Makita DUB182Z 18V LXT Lithium-Ion Cordless Blower (Bare Tool Only)

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Makita DUB182Z 18V LXT Lithium-Ion Cordless Blower (Bare Tool Only)

The Makita 18V LXT Lithium-Ion Cordless Blower (model DUB182Z, tool only) is a go-to clean-up tool and a favorite on job sites and in workshops. It seamlessly combines the convenience of cordless with the superior power-to-weight ratio of Makita’s 18V LXT Lithium-Ion battery technology. The DUB182Z is the perfect addition to any kit, tool bag or work shop.
  • Variable speed (0-18,000 RPM) for optimum speed control
  • Up to 12 minutes of continuous operation from a single charge at high speed
  • Compact and ergonomic design at only 20-3/4" long
  • Weighs only 3.9 lbs. with battery for reduced operator fatigue. BATTERY AND CHARGER SOLD SEPARATELY.
  • Rubberized soft grip handle for increased operator comfort

List Price : $ 99.00

Price : $ 99.00

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Renowned for its exceptionally reliable, durable and high end power tools, Makita was established in the year 1915 but only began to sell their innovative power tools in 1958. Makita’s name has now become synonymous with quality and trust as the celebrated Japanese manufacturer continues to be a pioneer of innovation while pushing the power tool industry forward with their incredible brand portfolio offering some truly amazing and ground breaking products.

There is a lot of clever design and engineering that goes into a power tool as there are numerous electronic parts and elements of different sizes and sophistication. These sophisticated parts get faulty or damaged after some usage and time, that’s why you can also find Makita parts on the market if you want to carry out repairs of your favorite Makita tool.

It has been a century now since Makita’s foundation so it would be fitting to share the milestones of this great innovator with the consumers and the loving fans. Here is how this story goes:

1915 – Makita Electric Works is established in Nagoya, Japan, as a repair shop for electric tools, instruments and equipment.

1938 – Company is incorporated as Makita Electric Works, Ltd.

1945 – Company relocates to nearby Anjo City in an effort to avoid damage from World War II air raids.

1958 – Under the administration of President Juiro Goto, Makita diversifies into the manufacture of electric power tools; a portable electric planer is the first such product.

1962 – Company goes public to raise funds for the diversification effort.

1969 – Makita attains the leading position in the Japanese power tool market.

1970 – Overseas expansion begins with the establishment of a U.S. subsidiary.

1978 – Company launches its first cordless product, a drill.

1980 – First overseas factory is established in Canada.

1985 – A U.S. manufacturing operation is created.

1991 – Makita acquires Sachs-Dolmar, a German maker of gasoline-powered chain saws that is subsequently renamed Dolmar GmbH; Makita Corporation is adopted as the new company name.

1993 – Makita sets up its first factory in China.

2001 – Production begins at the company’s second Chinese manufacturing plant.

2002 – The Maktec line of low-cost, made-in-China power tools is introduced into Asian markets outside of Japan.

2015 – LXT Cordless Range Reaches 100 Tools. Makita established a great 18V Lithium-Ion category in 2005, and today that particular portfolio alone offers the world’s largest cordless tool line-up juiced by an 18V slide-style battery. The 100th year 2015 fittingly marks the release of the 100th Makita 18V tool – and they’re powered by the industry’s fastest-charging 18V Lithium-Ion batteries. Makita’s expanding 18V line-up is giving tool users more power, longer run time and superior ergonomics, with more opportunities than ever before to unplug the cord. offers a wide range of makita parts, bosch replacement parts and bostitch replacement parts.

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