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  1. QuasarCZ

    What will Makita come out with next?

    Exactly. My dream is something like DVC864 in Makpac case. I would buy it immediately. Maybe two of them 😄
  2. QuasarCZ

    What will Makita come out with next?

    New X2 top handle chain saw is coming...
  3. QuasarCZ

    Makita Battery cell 20700

    Finally! My angle grinders and chain saw are looking forward...
  4. QuasarCZ

    Makita Battery cell 20700

    Newer version of grinders? Do you know anything more please? What new features will these grinders have...? AWS maybe?
  5. QuasarCZ

    XPH vs DHP

    The seller was reddingfasteners, but unfortunately this seller hasn't XPH07Z on list already...
  6. QuasarCZ

    XPH vs DHP

    I have bought XPH07Z on Ebay from USA, and it have cost half as DHP481Z here in Czech Republic, even with shipping handles overseas. I think these two types are 100% equivalent.
  7. QuasarCZ

    18v nicad to 18v lithium

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/LIONDAPTER-Makita-Battery-Single-Adapter-18V-Cordless-Tool-Recycle-/111475624873
  8. Yes you are right that 2.5Ah and 3.0Ah compact pack would be limited in power Here are some test of Sony VTCs: VTC6 http://lygte-info.dk/review/batteries2012/Sony US18650VTC6 3000mAh (Green) UK.html VTC5A http://lygte-info.dk/review/batteries2012/Sony US18650VTC5A 2600mAh (Green) UK.html These cells can deliver 20-30 A in burst, min 400W of power with 5 cells in series, it's plenty of power for compact and subcompact drills and impact drivers. Surely they are not rated for sustained high amperage drain because of heat. Using such pack in angle grinder would be nonsense. But for protection there is PCB/electronics.. And i don't see any reason for using compact packs in X2 tools... Big high power tool needs big high power packs :-D
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