Check out: Makita LXMT02Z 18-Volt LXT Lithium-Ion Cordless Multi Tool (Bare Tool Only)

Makita LXMT02Z 18-Volt LXT Lithium-Ion Cordless Multi Tool (Bare Tool Only)

Makita LXMT02Z 18-Volt LXT Lithium-Ion Cordless Multi Tool (Bare Tool Only)
provides Corded Speed and Power Without the Cord. It has Up to 15 minutes of run time with 18V L timesT Lithium-Ion speed control dial (6,000 – 20,000 OPM) enables user to match the speed to the application. 3.2 – Degree oscillation angle engineered for faster, more aggressive cutting and sanding. The Small diameter barrel grip of 2 – 3/8 – Inch and weighs 4.5 – Pound. for improved handling and added operator comfort. There is a Large on/off slide switch with lock-on button for operator convenience. The Built-in LED light illuminates the work area. The Soft start feature for smooth start ups and optimal control. Our Clamp system and adapters (included) fit most competitive accessories. The is Ideal for wood flooring, tile, plaster, sheetrock, wood, PVC and a variety of other applications. Sold as a without charger and battery.

  • Corded speed and performance without the cord
  • Up to 15 minutes of run time with Lithium-Ion Battery
  • Variable Speed control dial (6,000-20,000 OPM) enables user to match the speed to the application
  • 3.2-Degree oscillation angle engineered for faster, more aggressive cutting and sanding
  • Small diameter barrel grip of only 2-3/8-Inch and weighs only 4.5-Pound for improved handling and added operator comfort

List Price: $ 212.00

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Question by Jamie B: whats the fastest way to break a cable lock without power tools?
your not allowed to use any power tools, a jack, or a hacksaw. whats the fastest way do you think??
ok, your not allowed to use boltcutters either, lol

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Answer by *havin fun in the sun*
pound down on the lock itself with a hammer

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    • T. Scott
    • May 25, 2013
    22 of 22 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Even Better than expected, June 23, 2012
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    T. Scott
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    This review is from: Makita LXMT02Z 18-Volt LXT Lithium-Ion Cordless Multi Tool (Bare Tool Only) (Tools & Home Improvement)

    I bought this tool to cutout holes for additional electrical outlets in my new rental property. It cuts wood well. I pushed it on hard yellow pine (not the soft white pine in new homes)I got about 18 minute of non stop cutting. (better than 8-10 minutes witn a 12v) I have 5 batteries so it didn’t slow me down. What really surprised me was how well and how long the battery lasted doing sanding with the carbide grit bit. I got about 90 minutes of sanding. ( I did take a minute or 2 of rest here and there since much was overhead work.) The loose paint almost flew off the wood. I had 2 spiral columns that would have taken me many hours with a scrapper and sander. Did both columns + all the casing around the front door before replacing the battery. Sanding and scraping can be one of the worst jobs, now it’s easy. Can’t wait to get to my electrical boxes.

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    • shog
    • May 25, 2013
    18 of 19 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    works with bosch accessories, September 10, 2012
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    I picked this up to do random chopping and sanding on a boat.

    This package comes with the one bi-metal cutting blade featured in the product image, as well as an allen-style key for changing blades and a few adapters for attachments from different manufacturers.

    Turns out, this thing takes the same accessories as Bosch. There are adapters for Dremel and Fein as well. To round off this kit, I picked up a 23 piece accessory set for the bosch, which fits
    Bosch OSCS23 Oscillating Tool Multi-X Accessory Set, 23-Piece

    However the kit lacks a sanding pad, and it doesn’t come with this tool either, so I ordered that separately. Home depot has replacement sandpaper for this.
    Bosch SDP001 Sanding Delta Pad 3.5-inch Sanding Pad

    All this stuff fits. The tool works with 1.5Ah makita lxt batteries, the usual kind that comes with kits, as opposed to some Makita tools that only work with the 3.0 Ah pack.

    Hows it work? So far I’ve used it to strip varnish off of teak and sand varnish between coats. For me, this gadget works for 90% of the stuff that’s too delicate for a random orbit sander. It renders my palm sander useless. With a speed that goes down to delicate, and a ‘finger sanding’ hook and loop attachment, this thing owns the detail. The places it can’t reach, MAYBE you can hit it with a dremel and flapwheel, but odds are it’s unsandable. I’m extremely satisfied and have since thrown out my sanding blocks.

    A red warning light indicates the battery is running out, and then a few minutes later it stops. It’s light enough that I can operate it one-handed with my little computer programmer arms for 2 hours with no problem.

    Speaking of batteries, Makita’s batteries have a notorious flaw that makes them prone to fail after the warranty runs out. Until Makita fixes the bad design, you might spend a fortune replacing batteries. See this: Makita BL1830 18-Volt LXT Lithium-Ion Battery You might have better luck buying knockoff batteries on ebay.

    Question: Where can I get a dust extractor?

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    • Kathryn C
    • May 25, 2013

    That acid that the Alien spewed in the movie Alien.

    • Gypsy Girl
    • May 25, 2013

    Boltcutters. You can buy them at the hardware store for about $ 20.

    • Kim
    • May 25, 2013

    bolt cutters

    • s.ville
    • May 25, 2013

    you didnt mention bolt cutters

    • chickenjoe
    • May 25, 2013

    axe, 12 gauge, crash into it

    • y1987
    • May 25, 2013

    Interesting, why you need to know that?
    I would use bolt cutter, $ 10 at the local hardware store

    • Hex92
    • May 25, 2013

    A big metal bar/pole. Slip it under the lock and start rotating it. If the bar is long enough you should be able to get enough torque to break the lock.

    • hmmm
    • May 25, 2013

    It is top secret!
    BTW, what are you trying to STEAL?

    • stumble123stick
    • May 25, 2013

    spray the lock with Freon and when it’s good and frosty whack it with a hammer. Unless this is one of those really big cable locks that is locking down a Harley. Then you dont even try.

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