Makita DRS780Z Twin 18V (36V) Li-ion LXT Brushless 185mm Circular Saw - Batteries and Charger Not Included
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Makita DSS611Z is an 18 V Li-ion battery powered circular saw having an excellent blade length and impressive speed. The Makita DSS611Z circular saw is one of the best makita circular saws for quality cuts and ease of use. It has safety features to it which makes it extra secure. If a person wants great value for their money, Makita DSS611Z is the right choice for it.
The HS7601J features a new aesthetic design, an aluminium base plate, an aluminium die-cast safety cover for more outstanding durability, and a single action lever for easy cutting depth adjustment. The Makita DRS780Z rear handle circular saw has finally landed and it is a fantastic machine with the power and speed to finally do away with your corded circular saw. The 36v brushless motor is more efficient than a standard brushed motor and when powered by a pair of 5Ah batteries can provide a whopping 550 cross cuts in 4x2 CLS timber. Automatic Torque Drive Technology: Automatically changes the cutting speed according to load condition for optimum operation
the tool is not an Air Compressor/ Air Tool, a Battery/ Charger, an Accessory, or a Petrol or Production Tool The Makita DRS780 is a 185mm cordless rear handle saw powered by two 18V Li-ion batteries in series featuring high power similar to AC tool. the DRS780 is fitted with a 1700w brushless motor which has a no load speed of 5100rpm. Compatible with all Makita 18V LXT Batteries. The machine comes with a 20 tooth, 185mm blade capable of cutting through wood knots and nails. It is sold without battery or charger in a cardboard box. Features:
To make sure you've got the right circular saw - 185mm blade: 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. The motor features ADT (automatic drive technology) which increases the speed according to load conditions and with a maximum speed of 5,100rpm this unit will cut like a knife through butter. The guard and base are manufactured from strong but lightweight magnesium and has an easy depth adjustment for a maximum cutting depth of 65mm at 90° plus bevel adjustment up to 53° with positive stops at 22.5°, 45° and 53°. Other features include a rubberised rear handle for firm control, soft start, electric brake, battery fuel gauge and a joist hook for easy storage.The DHL710ZJ is a cordless Circular Saw with a 36V DC motor drive system that delivers up to 4,600 rpm and is powered by two 18V Li-ion batteries. These batteries produce immense power, which turns out to be quite impressive. The Makita DSS501Z circular saw is famous for its compact design. When asked by users what makes the Makita DSS501Z so unique, many people went with its compact design, which makes it look good, and the compactness works really well? The DRS780Z Circular Saw is powered by two 18V Li-ion LXT slide-type batteries, which provide power to the 36V brushless motor, which delivers up to 5,100 rpm and 1,700 watts of peak power.