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Metabo HPT 18V Variable Speed Cordless Impact Driver w/ 2x 1.3Ah Batteries

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Lowe's.com has Metabo HPT 18-Volt Variable Speed Cordless Impact Driver w/ 2x 1.3Ah Batteries (WH18DGLM) on sale for $47.98. Select Free Store Pickup where stock permits. Thanks ferrado

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This impact driver has 1280 In./lbs of torque, up to 2400 RPM and 3200 impacts per minute. This tool comes standard with 2x 1.3 Ah lithium ion slide-type batteries. Lifetime Tool warranty plus 2 year lithium ion battery warranty w/ 1 year charger warranty. -slickdewmaster

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Found a great deal on the Hitachi Metabo HPT 18-Volt Variable Speed Cordless Impact Driver (2-Battery). It's now $47.98 at Lowes, 65% off.

Free pickup in store where available.

https://www.lowes.com/pd/Metabo-H...1000796362



The Hitachi brushless cordless 18 bit impact driver is also on clearance for $69.00, but comes with 1 battery.

https://www.lowes.com/pd/Hitachi-...1000396243
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Metabo is not Japanese, Metabo is a small German tool company owned by Hitachi before, now Hitachi sold the power tool department to a private investor, I guess Hitachi does not want them to use the Hitachi name so now renamed to Metabo HPT, the real Metabo is still a seperate German company under the same investor. Hitachi is a huge Japanese company but no longer interested in power tools I guess.
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I feel like Hitachi, a Japanese company, is trying to be funny.

Metabo in Japanese (メタボ) is a word used to call someone fat. It is derived from Metabolic Syndrome. So what exactly is Hitachi implying? I'm just asking questions.
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absolutely slick deal. the batteries alone are worth the $50
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Nice! I've been looking for one of these and I needed an extra battery for my drill. Thanks!
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it is powerful. can work as both driver & drill?
thank you!
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If I didn't already have 2 of a bunch of Hitachi stuff, I'd add this. Super powerful! Blew the Makita, Ryobi and Craftsman setups I've used away
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If you want brushless models, search for the Hitachi drills (leftover inventory of product name before it was changed to Metabo) and they may still be available for shipping from Lowe's for only another $15-$20 more
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If you want brushless models, search for the Hitachi drills (leftover inventory of product name before it was changed to Metabo) and they may still be available for shipping from Lowe's for only another $15-$20 more
Thanks, I have added the link above.
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I definitely dont need this but for 50 bucks and with 2 available at the store by me it was hard to pass up
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Are there any coupons to sweeten the deal?
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If I didn't already have 2 of a bunch of Hitachi stuff, I'd add this. Super powerful! Blew the Makita, Ryobi and Craftsman setups I've used away
Same here. 2 drills, 2 impact drivers, but I'm still tempted to buy another at this price.
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damn you OP, I am not in the market for another drill but this is just too cheap to pass up. It is a shame that shipping is not available
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If you want brushless models, search for the Hitachi drills (leftover inventory of product name before it was changed to Metabo) and they may still be available for shipping from Lowe's for only another $15-$20 more
I assume the leftover hitachi batteries are compatible with the renamed hitachi (metabo)?
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I assume the leftover hitachi batteries are compatible with the renamed hitachi (metabo)?
Yes, they are
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There was a post somewhere saying "slickdeals is a disease", so true!! I already have a ridgid impact driver for homeowner works, but couldn't resist this one. The reviews on lowes are so good. Apparently there is a lifetime warranty on the tool and 2 years on batteries. I thought I would return worst case, but I know that wouldn't happen. Thanks OP
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Are these chargers any better? I love the Hitachi cordless tools, and even bought a set for my parents, but the chargers always die. I have to solder in new fuses every 6 months or so. I moved over to Makita, but still fix my parents chargers.
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