Makita Reconditioned Tools

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Makita power tools are often recovered from store returns, reconditioned at the factory and sent out once again to be sold at a discounted price. Not only does this assist the manufacturer in losing less money in the return, but it also offers a new, or almost new, product to the consumer. If trying to avoid reconditioned tools, check product labels. Stores in the United States are required to mark reconditioned items are reconditioned or repaired.

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Makita Drill and Impact Driver Set

This two-piece set comes equipped with a drill and an impact driver. Two lithium batteries, a charger and a carrying case are included with the factory-reconditioned model. These 18-volt power tools are guaranteed for one year by the Makita factory and will be replaced with the same model or an equivalent at no charge to the customer. The impact has an LED light, allowing for better illumination of the work area.

Makita Angle Grinder

Use this standard tool to grind metal or wood to a smooth finish. It's a 7.5 amp corded model that must be plugged in to operate. A one-year factory warranty is standard from the manufacturer. The warranty doesn't cover the 4.5-inch grinding plate, which needs replacing after normal usage.

Makita SP6000KR Plunge Cut Circular Saw Kit

This Makita circular saw runs on corded power. The 6.5-inch circular saw is one of many that Makita reconditions for secondary sale. Though there's usually no Makita manufacturer warranty on this particular model, a warranty may be available through the store supplying the tool. This kit comes with a hex wrench, an attachable guide ruler, a vacuum hose adaptor and a carrying case.

Makita BHX2500 Blower

This Makita gas-powered blower has a 24.5cc engine. The blower is lightweight at only 4.45 Kilogram. For a surcharge, Makita offers a two-year warranty on all of its reconditioned leaf and other blowers.

Makita BJR182Z Reciprocating Saw

This Makita reciprocating saw runs on an 18-volt battery or charger, available from Makita and numerous retailers. The one-year warranty that comes with this reconditioned tool doesn't cover saw blades, which must be replaced with wear and tear.

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