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HART 20-Volt Cordless Impact Driver w/ 1.5Ah Battery EXPIRED

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Walmart has HART 20-Volt Cordless Impact Driver w/ 1.5Ah Battery (HPID01B) on sale for $39. Shipping is free.

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Key Features:
  • The 20V one battery system allows you to interchange the battery on all 20V HART products. It powers all HART 20V tools, outdoor, automotive and lifestyle items
  • This product comes with a battery and charger
  • High speed fastening with up to 1,700 in/lbs of torque
  • Variable speed trigger from 0-2500 RPM for faster, more controlled drilling and driving
  • 1/4" quick connect chuck allows fast and easy bit changes
  • Integrated LED work light for enhanced visibility
  • On-board bit storage
Specs:
  • Battery: 20V Lithium-Ion Battery
  • RPM: 0-2,500/min
  • Torque: Up to 1,700 in/lbs
  • Chuck: 1/4" Hex
  • Tool Weight: 2.6 lbs.
Includes:
  • Impact Driver
  • (1) 1.5Ah Lithium-Ion Battery
  • Fast Charger
  • 2" Philips Driving Bit and Operator's Manual

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    • This HART 20-Volt Cordless Impact Driver w/1.5Ah Battery (HPID01B) is priced $40 lower (50.6% savings) than the $79 list price.
    • Refer to the forum thread for additional details and discussion.
  • About this product:
    • This kit has a 4.8 out of 5 star overall rating based on over 700 reviews.
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Nice price.
Battery and charger alone are selling for $69
https://www.walmart.com/ip/583860302

I've been happy with all my HART purchases so far. seems adequate for casual DIYer
I agree a 1/2" impact wrench is what they're looking for, ideally. That said, this is rated at 1700in lbs, which is around 140ft lbs, which would LIKELY take off most lug nuts unless they were over torqued. Upgrading to a 1/2" impact wrench is a quite steep cost increase as well, usually around $125+.

Someone may have to loosen over torqued lugs the next time, but if they are doing oil changes/brakes/etc themselves, and going forward they're only ever tightening and loosening them with this, they should be fine, since it will put them on tight enough, and can take off whatever lug nut it put on.

* Note to new users...you'll also need a set of impact rated sockets. Do NOT use standard sockets. They could shatter and cause serious injury.

* * If you're buying an impact driver for a larger project, consider buying one with a larger battery, or purchase another battery in addition (one to charge while using the other), as a 1.5Ah battery is going to drain quickly. Larger capacity batteries are also able to provide maximum current and thus maximum power more reliably than smaller batteries through a majority of the capacity as well.

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Nice price.
Battery and charger alone are selling for $69
https://www.walmart.com/ip/583860302

I've been happy with all my HART purchases so far. seems adequate for casual DIYer
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I also joined the hart train with some of the recent deals. This impact has been solid.

This + the $15 impact bit set and you're ready to tackle any home fastening task.

Also appears it comes with the 2 amp charger, as someone else said those are running 30$. A lot of the sets came with the 0.5 amp charger.
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How's the quality of the hart brand or the drill? I'm not looking for anything hardcore just mounting a TV.. but I also don't want to spend money if it's just going to be useless after a few uses
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How's the quality of the hart brand or the drill? I'm not looking for anything hardcore just mounting a TV.. but I also don't want to spend money if it's just going to be useless after a few uses
I caught the 5 and 6 piece kits on clearance and have been using them for about 8 months. They work just fine for basic household tasks. I also grabbed a few different Hart inflators for $10.00 and use them more than anything else.
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How's the quality of the hart brand or the drill? I'm not looking for anything hardcore just mounting a TV.. but I also don't want to spend money if it's just going to be useless after a few uses
Home/hobby use, it's fine. Using frequently, at least go with Ryobi brushless.
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Is this enough torque to take a lug nut on/off a car wheel?
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How's the quality of the hart brand or the drill? I'm not looking for anything hardcore just mounting a TV.. but I also don't want to spend money if it's just going to be useless after a few uses
Quality is almost as good as Ryobi. The same company that manufactures HART products also manufactures Ryobi, Milwaukee, and Homelite products.
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Is this enough torque to take a lug nut on/off a car wheel?
It is not. An impact wrench would better suit those needs, particularly 1/2" size.
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It is not. An impact wrench would better suit those needs, particularly 1/2" size.
I agree a 1/2" impact wrench is what they're looking for, ideally. That said, this is rated at 1700in lbs, which is around 140ft lbs, which would LIKELY take off most lug nuts unless they were over torqued. Upgrading to a 1/2" impact wrench is a quite steep cost increase as well, usually around $125+.

Someone may have to loosen over torqued lugs the next time, but if they are doing oil changes/brakes/etc themselves, and going forward they're only ever tightening and loosening them with this, they should be fine, since it will put them on tight enough, and can take off whatever lug nut it put on.

* Note to new users...you'll also need a set of impact rated sockets. Do NOT use standard sockets. They could shatter and cause serious injury.

* * If you're buying an impact driver for a larger project, consider buying one with a larger battery, or purchase another battery in addition (one to charge while using the other), as a 1.5Ah battery is going to drain quickly. Larger capacity batteries are also able to provide maximum current and thus maximum power more reliably than smaller batteries through a majority of the capacity as well.
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I agree a 1/2" impact wrench is what they're looking for, ideally. That said, this is rated at 1700in lbs, which is around 140ft lbs, which would LIKELY take off most lug nuts unless they were over torqued. Upgrading to a 1/2" impact wrench is a quite steep cost increase as well, usually around $125+.

Someone may have to loosen over torqued lugs the next time, but if they are doing oil changes/brakes/etc themselves, and going forward they're only ever tightening and loosening them with this, they should be fine, since it will put them on tight enough, and can take off whatever lug nut it put on.

* Note to new users...you'll also need a set of impact rated sockets. Do NOT use standard sockets. They could shatter and cause serious injury.

* * If you're buying an impact driver for a larger project, consider buying one with a larger battery, or purchase another battery in addition (one to charge while using the other), as a 1.5Ah battery is going to drain quickly. Larger capacity batteries are also able to provide maximum current and thus maximum power more reliably than smaller batteries through a majority of the capacity as well.
Wouldn't count on those torque numbers being accurate. Plus, it's more about the battery than the "supposed" torque rating. I have the Bauer impact similar to this that barely removes car lugs with 1.5 ah batteries but doesn't even hesitate on my truck lugs with the 5 ah battery.

Edit: Just saw the end of your comment. Sorry.
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Wouldn't count on those torque numbers being accurate. Plus, it's more about the battery than the "supposed" torque rating. I have the Bauer impact similar to this that barely removes car lugs with 1.5 ah batteries but doesn't even hesitate on my truck lugs with the 5 ah battery.

Edit: Just saw the end of your comment. Sorry.
No worries. I do agree anyone needing an impact for any automotive work should just bite the bullet and get an impact wrench with a decent sized battery. It's well worth the premium.

Impact wrenches with a reducing adapter will also be far more powerful than any impact driver for even residential purposes like driving heavy fasteners for framing, decking, concrete, etc.

* A tip for those looking...buy a Ridgid impact wrench with a battery included. When part of a bundle, Ridgid warranties the batteries as well as the tool for life. A not well talked about perk when buying Ridgid Wink
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Is this enough torque to take a lug nut on/off a car wheel?
Not a lug nut that's been on the car for a while or got tightened at a shop. Get a $70 Porter Cable corded if all you want to do is take off lug nuts. Very important to get a set of impact sockets - normal thin wall ones do not transmit the force properly and will also crack.
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