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Cordless impact drill driver ABS 18 POWER COMBI M-CUBE®

Cordless impact drill driver ABS 18 POWER COMBI

Art.-no. 5701405000

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Cordless impact drill driver ABS 18 POWER COMBI M-CUBE®

Art.-no. 5701405000

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Very powerful, handy cordless impact drill driver with connectible drill driver mechanism and a torque of 140 Nm, developed by Würth to meet the requirements of craftsmen

Fast adaptation to the respective application

The function selector switch allows easy, fast switching between screwdriving, drilling and impact drilling.

Robust design

For tough conditions on construction sites, all components can also withstand a fall from normal working heights.

Continuous motor monitoring

The electronic motor protection function switches the motor off ahead of time in the event of blockage, overloading or overheating.

Long motor service life

Efficient, low-maintenance, brushless EC motor with power reserves. Also maintains a more stable speed curve under load.

Maximum service life and low wear

  • 13 mm Röhm metal drill chuck with soldered carbide clamping jaws

  • Electronic signal switch

Well-lit working area

LED lamp on the battery block

Product information

Wurth Catalogue(X)

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Nominal voltage

18 V/DC

Idle speed 1st/2nd gear min./max.

0-550 / 0-2000 rpm

Max. torque hard/soft

140 / 60 Nm

Max. impact rate

32000 rpm

Min./max. drill chuck span width

1.5-13 mm

Weight of machine with rechargeable battery

2.3 kg

Included in delivery

Batteries not included; additional accessories not included

Number of rechargeable batteries/batteries


Rechargeable battery/battery capacity

0 Ah

Max. drilling diameter in steel

13 mm

Max. screw diameter

12 mm


215 mm


260 mm

Additive article:



Steel/stainless steel. Extremely fast drilling speed and long service life, even on stainless steel solid materials.
x 1 pcs

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