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Number of Batteries
Lithium ion batteries required.
Brand
Makita
Battery Cell Composition
Lithium Ion
Unit Count
1 Piece
Voltage
18 Volts

  • Power source only (battery and charger not included)

  • Makita ADP05 18V LXT Lithium-Ion Cordless Power Source (Power Source Only)

    2 USB Ports

    Turn your Makita lithium-ion battery into a charging port with the 18V LXT Lithium-Ion Cordless Power Source. Mount the ADP05 on to your compatible Makita lithium-ion battery and you get two USB charging ports. Each USB port delivers 2.1A output. The built-in clip attaches to a belt or holster, with rubber covers for improved durability.

    Includes

    Power source only (battery and charger not included)

    Features

    • Rubber covers protect USB ports from dust and water.
    • Compatible with Makita 18V Lithium-Ion batteries with a Star symbol (battery sold separately).
    • Only use genuine Makita batteries and chargers.

    Key Features

    18V LXT Lithium-Ion

    Tool users who unplug the cord with Makita 18V LXT experience new levels of convenience, efficiency and productivity. Makita created the 18V Lithium-Ion cordless tool category in 2005, and today it is the world’s largest 18V cordless tool line-up. Makita’s leading technology gives tool users unmatched performance and breadth of line, with innovation in motor and battery technology that is obliterating industry standards – and leaving old thinking behind. With high amp-hour batteries, efficient brushed and brushless motors, and 18V X2 LXT (36V) technology, Makita 18V LXT tools not only meet corded demands, they can exceed the performance of corded, all while remaining in a single cordless platform powered by the industry's fastest-charging 18V lithium-ion batteries.

    BL1850B BL1820B DC18RC
    Optional Accessory
    Description 18V LXT Lithium-Ion 5.0Ah Battery 18V LXT Lithium-Ion 2.0Ah Battery 18V Lithium-Ion Rapid Optimum Charger

    3 Year Limited Warranty

    Every Makita Lithium-Ion Power Tool is thoroughly inspected and tested before leaving the factory. If you are not satisfied with any Makita Lithium-Ion tool within 30 days of purchase, return it and Makita will provide, at Makita’s option, a replacement or refund. Each Makita Lithium-Ion Power Tool, Battery and Charger is warranted to be free of defects from workmanship and materials for the period of Three Years from the date of original purchase. Should any trouble develop during the three-year period for the Lithium-Ion Power Tool, Battery and/or Charger, return the Complete Power Tool, Battery and/or Charger, freight prepaid, to one of Makita's Factory or Authorized Service Centers.

    If inspection shows the trouble is caused by defective workmanship or material, Makita will repair (or at our option, replace) without charge. This limited warranty does not apply to Makita Accessories.

    This limited warranty does not apply where:

    - Repairs have been made or attempted by others.

    - Repairs are required because of normal wear and tear.

    - The Power Tool, Battery or Charger has been abused, misused or improperly maintained.

    - Alterations have been made to the Power Tool, Battery or Charger.

    - The Power Tool or Charger has been used with a non-genuine or 'knockoff' battery.

    In no event shall Makita be liable for (a) any indirect, incidental, punitive or consequential damages arising from the sale or use of the products sold hereunder, or (b) any amount in excess of the amount actually paid to Makita for the products sold here under for any liability arising from the sale or use of the products sold hereunder. This limitation applies both during and after the terms of the warranty.

    Makita disclaims liability for any implied warranties, including implied warranties of 'merchantability' and 'fitness for a specific purpose,' after the three-year term of this limited warranty.

    This limited warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. Some states do not allow limitation on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to you.

    Product information

      Additional Information

    • ASIN: B019WI5XXO
    • Customer Reviews: 4.8 out of 5 stars 8,636Reviews
    • Best Sellers Rank:
      #9,749 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement)
      #47 in Cordless Tool Battery Packs
    • Date First Available: February 1, 2016
    Manufacturer’s warranty can be requested from customer service. Click here to make a request to customer service.

