WARN 101570 Handheld Portable Drill Winch lowest with 40 Foot Steel Wire Rope: sale 750 lb Pulling Capacity outlet online sale

WARN 101570 Handheld Portable Drill Winch lowest with 40 Foot Steel Wire Rope: sale 750 lb Pulling Capacity outlet online sale

WARN 101570 Handheld Portable Drill Winch lowest with 40 Foot Steel Wire Rope: sale 750 lb Pulling Capacity outlet online sale


WARN Drill-Powered and Portable Drill Winch

With 33% more rope and 50% more pulling power than before, this rugged and easy-to-use drill winch is ideal for dragging logs, pulling game, standing walls, stretching fence, loading trailers and countless other hard-to-handle pulling jobs. Now available in steel or synthetic rope. It is a toolbox must have.

These drill winches are lightweight and portable with a 750 lbs. single line pulling capacity and are powered by a standard portable drill (not included). These drill winches include 40 feet (12.2m) of steel or synthetic rope, integrated hawse fairlead, and rigging hooks (front and rear).


Ergonomic Handle - Will Work With Any Portable Drill


Tool Of Choice When You Need Some Extra Pulling Power


Easy To Use With Unlimited Applications

Integrated System

Audible user feedback when reaching capacity of tool. The Drill Winch and the load limiter are designed to work together.

Load Limiter

The Drill Winch will begin ratcheting at 750 lbs. The limiter will then disconnect the drive from the winch. The Load limiter will continue to hold load.

Free-Spool Clutch

The free-spool clutch allows for quick and easy hook up to load and will not disengage drive when under a load of 15 lbs. or greater.

Variable Speed

Allows for more precise control of loads. The variable speed is based on load, distance and speed of the drill.

About WARN Industries

The company designs, manufactures and markets a full line of off-road equipment and accessories that enhance the performance of four-wheel-drive vehicles, ATV's and utility vehicles. The company's Industrial Division markets electric and hydraulic winches and hoists to commercial, industrial and severe duty customers. Warn also has a line of utility winches and hoists that are designed for professional trade workers and do-it-yourself consumers who need powerful tools to assist them in pulling, hauling, dragging or lifting. Warn focuses on three specific markets - Consumer Aftermarket, Industrial/Commercial, and Original Equipment. With customers in over 65 countries, WARN is one of the world's most recognized brands in vehicle performance enhancing equipment.

Description

How do you turn a mere handheld power drill into a portable, versatile pulling tool? With the rugged, versatile, and easy-to-use WARN Drill Winch. The 101570 Portable Drill Winch with a steel wire rope has a 750 lb. single-line pulling capacity, is powered by a standard, portable drill (not included), and includes a 40'' (12. 2 m) of 5/32" (4mm) steel rope, integrated hawse fairlead, and rigging hooks (front and rear). The free-spool clutch makes rigging fast and easy. With 33% more rope and 50% more pulling power than before, this rugged and easy-to-use drill winch is ideal for dragging logs, pulling game, standing walls, stretching fence, loading trailers and countless other hard-to-handle pulling jobs. Now available in steel or synthetic rope.

Features & details

Features

  • Lightweight and portable handheld drill winch with a 750 lb. single-line pulling capacity
  • Powered by a standard, portable drill (not included)
  • Includes a 40'' (12. 2 m) of 5/32" (4mm) steel rope, integrated hawse fairlead, and rigging hooks (front and rear)
  • Free-spool clutch makes rigging fast and easy
  • Available in both steel (wire) and synthetic rope options

Product information 750 lb. Capacity Wire Rope

    Additional Information

  • ASIN: B082N5Y2R4
  • Customer Reviews: 4.7 out of 5 stars 864Reviews
  • Best Sellers Rank:
    #16,790 in Automotive (See Top 100 in Automotive)
    #25 in Towing Winches
  • Date First Available: December 11, 2019
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Q: Can this lift 150kg loads vertical?

A: would I be able to lift a small light truss with a total of 200 pounds vertically about 10…

JOSEPH R. | 5 years ago

Q: Wil this pull deer or wild boar up a steep mountain with out slipping the gears?

A: Unless it is a really heavy boar it will. Of course, you could use a snatch block to doub…

mattysdaddy | 3 years ago

Q: How long are each of the cable wires both rear and front?

