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Visseuse à chocs Makita Btd144rfe 18V 3.0Ah
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I have used it only a few times so far, but one of the tasks was assembling a set of ramps that required over 48 nylon locknuts to be driven until completely fastened. This is a time consuming task using a ratchet and socket as the locknuts must be driven the entire length of the bolt after starting them by hand. The Makita driver made this nearly effortless, it is so small and lightweight and so easy to use, it doesn't fatigue your wrists or arms.
Another thing that I liked about the 1/4 inch impact driver is the work light that comes on with a light touch of the trigger, and stays on for 10 seconds or so after you release the trigger, so that if you lose your bit position on the screw or fastener, you can easily see where it needs to go. There are 3 settings for driving torque: soft, medium, and hard, changed by a button near the base and indicated by 1 to 3 LEDs being lit when you press the button. The soft setting won't overdrive a screw in drywall, while the hard setting will provide up to 1440 in-lb of torque, according to the manual.
The LXDT01 kit came with the impact driver tool, two 18 volt lithium-ion 3.0 amp-hour batteries, and a charger which Makita claims will charge in 30 minutes. I don't know if this is true, since I haven't even had to charge a battery, I am still using the first battery from the kit as it was shipped to me from Amazon. This has easily outperformed my older 12 volt Makita tools. I also like the fact that this new driver is brushless, so no maintenance.
Overall, I can't really think of anything bad to say about this tool, other than its price, but my past experience has taught me that the pain of a cheap tool that breaks or worse yet, just doesn't work well, is greater in the long run than the flinch upon spending the money. I am certain that I will be buying other Makita LXT 18 volt power tools as the need comes up.