Compare the Latest 17 Makita Drill Drivers 2019
Here are the latest Makita drill drivers in chronological order (newest drill drivers first) (To compare any of the 17 models, just click their Add to compare button):
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The six latest Makita small cordless drills (as of March, 2019)
The Makita XFD11RB is a 2-speed cordless drill driver that features an electronically-controlled brushless motor. The drill comes with a tool case, an extra battery, and a Rapid Optimum charger. Other specs include a peak torque of 350 pounds and a high no-load RPM of 1700
While presumably not the most powerful drill driver around (it scores rather-average specs like a peak torque of 350 in-lbs), the Makita XPH11RB sports a 18V brushless motor, a rubberized handled described as ergonomic,and two 2000mAh batteries.
Its 38.4-ounce weight gives it a somewhat-compact vibe, and the Makita FD05R1 drill driver deals with drilling chores using a 3/8-inch keyless chuck, a 2000mAh battery, an LED light, and a 2-speed brushless motor, which reaches 1700 RPM, but however, only reaches 250 inch-pounds of maximum torque.
Tackling drilling tasks using a 1/4-inch hex chuck, an LED light, a 2000mAh battery, a hard carrying case, and a 2-speed brushless motor that, quite-sadly, only reaches a maximum torque of 250 inch-pounds (yet revs at 1700 RPM), the Makita FD06R1 drill driver also shows off a rather-lightweight figure with its 33.6-ounce weight.
The Makita XDT11R cordless impact driver's 2000mAh lithium-ion battery has a rather-quick 25-minute charge time, and it also shows off an all-metal gear casing, a hard carrying case, and a 4-pole motor that yields a peak torque of 1460 inch-pounds.
Weighing 35.2 ounces and measuring 7.43 inches long, the Makita FD02W drill driver joins other compact drill drivers while taking on drilling chores with its 3/8-inch chuck, a 2-speed motor that yields 200-inch pounds of torque, a holster, and a carrying case.
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The Makita XFD061 features all-metal gears, metal gear housing, and Dual LED lights, which are designed for working under low-light conditions. Other specs of this 2-speed drill driver include a high no-load RPM of 1550 and a peak torque of 530 in-lbs.
The Makita XPH12T is a 2-speed cordless drill powered by a 5.0AH LXT battery packs and features two LED worklights designed to provide illumination in low-light conditions. Other specs include a peak torque of 530 in-lbs. and 2000 max RPM
The Makita XFD12T is an 18v cordless drill driver featuring a brushless motor and powered by a 5.0Ah LXT lithium-ion battery, two of which are available in this particular variant. It also features two variable speed settings, a maximum torque of 530 in-lbs., and is equipped with Makita's Star Protection Computer Controls, which is designed to prevent damage caused by overheating.
Weighing in at a rather-hefty 92.8 ounces, the 21-clutch-setting Makita XFD07Z drill driver tackles drilling tasks with a 1/2-inch keyless chuck, dual LED work lights, and a 2-speed motor that kicks up dust with a high-end 1090 inch-pounds of torque.
While its battery and charger need to be purchased separately, the 21-clutch-setting Makita XFD03Z drill driver continues to brag about its dust- and water-resistant build, dual LED lights, and a 4-pole motor that reaches 750 inch-pounds of torque.
Three Makita 18v cordless drills
With two LED lights and given an increased resistance against water and dust, the Makita XFD10R cordless drill driver boasts of 480 inch-pounds of torque coming from its 4-pole 2-speed motor, plus an 18V LXT battery (not included upon purchase) that fully charges in 25 minutes or less.
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The Makita DF012DSE is a 7.2v cordless drill driver that can switch between pistol and in-line grip courtesy of its dual position handle. The drill comes with a spare battery, a charger, and a tool case. Other specs include a peak torque of 71 in-lbs. and a high no-load RPM of 650