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Makita Drills

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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 DHP481Z

Latest review: This drill is very sturdy, real Japanese quality, its a pleasure to work with it. Battery life is awesome, the chuck is made of metal so it won't fall


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 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 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 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 DHP482SFE

Latest review: Since purchasing this product I have done so many jobs around the house. I have done my decking fixed doors and helped me with many of my diy... I never thought this drill was going to perform this


Makita TD0101F

Latest review: I too have this impact driver for renovating. Yeah the cords a hassle. Yeah it overheats. But it gets the job done better than a cordless. It's nice and compact with a light weight for fatigue free


Makita HP2071F

Latest review: I bought this drill a few weeks ago after my 10 year old AEG 700W drill burnt out. Compared to that one, the Makita is lighter and better balanced. No problems using it single handedly. So far


Makita DTL063Z

Latest review: I bought this tool to do a particular job where I needed to remove and tighten up about 4000 bolts that I couldn't get to with my cordless angle driver (There was no air available). It performed


Makita FS2700

Latest review: Not enough grunt.Ratchet clutch not adjustable for "no-clutch"drive.Used a 6805 BV for 20 years on roofs and general construction with timber and steel.Tough tool.Fully respect it.FS 2700 doesnt