditioned or something like that.
Yea! You pigs are YALL HOME GROWN American!
Aye, I work at Hitachi in Kentucky and they definitely strive to be the best company they can be. It's a great place to work with awesome benefits and pay.
You’re not supposed to drive in screws with the collet
Superior quality and 40$ 3ah batteries can't go wrong with Hitachi (now metabo HPT). Good review 👍
that first setting is for driving bolts into threaded holes
Review by boomhauer lol 👍🏻 love it
Stick to feeding the cows mate.
I think you need to upgrade to some better screws with torx heads. Try some GRKs and you'll never want to go back to those crappy ones man.
I just got the Hitachi impact driver along with their brushless hammer drill in a kit with two batteries for $129. That's a deal man, I felt like I stole it. It's because they're changing their name from Hitachi to Metabo and they're getting rid of the old stock. They're almost all gone already (only a few left at the different Lowes locations in my state) but now's the time to snag a deal if you can.
Pretty sure the first setting on the Dewalt is for self tapping screws or just lite driving in general, to avoid overdriving fasteners and whatnot. I may be wrong but something like that. As for Hitachi (now Metabo HPT)...love them man. Greatest tools ever. Legendary miter saws and nailers.
I would have bought everyone they had in stock
In my opinion you can't beat HITACHI...I got there sawsall and you can cut a house on 2 with it