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PostPosted: Fri Apr 18, 2014 6:07 am 
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makita anounced that they have come out with new 18v lxt brushless impact driver model td148d.
td148d has a length of just 119mm
the new brushless delivers max torque 175 n.m which is 1550 in lbs, ad
dtionally makita says that td148d faster 35% more then their previous leading impact driver.
As with the LXDT06, the TD148D features 3 speed and torque settings. The new impact might also have a similar quick-shift mechanism.
Low speed: 0-1100 RPM, 0-1100 IPM
Medium speed: 0-2100 RPM, 0-2600 IPM
High speed: 0-3600 RPM, 0-3800 IPM
this also the first product makita advertised eqquipped with their new bl1850 5.0 li ion batteries.


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PostPosted: Fri Apr 18, 2014 8:07 pm 
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And I see that you've posted a video of it here, on YouTube. Mind if I ask where abouts in the world you are? FGermany? (because of a small bit of German? in the vid) Only asking because the model type seems more like a USA one than a European/Oz one (which would make it something like a DTD148)

Interesting also that Makita are now pushing a new super compact brushless combi in Oz with 125Nm of torque, the DHP481 - wonder how lonkg it will be before Makita UK bring that one in? Out of interest Makita have also announced a couple of new cordless jigsaws, the [url]DJV181 (body grip) and the DJV182 (D-handle)[/url] (note the BVC350/DVC350 cordless dust extractor in the background and the LED kights and variable speed on the jiggers). Makita also announced a new 36 volt cordless saw in the UK last month, the DHS710 which uses two 18 volt battery packs side by side and has thermal overload protection - about time, too! - and a better (cast) blade guard (the BSS610/611 have a flimsy plastic one. Only pity is there's no slot to allow its' use on the guide rails

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he is from israel J&N :wink:

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So, Yiddish, then? Thought it sounded like German, but not quite......

BTW missed the link to the jigsaws off :oops:. It is http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9h1qofpzrvI. And I forgot to mention the new mini recipro saws, the DJR183 and DJR185 (already in the UK with the DHS710 due in the next couple of weeks, I'm told). Looks like Makita has finally woken up to the need to start competing withthe rest of the market again. All this is starting to make my kit look a bit old hat......

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Looks like J & K hasn't noticed that the OP has been banned :lol:

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Don't think that he was banned when I posted. Oh, well, at least the Makita info is up on the forum and searcheable - so not a complete lossu

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