Bunch of New Makita 12V CXT Tools Spotted

A bunch of New Makita 12V CXT tools have been spotted over in the Makita Australia website. Most of these tools are tools Makita has already made before in either 12V or 18V flavors but offer a different motor tech. Such as they already have a brushless 12V rotary hammer but the new one that has been spotted is a 12V brushed motor model.

Full list of new tools include a new brushed 12V hammer drill model HP331DZ (PH04Z USA model), the new brushed 12V rotary hammer model HR140DZ mentioned at the outset, 2 new 12V brushless Jigsaws (barrel handle JV102DZ and D-handle JV103DZ models), a 12V brushed multi cutter CP100DZX, 12V brushed T50 Style stapler ST113DZ, and last but not least brushed 12V caulking guns CG100DZA 300ml model and CG100DZB 600ml model.

Also want to mention that they also have a newish 12V brushed 23ga pin nailer which is also available in the USA as well model TP03Z (Australian model PT354DZ). The 12V brushed motor hammer drill is also available in the USA (PH04Z USA model) and has been out for a short time. I’m not sure of how long but it already has a few reviews on Amazon. All other models are not available as USA model tools, at least not yet but I have a 99% feeling we might see them here in North America at some point although with new USA only model numbers.

A big thanks to Glenn for sharing this news with us!

Quick Specs Rundown for each tool below:

Makita CXT brushed 12V hammer drill PH04Z (USA model)

  • Variable 2-speed design (0-450 & 0-1,700 RPM) covers a wide range of drilling and driving applications
  • New Makita-built motor delivers 250 in.lbs. of Max Torque
  • Compact and ergonomic design at only 7-7/8″ long
  • Weighs only 2.5 lbs. with battery for reduced operator fatigue

Makita CXT brushed 12V rotary hammer model HR140DZ

  • 14mm (1/2″) concrete drilling capacity
  • 2 mode operation; rotation only and rotation with hammer
  • Vibration absorbing housing
  • 1.0j* of impact energy
  • 0-4,900ipm
  • 0-850rpm
  • weight with battery 2.6kg

Makita 12V CXT brushless barrel handle Jigsaw JV102DZ

  • 23mm stroke length with a cutting capacity of 90mm in wood
  • Soft No-Load improves control and battery life
  • 800-3,000spm no load speed
  • Variable speed control via dial
  • Tool-less blade change for quick and convenient blade change
  • bevel capacity 45 degrees left and right
  • weight with battery 1.8kg

Makita 12V CXT brushless D-Handle Jigsaw JV103DZ

  • 23mm stroke length with a cutting capacity of 90mm in wood
  • Soft No-Load improves control and battery life
  • 800-3,000spm no load speed
  • Variable speed control via dial
  • Tool-less blade change for quick and convenient blade change
  • bevel capacity 45 degrees left and right
  • weight with battery 1.9kg

Makita CXT 12V brushed multi cutter CP100DZX

  • 6mm cutting capacity
  • Automatic self sharpening blade system
  • 300rpm no load speed motor  delivering smooth cutting performance
  • weight with battery 0.9kg

Makita CXT 12V brushed T50 Style stapler ST113DZ

  • Accepts 7 and 10mm length staples
  • Bump fire for firing multiple staples in a short time
  • Powerful spring drive mechanism
  • Plastic magazine provides lighter weight and better control
  • High volume work capacity
  • magazine capacity 150pcs
  • weight with battery 1.5kg

Makita CXT 12V 300ml caulking gun CG100DZA

  • Variable speed control by trigger and dial
  • Anti-drip feature stops excess sealant from oozing out
  • 0-28mm per second no load speed
  • 360° rotating sealant holder
  • Compact and lightweight design
  • max pushing force 5,000N
  • weight with battery 2.1kg

Makita CXT 12V 600ml culking gun CG100DZB

  • Variable speed control by trigger and dial
  • Anti-drip feature stops excess sealant from oozing out
  • 0-28mm per second no load speed
  • 360° rotating sealant holder
  • Compact and lightweight design
  • max pushing force 5,000N
  • weight with battery 2.6kg

Makita CXT 12V brushed 23ga pin nailer TP03Z (USA model)

  • Refined firing mechanism reduces recoil; reduces force required on the work surface when driving pins
  • Drives 6 different lengths of 23 gauge pins (5/8″, 11/16″, 3/4″, 1″, 1-3/16″ and 1-3/8″); magazine capacity up to 120 pins
  • Anti-dry fire mechanism engineered to prevent driving blanks and damage to work surface
  • “Tool-less” depth adjustment for precise flush and countersink finish
  • Cordless for increased convenience; eliminates the need for a compressor and air hose
  • Contact trigger for improved accuracy and precision
  • Built-in L.E.D. light illuminates the work area
  • Ergonomically designed handle with rubberized soft grip provides increased comfort
  • Rubber bumpers protect the tool and surface from damage
  • Reversible tool hook allows the tool to remain close
  • Narrow nose design allows easy nailing access in confined areas
  • Compact and ergonomic design at only 9-1/8″ long with a 2.0Ah battery (battery not included)
  • Weighs only 4.0 lbs. with a 2.0Ah battery (battery not included) for reduced operator fatigue
  • Part of the expanding 12V max CXT™ series, combining performance with superior ergonomics in a compact size
  • Not compatible with 12V max pod-style tools, batteries and chargers
  • Battery and charger sold separately
  • 3-year limited warranty

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glenn

I mostly have Milwaukee tools but recently bought into the Makita 12v system and I just recently purchased the new M18 jigsaw M18BJS-0 and while it excellent part of me wants one of these new Makita jigsaws!

glenn

Haha, yes I suppose both would be nice but I really cant justify having two tools to do the same job. Javier, that’s pretty much the reason I bought it. I just didn’t like the M12 so I sold it. The one above that I bought really is light years better. More power, better balanced, way less vibration and hopping around, a very effective dust blower as well as having the dust extraction port. I have used it a few times now and I would say that it is one of the nicest jigsaws I have ever used, even better… Read more »

glenn

Forgot to mention I have seen some local pricing on the new Makita tools above so it may give you an indication on what you may pay over there. Both jigsaws listed at $179AUD, the multi cutter is $95AUD, caulking guns are $219 and $279 respectively, brushed rotary hammer is $149AUD and the pin nailer is an eye watering $429! Guess I will be waiting for the Ryobi pin nailer after all. lol.

glenn

I used to use my blower locked on and weighted down to point at the M12 jigsaw when I used it. Alternatively If the was a breeze blowing I would cut into the wind. Other than that, yes had to do the same as you, lol.

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