THE 36V (18V X2) LXT 1-9/16″ ROTARY HAMMER ON THE JOB SITE
@krugerconstruction | We had to make this hole bigger to get at some pipes
•It was a busy day and I completely forgot to bring my dust attachment connection put with all the water from cutting the concrete the dust wasn’t bad
•This is the Makita 18v X2 36v 1-9/16” SDS-MAX with anti vibration. From my use it’s comparable to some of the 2” cordless SDS-MAX out there. The batteries still registered full after this
•It’s good for smaller jobs like this
@krugerconstruction | LXT Cordless 9” 36v power cutter (XEC01) from Makita
• This tool runs on 2 18v batteries making 36v
• From what I’ve found it’s great for small jobs but make sure you got lots of charged batteries
• This was a 3 minute cut and this cut alone used half of both the fully charged 6.0 batteries
• You can push it and it will take it but it has an indicator light that comes on and that means those batteries are draining even faster
• I haven’t had any batteries overheat in my time using it
• It isn’t really heavy and is comfortable to use, just make sure you take breaks and don’t crouch to long haha
• Like I said for small inside jobs this cutter is perfect but like I also said have a lot of charged batteries on hand because it’s thirsty
• Power wise I’d say it’s gotta be around the same as the other battery powered cutters I’ve tried, it may even be more powerful. I didn’t have them there to go head to head.
• It’s nice to not have batteries overheat either because we had that happen with another brand.
• The main thing here is I can cut inside a occupied home without any fumes. I’ll take that all day everyday.