Makita TD0101F Compact Impact Driver
Makita TD0101F Compact Impact Driver
£77.96 (£64.97 Ex. VAT)

Makita TD0101F Compact Impact Driver

Code: 501733

  • Very compact impact driver delivers 90Nm of torque
  • Great for production work as well as the home workshop
  • Fitted with a variable speed trigger
  • Forward / reverse switch and handy job light
  • 1/4" hex drive
  • Capacities: machine screw M4-M8, standard bolt M5-M14
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£77.96 (£64.97 Ex. VAT)

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Frequently Bought Together

  • Makita TD0101F Compact Impact Driver
  • WoodSpur Pozidrive Premium Wood Screw Trade Pack
  • Square Drive Adaptors
  • Axminster Trade Bitz PZ2 Impact Bits 25mm (Pkt 10)
Total: £106.58
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This very compact impact driver delivers 90Nm of torque and is great for production work as well as for the home workshop. It is fitted with a variable speed trigger, forward/reverse switch and handy job light. It has a 1/4" hex drive with the following capacities: machine screw M4-M8, standard bolt M5-M14 and high tensile bolt M5-M10.

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Specification

Specification

Bit Size 1/4" Hex
Corded or Cordless Corded
Impact Rate 0 - 3,000 /min
Length: [Front to Back] 180 mm
Model TD0101F
Motor Power 200 W
Nett Weight 0.99 kg
Rating Industrial
Sound Power Level [Uncertainty K] 101 dB(A) [3.0 dB]
Sound Pressure Level [Uncertainty K] 90 dB(A) [3.0 dB]
Speed 0 - 3,500 rpm
Torque 90 Nm
Vibration Fastening [Uncertainty K] 7.5 m/s² [1.5 m/s²]
Voltage 230 V
Reviews (8)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 4.8 out of 5 based on 8 reviews

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nobby

13 April 2018

fantastic bit of kit

unbeleivable power only problem is i cannot use it at 4am its a wee bit noisy
used it as a drill with hex shafts went through 3 inch oak in record speed
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Stuart

24 November 2017

Makita TD0101F

Just the best tool 6in screws no problems used now for 18 month,s never mist a beat.
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Hakon

1 June 2017

The screwdriver equivalent of a hot knife through butter

My experience with electric screwdrivers until now has been a tiny Bosch Ixo, 3.6V rechargeable driver. It has been fine for many lighter tasks, but after several years, the battery is getting weaker, and though I actually know how to replace it (the Ixo uses an integrated type 18650 battery), when I was using 50mm screws to go through MDF and pine when laying an elevated loft floor, it simply wasn't up to the task.

It would screw – most of the way – a few, before giving up and showing me a low battery warning. And it didn't have the torque to get them all the way in, so I ended up doing most of them manually anyway.

After a bit of research, I realised that as tempting as a battery-driven combi driver would be, an impact driver was the way to go, and as anything battery-driven will fade after even moderate use before needing to be recharged, as well as needing expensive replacement batteries a few years down the line, I thought I'd go with a corded one, which was cheaper than the equivalent one with a battery and charger from Makita or DeWalt.

After a lot of hard work after my Ixo gave up, I had left several screws only barely in, and when I brought the Makita along, it was like using the screwdriver equivalent of a hot knife through butter. It was fast, it required practically none of my body weight behind it to get the screw down – unlike the Ixo – and in less than five minutes I had tightened the screws that the combined power of the Ixo and my own strength had given up on getting all the way down, as well as the ones I'd not done before at all. I estimated it was a job that would probably have taken me more than half an hour with a combination of any low-powered electric screwdriver and good old-fashioned elbow grease (combined with a blister in the palm of my hand afterwards).

It is not a very lightweight tool, but the grip is well-balanced and it sits perfectly in the hand, and because you don't need to apply any force yourself to the screw, whether by body weight or muscle power, it is actually lighter in use than any lesser screwdriver.

Speed can be varied with the trigger, and I found it quite easy to control from very slow just to get the bit into the screw and all the way up to full speed.

The carbon brushes will have to be replaced at some point, which is both cheap and easy, but apart from that, it will be great never needing to worry about batteries running down, not being charged right, or needing replacement again. I'm quite happy to leave those kinds of issues mostly just for my iPad and phone.

Batteries and power tools don't really mix in my opinion. With so few corded impact drivers out there, I am happy to say I seem to have found a great one in the Makita.



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P Barnes

15 September 2016

Great tool for the price

I bought this from Axminster and the service was very good. You can't buy this tool in NZ (or anything like it) so I was very pleased that Axminster ship to NZ for a a reasonable price - I think. I got it delivered in about 5 days which is great as far as I am concerned. Very good communications and prompt quotes for postage etc.. The tool itself is of good quality apart from the front silver plastic section which is not made of the same quality plastic as the main body. (I think this is to copy the heavier versions which use alloy in that area.) The cable and plug are of good quality. The tool is light and I decided to move away from battery powered impact drivers since the cost to replace the battery systems is high and the 9 year old Lithium Ion stuff I have needs to be replaced. Would be good if Makita (or anyone) did something like this with a brush-less motor and possibly variable toque / self tapping setting i.e. some of the features of the battery operated models.
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C parkin

12 October 2014

Best tool

Have not had a impact driver before how did I do with out one before . building a shed / workshop 18 foot x 10 foot useing torx head screw they go in like a hot knife into butter . Will not use a drill driver for screwing again . The only down side is the length of the power cable . Gone through over 800 screws and the makita td0101f as not miss a beat many more srcews to go
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