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Makita15-Piece LXT Cordless Toolkit-LXT1500

April 25, 2012

 

Almost every facet of construction can use this collection of  power tools, and the  professionals who know and love Makita, are going to be the most interested in this top of the line Makita kit. The Makita LXT1500 18V LXT Li-Ion 15 Piece Combo Kit is a groundbreaking power tool collection that delivers high performance tools complete in one package. The LXT1500 delivers a first rate collection of everything a professional could need while working on a job. The15 piece kit offers a wide variety of cordless power tools giving endless options for fastening, grinding, cutting, and drilling and is suited for a plethora of trades including plumbing, remodeling, concrete, and HVAC. DIY’s will have a hay day with this kit, using the very best of Makitas power tools will give you a top notch experience with your projects and house renovations. Makita is known for its vibration-free power tools that run smooth for extended periods of time.

Makita Delivers  Power

The LXT Lithium-Ion battery and optimum charging system put the competition to shame, running longer and stronger at 430% total lifetime work and producing 2.5 times more cycles for each and every LXT lithium–Ion power run tool. The Makita Lithium-Ion also has an extended running time, exhibiting 5 times less self discharge, that can be activated any time you choose to utilize it. It also sports 16 firm, holding contact terminals that provide the power tool with consistently high power capabilities. Included in the Makita LXT1500 kit is the 30-minute Rapid Optimum Charger, this charger is smart technology! It actually communicates with the batteries built-in chip while the lithium li-ion battery is being charged, bottom line is the chip makes sure, while charging is in place to control the current, voltage, and temperature of the battery. While the chip is keeping the battery on task, there is also a fan cooling the battery while it charges, thus ensuring a longer life span for your battery. Makita is offering a 3-year manufactures warranty on the power tools and a 1-year manufacturers warranty on the batteries and chargers.

What’s Included in the LXT1500 Combo Kit

An 18V LXT 1/2″ Hammer Driver-Drill (BHP452), an 18V LXT 6-1/2″ Circular Saw (BSS611),   an 18V LXT Recipro Saw (BJR182), an 18V LXT Impact Driver (BTD141), an 18V LXT 4-1/2″ Cut-Off/Angle Grinder (BGA452), an 18V LXT 1/2″ Impact Wrench (BTW251), an  18V LXT 7/8″ SDS-Plus Rotary Hammer (BHR240), an 18V LXT 3/8″ Angle Driver-Drill (BDA350), an  18V LXT Drywall Screwdriver (BFS450), an 18V LXT 1/2″ High Torque Impact Wrench (BTW450), an 18V LXT 5-3/8″ Metal Cutting Saw (BCS550), an 18V LXT Blower (BUB182Z), an  18V LXT Fluorescent/Incandescent Flashlight (BML184), an  18V LXT Flashlight (BML185), an 18V LXT Job Site Radio (BMR100W), an (4) LXT Li-Ion 3.0 Ah Batteries (BL1830), an  (2) Rapid Optimum Battery Chargers (DC18RA), an Contractor Bag with wheels and telescoping handle (831269-3), and a  Contractor Bag (831284-7).

Wow! that is a long list of tools, sure to come in handy on a diverse job site.

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  1. This driver drill combo has severd me well. A few small downsides. First I have found the drill lacks some power when boring larger holes. During my last attempt at large hole drilling I actually smelt some burning odors from the drill. I don’t normally use my cordless for hole sawing but sometimes it’s a matter of convenience and speed, use what’s in hand. The driver is a beast. I’ve had no problems and it has been a great tool. Never owned an impact before, great addition. I’ve had these for about 8 months now, no battery problems. The led light is a great feature. One thing I wish the set had was an additional bit storage clip, it only comes with one, even a little magnet on the tool would be nice. Another small downside is the direction switch position, Its hard to change with one finger while holding the drill with one hand. Not a huge problem but takes some getting used to. Also when the battery is out of the drill it must lay on its side due to the belt clip that hangs off, not as big deal but a little annoying for storage reasons. None of these issues are total deal breakers, these are still quality tools.

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