Easy Blade Removal
THE latest version of the MAKITA multi-tool, the DTM51ZJX7, has a tool-less method of installing and removing blades and the tool.
Instead of using an allen key to release the tool holder, a level is lifted behind the operating head.
When the lever is pressed down and fits flush with the machine body the tool is locked into an operating position.
The Makita DTM51ZJX7 runs on the existing 18v lithium-ion 3Ah and 4Ah batteries, and will take the new 5Ah battery, said to generate a maximum 390w output.
This machine is supplied in body-only form for Makita owners who already have a stock of 18v batteries.
Weighing 2.2kg, and with the ergonomically slim barrel grip, the Makita DTM51ZJX7 is supplied in a MakPac case with saw blade and abrasive pad and papers.
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This article has been reproduced from the Contract Flooring Journal. You can find them at www.contractflooringjournal.co.uk.