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.
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
Latest review: I had an old rotting boardwalk running through the front yard, in dire need of replacing. I pulled out my old 10v impact driver and removed some batten screws to inspect under the planks. After the
Latest review: While this isn't the cheapest thing on the market, it's a solidly constructed half-sheet sander designed to get serious jobs done.
On the plus side, it's nicely balanced to use, has great
Latest review: It's a beast. I don't need anything else to remove a bolt (forget about air compressors and all that).
One of the best investment I made in tools.
No matter what someone put in a bolt. This tool
Latest review: Was looking for my first circular saw and did some research, went to different shops and picked up saws and had a look at what was out there from various manufacturers in this size. Have to say I'm
Latest review: You don't need a planer all the time, but when you do, nothing else will do.
This tool has saved countless hours of tedious power sanding or fiddling with a hand plane when I need to take a few mm
Latest review: Was looking for a replacement for my current car tyre inflator. Have recently seen rechargeable battery varieties which seemed a superior proposition than using my current inflator which needed to be
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
Latest review: After purchasing a small Bosch brushless drill for small and being totally amazed with I decided to move up and get the big daddy for heavy work.
Very sturdy, only a 3.0 Ah battery but it lasts at
Latest review: I didn't set out to buy a battery saw but I ended up with 2 x 18v Makita batteries so went for this saw. Though a little dubious to begin with, I use it all the time now and haven't used my corded
Latest review: This saw is a beast. In the first month I owned it, I demolished 5m of interior wall, cutting through drywall and steel studs like nothing. Felled and cut up five hardwood trees, about 15cm trunks
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
Latest review: For the money you would expect something, it certainly does the job. The main selling points for me were the safety features, an automatic shutoff when the drill bit jambs and trigger speed to allow
Latest review: After having used a whole range of Makita Impacts from standard to brushless the Makita XST01 Soft Impact is the best Impact I've ever used.
It has a oil mechanism that quitens the impacts noise
Latest review: I have had jigsaws as part of my workshop for over 30 years and finally my Fathers old one and the one I bought for myself in the late 80's finally passed away after lots of hard work. So what to
Latest review: I bought this after a tool shop car park demo by a Makita rep impressed me. I already had a brand name plug in blower at home but this seemed quieter and more powerful. It has completely changed the
Latest review: Already had an electric corded powered Makita hedge trimmer but my wife was a frequent user and she found it somewhat heavy and cumbersome. The cord was also an issue and she was always concerned
Latest review: Wanted a good router to fit in router table without spending $500. Was comparing the Ryobi RT1600 with the Makita M3600G. The Ryobi at Bunnings looked like a good deal with 1600W motor, soft start,