Makita DMR112 Battery Operated Construction Site Radio 7.2 V –

$14,816.00

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Price on: 25/05/2023 11:26:41


TL;DR Summary:
Makita presents a turquoise product with shockproof features and USB connectivity. Its dimensions are 28.2L x 16.3W x 29.4H centimetres and uses a battery-powered source. It supports FM radio and includes a user manual. It is not water resistant, requires one A battery and has a customer rating of 4.8 (out of 5 stars) with 6,588 ratings. It was released on 23 Jan. 2019 and is manufactured by Makita, with item model number DMR112. It originates from China.


With Bluetooth. Suitable for receiving DAB, DAB+ and FM. An auxiliary port for MP3 compatibility and a USB port to charge your mobile device. Can be operated with all Makita lithium-ion 7.2 V-18 V batteries and also with 10.8 V sliding batteries but not with Maktec or G series batteries. A mains adapter is supplied for permanent power supply (does not charge the batteries).

Brand : Makita

Colour: turquoise

Special feature: StoƟfest

Connectivity technology: USB

Product dimensions: 28.2L x 16.3W x 29.4H centimetres

Style: Single

Power source : Battery powered

Radio bands supported: fm

Included components : user manual

Water resistance level: Not Water Resistant

Batteries: 1 A batteries required.

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No

Date First Available: 23 Jan. 2019

Manufacturer : Makita

Item model number: DMR112

Country of origin: China

Customer reviews: 4.8 4.8 out of 5 stars
6,588 ratings

ASIN: B07N2T1CN7

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Brand: Makita


F.A.Q.

Approximately how much time can a Makita radio run on a single battery?

This means you can enjoy long hours of uninterrupted
music on the jobsite.

What distinguishes the Makita DMR115 from the MR007GZ?

The main distinction between the MR007GZ and the DMR115 models is that the former is compatible with the Makita 40V XGT battery series, while the latter is not.

Which type of battery is required for the Makita DMR115?

The DMR115 Job site radio is capable of being powered by either a 14.4V/18V LXT Li-Ion battery or a 12Vmax CXT Li-Ion battery.

Can a Makita radio recharge a battery when plugged in?

Makita has come up with a revolutionary product, the DMR301, which features both Bluetooth and Digital DAB radio as well as the ability to be powered by 12v and 18v batteries. It also has the added bonus of charging any 12v or 18v batteries when plugged in to the mains using the AC adapter provided. This is the first time that a Makita radio has been able to do this.


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