    Important information

    Wattage :

    0 watts

    Bulb Voltage :

    18 volts

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    Joeldavid A. Lindow
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Almost died... this charger pulled through!
    Reviewed in the United States on April 16, 2019
    Shoot... this here gadget is fantastic. I grab my Makita drill, an extra battery and hop on the 4x4 to mosey 85 acres out to pasture and fix a gate out near the old pump house. I lose control trying to dodge a field critter, flip over the 4x4 and break both of my legs. I... See more
    Shoot... this here gadget is fantastic. I grab my Makita drill, an extra battery and hop on the 4x4 to mosey 85 acres out to pasture and fix a gate out near the old pump house. I lose control trying to dodge a field critter, flip over the 4x4 and break both of my legs. I was able to reach for my phone and it was dead. I, however, had this charger and a drill battery with me and was able to get my phone plugged in and turned on to call my wife or call 911. As soon as I started trying to dial, I blacked out from the intense pain. The last thing I did was try and dial my wife hoping that she would know something was wrong and send one of the boys down in the old Dodge to clean me up and run me down to Dr. Hinkley near the county line..
    When I woke up in the hospital, they said that a neighbor... a darned good Samaritan, in the other pasture saw me get hurt and rode over to help me out right after I blacked out and dialed my wife. I still believe, to this day, that man was an Angel (like in that show "touched by an angel" with Roma Downey and Della Reese). Sadly, my wife never got that call becasue there''s no cell-phone coverage on that side of the property. Not since the railroad put in that new high voltage tower on the other side of the McIntosh''s Alpaca Farm. Thank goodness for this stranger with a satellite phone who was able to call 911. By the time the ambulance showed up (20 minutes) they unplugged my phone and put it in my pocket so I would have it at the hospital when I woke up. They told me that when they found me my phone was at a 50% charge. Not too shabby for 20 minutes of charging a totally dead battery.

    I guess the Battery charger really didn''t help save my life. It couldn''t have. There was no reception anyway. But I was still happy to have a cell phone with an OK charge when I woke up in the hospital. I was able to ignore some of my pain and the disorienting effects of the heavy pain killers they were pumping into my body intravenously, because I could listen to my favorite Merle Haggard album on the MP3s inside of the phone. I finally knew that I was going to revocer and I was going to survive my accident when I was able to just listen to that darned Merle album. That song where he sings about how the "best part of dyin'' is livin'' real good" was just what I needed in that moment. It helped me make the decision to live.

    I don''t even know if any of that is true, but I believe it and it''s my truth.

    Decent little charger attachment. Would recommend.
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    Amazonman
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Convenient during COVID-19 or any disaster
    Reviewed in the United States on May 30, 2020
    Makita does it again. I work in the health field and was recently involved in running a Covid-19 testing site. I needed something to help keep my phone charged since I wouldn’t have any electrical outlets available. I also wanted something that wouldn’t break the bank. I... See more
    Makita does it again. I work in the health field and was recently involved in running a Covid-19 testing site. I needed something to help keep my phone charged since I wouldn’t have any electrical outlets available. I also wanted something that wouldn’t break the bank. I looked online and found this device by Makita. It was less than $20 and didn’t realize how much It would come in handy. I already have the batteries from other makita products so I decided ehh why not try this? It works. I have an iPhone 7 and it gives me 3 full charges on an 5.0Ah battery. It’s one of those things that you don’t realize you need till you have it. Thanks Makita (in no way shape or form did makita pay for this. I paid with my own money.) please click the helpful button found below to keep me motivated in making honest reviews.
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    StarkContrast
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Love this thing, and love the price! Why did it take so long to make this?
    Reviewed in the United States on June 6, 2019
    If you already have tons of Makita batteries and battery chargers around (like we do), and you''re always needing a spare cell phone charger, especially when you''re out and about (like we do), this thing is worth five times the price they''re charging for it. It''s just so... See more
    If you already have tons of Makita batteries and battery chargers around (like we do), and you''re always needing a spare cell phone charger, especially when you''re out and about (like we do), this thing is worth five times the price they''re charging for it. It''s just so handy; we throw it in the boat, in the RV, in the truck, etc.

