POWER tool and machinery manufacturer Makita is offering customers the chance to redeem free 5.0 Ah 18V LXT batteries with the purchase of selected RT, RTE and PG2 cordless garden machinery models.

Makita UK is offering end users the chance to redeem one of its LXT lithium-ion batteries when they purchase selected LXT 18V RT and RTE garden machines from 1st October until 31st December 2020.

Customers that purchase selected Twin 18V PG2 garden machines between these dates can receive two LXT batteries. Included in the offer is a selection of LXT blowers, hedge trimmers, chainsaws and a brushless split-shaft power unit.

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If a qualifying item is purchased, customers will have 28 days to register a redemption claim for their free 5.0 Ah LXT battery via a dedicated microsite by providing proof of purchase. Once the application is confirmed, their free gift will arrive within 30 days.

Mark Earles, business development manager OPE at Makita, said: “Makita is an expert in cordless technology, with over 40 years of experience delivering cordless solutions for both professional and consumer needs. With our LXT products, users can experience the high power, long run times and industry-leading charge times needed to complete jobs to the highest standard quickly and effortlessly. For example, the 5.0 Ah LXT batteries we are giving away as part of our latest promotion will be charged in just 45 minutes, minimising downtime and maximising user productivity.”

Makita’s 18V batteries fit all 18V LXT and Twin 18V LXT cordless products, meaning they can be used interchangeably across over 250 products.

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