GRUNT TO GO
Makita has recently released the long awaited Makita Mobile
Lithium-Ion (LXT) Rotary Hammer.
Makita’s portable, lightweight 3-Mode Rotary Hammer has
some heavyweight capabilities. It’s set up to power through the
toughest of materials, from wood to masonry and steel. With its
new battery technology, and better ergonomics, the result is a
longer lasting performance that won’t wear out the user.
With a full 360 degree rotating chisel and 40 different locking
positions, there is no need for a chisel adaptor. The one-touch sliding chuck makes easy work of bit changes. The new
design also incorporates a non-slip soft grip side handle and
ergonomic D-handle for greater comfort during use.
The 18V hammer with three mode settings – hammer,
rotation and hammer with rotation, gives impressive versatility
and power all in the one tool.
The Makita Mobile Hammer Drill has 40 per cent lighter
batteries for easy handling and great endurance – and with
optimum charging, it also provides 280 per cent more power.
Its Li-ion battery is also free from memory effect, so it can be
charged at anytime and anywhere.
For further information visit www.makita.com.au
ON THIS TOOL ARE:
• SDS Plus Chuck
• 3 mode operation:
Drilling, Hammering, Drilling & Hammering
• Drilling Capacity: Concrete: 26 mm
• Steel 13 mm
• Wood 30 mm
• Weight 4.0 kg
• Overall Length: 322mm
• Battery capacity: 2.6 Ah
• Battery Charging Time 80 mins
• Battery voltage: 36 V
Hitachi Power Tools’ trade quality Li-Ion cordless tools are
equipped with technology unique to the Australian market. This
technology enables the batteries to eliminate risks caused by
over charging, over discharging, and overloading due to high
current draw applications. When subjected to any of these
situations the Hitachi Li-Ion batteries will shut down. This feature
eliminates the damaging effects that typically shorten a normal
battery life to around 500 re-charges. Hitachi batteries equipped
with these three protection circuits have a life expectancy of over
The all new 36 volt rotary hammer released by Hitachi in
February is supplied with 2 x 2.6Ah Li–Ion batteries that have all
the protection features detailed above ensuring longest possible
battery life. This tool also features fastest drilling speed in it’s
class ensuring contractors get the job done in the shortest
possible time. The Hitachi also delivers maximum number of
holes per recharge – an important factor – particularly in remote