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Makita TD001GD103 Impact Driver 1-40v-2.5Ah Lithium Battery 1/4" Hex Drive XGT

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TD001GD103
£414.85 £345.71

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Makita TD001GD103 Impact Driver

TD001GD103 Makita Impact Driver is powered through 1 x 40v x 2.5Ah Lithium Battery, 40v Fast Charger and Charger Adaptor part of the latest XGT range of cordless power tools from Makita. The TD001GD103 Makita Impact Driver gives the trade electronic 4 stage impact power selection plus 6 assist modes. The 6 assist modes are x2 T-modes, x1 Wood mode, x3 Bolt modes, constant speed control, electronic brake plus quick mode switching function with memory function. This 40v Impact Driver comes with forward and reverse rotation, variable speed trigger control, brushless motor technology and a bright LED worklight

Specification of Makita TD001GD103 Impact Driver

  • Part of the superb XGT range
  • Brushless motor technology
  • 1 x 40v x 2.5Ah lithium battery
  • DC40RA XGT fast charger
  • ADP10 XGT to LXT charger adaptor
  • No load speed max 0 to 3700rpm, hard 0 to 3200rpm, med 0 to 2100rpm and soft 0 to 1100rpm
  • Maximum blows per minute 0 to 4400ipm
  • Maximum blows per minute high 0 to 3600ipm
  • Maximum blows per minute med 0 to 2600ipm
  • Maximum blows per minute low 0 to 1100ipm
  • Maximum fastening torque 220Nm
  • M5 to M16 standard bolts
  • M5 to M14 high tensile bolts
  • Coarse thread length 22mm to 125mm
  • Machine screws M4 to M8
  • Driving shank 1/4" hex
  • Electronic 4-stage impact power selection
  • 6 assist modes x2 t-modes, x1 wood mode, x3 bolt modes
  • Electric brake
  • Variable speed trigger control
  • Constant speed control
  • Quick mode switching function with memory function
  • Forward and reverse rotation
  • Bright LED work light
  • Ergonomically designed high comfort grip
  • One touch sliding chuck quick and easy bit install/removal
  • Makita MakPac 2 carry case
  • Weight 2kgs
  • All Makita Power Tools from Power Tools UK come with full industrial warranty

Makita Power Tools, Batteries and Chargers purchased from Power Tools UK are warranted to be free of defects from workmanship and materials for a period of 12 months from the original date of invoice. Makita customers can extend this initial Power Tools UK warranty period out to 36 months by registering machines, batteries or chargers directly with Makita at makitauk.com/3-year-warranty within 30 days of purchase. Should any Makita machine fail during the extended free of charge warranty period, the returns process could not be simpler with faulty tools returned directly to Makita for inspection, repair or replacement as appropriate

  1. The easiest and quickest way to arrange Makita Warranty is to contact their dedicated warranty team on 0800 345 7942 they will assist and help to arrange the return from you at the earliest opportunity. Please note that you will be asked for certain information including date of purchase and original invoice number before the warranty claim can be processed
  2. Makita at an agreed time and date will uplift the machine from any business or residential address, (it does not need to be the original invoice address shown on your paperwork) Makita WILL NOT COLLECT from building sites
  3. Please carefully package the machine ready for transit clearly marking the RMA reference on the package in advance of the agreed time and date of uplift
  4. Makita's commitment to their product range means that they will always endeavour to keep a complete stock of all spares for current and older products within their range. Under normal conditions Makita UK will inspect, report, repair, replace and return within 7 working days

Please note that warranty does not apply where:-

  • Repairs have been made or attempted by others
  • Repairs are required because of normal wear or tear
  • The tool has been abused, misused or improperly maintained
  • Alterations have been made to the tool    
  • This guarantee does not affect your statutory rights