Cheap But as good as the expensive makita
Bought this for some DIY at home , v impressed with the power and construction quality.
There is a video on youtube where u can see the inside of this and it confirms that its high quality product .
5 years replacement warranty . what else u can ask for. V happy with this
Great little driver
Not wanting to spend hundreds on similar brands for odd jobs I brought one of these with a 3.0ah battery. Great kit! Drives screws in with ease!
Very happy with the driver and how long the battery last!
Would recommend to anyone looking for a cheap option for the odd jobs.
I've used Bosch, aeg, makita and dewalt in my trade and would easily rate this drill with Aeg.
Never expect much buying cheap Bunnings stuff but I have to admit I've fairly impressed with this impact driver. It's helped build a Aus hardwood, 19mm iron bark decking timber, fence and didn't miss a beat. I'm suprised with the the power it has and the 1.5amp hour battery does so well for what it is. I have recently upgraded to a $700 makita kit with an impact driver. The makita can select the strength of impact where the ozito can't. The makita is also faster and more powerful but it's 10x times the price, so if it wasn't I'd be writing a co...mplaint review. For the money if you're not a tradie you'd be mad to spend crazy amounts of money on one of these. Just a note for the home enthusiast these impact drivers are worth their weight in gold
Bought this from Bunnings in Nov 2016.
I looked at other brands but this one had a more powerful motor(180Nm), cheaper accessories and a 5-year replacement warranty.
Being a mechanic I wanted something for all the smaller fiddly bolts (8-14mm). I didn't expect much but was impressed when I started using it.
Construction wise it seems to have an alloy case at the front, with a rubber protector over that, and plastic for the back and handle. The handle also has rubber grips on it. I haven't dropped it yet so not sure how it will hold up. The...re's 3 LED's on the front for lighting up the work area, most other brands only have 1 or 2. Having said that they're not overly bright but provide an even light. The trigger is variable speed but not like a drill, it has a minimum RPM. I bought a 2.0Ah "PowerXchange" Li-ion battery to go with it and it lasts quite a while. It gets used almost every day 5 days a week, and it's only dropped by 1/3 charge at the end of each week. Takes about 15 mins to recharge.
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