    This was a very good addition to our garage/tool box, and a very smart product decision on Makita''s part. I can''t believe this didn''t exist sooner (or if it did, I was unaware of it), and if there''s any other rechargeable battery-operated tool companies out there that ISN''T making one of these, they''re crazy! So glad Makita made this.

    Note: I''m attempting to write more reviews on Amazon because I''m seeing more and more evidence of fake reviews on Amazon. I wish Amazon would do more to combat fake reviews. If you see a product on Amazon with over a thousand reviews and over 4.5 stars, please be wary and use sites like FakeSpot and/or ReviewMeta. No idea how accurate these fake review tools are, but I figure it can''t hurt. Thanks for reading!
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    RickZ
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    More Useful than Expected
    Reviewed in the United States on December 27, 2016
    I have many Makita LXT cordless tools and was curious about this USB Charger. To be clear, you must supply your own Makita battery for this USB charger to work. Using a Makita BL1830 (3.0 Ah) battery, I was able to charge my iPhone 5C four times from 20% to 100% and still... See more
    I have many Makita LXT cordless tools and was curious about this USB Charger. To be clear, you must supply your own Makita battery for this USB charger to work. Using a Makita BL1830 (3.0 Ah) battery, I was able to charge my iPhone 5C four times from 20% to 100% and still had plenty of power for tools.

    Looking up some battery specs, I figured it could charge 8-10 times, maybe less depending on many factors. I hope this helps, best wishes!

    Update, November 2019: Since writing this review we have experienced a few power outages and these Makita USB adapters were lifesavers! I have also used them for camping, car trips, and other charging needs when an outlet was simply out of reach. They have proven to be more useful than expected.
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    David Liew
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    2.1A5volt Dual output
    Reviewed in the United States on September 5, 2016
    Very solid & high quality build despite made in China,this Makita USB charger got two independent 2.1Amp 5v output if which one output spoil the 2nd output still function without effect, The theory is DC to DC power supply using oscillation (maybe 400K ?)I''m don have... See more
    Very solid & high quality build despite made in China,this Makita USB charger got two independent 2.1Amp 5v output if which one output spoil the 2nd output still function without effect, The theory is DC to DC power supply using oscillation (maybe 400K ?)I''m don have oscilla scope just assume?using Makita 6A18v China made battery give my iPad mini 100% charge play game all day long still going plenty of juice with no problem,WORTH IT

    Update - Makita 18v 6ah battery can hold the charge for my iPad mini for two days playing game and Internet browser
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    CN
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Another very handy and well built Makita tool to add with my other tools!
    Reviewed in the United States on August 16, 2018
    Not surprised but this is another great Makita tool! I''m a 4th generation framing carpenter, and have built homes for over 30 years! So dependable tools are a must, specially when you have employees that are rough with them! The only thing that could''ve made... See more
    Not surprised but this is another great Makita tool! I''m a 4th generation framing carpenter, and have built homes for over 30 years! So dependable tools are a must, specially when you have employees that are rough with them!

    The only thing that could''ve made this Makita tool any better is if they''d of also put a light on it....hint hint! lol
    Most my favorite tools are made by Makita, including the best 18v cordless tools I''ve ever owned! And my all time favorite for over 25 years is any of the Makita circular saws I''ve had or still have and use almost every day! This USB port 18v charger is just another great and very handy tool to add to any Makita18v tool kit! Great for keeping your batteries alive too, specially if you don''t use your 18v kit all the time.
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    EvilBob
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    So much Power!
    Reviewed in the United States on November 14, 2019
    I got this to do weird stuff. I am powering a Raspberry Pi 3 B, and a portable USB SSD. All three pieces fit in my backpack. It''s a wireless hotspot, and a fileserver with my tech utils, Invoice generating software. That travels with me everywhere I work.... See more
    I got this to do weird stuff.

