Makita DTD152Z 18V Li-Ion LXT Impact Driver - Batteries and Charger Not Included
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The Makita vs Dewalt rivalry is ancient and is justified. On the one hand, you have Japanese Innovation and then on the other Dewalt gives you the US-bred industry-leading tools. Off course, Dewalt is more American, but Makita has been the leader in Innovation from decades.
Our top recommendation is a brushed impact driver available at half the price of other Makita brushed tools. The primary factor to its fame is its torque of 165Nm, which makes DTD152Z a top contender; especially looking at its price. To tell you in a better way, wheel lug nuts of an average-sized sedan needs 110Nm to fasten. Battery Protection Circuit keeps the cell safe, so none of the high voltage, extra temperature or over-discharge can harm it. As it uses lithium-ion technology, the device gets fade-free power. The Makita DTD152 is an extremely popular impact driver, however, with the Makita DTD153 now available, the question on most people minds is, what is the difference between the two. In this article we will look at the key difference between the two so you can decide which one is right for you, see below for Makita DTD152 vs DTD153… Fastening Torque
Hence the device runs efficiently for longer that also without overheating. Moreover, the integrated XPT protects the device from extreme dirt, debris and liquid to maintain the performance and discourage downtime. Compatible with M4 – M8 size machine screws, M5 – M16 standard bolts, M5 – M12 high tensile bolts, and 22 – 125mm coarse threaded bolts, the DTD152Z has a maximum speed of 2, 900 RPM and 3, 500 impacts per minutes (IPM). Let us tell you that the TD127DZ delivers up to 3, 000 impacts per second, and its engine has a maximum speed of 2, 300 RPM. With 140 Nm, you can use it for a wide range of fastening tasks for precise results.
Torque wise both impact driver a similar and most people wont notice the difference in torque. Impacts Per Minute and No Load Speed (RPM) If your job involves driving screws into concrete or hardwood, then the Makita DTD152Z can be your best alley. You might also want to consider a few other options we have mentioned as runner ups. Currently, Makita 18v cordless power tools are using LXT range if batteries, these batteries can be interchanged with different Makita 18v power tools. The DTD152 and DTD153 are compatible with Makita’s LXT 18v Batteries. Variable Speed Trigger and Electronic BrakeThe Z after the model number indicates that it is the body only without battery, as the battery size can change the hight of the impact driver. The DTD153 is the more compact impact driver and will be more comfortable to handle. Compatible With Makita’s LXT Batteries This one comes from the Makita G-Series and only works on lithium-ion battery platform. If you are a DIY person, then the device will meet or exceed your expectations. You must be thinking; How is that possible with an impact device available at such an affordable price?