Hitachi announced this week that it had developed a prototype of a rechargeable lithium-ion battery cell that will double the typical useful life of the technology to more than 10 years. While Hitachi said the new technology will be aimed first at industrial batteries for electric vehicles and wind farms, these advancements are certain to […]
If you have a Hitachi NV83A2 coil nailer, you need to check the manufacturing dates because if it was made between October 2002 and September 2005, it might have a defect that can actually hurt you. About 50,000 nailers in the US and 15,000 in Canada are affected by this Hitachi coil nailer recall. Name of Product: Coil Nailers […]
Take something that is already good and continue to make it better. That’s what Hitachi did with their new Hitachi DS10DFL 12V Micro Drill Driver. This drill is also part of Hitachi’s KC10DFL 12V Driver Drill and Impact Driver Micro Combo Kit. Features like a smaller size, lighter weight, better batteries and more power are just a few of the improvements that make this new tool stand out. In a market with many new tools in the sub-compact category, it can be a tricky endeavor to add value as well as good features.
The new Hitachi C8FSHE 8-1/2â€ sliding compound miter saw was released to coincide with Hitachiâ€™s 20th year in the business since making the first ever sliding compound miter saw back in 1988. The sliding compound miter saw bridges the gap between much larger radial arm saws and fixed blade miter saws. With the ability to slide the blade assembly, large cuts are made easy. The innovation of Hitachi has not slowed down either. With these new series of saws, more power has been added along with more refinement in the overall machine to help make carpentersâ€™ jobs easier by helping them work smarter.
Take something that is good and make it better. That’s what Hitachi did with their new KC10DFL 12V Drill/Driver and Impact Driver Micro Combo Kit. Features like smaller size, lighter weight, better batteries and more power are just a few of the improvements that make these new tools stand out. In a market with many new tools in the sub compact category, it can be a tricky endeavor to add value and good features.
Hitachi Power Tools announced on Tuesday, March 24, 2009 that they will now offer a 10-Year Lithium Ion Tool warranty. Hitachi cordless power tool are designed to high standards and are carefully tested for both performance and durability. Since they believe so much in their tools they are going to offer this new 10-year Lithium […]
With a nifty color scheme and futuristic styling, the Hitachi NT65MA3 2 1/2-Inch 15 Gauge Finish Nailer has the good looks to back up its strong performance and fancy features. With the 34 degree nail magazine, you will be able to get the head of this nail gun into the tightest corners. Donâ€™t let its light weight of 4.4 lbs fool you either because it packs enough power to drive 2-1/2â€ finish nails into almost any material.
The Hitachi NR90AE 3-1/2â€ Round Head Framing Nailer weights in at only 7.5 pounds and has an ideal power-to-weight ratio for driving nails into the hardest materials. This model is just as hard working as the well known NR83 that proceeded but with a really cool new look and some great improvements.
The Hitachi EC119SA 4-Gallon Twin-Stack Air Compressor comes with many big compressor features in a compact and portable unit. With class leading power, this unit is ready for action. Featuring a powerful 2.5 HP induction motor that runs at 15 Amps which is coupled to a cast pump iron cylinder that has oversized bearing and is oil lubed.
The Hitachi C7SB2 7-1/4 inch 15 amp circular saw is a workhorse product which can be found for a very reasonable price if you look hard enough. Its clean lines, comfortable feel, and powerful motor make it a decent saw for cutting, but clumsy depth and bevel adjustments give it at least some areas of improvement. This tool will do well in any handyman’s kit and some professionals may even find its lightweight styling is worth a second look.