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Makita 18V LXT Lithium-Ion Sub-Compact Brushless Cordless Impact Driver EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has Makita 18V LXT Lithium-Ion Sub-Compact Brushless Cordless Impact Driver (XDT15ZB) for $63.99. Shipping is free.
Note, in stock July 12, 2021

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About this item:
  • Compact and ergonomic design at only 5-5/16"
  • Weighs only 2.6 lbs. With battery (battery not included) for reduced operator fatigue
  • Ideal for working in tight spaces
  • Variable speed (0-1,300/0-3,000 RPM & 0-1,600/0-3,900 IPM) for a wide range of fastening applications
  • Assist mode (a-mode) feature helps eliminate "screw cam-out" and "cross threading" by driving at low speed until tightening begins

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Lowest I've seen it. Normally this goes for $110 or so.

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i want. but i can't. must resist. i'm married to rigid now. we've been together since last black friday.

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Got this for $57 back in November. It's my everyday drill.

never mind. i thought this was the sub-compact drill. i have the XDT16Z impact and it is amazing.
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It's a good price but this and the other subcompact drills have hovered around $60-$70 new/open box on the marketplaces since Christmas due to all the bundle deals.

Best bet is to buy a kit and part out what you don't need. But if you're only in the market for this I don't think it'll go much lower from a reputable seller in the factory packaging
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came as a free tool on a track saw purchase I made. Intended to sell it to balance the price but liked it too much to give it up. One of my favorite tools.
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Ships 6/23 but still let me order. Great find!
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i want. but i can't. must resist. i'm married to rigid now. we've been together since last black friday.
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Can I remove my Honda Accord lug nuts with it?
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Quote from jamesjamerson :
Can I remove my Honda Accord lug nuts with it?
Probably not. You might be able to remove the lug nuts off a Honda Civic or Fit with this. YMMV.
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Quote from jamesjamerson :
Can I remove my Honda Accord lug nuts with it?
Use a breaker bar to loosen them first, then this to take it off completely.
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Noob here. Is this a drill or a screwdriver or both?
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Got mine back when everyone was running the tool deals around november but I love this thing, so much power in such a small package. I actually just finished installing a mobility pole for my parents with it about an hour ago and it drilled screws right into the floor studs with no issue. I'm definitely a makita fan after getting this and the drill of the same series. I also got the portable impact wrench they make which is a beast as well @400ft/lbs of torque. These tools make me look for stuff that needs to be fixed because it's such a breeze to work with laugh out loud.
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Quote from maheeinfy :
Noob here. Is this a drill or a screwdriver or both?
Not a drill, but can do like drilling it must. Mean to be a good driver, especially for driving bolts and 3" screws. Beats a regular drill any day without effort. If you can only afford one, get the drill instead. Ideally you want both.
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Quote from maheeinfy :
Noob here. Is this a drill or a screwdriver or both?
It's a hammering drill!!!
It's not as fast as a reg drill but it has more torque.
You could also use it as a screwdriver, the extra torque will come in handy.
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It's made in China. If it was made I'm Japan I would definitely pick one up. I saw a test where the Japanese model outperformed the one made in China.
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