Milwaukee 0799-20 V28 7/16" Hex Impact Driver (Bare Tool)
List Price: $536.00
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Part Number: 0799-20 UPC: 045242004188 Weight: 12
DescriptionMilwaukee 0799-20 Specifications:
• Voltage: 28V
• Hex: 7/16"
• Torque: 325 ft. lbs.
• Battery: Lithium-Ion
• Max Speed: 1,450 rpm
• Impacts Per Minute: 2,450 ipm
Milwaukee 0799-20 Features:
• Tool only
• Provides the power, speed and run-time to drive larger lags, drill bigger holes, and remove larger nuts
• Powerful Milwaukee 28V motor makes breaking loose 'stuck' nuts a breeze
• Heavy-duty magnesium mechanism housing provides extreme job-site durability
• Comfortable non-slip, soft-grip surfaces that reduce vibration and fatigue
• Forward/reverse shuttle is conveniently located above the variable speed switch for fast, easy access
• Designed for heavy-duty use, whether driving large lag screws, anchors and bolts, drilling large holes, or removing lug nuts
• A heavy-duty steel ring (included) can be attached for convenient tethering when working high overhead or for raising/lowering the tool when working from a ladder or utility pole
• Up to 2X the run time of 18V tools
• Delivers up to 40-50% more power
• 28 volts of power at 18 volt battery weight
• Convenient battery fuel gauge shows charge level
V28 weighs in...light
You’d think a 28-volt system with heavy-duty power would weigh almost twice as much as an 18-volt system. Not so, says Meyer. “The V28 technology is so powerful and the weight of a 3.0 amp-hour, 28-volt battery is slightly less than a conventional 18-volt NiCd battery pack.”
Fade-free power: Instead of the gradual but noticeable power decline users expect as a NiCd or NiMH battery pack discharges, the V28 Lithium-Ion cells maintain consistent power. Power doesn’t drop off drastically until the very last hole or cut.
Corded tool power: The higher 3.0 amp-hr. output and 28 volts of muscle mean you can use V28 tools that in the past could only be available as corded. For example, the hammer-drill puts out 600 in.-lbs. of torque, and the circular saw cuts at 4,200 rpm, which is much closer to corded saw speeds than the 3,200 rpm found on NiCd models.