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Ingersoll-Rand W7150 cordless impact wrench + free battery - world's most powerful cordless $345 w/ coupon + free shipping

theOriginalGuru 605 September 28, 2012 at 09:51 AM in Mail In Rebate (4)
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I previously posted about this for $460 for the 2-battery kit + 1 free battery rebate. However, here is now a better deal using a coupon and different retailer:

Here's a link to the page:

http://www.thetoolwarehouse.net/n...ords=w7150

That link should show you the 4 different kits and here are the pre-coupon prices:

W7150-K1 - $382.95
W7150-K2 - $461.75
W7250-K1 - $398.75
W7250-K2 - $480.25

Apply coupon code "WELCOME" for 10% off which brings the price down to:

W7150-K1 - $382.95 - 10% = $344.66
W7150-K2 - $461.75 - 10% = $415.58
W7250-K1 - $398.75 - 10% = $358.88
W7250-K2 - $480.25 - 10% = $432.23

They provide free ground shipping and tax in only a few select states (NY IL TX NV). Additionally, it is said that IR has extended the free battery rebate until the end of this month (so you only have a few days left to place the order and qualify for it!) and the form has to be mailed in by end of October!

Here is the rebate form:

http://www.ingersollrandproducts....nt-rebates

The form says end of August, but representatives of IR have stated they are extending it to end of September.

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!

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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#16
how would this compare to a traditional pneumatic impact wrench?

I'd like to bring it with me to the junk yard to retrieve parts from old vehicles.
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Quote from pennypicker View Post :
how would this compare to a traditional pneumatic impact wrench?

I'd like to bring it with me to the junk yard to retrieve parts from old vehicles.
Spec wise, I think this cordless is currently about as close as you can get to the power of an pneumatic impact. I believe the cordless makes the same torque (780 ft. lbs) as Ingersoll Rand's 2135Titanium 1/2" pneumatic impact, albeit in a less compact form factor.

I would think this would be absolutely perfect for Junk yard picking. I'm just curious what kind of battery life it has given the high torque rating. I guess I'll know sometime next week when mine arrives.
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Quote from coltrane69 View Post :
I bought one of the single battery kits, I sure hope the free Battery comes through.
Me too. I would only want two natteries. I got the single battery kit
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#19
This would be an awesome impact wrench at 1100 ft-lbs. I got a 18v ryobi drill and got the impact driver at half price in a promotion. It has 200 ft-lbs of power. It has turned out to be my favorite tool. It can whip the lug nuts right off and pound them on. However, it frequently gets stuck starting them, particularly with my full size SUV. If I get my vehicles back from a shop you can forget about it. Firestone or NTB or any of them pound the lug nuts on so tight I always have to use a breaker bar. So 200 ft-lbs would be my absolute minimum in impact power. Now 1100 ft-lbs and nothing would defy me. But $350 is a little to rich for the casual work that I need it for.But everyone should get a good impact driver. Cannot believe I waited all these years and instead did it by hand.
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Quote from HemiMuscle View Post :
highly overrated!!! I had the 28Volt Milwaukee that shit is crap..
This thing is considerably more powerful than the 28v Milwaukee.

It's not overrated if it'll remove axle nuts, shock bolts, and in many cases, crank bolts.
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Quote from GSteg View Post :
This thing is considerably more powerful than the 28v Milwaukee.

It's not overrated if it'll remove axle nuts, shock bolts, and in many cases, crank bolts.

Sorry I don't believe it. Show me proof? Torque a bolt down to 150ft/lb and see if can take it off. nod
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#22
6.8lbs - yikes. I thought Metabo had the best stuff. This is the godzilla of cordless impacts.
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#23
Quote from HemiMuscle View Post :
Sorry I don't believe it. Show me proof? Torque a bolt down to 150ft/lb and see if can take it off. nod
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kA...re=related
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#24
I recieved mine today . Beautiful. One problem , the invoice is dated oct 1 and it came in it's plastic case inside a packing box. Where is upc ? Thanks for any helpConfused

Nevermind! Spoke with LeeAnn at IR and she said " send me your order confirmation with a sept 30 date and the upc is by the handle on the case . Peel off whole thing and stick it to paperwork . "
Very helpful .
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Quote from pipedreamer View Post :
I recieved mine today . Beautiful. One problem , the invoice is dated oct 1 and it came in it's plastic case inside a packing box. Where is upc ? Thanks for any helpConfused

Nevermind! Spoke with LeeAnn at IR and she said " send me your order confirmation with a sept 30 date and the upc is by the handle on the case . Peel off whole thing and stick it to paperwork . "
Very helpful .
awesome! i wish i got in on this deal, but I had already got mine from the previous deal...
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#26
Quote from HemiMuscle View Post :
Sorry I don't believe it. Show me proof? Torque a bolt down to 150ft/lb and see if can take it off. nod

I can do better and torque the bolt to 300 ft-lbs. 150 ft-lbs is nothing really. I've removed axle nuts torqued to 252 ft-lbs from the factory on a car that's 15 years old.

Compared to 10 years ago, cordless impact guns have gone up in power tremendously, thanks to lithium ion. I wouldn't be surprised if there are more powerful guns in the future, especially since brushless motors are starting to appear in tools.
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Quote from GSteg View Post :
I can do better and torque the bolt to 300 ft-lbs. 150 ft-lbs is nothing really. I've removed axle nuts torqued to 252 ft-lbs from the factory on a car that's 15 years old.

Compared to 10 years ago, cordless impact guns have gone up in power tremendously, thanks to lithium ion. I wouldn't be surprised if there are more powerful guns in the future, especially since brushless motors are starting to appear in tools.
Interesting. I had that Milwaukee 28Volt..that thing is a post. If this can spin of a honda crank bolt..then I might buy it..laugh out loud
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dammit tx tax
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#29
Quote from HemiMuscle View Post :
Interesting. I had that Milwaukee 28Volt..that thing is a post. If this can spin of a honda crank bolt..then I might buy it..laugh out loud
I've used that 28v impact and to be honest, it's weaker than Milwaukee's current M18. The M18 is a good gun for the money!

Honda crank bolts are a hit and miss. I've removed crank bolts from C-series and J-series. The Accord's F-series are a pain in the butt and I've only removed them 30% of the time with this impact. Heck, even my IR 2135QTimax and Snap On MG725 have trouble taking those out! I usually resort to a 3/4" drive gun. But still, this W7150 gun is great!! My air guns stay inside my toolbox and haven't been out since I got this cordless impact.
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#30
I want to jump on this but are you sure we get the free battery?
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