Makita DMR115 Battery-Powered Construction Site Radio (without Battery, without Charger)



Price on: 19/05/2023 09:57:00

TL;DR Summary:
The Makita DMR115 is a robust Bluetooth radio designed for construction sites. It offers a high performance sound with a subwoofer on the bottom of the case and middle and high frequency speakers on the sides. It is compatible with 12V max, 14.4V, and 18V Li-ion sliding batteries and the supplied power supply. With Bluetooth 5.0, DAB, DAB+, FM, AUX port, and USB port for charging, users can listen to music, radio, and charge their smartphones. It also includes pre-defined equaliser settings for 7 music genres and is rated IP65 for protection against dust and water. The product dimensions are 26.8L x 16.4W x 29.5H centimetres and it weighs 12.02 pounds.

Listen to music playback and radio at the construction site or in your free time. Robust high performance Bluetooth radio with IP65 case protection rating. Runs on 12V max, 14.4V, 18V li-ion sliding batteries or the supplied power supply. Simply connect to your smartphone via Bluetooth and play music. DAB+ reception, AUX port and USB port to charge your smartphone. With subwoofer on the bottom of the case and middle and high frequency speakers on the sides for rich and clear sound; Specifications: With subwoofer on the underside of the housing as well as middle and high frequency speakers on the sides for rich and clear sound; best Hi-Fi sound thanks to pre-defined equaliser settings for 7 different music genres; with Bluetooth 5.0; suitable for receiving DAB, DAB+ and FM, an aux port for MP3 compatibility and a USB port to charge your mobile device. Can be operated with all the Makita -Li-ion sliding batteries 10.8 – 18V, but not with Makita G-series batteries. A power supply is included for permanent power supply (not for use to charge the batteries). The transmitter can be adjusted precisely via digital, large display. The housing in robust construction site design; with splash guard up to protection class IP65 is the ideal companion on construction site. Technical details: Battery voltage 12V, max: 18V; battery system CXT; battery system LXT; battery protection system; battery type Li-ion; battery type 2 x 1.5 (AA); FM band 87.5 – 108MHz; frequency band DAB 174.9 – 239.2MHz; frequency band DAB+ 174.9 – 239.2MHz; operating time 18V / 4.0Ah 13 hours; running time 18V / 5.0Ah 16 hours; power supply DC12V 1,200mA (SE00000101). Protection class 65. Weight incl. battery (EPTA) 4.8-5.5 kg. Product dimensions (L x W x H): 268 x 164 x 295 mm.

Bluetooth 5.0 Housing in robust construction site design. With splash guard up to IP65 protection class. A mains adapter is supplied for permanent power supply (does not charge the batteries). The ideal companion on the construction site

Brand: Makita

Connectivity technology: Bluetooth, USB

Product dimensions: 26.8L x 16.4W x 29.5H centimetres

Style: Single

Power source: Battery Powered

Radio bands supported: AM/FM/DAB+

Included components: Bedienungsanleitung

Item weight: 12.02 Pounds

Material: Acryl

Hardware interface: USB

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No

Language: English

Product Dimensions: 10.55 x 6.46 x 11.61 cm; 5.45 Kilograms

Date First Available: 24 Oct. 2019

Manufacturer: Makita

Item model number: DMR115

Country of origin: China

Best Sellers Rank: 957 in DIY & Tools ( See Top 100 in DIY & Tools ) 1 in Jobside Radios

Customer reviews: 4.8 4.8 out of 5 stars
4,580 ratings




Brand: Makita


Does a Makita radio require a battery to operate?

You can use the Makita radio to listen to digital radio, FM analog radio, a smartphone or other device connected via Bluetooth, or an MP3 player connected through the auxiliary port. Plus, the radio is the first of its kind to charge 18V LXT and 12V max CXT batteries; an 18V LXT Lithium-Ion 5.0Ah battery will charge in only 80 minutes.

Which battery is compatible with the Makita DMR115?

Makita created the DMR115, which is equipped with both Bluetooth and a Digital DAB radio, and it is powered by both 12v and 18v batteries.

Can the Makita DMR115 power up a battery?

This device has a USB port that enables it to charge mobile devices.

What are the contrasts between the Makita MR007GZ and the DMR115?

The major distinction between the MR007GZ model and the DMR115 model is that the former is capable of working with Makita’s 40V XGT battery range, while the latter is not.

Related Product Video’s:


There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Makita DMR115 Battery-Powered Construction Site Radio (without Battery, without Charger)”