Makita Vacuum Cleaners
Makita is one of the most renown manufacturers of professional tools and accessories, including cordless drills, saws, dust extractors, vacuums etc.
Their vacuums are designed to be tough and durable and to withstand the use and even abuse (just in case, avoid 'abuse' if possible).
Makita cordless vacuums are powered with their standardized batteries which are able to power whole range of Makita's cordless tools. People already having Makita batteries can purchase Makita vacuums as 'bare tools' at very affordable prices.
For full range of their products, check Makita Official Website (link opens in the new window).
Here is the list of our Makita vacuum cleaner reviews and recommendations, ordered according to the date added or updated:
Makita XCV11T is a cordless, bagless, portable, wet/dry vacuum cleaner/dust extractor kit, intended for thorough cleaning of construction sites, workshops, garages, and similar.
Makita XCV11T can be used as both a vacuum cleaner and as a blower and thanks to Makita LXT 18V lithium batteries it offers excellent suction and runtime, with no power cord to pull behind.
Published: July 20, 2021.
Makita XLC02 is 2-in-1 convertible, cordless, bagless vacuum cleaner, powered by strong and lightweight Makita 18V LXT lithium ion battery, which can be used for powering other Makita's cordless tools as well.
Makita XLC02 may be used as ultra-light stick vacuum cleaner or as strong handheld vacuum for cleaning both floors and elevated surfaces using set of rather versatile cleaning tools and attachments.
Published: February 18, 2020.
Makita XCV05Z is backpack, bagged, cordless vacuum cleaner and dust extractor. It is 36 volts unit, powered with two 18V LXT lithium ion batteries and offered as tool only, or it can be purchased with batteries, with charger, additional tools etc.
Being cordless backpack vacuum, Makita XCV05Z offers great flexibility during vacuuming/dust extracting and is useful at construction sites, in large office buildings, hotels, as workshop vacuum etc.
Published: March 1, 2019.