Makita DTW1001Z 18V LXT Brushless 3/4 Inch Impact Wrench Bare Unit

Makita DTW1001Z 18V LXT Brushless 3/4 Inch Impact Wrench Bare Unit
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1 x DTW1001Z Impact Wrench
Description

The DTW1001 is a Cordless Impact Wrench with the power of AC models. With an extra high maximum tightening torque of 1050Nm this machine certainly has plenty of grunt due to the high powered brushless motor and newly designed impact mechanism. It is equipped with twin LED joblights with pre-glow and afterglow function for working in dark areas and 3 Stage Impact Power Selection. This reduces fault tightening, you can suit the material of workpiece or screw at a push of a button.

Features
  • Brushless Motor, providing more power and longer run times
  • Best possible ergonomic handle with soft grip
  • Twin LED joblight, with pre glow and after glow functions
  • Rubber joint construction, suppresses the transmission of vibration to battery terminals
  • Hammer case securely fastened with 4 bolts
  • Easy to operate, push button type F/R change switch
  • Variable speed control - 3 stage impact selection, reduces both rpm and fastening torque
Specification
Noise Sound Power 109 dB(A)
Noise K Factor 3 dB(A)
Vibration K Factor 2 m/sec²
Max Fastening Torque 1050 Nm
Vibration Fastening Bolt 15.5 m/sec²
WEIGHT 3.4700
Impact Rate High 0 - 2200 ipm
Part No DTW1001Z
Barcode 0088381803212
IMPACT RATE (MED) 0 - 2000 ipm
Impact Rate Low 0 - 1800 ipm
Battery Voltage 18 V
BRAND Makita
No Load Speed 0 – 1,800 / 1,000 / 900 rpm
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Latest Reviews
D. Lovatt
After epically failing to remove an overtightened locking wheel bolt from my car by standing and bouncing on an 18 inch breaker bar because it just slipped off due to the shallow depth of engagement of the key in the bolt head I then failed again three times to loosen it by using a heavy duty air impact gun of a similar rating as this Makita DTW1001 and two other 18v electric guns, all of which will easily remove normally tightened wheel bolts @ 120Nm.This absolute beast however managed to shear the wavy patterned driving ring clean off the key after about a minute of hammering in vain, probably from the heat generated softening the steel. The security socket/key was very hot to the touch afterwards.Had I heated the bolt first with a blow torch to expand and perhaps loosen it, (which for the reason above I didn't), it may have budged before leaving the entire security key steel driving ring jammed flush into the bolt head which will now need to be drilled out or eroded with a plasma torch.Carbide rotary burrs in a die grinder will do the job but will take a while, as will a carbide drill. These suckers are hard and specifically designed to be tamper proof. They are not however designed to be removed easily if overtightened by The Incredible Hulk (TM) using the crappy 'cookie cutter' keys provided.This tool is way overkill for car wheel bolts/nuts and probably truck wheel nuts unless they are insanely tight and even then, only if they're standard hexagonal or splined head bolts or nuts that accept a properly hardened impact socket.If you remove a lot of properly torqued HGV wheels or build steel framed structures using M20 bolts etc. then this gun will probably be ideal and the three power levels mean that you can be more gentle than mental if required. With the addition of a 3 jaw chuck and adapter, (if also available in 3/4" drive. If not, a step down to 1/2" can be used), it will also double as a standard cordless drill, albeit a seriously heavy duty one!The variable speed drive mechanism and motor are silky smooth and quiet unless actually hammering tight fittings so for drilling holes in timber frames for example, it would be very civilised until something jams up. The hammer clutch only impacts when significant resistance is encountered. It doesn't hammer loudly when winding and unwinding freely turning nuts and bolts and the same would go for drills and coach bolts or screws until they stop tight.So for cars, if they're locking bolts that require a special socket or patterned key it may just break said key like mine. The one I used was not impact rated and the original was deformed from standing on the breaker bar so it would jump out when an impact driver was used.There's a 40v version of this tool for another £30 with 2050Nm of nutbusting torque according to the spec's that would have sheared the key off even faster but you'll need a 40v battery and charger so I went with this one as I already have a collection of 18V LXT equipment.Unfortunately for my poor locked up wheel bolt, now it's time to get medieval as gentle persuasion clearly wasn't enough to break its free wheel.......
