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    Aati
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  1. aessu

    New Hitachi battery framing Nailers

    So here are the pics. The case is similar in size to makpac 4, slight design differences but the latches are compatible. The insert is really nice soft foam, but atleast I cant figure out if there is supposed to be a dedicated spot for the charger.
  2. Send it in for repairs. Sounds like something is wrong with the mechanism holding the piston in air cylinder
  3. aessu

    New Hitachi battery framing Nailers

    Ill definitely post some photos. I cant find any of the case and the insert. @dwain i think you had one for the review? How was it?
  4. aessu

    New Hitachi battery framing Nailers

    Still havent received mine, its just about 30km away, or so the tracking says... Will be here on Monday, hopefully. I can then tell what size of Makpac like case it is, and what I think about the insert, and if the insert will fit a Makpac, I have 4 sizes so i can compare and test. I dont know how much of a thing Makpac is in the states (I see lot of soft bags in the tool review videos), but if you can get them, you could just order the insert overseas.
  5. aessu

    What will Makita come out with next?

    Seals on hose and other parts are much more important than pure motor power. I've used vacs with 1000W and 2000W of power and similar design, with the 1000W one having much better suction, due to not leaking and losing vacuum at connection points so much.
  6. aessu

    What will Makita come out with next?

    My wife has a Makita DCL500 cordless vac and she loves it. Plenty powerful enough. Motor power is not everything when it comes to vacuums...
  7. aessu

    What will Makita come out with next?

    Well, that wouldnt be a problem for people like me who have ten of 5Ah Makita batteries. Then again, I know im in a very small minority.
  8. aessu

    What will Makita come out with next?

    X3 or X4 could be useful on something like a backpack blower. But not anything handheld, definitely.
  9. aessu

    What will Makita come out with next?

    I dont know in which year you live in or what tools you have been using. Me and plenty of other pros are using as many cordless tools as possible.
  10. aessu

    What will Makita come out with next?

    X3 would be 54V and X4 would be 72V
  11. aessu

    What tools did you buy today?

    Ordered one from sale on Friday night, will probably arrive on Wednesday or Tuesday
  12. aessu

    New Hitachi battery framing Nailers

    In Finland the kit comes in a hard case. Its basically a Makpac in Hitachi green and grey. Just ordered the paper tape one last night from a clearance sale, because of name change to Hikoki
  13. aessu

    Compact circular saw

    Youll be looking at 6 ½ saw if you want a minimum of 2inch depth cut, cant do that with a 5inch. Edit: or a 136mm blade at minimum, whatever that is in inches, over 5inch anyways, closer to like 5½
  14. aessu

    What will Makita come out with next?

    Things im still wanting: A hot glue gun, decent 18g nailer, a framing nailer.
  15. aessu

    Makita Battery cell 20700

    Looks like that thing just has 15 18650cells in it, just looking at the picture and how big it seems to be. Makita could do that any time they wanted to, but theres no point really.
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