ft-lbs. max breakaway torque. Ergonomic handle with textured anti-slip comfortable grip for control and comfort. *With respect to 20V MAX* - Maximum initial battery voltage (measured without a workload) is 20 volts.
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Mac Tools BWP 1/2" Brushless Cordless 3 Speed Impact Wrench 20v Li-ion | eBay
Every one at work is crazy about the new snap on ctm, I was wondering if you guys could do a review on it or a vs with the bwp Would love to know what you think is better between the two. Thanks OB! You made a wise choice. The CTM is nice, and while it specs out really close to the BWP, I still feel that with the price and warranty difference, and the Dewalt compatibility, the is the better option.
I just bought the BWP a couple of weeks ago. So far it has hardly broken a sweat.
Had to repower a skid steer last week excuse I used for buying it. I have some Snap On impacts and a mechanic in my shop uses the Snap On equivelant of my impact. From what I have been able to see they are pretty close. Thanks for posting a review on this tool, not many reviews on these out there. Makita put the light in the wrong spot.
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New mac brushless. Mac now have r spec batteries. Resistance to chemicals. Milwaukee light In wrong spot… and protective boot cost way too much like most of there stuff. Have there been any complaints about the noise level of this gun. I have one and every one complains that the noise output is very high when tightening wheel nuts with a torque stick. Impact Wrench Reviews. Milwaukee Impact Wrench Review.
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Makita 12V Impact Wrench Review. Dewalt Cordless Impact Wrench Review. Great job Travis! Great review Travis, im not convinced it has the power of the other two, but still is a nice gun. The Milwaukee is the heaviest at 6. Should have it up in a week or so. And, in our shootout, this impact wrench finished off the competition in the middle of the pack at a hard 5th place.
Definitely not short on torque, the BWP had a few things going for it that were helpful additions. However, this wrench fell a little short in some key areas that, ultimately, kept it from finishing any higher than it did. While most manufacturers and testers use the Skidmore Wilhelm method for validating torque ratings, we wanted to find a better way to demonstrate raw power. So, we came up with a rig that leveled the playing field for these impact wrenches, and then we validated our results using our Proto torque multiplier with a digital torque wrench.
For our torque testing, we took the winner and measured everything else against the performance of that tool.
It also has a brushless motor, which you might not think would be a huge selling point these days. In fact, these two tools are so remarkably similar that, not only are they specced out almost exactly the same, the BWPM2 uses rebranded DeWalt batteries.
The BWPM2 also features a really functional work light. While this feature does make an appearance on most of the models we tested, we really liked this one for its placement. The gun lagged when we pulled the trigger, which we thought was strange, and ultimately slowed down our operations.
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