How to choose the best Makita DUB183Z 18V LXT Lithium-Ion Cordless Floor Blower for you?
Up to 18 minutes of continuous operation at high speed using 18V LXT 5.0Ah battery BL1850B battery not included . Long nozzle with a curved flat end enables comfortable operation of blower in an upright standing position. Variable speed 0-18,000 RPM for optimum air volume control enables user to match the speed to the application. Compact and ergonomic design at only 33-1 4 long. Makita-built variable 3-speed motor produces a maximum air velocity of 116 MPH
Is this what you need when you buy Makita DUB183Z 18V LXT Lithium-Ion Cordless Floor Blower?
Up to 18 minutes of continuous operation at high speed using 18V LXT 5.0Ah battery BL1850B.
Long nozzle with a curved flat end enables comfortable operation of blower.
Variable 3-speed motor produces a maximum air velocity of 116 MPH and 91 CFM of air volume.
Zero emissions and reduced maintenance no need for gas or oil.
The 18V LXT Cordless Floor Blower DUB183Z, tool only is a go-to clean-up tool for job sites and 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 DUB183Z includes a long, curved flat-end nozzle for leaf blowing and floor cleaning, and is the perfect addition to any tool bag or work shop. The DUB183Z features a Makita-built variable 3-speed motor with a no load speed of 0-18,000 RPM and an air velocity of 116 mph. It is fully compatible with Makita 18V LXT Lithium-Ion batteries. When using an 18V LXT 5.0Ah Lithium-Ion battery sold separately , users will get up to 18 minutes of continuous operation at high speed..Ergonomically designed handle with rubberized soft grip for increased comfort
Customer reviewsA Lightweight at Yard Worksite Duties
This blower is lightweight, well balanced, easy to control, and fairly powerful for such a small unit. However, its light weight is attributed to hollow plastic parts especially weak at the points where the handle attaches, as evidenced after a short drop onto the lawn see photo . It doesn t appear to be a unique incident, as I m not the only reviewer who had the blower fall apart at the same points. If you re looking for something even vaguely rugged, look elsewhere. I m a fan of Makita s 18V lineup, but this tool doesn t make the cut.