The DTM50 is a good sanding tool but not suitable for cutting/sawing.
I bought this to use mainly for sanding and other small jobs. It's great for sanding, especially with the dust extraction attachment. But I had a small cutting job so I tried the plunge blade attachment. The first time I used it the head twisted so that the blade was no longer aligned at 12 o'clock. If you search online you will find that many others have had the same problem and it is considered something of a design fault. Makita told me it is caused by using old blades (except my blade was brand new and it was the first time I'd ever used th...e tool for this purpose). Makita said they will only fix it once under warranty for this particular problem. So I guess my multi tool is really just a single purpose tool, as it can apparently only cope with sanding.
Purchased in March 2019.
LXT cordless to complement corded tool
Needing to cut some beading on a fascia and not having power available, I bought this tool as I had batteries and charger for my other Makita tools and it could use blades that I already had.
This review is about the tool, not the blades or other supplied consumables.
The hex key for blade changing is stored on the body which makes it easy find. The attachment screw has a loose spacer washer which may come off and get lost. This is perhaps the only negative when compared with my corded multi function tool where there is a washer as part of th...
Questions & Answers
Sorry, there are no questions yet.
ProductReview.com.au has affiliate partnerships. These do not influence our content moderation policies in any way, though ProductReview.com.au may earn commissions for products/services purchased via affiliate links.