Latest review: Purchased this 6 months ago from Bunnings, went to use it yesterday and noticed a fair bit of oil on shelf it sits on, it has also developed a miss and surge on acceleration. The unit itself
Latest review: This is an excellent saw. The detents are accurate. Unlike the Dewalt saw, you cannot alter the detents, but that's only really needed with sliding mitre saws. Mine was assembled in Japan, I think.
Latest review: Very quiet, was sceptical that it could work as well being a battery operated mower but very impressed. Batteries last a decent amount of time to get the job done. The ease of starting it is worth
Latest review: Worked for the first four times soon after the warranty period it started playing up starts up without any problems and as soon as I try to rev it up it dies
I took it to the local repair guy and he
Latest review: so...a couple of months ago bought this model... he said ...easy to start, easy to use, quicker overall, line feed bumper blah blah blah.
Only just started using it ( 3times) and bump line feeder
Latest review: Straight out of the box the fence wouldn't lock down. Poor manufacturing. The guard system allows no other cuts than ripping of small stock, is flimsy and eventually broke. Bad. Next the fence got
Latest review: On opening the clear plastic blade set broken under the heavy saw, rusting rail after two months & compound adjustment frozen in place. Please consider buying @ this level anything that isn't
Latest review: Bought this cause I was sick of using one with a power cord, a bit concerned that it would not be powerful enough just did all our hedges/shrubs and no issue
Latest review: This gets five stars - primarily as I always used to feel sick after inhaling the fumes of my last two stroke whipper snipper - I enjoy the job much more with an electric whipper snipper.
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
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
Latest review: Purchased one of these for work, Long battery life and great blowing power.
Nice and compact, Very light and powerful, Fits the bill perfectly and no need to mix fuel again!
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
Latest review: I love our makita lawnmower! So easy to use and starts straight away even after 6 years of heavy mowing. It did start surging recently but it way our mistake by accidentally leaving it out in heavy
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
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
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
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
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
Latest review: I purchased a Makita Cordless Random Orbit Sander close to a year ago, and it has become one of my go-to tools. I won't go into the design specifics (that's Makita's domain) but it essentially