    I am powering a Raspberry Pi 3 B, and a portable USB SSD. All three pieces fit in my backpack. It''s a wireless hotspot, and a fileserver with my tech utils, Invoice generating software. That travels with me everywhere I work.
    This adapter and 3Ah battery will power the above setup all day, and still have capacity to charge my cell phone. I have not found a USB powered printer I like yet but that''s next. I may have to upgrade to the 6ah battery as well.

    I also take this camping to charge my son''s cellphone for use with his Dexcom G6. Lasts all weekend easily.

    Also have used this to field charge RC Drone and helicopter battery''s. The adapter is very efficient in it''s DC to DC conversion.

    Best of all I can quickly take the adapter off and still use the battery on power tools!

    Not to complain because this thing is great. But I wish the USB ports were on the other side. When I clip this on my belt the USB ports face down. I can''t see them to plug and unplug things. It would be better to have them on top, or maybe one on top, and one on the bottom. Also this does not have a flashlight, that would have been a useful add on as well but I can simply plug a USB light in so it''s not necessary. Lastly it would be great to be able to charge the battery with this adapter on top, I''d like to hook it up to a wallwart plug, or a solar panel. I dream about having this on my belt charging off a solar panel strapped to my backpack while I hike around in the sun like a cyborg.
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    R. Hsu
    4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Convenient in a pinch
    Reviewed in the United States on September 2, 2017
    If you own Makita tools, this adapter should be in your tool bag. One could carry a portable charger or use a charger case, but a charger case adds bulk and makes your smartphone harder to carry. You''re already carrying your Makita tools, and if you''re on the job and your... See more
    If you own Makita tools, this adapter should be in your tool bag. One could carry a portable charger or use a charger case, but a charger case adds bulk and makes your smartphone harder to carry. You''re already carrying your Makita tools, and if you''re on the job and your smartphone starts running low on power just stick this on your battery and you can start charging your phone. You''ll need your own USB charger cable thou as it doesn''t come with any. Another use for it is that Amazon sells a lot of USB powered fans. You can use this to power one of those USB fans. It''ll be much more useful than those portable fans that use AAA or AA batteries. [On a side note, DeWalt, and Milwaukee sells a similar adapter for their batteries as well.]
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    Blaulicht
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Test zu Ladedauer und persönliche Meinung/Erfahrung zu diesem Adapter
    Reviewed in Germany on May 18, 2019
    Gleich nach der Lieferung wollte ich wissen was der Adapter leistet. Verwendet wurde ein Original-Makita-Akku mit 3Ah Leistung, der zu Messbeginn vollgeladen wurde und ein Original-Ladekabel von Apple. Wer glaubt, das macht keinen Unterschied, dem kann ich gerne mal meine...See more