A: Front - just a big hook you attach to a chain or whatever you like. The cable, I regret i…

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Cbrown
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
For those wondering about capacity...
Reviewed in the United States on September 7, 2019
I performed a scientific-ish test, mainly to test how it hold a load, with my $1500 dyno. It repeatedly tensioned to 670-680 pounds before the clutch slipped. After 10 minutes had dropped to 620, which could be the cable or slings stretching, the brake slipping, or a... See more
I performed a scientific-ish test, mainly to test how it hold a load, with my $1500 dyno.
It repeatedly tensioned to 670-680 pounds before the clutch slipped. After 10 minutes had dropped to 620, which could be the cable or slings stretching, the brake slipping, or a combination of all.
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kompewterz
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Better than the pullzall for my application
Reviewed in the United States on November 12, 2017
If you''re sitting on the fence between this and the pullzall - This totally outperformed the cordless pullzall for firewood retrieval. I had them both and returned the pullzall. The spool out function and 30'' wire were the biggest features over the pullzall. I was using a... See more
If you''re sitting on the fence between this and the pullzall - This totally outperformed the cordless pullzall for firewood retrieval. I had them both and returned the pullzall. The spool out function and 30'' wire were the biggest features over the pullzall. I was using a Dewalt 996 20 volt drill in 3rd gear (2000 rpm) for most pulls up a 45 degree incline 175ft to the bucking and splitting station. I heat entirely with wood and live on the edge of a steep hill full of firewood. I had previously used a rope and pulley system, but this winch made this season a whole lot easier. The single line pull is good for 500 pounds, which I exceeded a few times and had to switch to a snatch block system. I have three 4 ah batteries, two 5 ah batteries, and three 2 ah batteries. It usually took a combination of about 6 ah of battery to pull my logs up the 175ft incline. It performed 32 full pulls without any obvious signs of wear. When I got close to the 500 pound limit my Dewalt drill performed better in 2nd gear (1300 RPM). I tried my Milwaukee Fuel 12 volt drill and it worked okay, but drained the battery a lot faster (almost one whole 2 ah battery for 30ft of loaded pull). This makes sense because a lower voltage would require more amperage to perform the same task. A lot of the review videos you watch about this product show people using this with the time sped up, I was concerned that this thing would be terribly slow. It isn''t slow, but it depends on your drill. The average corded drill spins slower and has less power than the 996 (which is the most powerful 18 volt class drill you can buy right now). The winch can be run all the way in within about two minutes with a medium load on high speed. There is a window in the top that allows you to watch the spooling of the wire. The handle is convenient and well balanced for carrying the tool. I did notice one drawback, after about 6 pulls, the free spool was more difficult to pull all the wire out. After the winch cooled off, it would spool out easier until it got several pulls on it. I assume this is due to expansion and contraction of the metal. I put a lot of heavy use on this tool very fast, and I expected it to fail at some point in my operation. I doubt it is rated for that kind of duty cycle, but it performed extremely well.

UPDATE: 8/4/18 Still been using it a lot for work pulling pumps out of lift stations and I used it recently to pull about 200 ft of 6" pvc up a hill on a project. Have started using it again for firewood this season and it is still working great. It has been helping position 20" diameter 6ft long oak logs to the main drag line to the tractor. If it broke, I would buy a replacement immediately. It is a tough little winch that is perfect for general purpose. A lot easier to use and faster than a come-along.

UPDATE: 5/7/20 This thing still continues to impress. I am using multiple times a week now to pull 200 pound loads virtically. Still working flawlessly
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Dylan Spears
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Pulls its rated weight faster than I expected. It''s only limited by the laws of physics.
Reviewed in the United States on February 27, 2020
After reading several reviews, I was worried this winch would be really slow, but if you have a high torque and high RPM drill, it''s pretty fast. The ratio of shaft revolutions to spool/drum revolutions is 77.6 to 1 so, with my 3,250 RPM cordless drill, I was getting 41.9... See more
After reading several reviews, I was worried this winch would be really slow, but if you have a high torque and high RPM drill, it''s pretty fast. The ratio of shaft revolutions to spool/drum revolutions is 77.6 to 1 so, with my 3,250 RPM cordless drill, I was getting 41.9 spool/drum revolutions per minute. The drum has a 1.79" diameter when empty so, that would translate into a circumference of 5.625" or about 19.6 FPM with no load. The spooling speed would increase as you spool up since the spooling wire rope (which has a diameter of 5/32 diameter) would add almost an inch to the circumference of the drum per full wrap layer. So, due to drum/spool circumference increasing, if you use a 3,250 RPM drill and no load, the first 8.44'' of pull on a fully extended rope would have a 19.62 FPM progress rate; the next 9.91'' would have a 23.05 FPM rate and the last 11.38'' would progress at 26.47 FPM. Pretty fast for a winch powered by a drill.

