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DeWalt Impact Driver Set £121.50 with code @ Ebay / FFX
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DeWalt Impact Driver Set £121.50 with code @ Ebay / FFX

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Posted 3rd Mar

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1 x DeWalt DCF887 18V Brushless 3 Speed Impact Driver
2 x DeWalt 18 Volt 2.0Ah Battery Packs
1 x Multi-voltage XR charger
1 x Belt Hook
1 x Magnetic Bit Holder
1 x TSTAK heavy duty kitbox
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Impact drivers are rarely run at full tilt for long periods of time, I usually have the 2ah batteries in it as its lighter and not as cumbersome in tight spaces and have noticed little difference between the 2ah and 5ah batteries I have. I would certainly choose this set over a set with only 1 x 4/5ah battery as 10 minutes left on a 2ah or 5ah doesnt matter but having another battery to swap can be priceless at the right time!
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Excellent piece of kit for the price.
Seems like a good price but I'm tied into makita. Heat anyway
I have this and its brilliant, its handled every screw I've thrown at it.
Honestly those batteries are tiny. You can get this on Amazon with a 4ah or 5ah battery for not much more. The big batteries not only last longer but the driver performs way better with the extra power.
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Richard.Donaldson03/03/2020 21:11

Honestly those batteries are tiny. You can get this on Amazon with a 4ah …Honestly those batteries are tiny. You can get this on Amazon with a 4ah or 5ah battery for not much more. The big batteries not only last longer but the driver performs way better with the extra power.



I don't think I will need the extra power as I won't be using mine for huge jobs. But the 2ah will be lighter and more convenient I hope and quicker to charge up.
Richard.Donaldson03/03/2020 21:11

Honestly those batteries are tiny. You can get this on Amazon with a 4ah …Honestly those batteries are tiny. You can get this on Amazon with a 4ah or 5ah battery for not much more. The big batteries not only last longer but the driver performs way better with the extra power.


They don't have any extra power. They are still 18v, just longer run time.
andyb8303/03/2020 21:30

They don't have any extra power. They are still 18v, just longer run time.


That's not necessarily true. The higher capacity packs (5ah or over, I think) tend to use different cells (21700 v 18650), which can have higher sustained current. More current at same voltage = more power.

Edited to add link with more info (for Milwaukee - same will apply to other big brands)

toolguyd.com/mil…ed/
Edited by: "Smithington" 3rd Mar
andyb8303/03/2020 21:30

They don't have any extra power. They are still 18v, just longer run time.


Honestly, I thought the same. It's crazy to think otherwise. But there are a ton of you tube vids that show same driver with different batteries sizes side by side delivering massively different levels of torque. I don't understand why, but it's true.
Richard.Donaldson03/03/2020 21:41

Honestly, I thought the same. It's crazy to think otherwise. But there …Honestly, I thought the same. It's crazy to think otherwise. But there are a ton of you tube vids that show same driver with different batteries sizes side by side delivering massively different levels of torque. I don't understand why, but it's true.



It’s like using a 12v motorcycle battery on a car, same voltage but may struggle to turn the engine over due to cranking amps
Richard.Donaldson03/03/2020 21:41

Honestly, I thought the same. It's crazy to think otherwise. But there …Honestly, I thought the same. It's crazy to think otherwise. But there are a ton of you tube vids that show same driver with different batteries sizes side by side delivering massively different levels of torque. I don't understand why, but it's true.


See my post above and the one responding to you for a quick explanation. Voltage is only one part of a power equation as Power = amps X volts. Increase the amount of amps that can be delivered by using physically larger cells and you can get higher power, if the tool is optimised to use it (i.e. is capable of drawing more current).
Edited by: "Smithington" 3rd Mar
Impact drivers are rarely run at full tilt for long periods of time, I usually have the 2ah batteries in it as its lighter and not as cumbersome in tight spaces and have noticed little difference between the 2ah and 5ah batteries I have. I would certainly choose this set over a set with only 1 x 4/5ah battery as 10 minutes left on a 2ah or 5ah doesnt matter but having another battery to swap can be priceless at the right time!
FFX are highly recommended retailer too, in the past I’ve rung them up and got a slightly better price going direct. This might not happen in this case due to the voucher code but have made numerous purchases with them and customer service and despatch has always been top notch.
Unless you’re using these for driving big 150mm decking screws and coach bolts these will be fine as like mentioned above zipping short screws into brick and wood will be just a couple of seconds.
FFx puts its prices up everytime there’s an “offer” on. So there’s no discount really if you check it’s competitors they cheaper without the 10% off
andyb8303/03/2020 21:30

They don't have any extra power. They are still 18v, just longer run time.


some makes defiantly have more power with the big batteries over the slims, i cant remember what ones tho, but some makes are the same with slims or larger, either way i use slims always and larger if i need too,
Think Milwaukee is one, their power hungry impacts and similar tools provide more torque with the likes of the 9ah iirc due to I believe the pack having a lower impedance, guessing as mentioned above it’s due to current flow.
ag_tops04/03/2020 08:45

FFx puts its prices up everytime there’s an “offer” on. So there’s no disco …FFx puts its prices up everytime there’s an “offer” on. So there’s no discount really if you check it’s competitors they cheaper without the 10% off


This happens across the board to be fair.

Their free delivery is what makes them attractive to most I guess.
Showing @ £349.99...
Wow that jumped up a lot
Edited by: "funkymonkeyboy" 4th Mar
Back down in price
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