Top 6 Cheap Impact Drivers With Battery and Charger Review

Seven of The Best Budget Impact Divers Under £100

Cheap Impact Driver With Battery and Charger Review

Ranked No.1 - VonHaus Impact Driver

The VonHaus Impact Driver is by far the best impact driver with battery and charger you can buy for under £100. It has a very impressive spec, it is 20v and produces powerful 120Nm of Torque, and 3,000 max impacts per minute and no load speed.

With those specs the VonHaus Impact Driver will drive the toughest of screws and bolts, remove stubborn rusted screws and bolts with ease, and still be able to drive delicate screws thanks to its variable speed trigger which allows you to control the power output when driving screws

The VonHaus Impact Driver feels well built like premium brands such as DeWalt and Makita, as well as being strong and sturdy it is very light weight. It has a belt clip to help free up your hands when you find yourself high up a leader.

It has a charge indicator on the battery to help you see how much juice is left on the battery, this is something you see on more expensive drivers. To see how much battery power is left, simply press the button on the battery and it will show you how many bars you have left, no more need to guess and have it run out when you need it the most.

The VonHaus Impact Driver comes with a 3.0Ah battery and a charger that can fully charge the battery supplied in only 75 min.

VanHaus also make other power tools such as a circular saw and drills which all use the same battery, once you have a battery and charger, you can buy the other tools cheaper as youonly need to buy the bare unit.

Considering this is classed as a cheap impact driver, you are getting a lot for your money with this VonHaus impact driver. Whether you are a light DIY’er or a handyman who does a lot of odd jobs for other, this impact driver will be more than adequate.


Large 3.0Ah battery

Charge indicator on battery



Could be a bit more compact

Battery charger takes longer then the rest


Ranked No.2 - Bosch PDR 18 LI

The Bosch is a very good cheap impact driver you can buy under £100. It has an excellent combination of torque, impacts per minute and no-load speed, in fact, it has the best combination compared to the others.

You also get two batteries and a fast charger to ensure your never waiting around for the batteries to charge, and you always have one ready to go!

And finally, Bosch has a very good reputation for making great quality power tools that you can rely on. With Bosch build quality, you know the PDR 18 LI Impact Driver will last for years and years.



Bosch build quality and reliability

High amount of impacts per minute

Comes with two batteries


Low Ah battery

Weights a little bit more than the rest

Battery a really tight fit into charger


Ranked No.3 - Wolf Professional 20v Impact Driver

Wolf Power Tools have been around for a long time, they may not be as mainstream are some of the other brands, but history suggests these tools are very good quality.

With their latest budget impact driver, they have delivered a lot of spec for a very reasonable price. This impact driver has the ability to produce the most amount of torque when compared to the other impact drivers in this review.

It also comes with the largest capacity battery (3Ah and 20v) which should give you a longer run time from a single battery compared to the others, as well as good battery life, you also get a quick charger that can charge the battery from 0 to full in 60 minutes.



Very high torque

Excellent single battery life

Feels very high quality


Doesn’t come with a second battery

Low rpm

Manufacture doesn’t specify the weigh


Ranked No.4 - WORX WX290.2 20V MAX

This impact driver is nice and compact as well as being light, this makes it very comfortable to use and minimises any potential wrist strain.

It has a good impact per minute rate, as well as a good no Load speed, only to be let down by the amount of torque it produces. The battery can also be used with other WORX Power Tools, you can save some money in the future by buying the body only of other tools as you already have the battery.

If you’re looking for a cheap good quality impact driver for general home DIY, this fits the bill perfectly. For the price, you get a good balance of quality and specs. It is one of the cheapest impact drivers out of the 5 reviewed here.



Compact battery with good life

Compact and lightweight impact driver

Delivers good impacts per minute


Second lowest amount of torque compared to the other five

No warning light on the batteries

Trigger sometimes doesn’t work if you press it too hard


Ranked No.5 - Silverstorm 268895 Impact Driver

Silverstorm is a brand that has been around for quite a long time, and in general the products are of a very good quality. For the price, this impact driver feels very well made.

In the Silverstorm 268895 you get a good amount of torque, but unfortunately, they do not specify the impacts per minute. The battery quantity is a bit on the low side, but you do get fast charger.

If you’re in a position where you use an impact driver quite a lot, this is not the tool for you, as you will find the battery will let you down.

If you’re just looking to keep something at home for when it’s required and use it for the odd job here and there, this impact driver will not disappoint and is perfect for general DIY.



Good amount of torque

Fast charger

Good build quality


Low battery quantity

Impacts per minute not specify the manufacturer

Reports of it taking time to break in before you get its full power


Ranked No.6 - Am-Tech V6520

This is the cheapest impact driver with battery and charger, and with it being the cheapest that doesn’t necessarily make it bad, it’s just not good for any type of heavy usage.

As you can see from the spec comparison table above, it specs aren't quite as good as the other four, however, it is cheaper than the other four.

This impact driver has been designed for the type of person that is looking for a more powerful electric screwdriver. You can drive somewhat large screws into timber, but may require some effort from you or even drilling pilot holes first.

If you have an electric screwdriver and find yourself saying I wish I had something a little more powerful, then this impact driver fits the bill.




60 minute quick charger

Good alternative to electric screwdriver


Low battery quantity

Will struggle to do tougher impact driver jobs

Low battery quantity for an impact driver


Please note: at time of conducting these reviews, prices and specs are correct, however, this could change and we hold no accountability for any changes to the products mentioned on this page.