Sears has Craftsman C3 19.2-volt cordless 1/2" impact wrench kit on sale for $89.88.  Regular priced at $139.99.  Model # 31305.  Free shipping.  

The Cordless 1/2" Impact Wrench Kit comes fully powered by a 19.2 volt NiCad battery-more than enough power to loosen the toughest bolt or most stubborn lug. Plus, a built-in LED acts as a flashlight so you can see what you're doing even at night. Add it to your arsenal of other Craftsman power tools, including one to keep in your trunk so you'll always be prepared for anything.

  • Craftsman C3 Cordless 1/2'' Impact Wrench Kitcomes with a 19.2-Volt variable speed motor for the power you need when you need it to fasten and unfasten

    • 200 ft-lb of Torque
    • Handle designed for balance and comfort and ensures a steady grip for long hours of work
    • Built-in LED lets you see what you're doing even at night
    • Portable and easily transportable-the perfect roadside accessory for changing tires fast so you can get back on the road
    • No assembly required
    • Full 1 year limited warranty


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I just went to buy this, and was surprised to see it also offered $23.49 in SYWR points! Even better deal.

Real impacts of the Li battery type start at 300+ ft lb to around 500+. Air to about 800+. Calling this a wrench is charitible.

This isn't a toy, but it WON'T loosen some things in the normal household. Like some auto suspension and axle parts for example.

Best for light duty like removing car tires. Not necessarily big truck tires.

And as the battery ages and capacity goes down... Well, you didn't have much to spare in the first place.

I have a 120v impact wrench like this (H.F.) rated to 200 ftlb, that couldnt remove 60 ftlb bolts from my tranny. Had to use a breaker bar by hand, and they came out easily.

Also have a 20v impact driver (drill-sized, rated to 100 ftlb), that couldnt remove bolts spec'd at 16 ftlb. Even if they got stuck a little more due to time, oil and heat, and they were now 35 ftlb ... thats still a massive failure for a 100 ftlb tool. The 120v wrench did work on these, though. Yay.



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