makita dfr750z review

Makita DFR750Z Review – Cordless Auto-Feed Screwdriver

makita dfr750z review

Makita DFR750Z  – 18V Auto Feed Screwdriver (BARE UNIT)

The auto feed screwdriver from Makita offers high efficiency from its high speed motor and screw strip management which has been improved.

Makita keeps their head high when it comes to tool production, and the DFR750Z cordless auto-feed screwdriver is no exception.  This is a must-have tool that features a 4000rpm speed with no load, giving you the very fast pace at which you always want to deliver.  It is compact and weighs only 2.1kgs which means you can comfortably carry it around. It uses battery power, distancing you from the corded inconvenience of dangling extension cords. The screwdriver’s ergonomic shape and rubber grip gives you comfort and control, reducing fatigue. Finally, the tool comes with carbon brushes easily accessible from the exterior, making maintenance a walk in the park.

A feature you will not fail to notice is the dust proof aluminium casing which helps smooth sliding while in action. The tool is compatible with Lithium-ion batteries, so you never have to worry about the availability of power. Its batteries feature longer run-times and smart fast charge technology and are as well lighter than most in the market. Its silent clutch, in addition to offering you noiseless operation, reduces wear and tear making the tool much durable. It comes with a screw guide and an anti-tilt device that keeps screws from tangling by keeping the screw strips in place and keeping them from swaying, respectively. A lock-on button allows you to continuously use the tool without having to engage the trigger now and then. Switching from forward to reverse modes and vice versa is offered at the convenience of a button.  We couldn’t help but mention the adjustable stopper base that helps you choose between the 7 settings depending on screw length, from 25 to 55mm.

One con is that you have to buy a battery and a charger separately, as they are not included in the pack. Additionally, it is only compatible with BL1830, BL1840 and BL1850 batteries.

 

Makita DFR750Z - Pros & Cons

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Pros

  • Forward & reverse rotation
  • This features a silent clutch
  • Anti tilt device prevents the screw from swaying

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Cons

  • Batteries or charger not included.
  • Only compatible with Makita BL1830 and BL1840 and BL1850 batteries

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