Energizer EZCCB18V2B2AUK 18V Brushless Portable Impact Wrench + 2 x 2.0Ah Batteries, Charger & Case - £79 delivered @ UK Planet Tools
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Energizer EZCCB18V2B2AUK 18V Brushless Portable Impact Wrench + 2 x 2.0Ah Batteries, Charger & Case - £79 delivered @ UK Planet Tools

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Posted 10th May
Energizer is the energy specialist and provides the best quality products.

The 18V and 2Ah ENERGZER battery is Lithium-Ion.

It gathers a great amount of energy in a very small pack.

Contrary to other battery types, ENERGIZER Lithium batteries do not present self-discharge phenomenon which means that they do not loose their charge over time.

ENERGIZER Lithium batteries have a longer lifespan and don't have memory effects so you can keep using your tool longer.

Enjoy a smarter and more powerful tool thanks to its brushless motor of 2600 rpm and a torque of 320 Nm.

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1 x Impact Wrench

2 x 2.0Ah Batteries

1 x Charger

1 x Carry Case
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36 Comments
Zaxxan10/05/2019 09:45

Link to Energizer …Link to Energizer website:energizer-tools.com/cordless-tools/224-portable-power-tool-impact-wrench-18v-2ah-3661602022325.htmlFull price is £236UK Planet Tools also have a combi drill available for £79 but I don't think the saving on this is so great as I don't think it is brushless.ukplanettools.co.uk/Products/energizer-combi-drills/energizer-ezpp18v2a-18v-combi-hammer-drill-with-2-x-2-0ah-batteries-charger-case/ezpp18v2a


That’s not the same impact wench in your link. I’m a little upset as I bought one from amazon last week it was a brand I’d never heard of but the reviews were all 5 stars it is very powerful and had a 2 year warranty. I’m tempted to grab this as well because it’s brushless. This is the one I bought and to be fair it’s really good.
amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1
Brand wise, I think the name is just licensed out, probably to some cheap Chinese manufacturer. They also license the energizer brand to b&m for various of their products.
polly6910/05/2019 10:02

That’s not the same impact wench in your link. I’m a little upset as I bou …That’s not the same impact wench in your link. I’m a little upset as I bought one from amazon last week it was a brand I’d never heard of but the reviews were all 5 stars it is very powerful and had a 2 year warranty. I’m tempted to grab this as well because it’s brushless. This is the one I bought and to be fair it’s really good. https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07D37952M/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o04_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1


The part numbers are the same and the spec is the same from what I can see.

This one is brushless and is 320Nm also has a 2 year warranty.
Edited by: "Zaxxan" 10th May
Quick question Please, Can these impact drills take nuts off a car wheel ? Thanks
Georgedeals10/05/2019 11:03

Quick question Please, Can these impact drills take nuts off a car wheel …Quick question Please, Can these impact drills take nuts off a car wheel ? Thanks


This can because it's an impact wrench not an impact drill. Seems to be some confusion in that regard.
Thank you
seems good for a cordless impact

never heard of the website though... they offer PayPal so I presume they are respectable..?
Thanks ordered one, Seems a good deal
Edited by: "Georgedeals" 10th May
adamspencer9510/05/2019 13:00

seems good for a cordless impactnever heard of the website though... they …seems good for a cordless impactnever heard of the website though... they offer PayPal so I presume they are respectable..?


I've used them a few times now and they have been great. Free next day delivery via DPD if you spend over £50 and free 2-3 day delivery over £10. I have just ordered a charger which was only £18 and they have still despatched it via DPD for next day delivery. So far they seem to be a professional outfit.

You can check out the size of the building by putting their postcode (MK11QU) into Google maps
Edited by: "Zaxxan" 10th May
bit of digging reveals they use PayPal via Sagepay so you get no protection via Paypal (due to their requirement for direct payment)

bit iffy to me tbh.
adamspencer9510/05/2019 15:57

bit of digging reveals they use PayPal via Sagepay so you get no …bit of digging reveals they use PayPal via Sagepay so you get no protection via Paypal (due to their requirement for direct payment)bit iffy to me tbh.


But does it mean that it still has to go through PayPal ? if Paypal advertise their name then this could be fraud which means Paypal would have stopped this by now
Georgedeals10/05/2019 16:04

But does it mean that it still has to go through PayPal ? if Paypal …But does it mean that it still has to go through PayPal ? if Paypal advertise their name then this could be fraud which means Paypal would have stopped this by now


Nothing fraudulent - they just use Sagepay as an intermediary

therefore doesn't fit the criteria for Paypal buyer protection but isn't fraud
You could always use a credit card if you have one.
With each delivery I have received there has been a full glossy UK Planet Tools catalogue. I have purchased several DeWalt tools from them, all came well packaged and all were new. I registered all of the tools via the DeWalt site for the 3 year warranty without any issues.
Edited by: "Zaxxan" 10th May
Zaxxan10/05/2019 16:28

You could always use a credit card if you have one.


