10 Best Makita Fd07r1 Cordless Drill

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Top 10 Makita Fd07r1 Cordless Drill

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Makita FD07R1 12V MAX ( Driver-Drill Kit, 3/8")
Product Highlights:
  • compact and ergonomic design at only 6-1/16" long
  • weighs only 2.3 lbs. with battery for reduced operator fatigue
  • bl brushless motor delivers 280 in.lbs. of max torque
2
Makita FD05R1 12V Max ( Driver-Drill Kit, 3/8")
Product Highlights:
  • variable 2-speed design (0-450 & 0-1,700 rpm) covers a wide range of drilling and driving applications
  • makita-built motor delivers 250 in.lbs. of max torque
  • ergonomically designed handle with rubberized soft grip provides increased comfort
3
Makita CT226 12V Max ( 2-Pc. Combo Kit (1.5Ah))
Product Highlights:
  • 3/8" driver drill with 2 speeds (0 450 & 0 1,700 rpm) delivers up to 250 in.lbs. of max torque
  • 3/8" driver drill features a compact design at only 7 7/16" long and weighs only 2.8 lbs. with battery for reduced operator fatigue
  • impact driver with variable speed (0 2,600 rpm & 0 2,400 ipm) delivers up to 970 in.lbs. of max torque
4
Makita FD06R1 12V Max ( Hex Driver-Drill Kit, 1/4")
Product Highlights:
  • variable 2-speed design (0-450 & 0-1,700 rpm) covers a wide range of drilling and driving applications
  • makita-built motor delivers 250 in.lbs. of max torque
  • compact and ergonomic design at only 6-3/16" long
5
Makita DT04R1 12V Max ( Impact Driver Kit (2.0Ah),)
Product Highlights:
  • bl brushless motor delivers 1,200 in.lbs. of max torque in an ultra compact design
  • assist mode (a-mode) feature helps eliminate "screw cam-out" and "cross threading" by driving at low speed until tightening begins
  • variable 2-speed (0-1,300/0-3,000 rpm & 0-1,600/0-3,900 ipm) for a wide range of fastening applications
6
Makita XSF05Z 18V LXT ( Rpm Screwdriver, Tool Only)
Product Highlights:
  • brushless motor delivers 0-2,500 rpm with increased torque to handle high demand fastening applications
  • push drive technology - in lock-on mode the motor starts only when the fastener is engaged for a quieter work environment and to save battery power
  • depth adjustable nose piece with 5/16" nutsetter delivers consistent screw fastening performance
7
Makita CT225R 18V LXT ( 2-Pc. Combo Kit (2.0Ah))
Product Highlights:
  • variable 2-speed 1/2" driver-drill (0-400 & 0-1,500 rpm) with makita-built 4-pole motor
  • variable speed impact driver (0-2,300 rpm & 0-3,200 ipm) provides 1,460 in. lbs. of max torque and weighs only 2.8 lbs. with battery
  • 18v compact lithium-ion 2.0 ah battery bl1820 provides up to 50% more run time per charge compared to bl1815
8
Makita XMT03Z 18V LXT ( Multi-Tool, Tool Only)
Product Highlights:
  • 18v lxt lithium ion battery provides up to 20 minutes of continuous run time
  • variable speed control dial (6,000 20,000 opm) enables user to match the speed to the application
  • 3.2degree oscillation angle engineered for faster, more aggressive cutting and sanding
9
Makita DUB182Z 18V LXT ( Cordless Blower, Tool Only)
Product Highlights:
  • variable speed (0 18,000 rpm) for optimum speed control. maximum air volume is 91 cfm
  • up to 12 minutes of continuous operation from a single charge at high speed
  • compact and ergonomic design.overall length : 20 3/4 inches long
10
Makita XPH12Z 18V LXT ( Driver-Drill, Tool Only)
Product Highlights:
  • bl brushless motor delivers 530 in.lbs. of max torque
  • efficient bl brushless motor is electronically controlled to optimize battery energy use for up to 50% longer run time per charge
  • the bl brushless motor eliminates carbon brushes, enabling the bl motor to run cooler and more efficiently for longer life

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