A British Summer is always a little odd and unpredictable and this has never been more true than for 2020.
Something you can rely on however to make your summer breeze by with ease, is Makita and their range of cordless fans.
Makita have launched the new 40V max XGT cordless power tool range which is a standalone system.
The XGT 40v range is suitable for higher demand industrial applications. It is not just a case of a bigger battery meaning more power, Makita have developed their battery technology and motor engineering to work together to ensure optimum performance.
Most of you will now be familiar with the Bosch X-Lock technology for angle grinders. It is a new changing system which allows you to switch angle grinder accessories with just one simple click.
We are pleased to let you know that the X-Lock technology will now be incorporated by Makita on two of their new brushless angle grinders - The Makita DGA469Z 115mm Grinder and the Makita DGA519Z 125mm Grinder.
So, in case X-Lock is new to you, let us tell you why it is so great!
Kicking off on the 1st of February 2020 is a brand new Makita offer which features some great free items when purchasing Makita cordless garden machines.
With the purchase of an 18v or twin 18v garden tool, you can redeem your free product from Makita.
To qualify for a free Makita 18v 5.0AH battery OR a Makita DUB182Z blower you will need to purchase and item from the list below:
As we creep through the cold, dark mornings and nights of winter, staying warm on the jobsite can be tough. However hard you work, sometimes its tricky just to keep warm.
Feeling cold when you have the whole work day ahead of you is certainly not a lot of fun and it can greatly effect your productivity.
Makita 18V LXT and 12V max CXT Cordless Heated Jackets and Vests are designed to help keep the freezing temps from slowing you down.
At last, Makita have the radio you have all been waiting for!
The Makita DMR115 job site radio is not only a DAB Digital radio but it features bluetooth technology.
DAB+ is the current standard across much of Europe with the main advantage of being three times more efficient, carries far more radio stations than DAB, and at a far higher audio quality.
From the world's first cordless drill in 1969 to the world's first 18V lithium-ion battery-powered tools in 2005, Makita has been the worldwide leader in cordless power tool innovation. Makita's LXT Cordless System takes you from power tools to outdoor power equipment to get the job done. Utilizing 18V lithium-ion batteries, the LXT battery system works with 225+ cordless products (as of 2020) making it the worlds largest compatible lithium ion system.
Breaking news… Makita are set to release their 4.0ah Li-Ion battery (BL1840). With the likes of Dewalt, Milwaukee and Bosch already having their 4Ah batteries on the market, Makita are the last of the leading manufacturers to join the 4 amp brigade.
Makita power tool owners can now extend the comprehensive warranty to a full three years simply by clicking onto the Makita website and registering the purchase.
Makita Powertools recently launched a range of Multi-Tool machines at their May Trade show.
They are increasingly favoured by installers and fit-out specialists for their very varied blade and accessory options and for the ease of operation in confined spaces.
• Mains powered and Lithium-ion cordless options
• 6,000 to 20,000 oscillations per minute
• Comprehensive range of accessories and compatible with other brands