Impact Wrenches & Drills

DeWALT DCF059Kl 18-Volt Cordless Lithium-Ion Impact Wrench Kit
DeWALT DCF059Kl 18-Volt Cordless Lithium-Ion Impact Wrench Kit
  • Model: DCF059K
  • Shipping Weight: 14lbs
  • 2 Units in Stock

Price:   $369.00

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Technical Details

  • 300 ft-lbs of maximum torque to perform a wide range of heavy-duty fastening applications
  • 1,650 rpm/2,600 bpm for faster application speed
  • Preferred rocker switch design for fast and easy fastening
  • Comfort grip provides maximum comfort
  • Durable magnesium gear case and all metal transmission for extended durability Heavy-duty impacting mechanism directs torque to fastener without kickback

Product Description

The DEWALT DCF059KL Cordless Impact Wrench is a heavy-duty tool that delivers unrelenting nut-busting, screw-driving power. This -1/2-inch-drive, high-torque tool weighs 6.6 lbs., measures 10-3/4 -inch long, and is designed to handle the toughest, most-demanding fastening jobs, such as tightening hex-head bolts, loosening stubborn lug nuts, and power-driving the long, fat lag screws. It’s driven by DEWALT’s exclusive 18-volt lithium-ion battery that delivers both high-speed rotation (1,650 RPM) and rapid-fire concussive blows (2,600 blows/m-inch) directly to the fastener. The result is an incredible 300 ft. lbs. of turning force. Other features include: Heavy-duty gear case and all-metal transmission for extended durability and smoother operation; pro-preferred rocker switch for fast and easy fastening and loosening; center-balanced, T-handle design; and a cushioned grip for maximum comfort all day long. So, whether you’re building docks, decks, bridges or skyscrapers, the DCF059KL cordless impact wrench won’t let you down. It comes with two 18-volt XRP lithium-ion batteries, one-hour charger and a storage case. And it’s backed by DEWALT’s three-year limited warranty, 90-day money-back guarantee, and one-year free service contract.

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This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 19 February, 2011.