Discount: DEWALT Bare-Tool DW059B 1/2-Inch 18-Volt Cordless Impact Wrench (Tool Only, No Battery)

DEWALT Bare-Tool DW059B 1/2-Inch 18-Volt Cordless Impact Wrench (Tool Only, No Battery)

DEWALT Bare-Tool DW059B 1/2-Inch 18-Volt Cordless Impact Wrench (Tool Only, No Battery)
Delivering 0-1650 RPM and 0-2600 BPM, DeWalt’s DW059 lets you handle a wide range of heavy-duty fastening and loosening applications quickly and easily. The heavy-duty impact mechanism of the DeWalt DW059 directs 300 ft-lbs of maximum torque to the fastener without kickback. This cordless impact wrench is capable of performing a wide range of fastening applications, like roofs and wall applications, metal to metal application, metal to wood applications, light-duty fastening applications, and more. The textured, anti-slip grip of the DeWalt DW059 reduces user fatigue and discomfort. The durability of this impact wrench tool is further ensured by the magnesium gear case and all-metal transmission. Offering first-rate performance and durability along with exceptional ergonomics, the versatile DEWALT DW059B 18-volt, 1/2-inch cordless impact wrench makes quick work of sticky fasteners and tough fastening applications. The 1/2-inch-drive impact wrench delivers both ro

  • 300 ft-lbs of maximum torque,1,650 rpm/2,600 bpm for fast
  • Preferred rocker switch design for fast and easy fastening
  • Comfort grip provides maximum comfort
  • Durable magnesium gear case, all metal transmission, heavy-duty impacting mechanism directs torque to fastener without kickback
  • Tool only (battery not included)

List Price: $ 258.30

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    • Keith (aka "wire")
    • December 15, 2014
    110 of 112 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde, June 29, 2011
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    This review is from: DEWALT Bare-Tool DW059B 1/2-Inch 18-Volt Cordless Impact Wrench (Tool Only, No Battery) (Tools & Home Improvement)
    I own a business where we source vehicle parts for various shops – obsolete parts, discontinued parts, and when we’re unable to locate NOS parts – used parts. I purchased this impact to replace another cordless impact that died, for mobile-use in areas where power is not available and extension cords are impractical (e.g. body shops, salvage yards, etc.).

    While I’ve found this impact wrench to be more than capable, it has two major short-comings for those considering a battery operated impact for shop/professional use.

    First, the anvil incorporates a detent pin, for retaining the socket. This makes the placing/changing a socket on the impact difficult, for most sockets. While those sockets with considerable wear usually go-on without much fight, most sockets either have to be forced onto the anvil, or the detent pin has to be manually depressed to get the socket to slip over the pin. Removing the socket can be even more problematic, if the detent pin is accidently placed into the retainer-hole that is drilled into most impact sockets. You must use a small diameter phillips or torx screwdriver to manually depress the detent pin, before it will release the socket.

    Second, the “trigger” switch is non-standard and functionally poor in design. Unlike most impacts, the switch is a pivoting type of rocker-switch that is approximately 2″ in length. This requires you to either reposition your hand to change from removing a bolt/nut to tightening a bolt/nut – or to use your index finger for removal and ring-finger to tighten. Several people “inadvertently” used the impact in the wrong direction before getting use to the rocker-switch, and in one case significant shop-time was wasted extracting a bolt that was sheared as a result.

    To the positive, this impact is very strong when it comes to bolt/nut removal. I’ve had it remove 32mm axle-nuts, where a 25″ breaker bar could not “break” the axle-nut loose after repeated tries – and this was not on a fresh battery. I routinely use it to remove pinch-bolts (spindles), subframe bolts (front wheel drive transmissions), and U-bolts (rear axle assemblies), without any significant problem.

    Overall, I rate this cordless impact as follows:

    – Ability (5) outperforms other battery-operated impacts in the same price and torque range

    – Design (3) detent pin significantly increases time required to change sockets; the rocker-switch can be difficult for some to adapt to – especially when you routinely change between an air-impact and cordless-impact.

    – Price (5) performs nearly as well as higher-priced cordless impacts, such as Milwaukee and Snap-On

    – Useability (3) again due to the added time required to change impact sockets (detent pin) and non-standard trigger-switch, it detracts from use in situations where the socket must be frequently changed.

    If DeWalt were to produce this same cordless impact with a hog-ring type retaining anvil, as well as a single-pull switch and separate directional switch – like the DC823B – I could see this becoming the defacto standard in mid-range cordless impact wrenches.

    Overall, I rate the DeWalt DW059B/K Impact Wrench a (4).


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    • Mike K
    • December 15, 2014
    30 of 32 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Its a beast, October 21, 2009
    Mike K (Ohio) –

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    Great price without the battery. Very powerful. Able to easily remove lug nuts without effort or the need for a breaker bar.

    Get it if you need something small (relatively) that can remove multiple sets of wheels without breaking a sweat.

    Only gripe…the trigger. It isn’t like a regular dewalt drill where there is the button you push back and forth to change the direction the drill goes when you pull the trigger, the trigger has an upper and lower portion…a little harder to use but fine none the less.


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