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Makita LXT Cordless Autofeed Screwdriver

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Nov 23, 2015

Category: Gear

Equipped with the right tool for the job, you can tackle nearly any home improvement job yourself. If you’re looking to put up some drywall or build yourself a deck this weekend, don’t start without getting yourself one of these Makita BFR750 LXT Cordless Autofeed Screwdrivers. You’ll thank us later.

Rather than having to drill in each of those screws one by one (who has time for that these days), Makita’s power tool lets you save precious time by automatically drilling a handful of screws with the pull of a trigger. Simply preload the tool with screws, and let the autofeed screwdriver go to work. Powered by a rechargeable 18V lithium ion-battery, the BFR750 has been outfitted with a 4,000 RPM four pole motor that features a screw capacity range of 1-3/4 to 2-15/16 inches. There’s an even an extension handle, which makes getting to those high ceilings a breeze. Now you can get back to doing more important things with your weekends, like watching football. See this thing in action below. [Purchase]

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