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Ingersoll-Rand W7150-K2 cordless impact wrench + free battery - world's most powerful cordless $459.50 free shipping

theOriginalGuru 605 August 2, 2012 at 09:34 AM in Home & Home Improvement (3)
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This is a brand new product that just came out and at many retailers are sold out of the single battery kits. Here they have the 2-battery kit in-stock (my order already shipped out) AND there's a free battery promo from IR until end of the month. (total of 3 batteries)

Here's a link to the page:

http://www.airtoolsforless.com/ir...tools.html

It is listed as W7150-KL2 for $459.50 with free shipping and tax only in MI. This is the best price I've seen for the 2 battery kit this year and the free extra battery ($120-$150 value?) makes it slick to me.

Features:

- 1/2" drive 20 volt impact wrench kit
- 780 ft-lbs. max torque in reverse, 1100 ft-lbs "nut busting torque"
- 6.80 lbs. w/ Lithium battery!
- Kit includes: Two 20 volt Lithium-ion batteries, charger & case
- LIMITED TIME OFFER: FREE 3rd 20volt battery!
(Official Ingersoll-rand Mail-in form will be included within the package of your impact wrench)

It's not a cheap tool, but it is a very good price for what it offers and compared to competition of similar spec.

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#2
DAMN!!!!! that thing is BADASS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

i have a Bosch 18v impact wrench IWHT180B cuz i already had batteries from the bosch tool kit price mistake on amazon last year. I thought the 500 ft-lbs of torque on it was crazy, but this IR wrench with 1100 ft-lbs of max torque is crazy powerful... getting me to thinking if i should sell my bosch and upgrade.
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#3
If I had a tractor, a semi, or a semitractor, I'd so buy this.
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#4
Seems ok for light work around the house.
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Quote from respdoc215 View Post :
Seems ok for light work around the house.
That seems about it...check the reviews from Martha Stewart. She was making some paper mache' crafts and attempted to hang a screw on 1/2" drywall. Well, long story short, she was only able to drive the screw in about 1/8"of an inch before ALL of the batteries ran out and had to finish by hand.
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Quote from sambojones View Post :
DAMN!!!!! that thing is BADASS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

i have a Bosch 18v impact wrench IWHT180B cuz i already had batteries from the bosch tool kit price mistake on amazon last year. I thought the 500 ft-lbs of torque on it was crazy, but this IR wrench with 1100 ft-lbs of max torque is crazy powerful... getting me to thinking if i should sell my bosch and upgrade.
if you have other power tools, I wouldn't get rid of it just yet. IR only has one tool that uses that battery. they do make some cordless impact ratchets in their 14.4v system... if this impact wrench works out over the long run, I may just go all IR for working on car stuff.

Quote from wlderdude View Post :
If I had a tractor, a semi, or a semitractor, I'd so buy this.
I'm just thinking of how much easier it will be the next time someone brings me a car where some tire shop completely over torque the lug nuts... hanging on a 25" breaker bar and hammering for 2 hrs was no fun...
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#7
Just ordered this...thanks OP!
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#8
i should be getting mine next week!!!
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Quote from respdoc215 View Post :
Seems ok for light work around the house.
Quote from freyguy50 View Post :
That seems about it...check the reviews from Martha Stewart. She was making some paper mache' crafts and attempted to hang a screw on 1/2" drywall. Well, long story short, she was only able to drive the screw in about 1/8"of an inch before ALL of the batteries ran out and had to finish by hand.

This gun is anything but light duty. Battery life is great and is just as powerful as some of the air guns out there. Of course it's not as compact, but it's the price you pay for not needing an air hose!
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Quote from freyguy50 View Post :
That seems about it...check the reviews from Martha Stewart. She was making some paper mache' crafts and attempted to hang a screw on 1/2" drywall. Well, long story short, she was only able to drive the screw in about 1/8"of an inch before ALL of the batteries ran out and had to finish by hand.
Iagree

Before others take it the wrong way..Yes it is a joke.
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Quote from VaDealHunter View Post :
Iagree

Before others take it the wrong way..Yes it is a joke.
It really is SAD when you have to point this out.
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#12
Kind of like the special guy a few posts above you? Ya, I'm not sure how you miss the obvious sarcasm. Awesome Impact Wrench, more than what I need to change tires though.
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#13
saw one used at a shop i used to go regularly. He used it on my car and i was really shocked that it was able to undo the lug nuts. Almost went out and bought one then realized i had to give up a liver. However, don't expect for this to last all day for taking off lug nuts on a car. He said that he got about 3-4 cars on one charge. So just some info in case you're thinking it'll work the whole however many hours you are working.
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no hdmi=deal-killerFrown
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Quote from GSteg View Post :
This gun is anything but light duty. Battery life is great and is just as powerful as some of the air guns out there. Of course it's not as compact, but it's the price you pay for not needing an air hose!
Are you serious? laugh out loud
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