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Makita DUH523Z
Latest review: This is my first trimmer and i like it! I already have the Makita batteries for this so the choice was easy. I did my research and tossing up between this model or the dewalt 18v battery version. For

Makita DUH551Z
Latest review: I wanted one of these for years already having most other Makita LXT (18v x 2) garden tools. Two things made me finally take the plunge - Cutting for long periods overhead was very hard on my arms

Makita M3600G
Latest review: Wanted a 1/2" router, and didn't want to pay several hundred, I saw the Makita M3600G, 1650 watts of power and appears well made. Has spindle lock and great collet assembly. Doesn't have soft start

Makita XBU02Z
Latest review: Best investment we have made in the garden. Mostly only need to use 3 or 4 speed but it goes to 6. Obviously not a petrol blower, but Makita has the 36V worked out to give Max power. 2x18V’s get the j

Makita DUB183Z
Latest review: This little cordless blower was a Christmas gift and is a pleasure to use for small touch-ups around the garden. If I wanted to do the whole block I would probably use our larger corded blower, but

Makita 9924DB
Latest review: Soo, I bought some forest Bloodwood Slabs to dress for a Bar & Outdoor kitchen. I go to Bunnings & buy the $119 Ryobi EBS800V Beltsander & took it back the next day, Disaster! The Toolshop expert

Makita DUR364LZ
Latest review: I've owned many other line trimmers and was never really happy with any of them until now. The Makita 36v trimmer is genuinely more powerful than many petrol trimmers I've tried, far quieter, lighter

Makita DHP481Z
Latest review: These are solid drills. I dropped mine from the balcony and I thought it was kaput. The 10mm drill snapped, but drill survived without a scratch. Plenty of grunt and batteries last a decent

Makita RP2301FC
Latest review: I've had this router for over a year. Very smooth operation. Build quality is awesome. The router may be abit heavy, however its very stable. I have no hesitation in recommending this router to

Makita 9046 1/2 Sheet Orbital
Latest review: I had a Bosch sander for many years - an industrial model. It failed after many years of hard work. I saw a Ryobi and bought that on the guy from Bunnings recommendation. Wrong. The first one

Makita DHR242
Latest review: After operating corded hammer drills (Hilti and Protool) for 10 years, I had a job that mains power was not really available. With other Makita 18v LXT batteries and chargers available, the DHR242

Makita 5606B
Latest review: very good circular saw, i have a couple of other saws but this one is the best one that i always use, it has never failed on me, or had a fualt since i bought mine. I really like using this saw

Makita LXMT02Z
Latest review: This is a handy tool for those hard to reach jobs. It won't replace any of your other tools but it will definitely complement them. Great for neat cutting, sanding odd shapes but don't expect it to

Makita HP2010N
Latest review: I've owned one of these drills for 40 years. I am a handy/maintenance man and this drill has received a severe flogging at times. It remains as reliable as the day I purchased it. Very powerful

Makita DDF484RFE
Latest review: My old 7.2v makita was getting very tired so after much deliberation I purchased the Makita DDF484RFE 18V 3.0Ah Li-ion Cordless Brushless Heavy Duty Driver Drill Combo Kit . From the start it felt

Makita HP1640KSP / HP1641KSP
Latest review: Ok so I bought a cheapo Ozito Impact drill a few months ago and it kinda did the job but it also let me down. After trying to put some pictures up in my unit (with a very hard mason wall) using

Makita DHR202
Latest review: A good addition to my collection of cordless tools and at just under $250 it didn't cause any concern for my minister of finance. This is part of the Makita LXT range, what ever that stands for.

Makita 9207SPB
Latest review: I had a filing sander. These are the little belt sanders which use a very narrow belt: anyway, the one I had broke down and I though I'd replace it with a Makita, as I've used lots of Makita power

Makita HS301DZ
Latest review: I got this a few months ago to use an online gift voucher I had. Now that I've been using it around the house I can say that it's an excellent little tool to have. You need to remember its size

Makita 9558HN
Latest review: This is an extremely well built, reliable and easy to use machine. I have been using this for over two years commercially in many applications from welding fabrication to concrete grinding. It is

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