Of course, since there''s no such thing as a free lunch in physics, as the speed increases, the maximum pull force decreases by the same percentage. So, the pull force would be reduced with each step up in drum/spool circumference. The first 8.44'' would pull the rated max rate of 500 lbs; the next 9.91'' would pull 17.5% less or 412.72 lbs; the next 11.38'' would pull 14.9% less or 351.39 lbs. If you needed to pull a load for the full length of the rope, you''d need to make sure that the load didn''t exceed the maximum pull forces allowed over the entire length of the pull. For example, you could pull a load of 500 lbs for the first 8.44'' and then have your winch''s load protector clutch disengage the motor when the circumference stepped up since that load would exceed the allowable load maximum of 412.72 lbs. So, if I need to pull something that will place a constant load on the rope for the full length of the rope (30''), I shouldn''t exceed 350 lbs in order to avoid the load limiter disengaging the motor when it reaches the last 11.38'' of the pull. I could always use a snatch block to double all load numbers at the expense of halving the winch''s maximum pull distance to 15'' and reducing its pull speed (FPM) by half as well.

Basically, if you''re planning to pull a constant load on a fully extended, single line for no more than 8.4'', it needs to be no more than 500 lbs, if pulling it farther than 8.4'', but no more than 18.3'' then the load needs to be no more than 413 lbs and if you''re doing a full 30'' line length pull, you can''t exceed 350 lbs.

Some reviewers seem to think that the winch won''t pull a rolling object if that object weighs more than the winch''s 500 lb load limit, but obviously pulling something is different than vertically lifting it. Depending upon incline and friction, this winch could easily pull a rolling object that far exceeds 500 lbs as long as that object doesn''t impose greater than 500 lbs of load on the winch. Now, if you intend to ignore the manufacturer''s warnings and use this winch as a hoist for vertical lifting, then yes, a 500 lb object would be the limit you could lift (and only 8.44'').

Of course, your mileage may vary depending upon your load weight, but I''m horizontally pulling about half the rated weight on a single line for 20'', it''s only taking a minute to get the job done and the load limiter has never engaged since I''m well inside the max load limits for that distance. I don''t know about you, but I can certainly spare a minute to avoid having to use my muscles to pull 250 lbs for 20''.
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love it
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Not really rated for the weight it says at all!
Reviewed in the United States on January 5, 2020
The absolute worst. Dropped my condenser off a roof. Ended up paying $1600 because the wench broke. Rated for 500 lbs my a$$. Made me look so unprofessional in the presence of my customer and I took a loss on the job because of it.
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Random1234
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great for a one-off job, but weak drive shaft limits durability
Reviewed in the United States on April 16, 2020
I have the 500lb version. First, the good: This thing is light, portable, and has lots of power. To those who think it is too weak -- add a block-and-tackle system and this 500lb winch becomes a 2000lb one. Combined with a 4:1 block-and-tackle, tree straps, and a 6 foot... See more
I have the 500lb version. First, the good: This thing is light, portable, and has lots of power. To those who think it is too weak -- add a block-and-tackle system and this 500lb winch becomes a 2000lb one. Combined with a 4:1 block-and-tackle, tree straps, and a 6 foot pry bar, I easily moved a half dozen wheelbarrow-sized boulders all around my steeply sloped yard.

The bad: When you''re pulling at maximum power, your drill is putting a pretty good torque on the ~5/16" hex drive shaft of the winch. Unfortunately, that shaft bends and eventually breaks over time due to metal fatigue. The first time this happened to me, I thought it was a a fluke, and possibly my fault. To their credit, Warn sent me a warranty replacement. I''ve been extremely careful with this second one, however, it has now broken in exactly the same way.

