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This Summer, Leave the Cords Behind

Count on 18V LXT® batteries to keep your drinks cold, your lunch warm, your tea hot, and more. These portable LXT® Solutions are ideal for the job site as well as camping, beach days, tailgate parties, or wherever the road takes you.

Six Temperature Settings

The new 18V X2 LXT® Cooler/Warmer has 4 cooling modes (15ºF, 30ºF, 40ºF, 50ºF) and 2 warming modes (130ºF, 140ºF). It can also be powered with an AC cord, or in a vehicle with a DC cord (12V & 24V).

Boil Water Quickly

The 36V (18V X2) LXT® Kettle provides hot water at the push of a button for instant coffee, tea and more. The dual-layer construction keeps it hot longer.

Cordless Warmth

When the temperature drops, stay warm with the 18V LXT® Heated Blanket. One LXT® 6.0Ah battery provides up to 35 hours of heat on the low setting.

Portable and Powerful Cooling

The 18V LXT® 13-inch Fan moves more air (up to 740 CFM on high) for portable, powerful cooling. It includes 3 speed settings, oscillating mode, and timer with power-off.

World’s Largest Compatible 18V Battery System

With over 300 solutions, Makita LXT is the world’s largest compatible 18V lithium-ion slide-style battery system. Makita’s purpose-built motors, battery technology, and enhanced communications work together to deliver maximum performance and efficiency.

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