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Makita DHS710ZJ Twin 18v 36v 185mm Cordless Circular Saw + Guide Rail Adaptor

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  • Attributes
    Guide rail, With blade, With charger

Makita DHS710Z Twin 18v 185mm Cordless Circular Saw LXT - Bare Unit

The Makita DHS710 Z is powered by two 18v Li-ion batteries (not included) in series to supply energy to the powerful 36V DC motor drive system. Comes with a battery capacity warning lamp.

Compact and lightweight design.
Rear dust exhaust port
Same depth of cut as HS7100.
Durable but lightweight magnesium die-cast blade case and safety cover.
Blower function to clear wood dust from cutting line.

Includes Makpac case with InlayNo Batteries or charger includedIncludes Guide Rail AdaptorThis adaptor can be attached to Makita circular saws and jigsaws, which allows you to use the circular saws with the Makita SP6000 guide rail system for precise, straight routing cuts.The adaptor is compatible with models DHS630, DHS710, HS7101, HS610, 4350, 4351, DJV180, DJV181, DJV182.
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Makita, the foremost manufacturer of power tools in the world. With 100 years experience, our products are lauded the world over for both their performance and quality. Makita has always had the vision that society and global communities should be able to develop for themselves, and future generations. By providing the tools, Makita is ensuring that anything is possible. Key to Makita's vision is the constant strive for innovation in our technology and our products. From our safety solutions like AVT and dust extraction, through to our Lithium-Ion battery and chargers technology, Makita is at the forefront for new ideas. Makita manufactures its tools in plants across the globe, from its headquarters in Japan to here, in the UK. Our Telford manufacturing plant is the only full-production facility for power tools in the UK and has been successfully running construction on many of our top line cordless power tools since 1991.