Unfair criticisms: Other reviewers complain that this is too slow, but high-school physics shows that that''s not the fault of the winch. Time = Force * Distance / Power. So if you want to go faster, you need more power -- in other words, a bigger drill, or a motorized winch costing $$$.

Overall, this is a pretty good winch if you are trying to move heavy things once in a while. If you''re going to put it to regular heavy use, you might be disappointed.
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B. Holst
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Warn Drill Powered Winch is Excellent!
Reviewed in the United States on January 26, 2016
I looked at the advertisement and the photos and thought that this looked good, but maybe a bit gimmicky. But it''s a Warn, so it''s worth a look. It arrived today and I took it to the garage to see what I got, and it''s all good. I set my ramp and emulated a situation where I... See more
I looked at the advertisement and the photos and thought that this looked good, but maybe a bit gimmicky. But it''s a Warn, so it''s worth a look. It arrived today and I took it to the garage to see what I got, and it''s all good. I set my ramp and emulated a situation where I needed to load my non-running snow blower up the steep ramp and into my vehicle for service. I powered it up the ramp using a 20 year old two speed cordless drill - on high speed. No strain at all. It''s faster than I expected and a variable speed drill is a wise choice. Of course we have to be able to lower what we lift or pull, and contrary to most accounts, this little winch works fine in reverse to lower the snow blower down the ramp safely. When you''re done, you''ll want to wind your cable on the drum neatly and the view window allows for monitoring of the cable lie on the drum. Of course this is day one so I can''t comment on the durability yet, but the frame and all attaching points are all steel. It''s a well made piece. The plastic cover and hand grip are substantial feeling. The clutch engages and releases with a positive click, as I''d expect from Warn. Judging by the way it pulled my 24" 2 stage blower up the ramp, I know it''ll do what I need. This will be a back saver.
Know that it is NOT sold as a lifting device. It''s a winch, not a hoist. But I''m not here to tell you what to do with yours. I know that the winch speed is very controllable and practical. It lifted my 220 pound blower a few inches so I could replace a wheel and the dynamic brake held the weight with no slippage. And then with the drill in reverse it set the blower down gently. I have not tested this to the 500 pound limit and my tasks really don''t deal with that much weight. It is certainly the right tool for me.
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Shaun Jillions
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Very weak
Reviewed in the United States on November 5, 2018
I''ve never written a negative review on Amazon, but had to on this product. This "winch" is incredibly weak and the internal clutch kicks in with very, very little tension. You are better off pushing or pulling whatever you''re trying to move by hand. Terribly disappointed... See more
I''ve never written a negative review on Amazon, but had to on this product. This "winch" is incredibly weak and the internal clutch kicks in with very, very little tension. You are better off pushing or pulling whatever you''re trying to move by hand. Terribly disappointed that WARN would put their name on this.
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NC. movie man
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
More pull than three
Reviewed in the United States on July 8, 2020
I had this for over a year and never had a chance to use it. The other morning my Town Car wouldn''t start and it was nose first in my carport and I couldn''t jump it off, two of my friends offered to help push it out and since there is a very small incline the three of us... See more
I had this for over a year and never had a chance to use it. The other morning my Town Car wouldn''t start and it was nose first in my carport and I couldn''t jump it off, two of my friends offered to help push it out and since there is a very small incline the three of us couldn''t even rock the 6,000 pound car. I remembered the drill winch, after setting it up I told my friends to not be in front of the car. I was expecting the drill to change pitch once it started to pull, it didn''t slow down that big car started moving like a child pulling a toy. We all had our mouths open in disbelief.

