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Posted 6 January 2023

MAKITA DMR110NW 18V LXT / 12V MAX CXT DAB+ Digital Job site radio White - £59.85 delivered with code @ Power Tool World

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Based on the DMR110, the DMR110NW has DAB+ radio as well as DAB. This updated version in white is compatible with the Makita 10.8v 'Cluster' style batteries, and the 10.8v/12v Max CXT and 14.4v/18v LXT 'Slide' style Li-Ion batteries. The DMR110N is not compatible with 7.2v, NiCD, NiMH or G-Series batteries. It can be powered by AC mains (cable included) and has an AUX in socket for connecting portable devices.

Sold without batteries.


  • DAB/DAB+ digital radio: interference-free, better sound quality and access to more radio stations
  • Works on Makita CXT and LXT Li-ion batteries, on the BL1013 stick battery and on 230 V with the supplied adapter
  • Excellent sound quality thanks to the powerful stereo speakers (max. 2 x 3.5W)
  • Large digital LCD display with backlight and clear numbers
  • Includes range on the FM band
  • Digital tuner with 5 presets and automatic station search
  • DAB display: station name, program type, multiplex name, time/date, frequency, bit rate/audio type and signal strength
  • RDS display (FM): station name, program type, radio text, year/day, date/day and frequency
  • Equipped with an Aux connection (connection cable not included)
  • Equipped with alarm and timer function
  • Up to 26 hours of listening pleasure on one full battery charge (5.0 Ah) in radio mode
  • The flexible FM antenna can be easily detached and stored in the battery compartment cover
  • Better protected against the ingress of dust and moisture

  • Power Supply: AC Power Adaptor
  • Colour: White
  • Batteries: 10.8v Cluster / 10.8v/12v Max CXT / 14.4v/18v LXT Li-Ion Batteries (Excluding Makita 'G' Batteries)
  • Frequency: FM 87.5 - 108 Mhz
  • Frequency Range DAB: 174.928 - 239.200MHz / Band III 5A – 13F
  • Speakers: 2 x 76mmØ (8Ω)
  • Net Weight: 3.9kg (Without Battery)

Approx. Runtime At Speaker Output (In Radio or AUX) = 100mW:
  • - 1.3Ah (10.8v Cluster): 7 Hours
  • - 1.5Ah (10.8-12v CXT): 8.5 Hours
  • - 1.5Ah (14.4v LXT): 7 Hours
  • - 1.5Ah (18v LXT): 8 Hours
  • - 2.0Ah (10.8-12v CXT): 10 Hours
  • - 2.0Ah (18v LXT): 10 Hours
  • - 3.0Ah (14.4v LXT): 12 Hours
  • - 3.0Ah (18v LXT): 14 Hours
  • - 4.0Ah (10.8-12v CXT): 21 Hours
  • - 4.0Ah (14.4v LXT): 19 Hours
  • - 4.0Ah (18v LXT): 20 Hours
  • - 5.0Ah (18v LXT): 26 Hours
  • - 6.0Ah (14.4v LXT): 25 Hours
  • - 6.0Ah (18v LXT): 32 Hours

Practical Output:

  • - 10.8v Battery: 1.2w x 2
  • - 14.4v Battery: 2.2w x 2
  • - 18v Battery: 3.5w x 2
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    These are awful on the job, the bass is overpowering it just thumps through the building and only the guy next to it can hear the tune. 

    I still own one, but I keep it super low when I’m in the garage. if I can hear a vocal on the driveway, someone 2 streets away can hear the baseline. 

    took it to Santa pod camping once and it kept the party going all evening. 

    Easily the most hated site radio, it’s obnoxious. 
    Ain’t that bad. 
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    I have been driven mad with these things over the summer when my neighbors had their front and back gardens revamped. 3-4 weeks of absolute hell listening to music blast out all summer. Sorry but in my opinion it is rude and thoughtless and these things should be outlawed.
    I tell anyone doing work at my house to turn them down. (edited)
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    Ordered thanks ‘ got a garden revamp ( front and rear ) so this will be blasting out 8 hours a day .
    @Chrissy63's other neighbour?
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    Bought one for each room of my new unfinished house to impress the builders.
    2 each room more adequate...
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    bass reduction

    'Simple easy fix to lower the bass on the makita radio. Do both speakers with a small section of cloth folded over several times.Instant reduction, do both speakers for better sound'. (edited)
    lol.. the fact this video exists says it all…

    the makita is THE BEST sounding radio for outside though..
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    I've been holding out for the makita Bluetooth version on the cheap
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    Thought these where always Black & covered in Plaster
    Or being offered for sale in pubs...😃
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    Good for site, works well with the batteries. Sound quality is ok but bass is terrible, means you need to keep the volume a tiny bit lower.

    Early version I have has a software fault meaning you have 20 seconds to user the menus before it cancels itself and goes back to the main screen.
    Anyone know if this has been fixed now ??
    Mine does that…

    no idea how to stop it so just leave it on GoldFM…