Makita DUR181Z 18v Cordless LXT Grass Trimmer 260mm Cut without Battery or Charger

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£195.60 inc VAT


  • Our Part Number MAKDUR181Z
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Makita DUR181Z 18v Cordless LXT Grass Trimmer 260mm Cut without Battery or Charger

Makita DUR181Z have been developed as lightweight 260mm (10-1/4") Cordless grass trimmers, powered by Li-ion batteries. Featuring well balanced tool design with angle adjustable cutting head for home gardening.

Features & Benefits:
• Adjustable loop-handle
• Adjustable cutting head
• Total freedom of movement thanks to cordless operation.
• Lightweight yet durable design

• Voltage: 18 v
• Cutting diameter: 260 mm
• Cutting mecahnism: Bump and feed single-line head
• Shaft Adjustment Range: 180 mm
• Edger Function: 1
• No Load Speed: 7,800 rpm
• No battery
• No charger
• No case

Naked / Without Battery Products
This product DOES NOT come with a battery or charger. If you do not already own a battery & charger that would be compatible with this product, please purchase a version with which they are included. In some instances products are only available supplied naked, but are battery compatible across the range. In this case battery & charger can be purchased separately & used to power more than one tool.


Our Part NumberMAKDUR181Z
PowerCordless Rechargeable
Cutting Width (cm)26cm
Battery TypeLithium Ion (Li-on)
No of Batteries Included0
Battery Voltage18v
Shoulder HarnessNo


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