Makita LCT209W 12V max Lithium-Ion Cordless 2-Piece Combo Kit

12V max Lithium Ion Combo kit contains; 1/4″ hex shank impact driver with 800 in lbs of torque, 3/8″ driver drill with keyless chuck produces 200 in-lbs of torque, BL1014 12V max lithium ion batteries, fast charger and case. Tools have 3 year warranty.

Product Features

  • Variable speed impact driver with 800 in lbs of torque
  • Variable speed drill with keyless chuck with 200 in lbs of torque
  • Contains 2 – 12V max Lithium Ion batteries
  • Rapid charger charges batteries in 30 minutes
  • 2-speed 3/8? Driver-Drill (0-350 & 0-1,300 RPM) delivers 200 in.lbs. of Max Torque in an ultra compact size of only 2.2 lbs.
  • 1 Battery Charger (DC10WB)
  • 2 ea. 12V max Lithium-Ion Battery (BL1014)
  • 3-year warranty on tools and 1-year warranty on flashlight, batteries and charger
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  • Makita 12V max Lithium-Ion batteries provide longer run time and lower self-discharge 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)
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  • Tool Case (823304-1)
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  • Variable speed Impact Driver (0-2,400 RPM & 0-3,000 IPM) provides 800 in.lbs. of Max Torque in an ultra compact design of only 2.0 lbs.
  • WT01W

2 thoughts on “Makita LCT209W 12V max Lithium-Ion Cordless 2-Piece Combo Kit

  1. Excellent small tools comparable to Milwaukee and Bosch This kit is a real bargain at the currently advertised price (as of this writing).I buy many tools on Amazon, but I didn’t buy these on Amazon – I was in one of the big box stores looking for replacement batteries for my milwaukee M12 drill/driver and impact – Then I determined I could get this Makita kit with two batteries and the cool aluminum case for just a few dollars more than two new M12 batteries – so I brought them home. I’ve now been using them around the house for a…

  2. Great compromise between utility and usability… and cost being a major bonus I do division 10, 11, and 12, which involves a lot of drilling through tile, structural steel, wood, gypsum wall board, HDPE, phenolic resin, stone, and concrete in order to install grab bars, accessories, bathroom partitions, whiteboards, handrails, blinds, signs, and the like.Working with phenolic resin in particular lately, I’ve been breaking a lot of torx bits- the stuff has no give whatsoever- and my co-worker managed to break off the head of a bolt today with his 1200 in/lb…

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