DEWALT DCF883B

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DEWALT DCF883B

DEWALT DCF890B

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DEWALT DCF890B

DEWALT DCF883B vs DEWALT DCF890B

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Specifications

DEWALT DCF883B

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DEWALT DCF890B

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Details

Product Weight (lb.)
How much it weights
2.645 lb
2.375 lb
Returnable
90-Day
90-Day
Color Family
Yellow
Yellow
Maximum Speed (RPM)
2300
2800
Battery Amp Hours
No Battery
No Battery
Battery Power Type
Lithium Ion
Lithium Ion
Number of Total Batteries Included
0
0
Charger Included
Charger Not Included
Charger Not Included
Battery/Charger
Tool Only
Tool Only
Motor Type
Brushed
Brushless
Condition
New
New
Voltage (volts)
20 V
20 V
Power Tool Features
LED Light
LED Light, Variable Speed
Cordless/ Corded
Cordless
Cordless
Tools Product Type
Power Tool
Power Tool
Cordless Tool Type
Impact Wrench
Impact Wrench
Battery Size
20-volt
20-volt
Included
No Additional Items Included
No Additional Items Included
Impacts Per Minute
2700
3200
Amperage (amps)
0
0 A
Batteries Included
No
No
Torque (lb-in)
1560.000
1800

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
3 Year Limited Warranty 1 Year Free Service Contract 90 Day Money Back Guarantee
3 Year Limited Warranty1 Year Free Service Contract90 Day Money Back Guarantee
Certifications and Listings
CSA Listed
CSA Listed

Dimensions

Product Height (in.)
3.858 in
6.25 in
Product Width (in.)
15.77 in
3 in
Product Depth (in.)
5.393 in
8.125 in
Drive Size (in.)
3/8
3/8

Reviews

DEWALT DCF883B

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This tool has great power and is so handy working on my jeep. It has enough power to change a tire! I love the light on it. So much better than being tied to a air hose!

Good tool, but expecting more power for been a 20v cordless impact.

I use this wrench to install star headed screws into studs for a home project. It is small enough to get into most tight places and really speeds up the results. I did have to get used to control because I just pulled the trigger all the way at first and that was too much power. I learned to use min...

I am a professional mechanic who purchased the drill and impact driver first got tired of breaking driver bits. Great gun lots of power only problem is battery cases are fragile and not covered under warranty

We use these impacts daily in our repair shop. Very durable and compact size make use easy.

lite weight, very handy to use, has light to see in dark area, doesn't need constant charging

I was on the fence about this product. I was not sure between this model and the larger model. I am so glad I purchased this one it has plenty of power to remove lug nuts torqued over 100lbs from my Toyota truck as well as small enough to use in tight places. The larger models have more power, but a...

I purchased this and I find it very handy. Working on cars has decent torque but enough. I chose this over milwaukees because, they have complaints about the triggers wearing out.

Bought this as a go to wrench when I couldn't be bothered to run airlines. First time I used it was on the rear wheel bolts on a BMW K1600GT and it couldn't break them loose... And they were only spec torque. Pretty much just useful for spinning off bolts that are loosened.

If I had to buy this product again I would not hesitate. I'm an automotive technician and a cordless 3/8" impact is basically used everyday on almost every job. I have this paired to the 4ah battery and has no problem whatever the job. I used to use a SnapOn 3/8" impact, and don't get me wrong it wa...

DEWALT DCF890B

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Easily takes off wheel lugs torqued to 80 ft/lbs. light, small, and strong. Love it.

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Life changing tool - would think long and hard about continuing as a mechanic without a quality 3/8 cordless impact. Lightweight, durable, and long battery life. Bought Apr 12th, 2017 and used daily.

Would be better if the sockets didn't just fall off. Sockets don't have anything to luck on on to.

I received the DEWALT 20-VOLT MAX LITHIUM-ION 3/8 IN. CORDLESS COMPACT IMPACT WRENCH (TOOL-ONLY) 3 days ago. I tried it out on my trailer to see how well it worked. The nuts have not been off for at least 15 years. The 20V Impact Wrench worked like a charm. It tool the nuts off with know trouble, I...

This impact wrench is nearly identical to the very familiar DeWalt 20V Max XR brushless 1/4" hex impact driver, but with a 3/8" hog ring anvil for working with sockets. While you can use sockets with a 1/4" hex driver adapter, if you are regularly working with sockets to drive lag screws or tight...

This is a very good quality impact wrench. It is battery operated and is compatible with the 20Vmax Dewalt family of batteries. It is light enough to be comfortable for me to use. It is well balanced in hand. It is also very powerful. It works 3/8ths inch sockets and has a hog ring anvil. It...

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I purchased the dewalt 3/8 xr brushless compact impact wrench with hog ring anvil dcf890B.this must have tool has a variable trigger so you can adjust the speed of tightening or loosning bolts or nuts this helps to prevent over tightening and runoffs. I use this impact every day all day in my shop a...

This is brand new and the 3/8 sockets fall off. Why?

Questions & Answers

DEWALT DCF883B

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what is best battery to use

The DCB200 is a great battery. The new FLEXVOLT battery line is also a great option.

If you are using it around the house 3ah is fine. I use mine at work (mechanic) with 4 & 5ah and I charge it about once a week.

20-Volt MAX XR Lithium-Ion Premium Battery Pack 5.0Ah with Bluetooth Connectivity

I use all of the different amp hour ratings with mine, because I have multiple types. It will run on any 20 volt battery. If you are going to purchase one, to use with this, more power is always better. They work longer and produce more torque!

DEWALT DCF890B

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does 12v batteries fit this item

No, this uses 20-Volt Max batteries.

No, this requires a 20 volt battery

no

No. 12v are smaller.

No. I've only used the 20V tools, but I believe the tools are made so that a 20V battery won't fit on a 12V tool, and vice versa. The 12V tools are physically smaller than the 20V tools, so it won't fit, and wouldn't provide enough power to work properly anyway. As a result, the batteries for each size take a separate charger.