Makita DKP180Z 18V Li-Ion LXT Planer - Batteries And Charger Not Included
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Shoe on the underside stops accidental laying down of planer while the blade is still moving. This limits the damage on the workpiece and the blades from scratches Thanks for taking your time to read our review of the Makita DKP180Z LXT 82mm 18 V Li-ion Body Only Cordless Planer. Below we have included a full and detailed review of this highly popular choice for UK buyers.
Works with all power tools that feature a yellow connector plate or has a star on the connector plate the tool is not an Air Compressor/ Air Tool, a Battery/ Charger, an Accessory, or a Petrol or Production ToolFitted with a comfortable operator handle with a rubberised soft grip which is widely covered with elastomer for more comfort. control and less fatigue If the tool is faulty within 30 days of buying it, we will arrange for its collection at no cost to you and supply a replacement. The Makita DKP180Z is a powerful cordless planer with up to 2mm cutting depth per pass and depth adjustment in 0.1mm increments. The Makita DKP180Z features enhanced chip ejection and a foot for protecting the workpiece and blades. It also accepts Makita 18v Li-ion batteries. MAKITA DKP180Z FEATURES
The dust bag catches 90% of the dust and is easy and clean to empty. The bag is a bit bulky to carry around but its totally worth the hassle as there is very little cleaning up to be done after.The Makita DKP180ZJ is supplied body only in a Makpac type 3 carry case with inlay tray, ready to add batteries and charger (sold separately). MAKITA DKP180ZJ FEATURES Product dimensions are stated with a battery / batteries, if they affect the overall dimensions of the product.
It will do the job of any corded planer and is really a pleasure to work with. Light, flexible and has plenty of power.Makita believe that for a good tool you need a good motor, and Makita makes every effort to make sure their motors are of the best quality. They use premium grade steel to produce armature shafts and gears, and only steel of the highest grade is used. To make sure you've got the right planer - 82mm blade width: Choosing the right battery: Cordless (or battery powered) tools have various chemical battery types; Li-ion is the latest technology, prior to that it was Ni-MH and Ni-Cad was the original. The higher the Ah (Ampere hours) the longer the interval between charges; the fewer times you recharge a battery the longer it will last. Some cordless tools can also come without batteries - also referred to as naked, bare units or body only. These tools are supplied without a battery or charger and more often than not without any accessoires. As a result they are significantly cheaper in price.