Hitachi WR12DM2 12 Volt Impact Wrench (Reconditioned)

Hitachi WR12DM2 12 Volt Impact Wrench (Reconditioned)

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Condition: Grade A
Our Price $125.00
UPC Code: 717709007994

Availability: Out of stock

Features

Features

Half the size and weight of a typical driver for easy handling
Industrial grade, 2-piece, rare earth magnet motor means more power and longer tool life
Labyrinth construction for optimal cooling
Electronic feedback power control for equal torque and RPM in both forward and reverse
Pivoting 5-position belt hook for portability
LED work light to illuminate the work surface
Specifications

Specifications

Length: 6 inches
Height: 7 inches
Weight: 3.5 lbs
Torque: 1,500 inch-lbs.
Drive: 1/2-inch square
No-Load Speed: 2,600rpm
Impact Rate: 3,200ipm
Includes

Includes

2 – 2.0 Ah Batteries 1-Hour Charger Plastic Case
Manuals

Manuals

View FileParts Manual (PDF)    Size: (175.99 KB)Parts Manual (PDF)
Videos

Product Video

Reviews

Customer Reviews 4 item(s)

Big Sky Tool Reviews
The product is very good and the batteries are better than I expected.
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Review by Jim Audo / (Posted on 3/31/2013)
Big Sky Tool Reviews
I use this all the time. No drilling, but as a wrench or using a 1/4 hex adapter as a driver, it is great. By far the most powerful weight to power ratio in a non lithium wrench or driver I've seen. I haven't found anything that it doesn't have enough torque for. I'm looking a getting a backup.
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Review by Steven Mockus / (Posted on 3/31/2013)
Big Sky Tool Reviews
One of the best things I have ever purchased online. These guys are the best. Thanks.
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Review by Vincent Lichioveri / (Posted on 3/27/2013)
Big Sky Tool Reviews
This tool has been awesome for use at work and around the garage at home. Removing skid plates, seat belts, seat anchors and even wiper arms- it does it all the battery lasts virtually forever. Worth ever value researched spent and the reason why I bought 2 other Hitachi's from this company!
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Review by Martin Hilger / (Posted on 3/26/2013)