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Makita DML805 18V LXT Lithium-Ion Cordless/Corded 20 L.E.D. Flood Light, Only

The 18V LXT® Lithium-Ion cordless/corded L.E.D. Floodlight (DML805) offers the convenience of cordless or corded operation, and provides bright and even Lighting for large work spaces without the high heat of halogens. At full brightness It provides 750 lumens of light, and 450 lumens on low mode. The fast-charging 18V LXT Lithium-Ion 4.0Ah battery (sold separately) delivers 10.5 hours of continuous illumination on a single charge. It also features extreme protection technology (XPT™) for improved dust and water resistance. It is fully compatible with Makita 18V Lithium-Ion batteries.

Product Features

  • 2-Mode operation: delivers 750 lumens on high mode or 440 lumens on low mode
  • Up to 8.5 hours of continuous illumination with a 5.0Ah 18V LXT battery on high mode (Battery and charger not included)
  • Up to 17 hours of continuous illumination with a 5.0Ah 18V LXT battery on low mode (Battery and charger not included)
  • Extreme protection technology (XPT) is engineered for improved dust and water resistance for operation in harsh conditions (only with DC power)
  • L.E.D. Lights effectively illuminate work area without the high heat of halogens
  • Adjusting knobs enable the user to direct the Flood light to desired angle
  • Battery or corded operation; compatible with 18V LXT batteries (battery not included)

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Comments

Anonymous says:

All-around awful! UPDATED UPDATE: I’ve since returned this hunk of junk and opted for the ridgid folding LED light (R8694221B) from the big orange store. Those are far superior in every possible way, and put out a blinding 2500 lumens. To solve my battery problem, I modified them to accept Makita LXT batteries (cheap USB battery adapter shoes, a bit of plastic cutting, some soldering, and hot glue did the trick). They work great with the LXT’s, and probably get about an hour on a 5 amp battery at full brightness…

Anonymous says:

Good overall, but with limits Pros: Bright, weather resistant and well made overall. The light pattern is a well dispersed flood. Versatile in that it can used corded or cordless. A bit bulky, but easy to handle and not too heavy. The LEDs run cool – much less hazardous than halogen. The cord is reasonably flexible, unlike some cheap lights. The angle adjustment is solid and easy to use.Cons: Don’t expect the light output of a high wattage halogen. In lumens, this is closer to the output of a good 60w bulb,…

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