An impact driver combo is a tool that combines an impact driver with a drill. It’s an excellent choice for the DIYer who needs to drive screws and fasten nuts, bolts and other fasteners in hard materials. The two tools can be used interchangeably on different materials, so you don’t have to buy two separate tools. These kits are designed for people who need both tools but don't want to buy them separately. The drill/driver combo comes in a cordless model, and the battery pack can be replaced when needed.
BSCIW1802 drill and impact driver sets are compact and lightweight and can be used for a variety of tasks. They are also easy to use and have a lot of power that helps you finish the job faster. If you're looking for an efficient way to drive screws, an impact driver combo might be just right for you.
Featuring a max torque of 220 N.m, no-load speed of 0-2600 rpm and impact rate of 0-3300 bpm make it the perfect tool for a variety of applications. If you want to use the power of the motor to provide more torque to the screwdriver bit while it is in contact with the material being drilled into, this kit will allow you to do so without damaging your material or doing yourself or any harm your device.
The main advantage of using an impact driver combination tool is that it allows you to quickly and efficiently drive screws or bolts into hard materials, such as wood or metal, without damaging them. This means that if you are working on a project that requires a lot of drilling or fastening in different types of materials, this tool can.
BISON impact driver is manufactured with state-of-the-art production processes, ensuring consistent quality and performance. The use of advanced materials makes this impact driver both efficient and effective, providing users with a powerful tool that will deliver consistent results for years to come.
BISON Impact Driver Combo with Battery 18v 20v Specification
Cordless Impact Wrench
12v 18v 20v 24v
Square driver socket 1/2"
Box Outer Packing size
A: An impact driver is much stronger than a drill because it can provide extra torque to loosen stuck bolts and screws or drive them deeper into the material.
A: The main difference lies in the rotation action and power. The impact driver is lighter and more compact than most electric drills. In addition, they provide more power for their size and keep the screwdriver in more engagement with the screw head.
If you need to drill and occasionally drive medium-sized screws, an ordinary drill will suit you. If you are building a deck, installing a plywood underfloor, a tree house to be screwed together, or any other work involving a large number of wood screws, consider investing in impact drivers.