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Makita adds two new models to cordless mower line

February 25, 2022 -  By
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The Makita XML10 cordless mower (Photo: Makita)

Makita has expanded its cordless outdoor power equipment (OPE) lineup with two new lawnmowers. Both models are powered by two 18V LXT 5.0Ah batteries, giving users more battery-powered options. The new models include:

  • XML10CT1 – 36V (18V X2) LXT 21-inch Lawn Mower Kit (also available as a tool only)
  • XML11CT1 – 36V (18V X2) LXT 21-inch Self-Propelled Lawn Mower Kit (also available as a tool only)

“Demand continues to grow for battery-powered alternatives to gas equipment,” said Mario Lopez, director of product, Makita U.S.A. “The Makita OPE System includes more battery-powered lawn mowers that give users lower noise, less maintenance, zero emissions, and no fuel expenses. These two new mowers combine cutting performance with convenience features like less weight and folding handles.”

Extended run time, convenient storage

Utilizing four 18V LXT 5.0Ah batteries (included as part of the XML10CTI and XML11CTI kit versions), the mowers can cut up to one half-acre, with up to 0.55 acres in push mode and up to 0.44 acres in self-propelled mode (XML11 only). For added convenience, both mowers include folding handles to allow for upright storage in either a garage or shed.

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The Makita XML11 cordless mower. (Photo: Makita)

Variable cutting height, lower weight and more

A lightweight plastic deck allows both mowers to be operated with less strain, while the self-propel feature of the XML11 offers a variable speed of 1.5- to 3 MPH. Other features include variable cutting height, soft start for smooth start-ups and longer gear life, ball bearings in the wheels for a smoother drive and a rubberized soft-grip handle for comfort.

Efficient cutting and durability

The powerful 36V motor delivers 3,000 RPM for efficient cutting. The mowers are equipped with Extreme Protection Technology (XPT), a series of integrated seals engineered to channel away dust and water for increased durability and longer tool life.

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