By David Kitchenham Wednesday, 9th September 2020 0 Comments HiKOKI launches collectible Limited Edition ‘Catacomb’ range HiKOKI Power Tools UK has launched a collectible range of Limited Edition ‘Catacomb’ tools, featuring an eye catching and funky ‘SKULL’ design. The SKULL range includes the DV18DBXL 18V Brushless Combi Drill, the WH18DBDL2 18V brushless Impact Driver and the WR18DBDL2 18V Impact Wrench. The tools’ SKULL wrap looks stunning and will be an eye-catching edition to any tradesperson’s toolkit. The SKULL DV18DBXL 18V Brushless Combi Drill has a high maximum torque of 136Nm and comes 6.0Ah Li-Ion batteries with a fast charger with 38 minute charge time. It has a Reactive Force Control (RFC) safety feature, brushless motor and comes with a high performance Röhm chuck with spindle lock. It has 22 stage torque settings and a built-in LED work light. Meanwhile the SKULL WH18DBDL2 18V brushless Impact Driver features a high power brushless motor with maximum tightening torque of 207Nm (hard) and is IP56 rating for dust resistance and waterproofing. The Impact Driver has a triple hammer mechanism with three anvils for higher power and extended life. A 4 mode speed selection allows the tool to be used for a variety of jobs. The max tightening torque is 305Nm for the 18V WR18DBDL2 and has a compact design for better handling, is highly efficient and has a tightening mode for a variety of applications. Its Friction Ring Anvil allows for smooth socket changes and it has a newly designed airflow system for optimal cooling efficiency. IP56 rated, this is a tough tool designed to withstand the effects of dust and water. The SKULL Catacomb Limited Editions look set to become collectors’ items and are available from a select number of distributors and for a limited time only. www.hikoki-powertools.co.ukHiKOKI; catacomb; limited edition; power tools; Post navigation Previous Post Budget drills a bargain? Getting good value for under £40 Next Post National Home Improvement Month kicks off with a broadcast media fanfare David Kitchenham Tool loving geek and tech head from PAL Media. Leave a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.