Makita DML812 14.4V/18V Li-ion LXT Flashlight – Batteries and Charger Not Included
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The Makita® 18V LXT® L.E.D. Flashlight/Spotlight (DML812) delivers bright illumination, versatility, and convenience. The flashlight has 4 modes of operation: Spotlight, delivering 600 lumens, Floodlight, delivering 1000 lumens, Spot/Flood delivering 1250 lumens, and Strobe. mode operation: delivering 600 lumens on Spot, 1,000 lumens on Flood, 1,250 lumens on Spot/Flood, and Strobe mode
Part of Makita's expanding 18V LXT system - the world's largest cordless tool system powered by 18v Lithium-Ion slide-style batteries - this DML812 Cordless Flashlight is a must-have in anyone's tool kit. Delivering bright illumination, versatility and convenience, this super powerful cordless flashlight had 4 modes of operation - Spotlight (600 lumens), Floodlight (1,000 lumens), Spot/Flood (1,250 lumens), and Strobe.The DML812 is designed to provide powerful illumination across large distances, capable of lighting up objects 640 metres away. It is powered by 18V batteries with high brightness neutral white LED’s providing a maximum 1,250lm. The DML812 features 4 output modes, allowing selection between spot light, flood light, spot/flood and strobe, providing varied lighting for varying purposes.
Spot gets you 600 lumens in a nice, tight beam that stretches its throw to 700 yards from its single 9-watt LED chip. There’s still a reasonable amount of side spill, though. It gives you the ability to really light up a specific area and still see some of the peripherals around it. Among other things, it’s a good bet when you need to diagnose or inspect from ground level before calling in a lift for a closer look. The Makita DML812 is a powerful LED flashlight compatible with 14.4v and 18v LXT batteries with a long-distance beam of up to 640m and a maximum brightness of 1,250 lumens.Buy it if you’re on Makita’s 18V LXT battery platform – you’ll be surprised how often it comes in handy. Pass if you never, ever need additional light. The light color is pretty close to neutral, perhaps turning just a touch to the blue side of the spectrum. Makita doesn’t specifically list a color temperature, though. Spot ON/OFF button switch is equipped with a memory function that allows to start in the same lighting mode as last time you turned off