MAKITA Rechargeable Coffee Maker CM501DZAR (Authentic Red)【Japan Domestic genuine products】 【Ships from JAPAN】

January 27, 2020 - Comment

Product features ★ Authentic coffee to enjoy with batteries ● Drip with MAKITA lithium ion battery ◆ Water supply is very easy ● Water supply can be done without wetting the coffee maker with a removable water supply tank. ● Feed water tank (with scale): (240 / 200 / 160 / 120 mL) ◆ Recommended

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Product features ★ Authentic coffee to enjoy with batteries ● Drip with MAKITA lithium ion battery ◆ Water supply is very easy ● Water supply can be done without wetting the coffee maker with a removable water supply tank. ● Feed water tank (with scale): (240 / 200 / 160 / 120 mL) ◆ Recommended amount of water: ● MAKITA genuine Cafe POD: 120 mL ● Regular coffee: 160 mL (6.5 g / one metered spoon) ◆ Carry it to your favorite place ● Handy large handle, ● When using, fold and smart. ◆ Weight 1.5 kg (excluding batteries / stainless steel mugs) ◆ One hard-to-cool hollow stainless steel mug 1 standard included ※ ★ ★ Detailed description By “Newsbridge” ★ ★ ※

Product Features

  • ◆ Body size: (L) 243 × (W) 145 × (H) 218 mm / ◆ Body weight: about 1.5 kg (excluding battery)
  • ※ ◆ Power supply: ● Battery: Slide type Li-ion 10.8 V / Li-ion 14.4 V / Li-ion 18 V / ※ ● Light battery / power light battery excluded.
  • ◆ Water tank capacity: 240 mL / ◆ Work volume per charge: (1 drip drop: about 120 mL) / ● BL 1040 B (4.0 Ah): about 260 mL / about 2. 1 cup / ● BL 1460 B (6.0 A): about 520 mL / about 4.3 cups / ● BL 1860 B (6.0 Ah): about 640 mL / about 5.3 cups
  • ◆ accessories: ● Mug (with cover) / ● Cafe pod holder / ● Filter holder / ● filter/ ● Measuring spoon / ● Japanese Instruction Manual
  • ● Japanese Instruction Manual URL (PDF): https://www.makita.co.jp/product/files/CM501D-MJ-1801.pdf

Comments

Anonymous says:

$160 Cup of Coffee I run a busy remodeling business and all my cordless tools are Makita. This looked like a much nicer job site coffeemaker than the DCM500Z, so I bought it. It brewed one cup of coffee and promptly quit working entirely. Save your money and just get the US-market one i named above if you want a coffeemaker for the field.

Anonymous says:

great buy and its nice to have coffee on the job-site only 1 issue I have is that the amount it can make per charge is assuming you use brand new batteries the 5hour do great but the typical 3 hour only give me 1.5 cups as I have had them for years

Anonymous says:

My husbands new favorite tool My husband love this. He works outside and this is awesome especially for cold days for coffee and or hot chocolate.

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