Makita commemorated the Company’s 35th year of operation in the UK in 2007 with a special edition of the popular combi’ drill (BHP452) in a unique ‘white and black’ body colour scheme in place of the globally recognised blue. This quickly became a popular best seller and customers have been asking for further tools in this distinctive style.
- Stylish body colours – same high performance
- Cordless and mains tools in new body colours
The Makita brand has always stood for industry leading technology, reliability and the highest build quality. The latest white and black special edition kit celebrates Makita’s commitment to produce the best comprehensive range of professional tools and accessories. The white and black special edition products symbolise Makita’s brand qualities by producing tools to satisfy any professional’s needs.
The tradesman works to the highest standards and so do Makita tools, it’s as simple as black and white.
Now a further selection of Makita products have been introduced including a useful 18v lithium-ion four-piece kit featuring the powerful BHP452ZW combi’ drill; the BTD140ZW impact driver; the ever popular BMR100W job site radio and the BML185W inspection torch. The kit includes two 3.0Ah Li-ion batteries that are 40% lighter, have 2000+ cycles and 430% more run time – and a fast charger which is capable of charging a lithium-ion battery in just 22 minutes. The charger is clever enough to perform a diagnostic check of the battery while it’s charging. The kit is supplied with a heavy duty tool bag for safe and secure transportation.
Also new to the ‘white and black’ range is the mains jigsaw. The Makita 4350 FCTXW is a 720watt machine available in 110v or 240v mode with a 26mm long orbital stroke which can run up to 2,800 strokes per minute. This saw will cut 135mm in wood and 10mm in steel. Made at Makita’s production facility in Telford, this British made jigsaw is delivered with 35 of the most useful blades from the extensive Makita accessory range. The blades can be changed simply by clicking open the blade holder and slipping in the replacement blade and clicking shut the holder. All this is done by hand without the need for any tools.
The ‘white and black’ special edition kit is sure to be a sell out this Christmas!