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Best Cordless Impact Drivers in Australia for 2024

 Impact Driver Reviews

1. Makita TD001GM204 Cordless Brushless Impact Driver, 40V Max 4.0Ah

Makita Cordless Brushless Impact Driver, 40V Max 4.0Ah

Makita TD001GM204

Makita’s 40V cordless impact driver is an outstandingly efficient tool. With 40V packed into its powerful, rapid charging batteries, this hex impact driver is designed to ram screws through drywall at high speeds.

Even the box it comes in is well built. If you’re searching for a drill that will outlast you, this is probably it! And, while impact drivers aren’t designed for standard drill tasks, the torque is adaptable, so it can still be used for some light drilling work too.

Pros

  • 220 Nm of torque, designed for impact
  • Up to 3700 rpm for fast driving
  • 40V
  • Lightweight
  • Great value
  • Secure hex shank
  • Integrated cooling fans
  • Battery charge indicator
  • Rapid charging
  • Great battery life

Cons

  • Hex chuck has limited applications
  • Not great for drilling, limited uses

2. Milwaukee M18FID3502C FUEL Cordless Impact Driver Kit, 18V 5.0Ah

Milwaukee FUEL Cordless Impact Driver Kit, 18V 5.0Ah

Milwaukee M18FID3502C 

This powerful impact driver by Milwaukee has a massive 226 Nm of torque, which is more than enough for drywalling, stud work, and pretty much anything else you might need it for.

Like all impact drivers, it’s designed for one task, but it’s still pretty nifty at light-duty drilling thanks to its four adaptable drive modes.

Pros

  • 226 Nm of torque makes this one of the most powerful impact drivers we’ve seen
  • lightweight
  • 18V is lower than most impact drivers
  • Lightweight
  • Secure hex chuck
  • Fast charging
  • Good battery life
  • Good value

Cons

  • Hex chuck has limited applications
  • Suited for quick work, but not detail or drilling

Best Impact Driver for 2024

Best Impact Driver in Australia
Makita Cordless Brushless Impact Driver, 40V Max 4.0Ah

Makita TD001GM204

Cordless drills come in many shapes and sizes, but they are never better placed than with impact drivers. These handy, lightweight drills pack a serious punch, far exceed the abilities of most cordless screwdrivers and even have the ability to drill through most materials with the right bit.

The Makita Cordless Impact Driver is an outstandingly good drill and easily tops our list with its combination of value, comfort, and power.

Check out our reviews on a variety of DIY tools below, each curated to match your specific requirements:

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Gary Clarke

Hi, I'm Gary Clarke, gardening enthusiast and former landscaper. I have had privilege of sharing my gardening knowledge at Aussie Green Thumb since early 2020.

I have a passion for using native Australian plants in Aussie gardens and I always try to promote growing fruit trees and vegetable gardens whenever possible.

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