We are actively taking directions from health, local and other government authorities regarding COVID 19 as safety is our highest priority at Toolmarts.
Because of the lock down caused by the pandemic, many tool manufacturers supply chain deliveries especially (DeWalt) are taking a lot longer to process orders at this time,
which is resulting in longer than normal delivery times to our warehouse. .
In regards to the valued business of our customers,
we are trying our best to manage these deliveries and shipping out orders for in-stock items daily, but please note that delays
are possible due to current and changing conditions.
We hope for everyone’s safety, health and a quick return towards normalcy.
The Makita XRF02 18V LXT? Lithium-Ion Cordless Autofeed Screwdriver (model XRF02) delivers power and a high capacity range in a more compact size. The XRF02 has an integrated autofeed design for less weight and more power, and the extension handle makes it ideal for decking and sub-floor applications.
It's part of Makita's expanding 18V Lithium-Ion series, the world's largest cordless tool line-up powered by an 18V Lithium-Ion slide-style battery. Makita 18V Lithium-Ion batteries have the fastest charge times in their categories, so they spend more time working and less time sitting on the charger.
The XRF02 has a powerful Makita-built 4-pole motor that delivers 4,000 RPM, with a high capacity range of 1 to 2-1/8 inch for collated screws. The silent clutch design uses higher durability materials, increasing operation efficiency and decreasing driver noise. The rugged aluminum dust-proof autofeed housing ensures smooth sliding action, while the screw guide prevents the screw strip from tangling and can fold against the autofeed housing for storing and carrying.
Makita XRF02 Autofeed Screwdriver Kit Features:
Makita-built 4-pole motor delivers superior fastening speed with 4,000 RPM
High collated screw capacity range of 1" to 2-1/8"
Screw guide prevents screw strip tangling and folds against the autofeed housing for easy storing