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13 Comments on "Makita Backpack Battery Extends Capacity… In Europe"

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Nick Bowers
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Steve Basset

Steve Basset
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It’s only 36v

Steve Basset
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Yeah heaps better

Nick Bowers
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Yeah the dewalt is a better setup

Steve Basset
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Not bad pretty expensive though.

Alex von Reuter
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This is not necessary as I have several Makita X2 Tools and the two five amp batteries give me acceptable run times. If I need additional run time, I’ll just buy more 18v batteries, because that’s what’s so fantastic about Makita’s X2 lineup. I can use the 18v battery in any of my Makita Tools. It makes more sense for Makita to release a portable 18v generator like DeWalt has done. That’s a far more versatile and less costly option.

Mike Terruso
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Tim Johnson I could see you with this and you tool belt with your carhartt and knee pads

Mike Terruso
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More like Ghostbusters

Tim Johnson
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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle

Rob Smiler Rose
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Luke Osguthorpe

T.J. Haas
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Watt?

T.J. Haas
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WATT??? I CAN’T HEAR YOU!!!

Bruce Donegan
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432 of them

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