StrikeMaster

StrikeMaster Lithium 40v Lite Electric Ice Auger

Item No. 22677-LFVLF-10
$519.99 - $549.99 $669.99
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Product Description

22677-LFVLF-10
The StrikeMaster Lithium 40v Lite Electric Ice Auger is your key for easy ice hole drilling this ice fishing season. The electric DC brushless motor offers both forward and reverse drilling for clear and precise ice cutting. A 40-volt, 5-amp hour lithium-ion battery will keep your StrikeMaster ice auger charged and eady for use all day long. The twin serrated stainless steel lazer blades offer a fast and smooth cut through the ice that feels comfortable on your hands with the impact-resistant long filament handles. With a power point that keeps the drill in place while drilling and a reinforced "T" connection that holds the heavy steel hex shaft, drill ice holes efficiently and effectively. Save time on drilling your ice holes and focus on fishing with the StrikeMaster Lithium 40v Lite Electric Ice Auger.

Features:

Powerhead:
  • Electric DC Brushless Motor
  • Planetary Gear System
  • 15.9:1 Gear Ratio
  • Power Button with Deadman Safety Switch
  • Forward and Reverse
  • Built-in LED Lights
  • Impact-Resistant Long Filament Handles
Battery:
  • 4 LED Battery Status Indicator
  • Battery and Charger Included
  • 40-volt, 5-amp Hour Lithium ION Battery
  • 2-amp Charging Station (Recharges battery in 2-1/2 hours)
  • Internal Battery Management System Ensures Battery Longevity
Drill Unit:
  • Full length segmented flighting
  • Twin Serrated Stainless Steel Lazer Blades
  • Proprietary Synthetic Resin Molded Flighting
  • Lite-Flite lazer magnetic snap cover blade guard
  • 8" Auger drills up to 100 holes on a single charge
  • Power point keeps the drill unit in place while drilling
  • Carriage formed from exclusive engineered compounds
  • Reinforced “T” connection to carriage with heavy-duty steel hex shaft
  • 10" Auger drills up to 70 holes on a single charge (based on 16" of ice)

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