About two months, ago a Makita 18V LXT cordless hammer drill kit popped up onto Amazon with a $122 price. It seemed that this kit, model XPH012, which has what looks to be an LXT hammer drill version of their regular compact drill that’s also part of a $99 kit, was to be a special holiday deal, and so I kept it on my radar. The deal then reappeared on CPO’s site with a $130 price tag, but now that page has been removed as well.
Update: It looks like Amazon has relaunched their product page and is now offering this kit for $99 as well! If you ask me, this is a better bargain than Dewalt’s $99 DCD771C2 cordless drill Black Friday deal.
My guess is that other retailers will match this deal as well, but for the time being Home Depot and now Amazon are the only ones who have product pages up for the XPH012 kit. Anybody who owns a home and personally conducts their own renovation has a special tool in their arsenal, capable of being used in any number of situations: a drill. A black and white drill, the FD02W has over 200 inch-pounds of torque in a very compact design that stands at 10.87 inches tall.
This entry in Makita’s series of cordless drills offers an incredible battery life along with a four-position flashlight that allows illumination of the workplace.
With built-in LED lights and two speeds for all kinds of hammering, drilling and driving settings, the LXT218 is ultra-compact as it is less than ten inches long.
A white drill, the LCT314 is a great addition to any toolkit thanks to its 9-hour LED flashlight, 800 inch-pounds of torque and a rapidly recharging battery that gets home renovators back into the game after just a short half hour.
Makita is well known for making compact drills that pack quite a punch, and the LXPH01Z is definitely no exception.
While all Makita designs can generally be considered to be compact, the RD020DSEW is one that weighs in at a mere pound to avoid the operator becoming fatigued from using it, as well as promoting lightweight portability.
A well-balanced and compact drill from the revolutionary Makita, the BHP454 offers a strong foothold in the industry. Once again, Makita delivers quality without cramming technology into an overly bulky or burly drill, allowing even aging home renovators to feel comfortable carrying the drill without fear of dropping it from its weight. With this drill, Makita offers a great balance between a lightweight, portable device and a rugged drill that can power through every job without risk of falling short anywhere, capable of handling even industrial abuse on a daily basis.

Whether you are looking for a lightweight cordless drill, a cordless drill for drywall, or a heavy duty cordless drill for concrete or brick, Makita has something for everyone with this top 10 selection of best Makita cordless drills. Masonry Tools Makita Drill 18mm, View electric drill, rotary hammer from Zhejiang Hangbo Power Tools Co.,Ltd.
The Makita LXT 18V Cordless line continues to grow with some surprising additions to their website.
LXPH03 Hammer Drill The BHP454 has been Makita's top dog hammer drill for a while now, but it roots are based on a design that is many years old.
Getting a cordless drill makes it even easier to use and allows its user to carry it around from place to place with ease, making renovations in parts of the home even when there is currently no outlet to plug in the tool.
The drill features an LED light to help illuminate the work area for maximum efficiency in any work space. A half-inch driver-drill, the LCT300W offers two speeds to help deliver 480 inch-pounds of torque to any project on a home. Though it can take a little bit longer than average to charge, this Makita drill packs a rather lengthy battery life to prevent home renovators from having to take breaks from their projects too frequently. Weighing in at only four pounds and eight inches in length, this hammer driver-drill delivers 480 inch-pounds of torque and runs between two variable speeds up to 1,500 RPM.
The quarter-inch hex chuck is quickly ejected from its position, and the battery is remarkably energy saving as it lasts for over two and a half times the typical cycle, even with the built-in LED light illuminating the work area. A small switch quickly engages the different hammer, drill and driver modes, as opposed to the competitor’s drills that require turning a dial and taking up too much time that could otherwise be spent working on a home renovation project.
Additionally, it comes with an LED light designed to illuminate the work area, staying on as long as the user needs it to rather than having it turn off after just a few short seconds. With 450 inch-pounds of torque delivered through the eight inch, four pound drill, Makita definitely hit a good stride with this hammer driver-drill, making it a great purchase no matter what kind of project one will need it for. You can be assured that your DIY project will be finished in no time flat with this selection of great cordless drills by Makita. The new tools include a next generation LXT hammer drill, next gen LED work light that can handle more jobsite abuse, and a surprising new cordless random orbital sander.
Makita has come out with newer drills since the BHP454 but none have come close to its power.

Makita is one company that has made a profound presence in the industry, offering several different drills for homeowners to pick from depending on their needs. As the speeds and name suggests, this is the perfect drill for all kinds of drilling, hammering and driving situations for all kinds of projects.
It looks like the Makita LXPH03 is the hammer drill that will finally replace the popular BHP454 and it has some impressive stats.
I show them an old ad I found on Google and sure enough 15 mins later I was walking out the store with it for $99. Very few drills can be considered perfect for any kind of job, but the LXPH01Z may just be one of those, making this one of the top Makita cordless drills.
She said every once in a while someone will come in and ask for it and they go grab the forklift and get it down for them. Flashlight Makita also has made some welcomed improvements to their LED flashlight in the new LXLM04. The most notable improvement is to the 12 position head which is now made out of aluminum to offer increased durability. The new LXLM04 boasts up to 13 hours of continuous run time on a single charge and outputs 200 lumens of light. LXOB01 5-Inch Random Orbital Sander The surprising new tool is the Makita LXOB01 Cordless Random Orbital Sander. Even though it is cordless and requires an on-board battery, it looks surprisingly compact. There are three speed settings to choose from, 7000, 9500 and 11000 OPM with the lowest speed delivering a runtime up to 40 minutes and the high speed delivering up to 20 minutes.

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