15 November
David Sugden
Good quality
1 July
Rudolph Hessel
Works a treat, enough power and torque to do my telehandler wheel nuts so would easily do the car or van nuts. Like the 3 settings so you can buy a 3/4 to 1/2 inch adapter and use it for weaker bolts/nuts if you wanted without breaking the bolt etc..
4 December
UK Planet Tools Benefits
Reviews 15
D. Lovatt
After epically failing to remove an overtightened locking wheel bolt from my car by standing and bouncing on an 18 inch breaker bar because it just slipped off due to the shallow depth of engagement of the key in the bolt head I then failed again three times to loosen it by using a heavy duty air impact gun of a similar rating as this Makita DTW1001 and two other 18v electric guns, all of which will easily remove normally tightened wheel bolts @ 120Nm.This absolute beast however managed to shear the wavy patterned driving ring clean off the key after about a minute of hammering in vain, probably from the heat generated softening the steel. The security socket/key was very hot to the touch afterwards.Had I heated the bolt first with a blow torch to expand and perhaps loosen it, (which for the reason above I didn't), it may have budged before leaving the entire security key steel driving ring jammed flush into the bolt head which will now need to be drilled out or eroded with a plasma torch.Carbide rotary burrs in a die grinder will do the job but will take a while, as will a carbide drill. These suckers are hard and specifically designed to be tamper proof. They are not however designed to be removed easily if overtightened by The Incredible Hulk (TM) using the crappy 'cookie cutter' keys provided.This tool is way overkill for car wheel bolts/nuts and probably truck wheel nuts unless they are insanely tight and even then, only if they're standard hexagonal or splined head bolts or nuts that accept a properly hardened impact socket.If you remove a lot of properly torqued HGV wheels or build steel framed structures using M20 bolts etc. then this gun will probably be ideal and the three power levels mean that you can be more gentle than mental if required. With the addition of a 3 jaw chuck and adapter, (if also available in 3/4" drive. If not, a step down to 1/2" can be used), it will also double as a standard cordless drill, albeit a seriously heavy duty one!The variable speed drive mechanism and motor are silky smooth and quiet unless actually hammering tight fittings so for drilling holes in timber frames for example, it would be very civilised until something jams up. The hammer clutch only impacts when significant resistance is encountered. It doesn't hammer loudly when winding and unwinding freely turning nuts and bolts and the same would go for drills and coach bolts or screws until they stop tight.So for cars, if they're locking bolts that require a special socket or patterned key it may just break said key like mine. The one I used was not impact rated and the original was deformed from standing on the breaker bar so it would jump out when an impact driver was used.There's a 40v version of this tool for another £30 with 2050Nm of nutbusting torque according to the spec's that would have sheared the key off even faster but you'll need a 40v battery and charger so I went with this one as I already have a collection of 18V LXT equipment.Unfortunately for my poor locked up wheel bolt, now it's time to get medieval as gentle persuasion clearly wasn't enough to break its free wheel.......
15 November
David Sugden
Good quality
1 July
Rudolph Hessel
Works a treat, enough power and torque to do my telehandler wheel nuts so would easily do the car or van nuts. Like the 3 settings so you can buy a 3/4 to 1/2 inch adapter and use it for weaker bolts/nuts if you wanted without breaking the bolt etc..
4 December
mark wright
Amazing power! Saves a lot of elbow grease! And kind on the batteries
21 October
Augustus Feest
What a tool sheered an m10 bolt the first time I used it plenty of power
26 July
Kindle Customer
Bought this for work where sometimes I just need a helping hand to undo big stubborn nuts and bolts, I bought the right tool here. The torque this has is immense, wrong in a way as it is only powered by the 18 volt battery.I love it....now I have every Makita tool I need, and this beast is by far the best!
26 January
SHAH FATEH
Powerful, compact, light, Even works good with 3ah batteries
18 January
Sienna Christiansen
DOES THE JOB WELL, I WOULD RECOMMEND THIS PRODUCT.
11 November
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Makita DTW1001Z 18V LXT Brushless 3/4 Inch Impact Wrench Bare Unit
Makita DTW1001Z 18V LXT Brushless 3/4 Inch Impact Wrench Bare Unit
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