I feel that I really got my money worth. Very very pleased. I''m back 7/12/20 yesterday My son and I had our three buck high scaffolds on our H F trailer and had to pull it over a curb the ground was too soft to drive my truck on so we hooked it to a trailer dolly we couldn''t pull it over the curb, again I got out the drill winch hooked it to a tree in 30 seconds it was over the curb.
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Marcel
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Bon petit winch
Reviewed in Canada on October 10, 2019
J''ai utilisé cette petite merveille pour la chasse à l''orignal la semaine passé et mes chum ont été vraiment impressionnés. c''est sûr que je dois doubler le câble à cause du poids mais ça nous a permis de déplacé la bête facilement avant de l’installer sur notre traîneau...See more
J''ai utilisé cette petite merveille pour la chasse à l''orignal la semaine passé et mes chum ont été vraiment impressionnés. c''est sûr que je dois doubler le câble à cause du poids mais ça nous a permis de déplacé la bête facilement avant de l’installer sur notre traîneau pour la ramener. Tout avec une simple perceuse, génial !!
J''ai utilisé cette petite merveille pour la chasse à l''orignal la semaine passé et mes chum ont été vraiment impressionnés. c''est sûr que je dois doubler le câble à cause du poids mais ça nous a permis de déplacé la bête facilement avant de l’installer sur notre traîneau pour la ramener. Tout avec une simple perceuse, génial !!
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5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Works good
Reviewed in Canada on July 9, 2019
Use to pull ice fishing sled into pickup.. sled is like 300#s haven’t hit clicking cutout yet
Use to pull ice fishing sled into pickup.. sled is like 300#s haven’t hit clicking cutout yet
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J. R.
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Excellent Tool
Reviewed in Canada on December 1, 2016
This winch saved my back raising and lowering wheels and tires from the attic of my garage for the annual wheel/tire swap on two vehicles. Although it wasn''t designed as a hoist (no safety lock) it works just fine for what I used it for. The high gear ratio prevents the...See more
This winch saved my back raising and lowering wheels and tires from the attic of my garage for the annual wheel/tire swap on two vehicles. Although it wasn''t designed as a hoist (no safety lock) it works just fine for what I used it for. The high gear ratio prevents the cable from pulling out when you pause during a lift, and the free wheeling clutch allows you to rapidly pull out the cable when required.
This winch saved my back raising and lowering wheels and tires from the attic of my garage for the annual wheel/tire swap on two vehicles. Although it wasn''t designed as a hoist (no safety lock) it works just fine for what I used it for. The high gear ratio prevents the cable from pulling out when you pause during a lift, and the free wheeling clutch allows you to rapidly pull out the cable when required.
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byb
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
SiDie Winde funktioniert, wie erwartet. Warn ist schließlich ein Markenprodukt
Reviewed in Germany on April 12, 2021
Voraussetzung ist natürlich ein leistungsstarker Akkuschrauber, ich benutze die Winde in Verbindung mit einem 18V Lidl Parkside Performance Schlagbohrschrauber mit 80Nm Drehmoment. Mit einem älteren Metabo 14,4V LTX Impuls Schrauber klappt es auch, aber bei dem ist der...See more
Voraussetzung ist natürlich ein leistungsstarker Akkuschrauber, ich benutze die Winde in Verbindung mit einem 18V Lidl Parkside Performance Schlagbohrschrauber mit 80Nm Drehmoment. Mit einem älteren Metabo 14,4V LTX Impuls Schrauber klappt es auch, aber bei dem ist der knapp 10 Jahre alte Akku ziemlich am Ende und ein neuer Metabo Akku kostet fast so viel, wie der Lidl Schrauber mit Akku. Wer einen Akkuschrauber ab ca 60Nm hat, ist mit der Winde gut bedient.
Voraussetzung ist natürlich ein leistungsstarker Akkuschrauber, ich benutze die Winde in Verbindung mit einem 18V Lidl Parkside Performance Schlagbohrschrauber mit 80Nm Drehmoment. Mit einem älteren Metabo 14,4V LTX Impuls Schrauber klappt es auch, aber bei dem ist der knapp 10 Jahre alte Akku ziemlich am Ende und ein neuer Metabo Akku kostet fast so viel, wie der Lidl Schrauber mit Akku. Wer einen Akkuschrauber ab ca 60Nm hat, ist mit der Winde gut bedient.
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Erik D Ibsen
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great little winch
Reviewed in Canada on November 21, 2019
Bought this for moving and loading heavy items when help was not available. It works great and is very reliable. It''s hauled far more than I expected it to. I used it with a grappling hook attached to remove a blockage in the creek on my property. It''s not fast but it has a...See more
Bought this for moving and loading heavy items when help was not available. It works great and is very reliable. It''s hauled far more than I expected it to. I used it with a grappling hook attached to remove a blockage in the creek on my property. It''s not fast but it has a great gear ratio.
Bought this for moving and loading heavy items when help was not available. It works great and is very reliable. It''s hauled far more than I expected it to. I used it with a grappling hook attached to remove a blockage in the creek on my property. It''s not fast but it has a great gear ratio.
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