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Makita DUX60Z Twin 18V (36V) Li-Ion LXT Brushless Split Shaft - Batteries And Charger Not Included

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With any of the tool heads attached and the two 18v batteries clipped into the motor housing, the overall balance of the complete machine is excellent with the loop handle perfectly positioned for complete machine control and manoeuvrability. Most of the time I need something compact light and easily stored for lawn edge trimming around the house. But two or three times a year I need something powerful to maintain land on the family farm. Generally we’d use 2 stroke machines, stilhl chainsaws, tanaka hedge clipper etc. And work in places without access to 240v power for days at a time (but go to a house with power for lunch & dinner). Reliability is absolutely key for those days, can’t afford downtime. 2nd most important thing is performance; need something that is efficient at its job. I imagine the brush cutter would get 2-3 hours use on those days, probably with an opportunity to charge batteries half way through at lunch. Will need to handle think brambles and small ( Although I only need a brush cutter right now, I like the idea of a multi tool to add possibly a long handle hedge trimmer or cultivator in future. This DUX60PG2 Split-Shaft Multi Tool kit comes with 2x BL1860B 6.0Ah Lithium-Ion batteries and a fast DC18RD twin charger - working attachments are sold separately. Multi-tool system - lots of versatile optional attachments for a range of applications (sold separately)

This bag is designed to hold a Makita DUX60 / UX01G Cordless Split-Shaft Multi Tool Motor and one or two shaft attachments (not recommended for motor + multiple attachments). It is also designed to house the DSL800 drywall sander. This DUX60Z Split-Shaft Multi Tool is a body only machine - attachments, batteries and chargers are sold separately. MAKITA DUX60Z FEATURES Part of the Makita multi tool system, this DUX60Z split shaft multi tool is suitable for use with all Makita Combi attachments - it uses the same attachments as the petrol counterpart. The BL Brushless Motor eliminates carbon brushes, enabling the BL Motor to run cooler and more efficiently for longer lifeYou could buy a stihl km56 unit for roughly the same price as the unit and the attachments are the same sort of price and if you don't use it much run it on aspen 2? ? They'll be a lot more torque than the 36v tool aswell Makita DUX60PT2 Twin 18v (36v) LXT Cordless Brushless Split-Shaft Multi Tool Motor Inc 2x BL1850B 5.0Ah Batteries & DC18RD Fast Twin Port Charger speed options with soft-start (Low: 5,700 RPM, Medium: 8,200 High: 9,700 RPM) allows the operator to match speed to application Makita DUX60PG2 Twin 18v LXT Brushless Split-Shaft Multi Tool Motor Inc 2x BL1860B 6.0Ah Batteries & 1x DC18RD Fast Twin Charger

There are a number of gardening tool attachment heads (sold separately) that are compatible with this motor unit, making it a versatile tool for a number of outdoor jobs. Run time up to 117 minutes when using the BL1860 Battery, 97 minutes with the BL1850 Battery and 75 minutes when using the BL1840 Battery. (Using nylon cutting head) Class leading cordless Combi engine featuring a powerful 36v DC motor drive system which is powered by two 18v lithium ion batteries. Delivering excellent power levels this lightweight machine boasts 0 harmful emissions and extremely low noise levels which allows this Combi engine to be used in noise sensitive areas. My Ryobi brush cutter is on its way out with a scored piston & cylinder. Am in the market for a new machine, and this Makita looks promising and a good price. I have Makita batteries and other kit already.This DUX18 Split-Shaft Multi Tool is sold body only - attachments, batteries and chargers are sold separately.

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