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BAHCO - 7865 Impact Driver + 15 piece Assorted Bits - Phillips/Slotted/Hex Screws, Black - £29.19 @ Amazon

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Impact driver set with 15 pcs in black plastic box. Content: 1 impact driver, 1/2" square drive. 1 bit holding adapter for screwdriver bits, 5/16" hexagon and 1/2" square drive. 4 slotted bits, 5/16" hexagon drive (size 5, 6, 8, 10 mm). 4 Phillips bits, 5/16" hexagon drive (size 1, 2, 3, 4 mm). 4 hexagon bits, 5 /16" hexagon drive (size 4, 5, 6, 8 mm). 1 adapter, hexagon 5/16" to 3/8" square drive.
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    I’ve voted hot, because this looks like a really solid impact driver. It’s the sort that you hit with a mallet to undo really stuck screws. 

    Could I suggest that you change the title to make clear what it is? You might get a few more positive votes that way.
    Ahhh I seee. So it transfers the downward force of hitting it with hammer into rotational force.

    I can see where that would be handy.
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    This is very handy in bus industry when you need to take off panels etc. This tool can save you a lot of time. Apart from buses (and trucks, I assume), I do not know where to use it.
    My one regular use (back in my car DIY days) was brake disc retaining screws.
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    I really don't need this... Why am I tempted 😩
    You suffer like me from TAD (tool acquisition disorder), it's curable ! (edited)
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    I just needed one of these Yesterday. Bought the Halfords advanced one at £15 and it seems like very solid tool. £29 seems expensive.
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    Does it have the nasal trimmer attachment?
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    Halfords do one in their Advance (no quibble lifetime guarantee) range for £15 or £12 with a Tradecard.
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    I don't get it, impact driver bit holder, which comes with non impact bits? Does look mean though so still voted hot
    exactly. If you need this tool your in trouble
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    Bahco also does the 7823, does anyone know what the difference is?
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    I have never been able to work out what the attachment with the metal in the middle (see pic below) is used for - any ideas?

    Used for nuts and bolts.
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    Not sure I see an advantage in an expensive one of these.
    The Draper, Laser, Halfords, Hilka etc. all seem about identical to ones I've used that are well over 30 years old and still going strong, and they all regularly go sub-£20 or are less than that anyway.

    When you really need one... it's the best tool you ever bought.
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    These things are lifesavers at the right moments. Painted over screws in hinges in old doors (smash through years of gloss), siezed brake-disc screws on cars where you MUST not snap the screw. Anything that's slightly rounded (or at risk of being rounded) - you'll be very glad you have this.
    Although i got the halfords advanced one for £12 - this seems a bit steep - although Bahco stuff is very good.
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