BLACK+DECKER BDCI20C 20V MAX Lithium Impact Driver

The BLACK+DECKER BDCI20C 20v MAX Lithium Impact Driver features a high performance transmission that delivers 1375 in-lbs of max torque (determined by 30 second impact load gauge test method). This driver has a quick release 1/4″ hex chuck. This unit offers variable speed, operates at 0-3000 rpm, and 0-39000 BPM. The BDCI20C Impact Driver is compact & lightweight for ease of use for all types of jobs. Maximum initial battery voltage (measured without a workload) is 20 volts. Nominal voltage is 18. Includes: (1) BDCI202 Impact Driver, (1) 20v Max Battery, (1) Charger, (1) Screwdriving bit.

Product Features

  • High Performance Transmission delivers 1375 in-lbs of max torque
  • Quick Release 1/4″ Hex Chuck
  • Compact & Lightweight for ease of use

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3 Responses to BLACK+DECKER BDCI20C 20V MAX Lithium Impact Driver

  1. meow says:

    good enough

  2. CD says:

    Great addition to collection This thing is amazing. I have a few other B&D 20V products and with having the battery and charger already I wanted to get this to complete the collection. I love the power of this product as the Drill/driver with the 20V series did not have enough power for some of the more extensive larger products that I was doing. This has had no issue with these larger products and long heavy screws with thick, heavy grain wood. the torque power with this is great. So far this has been amazing and it…

  3. Anonymous says:

    For the price, this is amazing. I am not really a heavy user but, so far this driver has served me well. Buy a drill bit chuck adapter and you can use it as a drill. Quite useful to remove really tight screws, nuts and bolts. for nuts and bolts you need to buy a socket adapter.This tool won’t help you remove your tires. Do your homework and note that this one only delivers 1375 in-lbs. To remove a tire you need around 2280 in-lbs and one with this much torque will break the bank. To…