Yep I've done this, although at less than £100 I don't think there is any real benefit over a debit card, other than indirect loss (vs direct) in case of theft of card details

Will report back any problems

They do also have a youtube video about this item which shows pretty good performance compared to some other well known brands:
adamspencer9511/05/2019 11:06

Yep I've done this, although at less than £100 I don't think there is any …Yep I've done this, although at less than £100 I don't think there is any real benefit over a debit card, other than indirect loss (vs direct) in case of theft of card detailsWill report back any problemsThey do also have a youtube video about this item which shows pretty good performance compared to some other well known brands:[Video]


Yes I've seen that. I think for the money it is a good buy.
Georgedeals10/05/2019 11:03

Quick question Please, Can these impact drills take nuts off a car wheel …Quick question Please, Can these impact drills take nuts off a car wheel ? Thanks


This is a impact wrench, yes It can.
Has anyone received this impact wrench?
brushless motor of 2600 rpm and a torque of 320 Nm.... This any good for an impact wrench compared to others in the market at this price?
It also has a half inch drive so for the money it is the cheapest impact wrench I have seen.
Zaxxan13/05/2019 16:28

Has anyone received this impact wrench?


mine is apparently due today
Ordered, just hope those figures are genuine. Was struggling to get the hub bolts off last night, and need to change some shockers too.
mine arrived. fairly compact and both batteries are fully charged. not the best build quality, a few nicks and scratches (unless it's been returned before, idk...)

speed control seems useful although it took me a minute to figure out what the buttons mean (RTFM)

got an awful off-gassing smell too

will try it on a bolt at some point
adamspencer9514/05/2019 16:23

mine arrived. fairly compact and both batteries are fully charged. not the …mine arrived. fairly compact and both batteries are fully charged. not the best build quality, a few nicks and scratches (unless it's been returned before, idk...)speed control seems useful although it took me a minute to figure out what the buttons mean (RTFM)got an awful off-gassing smell toowill try it on a bolt at some point


I hope it's ok!

Is the smell coming from the batteries when they are being charged?
Zaxxan14/05/2019 19:36

I hope it's ok! Is the smell coming from the batteries when they are being …I hope it's ok! Is the smell coming from the batteries when they are being charged?


no i havent charged them yet, its just off-gassing from all the plastics so it smells a bit 'industrial'

should fade with time
adamspencer9514/05/2019 19:50

no i havent charged them yet, its just off-gassing from all the plastics …no i havent charged them yet, its just off-gassing from all the plastics so it smells a bit 'industrial'should fade with time


Oh I see, I've not heard of that term before for plastics.
ok can update now-

pretty confident it doesnt have 320Nm of torque. it took a good few seconds for it to remove wheel nuts torqued to 120Nm a few months ago (so unlikely to be significantly above that due to rust etc)

it did remove them though, pretty noisy as most impacts are, but i think it would struggle for anything *really* stuck on

i was using a 17mm impact socket, by the way.

if you don't expect too much from it, it seems fine, but i wouldnt expect it to remove head bolts, crank bolts etc..
adamspencer9515/05/2019 16:02

ok can update now-pretty confident it doesnt have 320Nm of torque. it took …ok can update now-pretty confident it doesnt have 320Nm of torque. it took a good few seconds for it to remove wheel nuts torqued to 120Nm a few months ago (so unlikely to be significantly above that due to rust etc)it did remove them though, pretty noisy as most impacts are, but i think it would struggle for anything *really* stuck oni was using a 17mm impact socket, by the way.if you don't expect too much from it, it seems fine, but i wouldnt expect it to remove head bolts, crank bolts etc..


Damn, thanks for the honest review. Mine's a day late anyway so may just refuse delivery.
Edited by: "Bossworld" 16th May
Bossworld16/05/2019 07:38

Damn, thanks for the honest review. Mine's a day late anyway so may just …Damn, thanks for the honest review. Mine's a day late anyway so may just refuse delivery.


all depends on what you want to do with it

cordless versions generally are weaker than pneumatic
adamspencer9516/05/2019 12:33

all depends on what you want to do with itcordless versions generally are …all depends on what you want to do with itcordless versions generally are weaker than pneumatic


Undo the two bolts holding my shock absorber to my car.

It's arrived, it undid a wheel bolt torqued to 100nm
Bossworld16/05/2019 12:40

Undo the two bolts holding my shock absorber to my car.It's arrived, it …Undo the two bolts holding my shock absorber to my car.It's arrived, it undid a wheel bolt torqued to 100nm


it'll probably be OK for stuff like that. usually only 60Nm or so (freshly torqued)

I'm keeping mine

i do have a mains powered 1/2 impact which has a lot more torque if it starts to struggle but means running extensions etc..
adamspencer9516/05/2019 12:53

it'll probably be OK for stuff like that. usually only 60Nm or so (freshly …it'll probably be OK for stuff like that. usually only 60Nm or so (freshly torqued)I'm keeping minei do have a mains powered 1/2 impact which has a lot more torque if it starts to struggle but means running extensions etc..


They're bound with 14 years of rust but I'm sure the blowtorch will help things on their way
anyone bought this used it in anger yet. looking foe one foe home mechanic use
Has anyone else had any good usage yet ? Really tempted at the price but woul£ like some feedback first thanks
dtlewis2810/07/2019 12:38

Has anyone else had any good usage yet ? Really tempted at the price but …Has anyone else had any good usage yet ? Really tempted at the price but woul£ like some feedback first thanks


Sorry I didn't get a notification. I was able to use this to change all four shocks on the car that had likely been on for 14 years / 130k miles. Made fairly light work of an otherwise grotty job and think I would have struggled more with just a breaker bar.

For £80 happy to sign off on a recommendation
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