Latest review: this was gotten as an alternative to a fixed speed 1/4 sheet orbital. Cleaning up plaster patches the 1/4 sheet makes a terrible mess, makes had work of the job and leaves the air thick with plaster
Latest review: Bought this saw for $119 in August 2020 to rip some 45mm thick hardwood. Very impressed with how easily it ripped through the timber and how fast it was. The blade was at the right angle straight out
Latest review: I can’t leave to work without it, and yes I can’t live without it at work.
This little unit is one of the most frequently used tool on a daily basis. I use to blow dust out of my tools or toolbox onc
Latest review: These have been discontinued unfortunately, but if you can grab one - do it! This tiny top-handled saw has lots of power, starts and runs perfectly, with a tank lasting a very long time. Can’t fault i
Latest review: These saws are big, heavy and powerful but thats why you buy one. Well not so much for the weight. These saws have remained a similar design for 30 years and its a well proven, simple and reliable
Latest review: Great little chainsaw for camping and around the house. Easy to use and works well. Tradies like myself don't really need a chainsaw but saw it at Total Tools Pooraka and said why not. Previously
Latest review: this drill is great for occasional handyman work around the house, has plenty of torque and is easy to use, but don't use it for hours at a time, gets hot to touch which can't be good for
Latest review: My drill is a slightly different model - not listed here. Like most of my Makita tools, it is well made, and gives few problems. Except ... why have Makita started putting the light in the drills
Latest review: This sander is light & easy to use, gives a good finish and the dust collection works better expected. Haven't had any issues with pads coming off yet although still relatively new
It isn't that
Latest review: This is an exceptional 125 mm grinder. Very robustly built and high performance. I have used it daily for both a trade and diy usage. It has a angled handle which makes it very easy to use. It was
Latest review: Ive had one of these for years, they are powerful and useful. When i first got it i took a bit of a chance as they were fairly new on the market and only 3ah batteries were availble. Now there are
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
Latest review: A whopping 940W sander that makes the lights dim when you turn it on. This is the Makita MT series which I think is their budget range. At half the price I'll be happy if it lasts as long. I'm not a
Latest review: I have dropped, thrown (possibly unintentionally), banged about and abused the living daylights out of my saw. I've had it for about 4 years now and have used it to build gates, doors, repair
Latest review: i have owned this machine for 4 years in 6 months the handle for the bag ripped out , replaced under warranty 6 months later zipper failed fitted a sthil bag no problems 2 years vacum tube cracked so
Latest review: Bought this as a kit online from a major supplier online and was very happy with the price as the kit included a fast charger and 2x 1.5ah batteries and case for $200 delivered .The kit is excellent
Latest review: We had this in a timber workshop with casual amateur users - so a tough environment for any tool to shine. We got two years of half-day light use before the motor bit the dust - one more year would
Latest review: I bought makita kit 1 year and 1/2 ago, most of the tools are already gone without even over use them .
The warranty doesn’t cover the chunk and I’ve to throw it in the bin .
1100$ wasted .
Latest review: I've owned this cordless screwdriver for over a year now and it has absolutely excellent. It is amazingly powerful considering its size. The battery lasts very long and is quick to charge to full.
Latest review: I bought a Makita Orbital Sander about 35 years ago; when I finished the job, I took it outside, and smashed it with a sledge hammer. It was a most frustrating tool, and that simply because paper