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Makita introduces LXT brushless self-propelled mower

August 10, 2020 -  By

Makita U.S.A. has launched the new 18V X2 LXT brushless, cordless 21-inch, self-propelled commercial mower, the XML09.

This commercial mower is powered by two 18-v LXT batteries and a Makita-built brushless motor. Users have the option to insert two additional LXT Batteries for extended run time; when the first two batteries need a charge, users can quickly turn the battery-selector switch to the second pair of batteries and keep working. When using four 18-v LXT 5.0-Ah batteries, the mower will cut nonstop for up to 2 miles, according to the company.

A commercial-grade aluminum deck resists corrosion and is durable for demanding applications, without extra weight. The self-propel function makes mowing effortless with variable speeds from 1.5 to 3 mph. This mower offers mulching, bagging and rear-discharge options for debris.

Other features include IPX4 weather-resistant construction and a single-lever cutting height adjustment of optional cutting heights between 1.25 to 4 inches. The XML09 has durable handles for loading on and off trucks and therefore do not fold. The blade design reduces drag and maintains speed when cutting.

Makita’s Extreme Protection Technology XPT is a series of integrated seals engineered to channel away dust and water for increased durability and longer tool life.

Quiet Mode reduces noise by providing constant speed control. It sets RPMs to a certain speed, so there are no sudden increases in speed. With constant speed, the noise from the mower also remains at a constant level.

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