Hikoki (Metabo HPT) MultiVolt CD3607DA 36V 185mm (7-1/4”) Metal Cutting Circular Saw Spotted

Every now and then I’ll take a look at the Hikoki Japan website for new tools and I recently spotted the new CD3607DA metal cutting 185mm / 7-1/4” circular saw … Continue Reading →


Metabo HPT / Hikoki CJ36DB & CJ36DA MultiVolt 36v Brushless Jigsaws Spotted

It seems like jigsaws have been a point of focus for many brands over the past couple years, with Ridgid and Ryobi bringing out new brushless top handle jigsaws and … Continue Reading →


Hikoki / Metabo HPT G3623DA MultiVolt 36v Brushless 9” / 230mm Angle Grinder Spotted

With Metabo, Makita, AEG, and Milwaukee all offering full size 9”/230mm cordless grinders, Hikoki / Metabo HPT must have felt left out because they’re introducing a G3623DA MultiVolt 36v Brushless … Continue Reading →


New Hikoki / Metabo HPT C18DBL(H4Z) 125mm Brushless Circular Saw Spotted

Hikoki has introduced a small C18DBL(H4Z) 125mm Brushless Circular Saw as part of their 18v slide pack battery platform. While many of the recent releases from Hikoki/Metabo HPT have been … Continue Reading →


New Hikoki / Metabo HPT 12v Max Tools Spotted

While Hikoki/Metabo HPT has been busy expanding their MultiVolt line of tools, they have also been developing a new line of 10.8v/12v tools and slide pack batteries. Currently in the … Continue Reading →


Hikoki CS3630DA 36v 300mm 12″ MultiVolt Chainsaw Spotted

A new cordless chainsaw from Hikoki (formerly Hitachi) has showed up on the Hikoki New Zealand website as part of the brands new Multivolt line with the Hikoki CS3630DA 36v … Continue Reading →


Hitachi CF18DSAL 18V Cordless Steel Rebar Cutter CF18DSAL(H4)

Hitachi has an 18V cordless rebar cutter named the CF18DSAL. It was spotted in Australia by Cody Robertson with a slightly different model of CF18DSAL(H4) . Cordless rebar cutters are nothing … Continue Reading →


Hitachi Koki combines name to Hikoki

We all know the Hitachi brand as Hitachi but did you know their power tool division is actually called Hitachi Koki? It probably doesn’t matter any more since they are … Continue Reading →