Buy two Makita cordless bare tools get one 18V battery free (Model BL1830). Buy three Makita cordless bare tools get two 18V batteries free (Model BL1830).
Batteries will ship with order, however it will not appear on your on-line receipt.
*All Makita "Z-Model" Bare Tools and the LXRM03B Jobsite Radio qualify.
Free battery offer valid through December 31, 2014.
Makita LXPH03 18V Hammer Drill Kit
Lithium-Ion Cordless 1/2" Hammer Drill
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- LXPH03 Hammer Drill
- Two 18V LXT Lithium-Ion Battery
- 30-Minute Rapid Optimum Charger
- Side Handle
- Depth Gauge
- Bit Holder
- Belt Clip
- Tool Case
- Rating: 18.0 Volt
- No-load RPM: 0-400/0-2,000
- No-load BPM: 0-6,000/0-30,000
- Maximum Torque: 750 in-lbs
- Chuck: 1/2" Keyless
- Length: 8-7/8"
- Weight: 5.1 lbs w/Battery
- Makita-built 4-pole motor delivers an industry-leading 750 in.lbs. of Max Torque, 33% more than the previous model.
- Mechanical 2-speed transmission (0-400 & 0-2,000 RPM) covers a wide range of drilling, fastening and hammer applications.
- Compact design at only 8-7/8" long and weighs only 5.1 lbs. for reduced operator fatigue.
- Extreme Protection Technology (XPT) engineered for increased dust and water resistance for operations in harsh jobsite conditions.
- All metal gears and aluminum gear housing for maximum jobsite durability.
- Shift-Lock Drive System quickly shifts between modes.
- Dual L.E.D. lights with afterglow enhanced illumination of work area.
- Ergonomic shape fits like a glove with even pressure and easy control.
- Soft grip handle provides increased comfort on the job.
- 21 clutch setting for optimal fastening torque control.
- 30-Minute Rapid Optimum Charger communicates with the battery's built-in chip throughout the charging process to optimize battery life by actively controlling current, voltage and temperature.
- 30-Minute Rapid Optimum Charger has a built-in fan to cool the battery to produce more lifetime work.
- The charger earned the ENERGY STAR label for meeting the strict energy-efficient guidelines set by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and US Department of Energy (DOE).