If there’s one power tool that will survive the competitive market, it would be Makita. The renowned power tools maker has been keeping up with times nu making hardware that complements its line of battery-powered power tools which customers want. The power tools battery-powered coffee maker is one example and now, the Makita Cordless Bluetooth Job Site Charger and Radio.

Makita Cordless Bluetooth Job Site Charger and Radio

The Makita 18V LXT/12V CXT Cordless Bluetooth Job Site Charger/Radio, Tool Only (XRM10) charges 18V LXT and 12V max CXT batteries. It can top up an 18V LXT lithium-ion 5.0 Ah battery in 80 minutes.

But charging is only one of its gigs. It is also a trusty FM radio, delivering rich, full stereo sound from its two powerful 3.5-inch side-firing speakers.

With the Makita 18V LXT/12V CXT Cordless Bluetooth Job Site Charger/Radio, Tool Only (XRM10), you can choose to listen to the digital tuner, a mobile device wirelessly connected via Bluetooth, or an MP3 player via the auxiliary port. That’s right. The Makita Cordless Bluetooth Job Site Charger and Radio is also a Bluetooth speaker system.

Makita Cordless Bluetooth Job Site Charger and Radio

And befitting its status as a Makita product, it has the look that screams “I’m a Makita!” along with a build that can withstand harsh job site conditions – thanks to the IP64 rating and the elastomer bumpers.

That is not it either; the Makita Cordless Bluetooth Job Site Charger and Radio also boats a storage space for portable devices and, believe it or not, a built-in bottle opener.

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The Makita 18V KXT/12V max CXT Cordless Bluetooth Job Site Charger/Radio, Tool Only (XRM10) is available now for US$319. You can find it selling on popular hardware retailers include The Home Depot.

Makita Cordless Bluetooth Job Site Charger and Radio

Images: Makita.

Published by Mike

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