    Gleich nach der Lieferung wollte ich wissen was der Adapter leistet. Verwendet wurde ein Original-Makita-Akku mit 3Ah Leistung, der zu Messbeginn vollgeladen wurde und ein Original-Ladekabel von Apple. Wer glaubt, das macht keinen Unterschied, dem kann ich gerne mal meine „Discounter-Wühltisch“ Billigladekabel vorführen. Ladevorgang Nr. 1: ein iPad. 11% Akkustand beim Start 13% nach 0:06 Std. 43% nach 1:15 Std. - dann habe ich nicht mehr auf die Uhr geschaut. Ich schätze, dass das Laden auf 100% wohl so ca. 4 Std. gedauert haben dürfte. Nach dem Laden zeigte der 3 Ah Makita-Akku noch einen roten Balken an und war somit nahezu leer „gesaugt“. Hier dachte ich noch: „Schade, 2x iPad laden wäre schöner gewesen“ aber A ist es ja nur ein mittlerer Akku – ein 5Ah Akku dürfte das wohl schaffen und B beim Laden von Handys wurden meine Erwartungen weit übertroffen. Ladevorgang Nr. 2: ein älteres iPhone. 18% Akkustand beim Start 40% nach 0:20 Std. 61% nach 0:45 Std. 90% nach 1:30 Std. 95% nach 1:45 Std. und Ende des Ladevorgangs. Ladevorgang Nr. 3: ein iPhone mit 2 Monate altem Tauschakku. 0% Akkustand beim Start 77% nach 0:55 Std. 86% nach 1:05 Std. 96% nach 1:25 Std. und Ende der Ladevorgangs. Ladevorgang Nr. 4: nochmal das erste iPhone. 10% Akkustand beim Start 21% nach 0:12 Std. 82% nach 1:25 Std. 96% nach 2:06 Std. und Ende des Ladevorgangs. Erst jetzt, nach der 3. Handyladung, zeigte der 3Ah Makita-Akku den Verlust des ersten roten Balkens an. Er war also noch ¾ voll. Den Versuch hätte ich gerne weitergeführt, bis der Makita-Akku leer gewesen wäre aber ich brauchte diesen für einen anderen Einsatz. Theoretisch sollte man mit dem 3Ah Makita-Akku das Handy bis zu 12x aufladen können. Mit einem 5Ah Akku entsprechen mehr - vermutlich deutlich öfter wie 20x. Vermutlich hängt das aber auch stark mit anderen Parametern zusammen wie z.B. das Alter der jeweiligen Akkus, Umgebungstemperatur etc. Zur Haltbarkeit dieses Adapters kann ich so kurz nach dem Kauf natürlich noch keine Aussage machen. Ich hoffe aber, dass Makita auch bei diesem Produkt die gewohnt gute Qualität bietet und die negativen Rezensionen bedauerliche Ausnahmen sind. Bezüglich „Ein-Aus-Schalter“. Laut einigen Berichten, soll dessen Qualität nicht so toll sein. Ein Defekt dieses Schalters ist natürlich ärgerlich aber dem kann man doch leicht entgegenwirken: einfach den Schalter NICHT benutzen! Was nicht genutzt wird, geht nicht kaputt. Man braucht den Schalter auch nicht. Was soll der Quatsch überhaupt? Einfach den Adapter auf den Makita-Akku schieben, das Ladekabel in den Adapter und in das zu ladende Gerät gesteckt – fertig. Ladevorgang läuft. Was soll/muss/brauch/kann/will ich vorher noch einen Schalter nutzen? Den Adapter werde ich wohl nicht so sehr häufig nutzen (zumeist ist ja ein Stromnetz in der Nähe) und schon deshalb erwarte ich eine lange Haltbarkeit. Sollte der Adapter dennoch vorzeitig defekt gehen, werde ich meine 5 Sterne Bewertung entsprechend korrigieren. Bis dahin kann ich nur sagen: Der Adapter ist eine tolle Idee von Makita. Ob Camping, Garten, Baggersee, Schwimmbad, Wanderung, Freizeit, Baustelle und wo noch überall kann man mit den sowieso vorhandenen Makita-Akkus eine praktische Powerbank- und zusätzliche Unabhängigkeit generieren. Unlängst waren wir im Restaurant mit Bekannten zum Essen, als die Tochter eines Bekannten ihren leeren Handyakku beklagte (für die heutige Jugend ist das ja unfassbar schlimm). Die Freude der Tochter und das Interesse der Erwachsenen war riesig, als ich den (zufällig im Auto liegenden) Adapter samt Akku hervorzauberte. Ich gebe dem Adapter eine 5 Sterne Kaufempfehlung. Nein, ich habe für diesen Text kein Geld oder den Adapter für umsonst erhalten, sondern ihn normal gekauft und bezahlt. Ich schreibe soviel, weil auch ich mich freue und es mir die Kaufentscheidung erleichtert, wenn sich jemand die Zeit nimmt und die Mühe macht eine Beschreibung etwas ausführlicher/aussagekräftiger zu erstellen.
    Gleich nach der Lieferung wollte ich wissen was der Adapter leistet.

    Verwendet wurde ein Original-Makita-Akku mit 3Ah Leistung, der zu Messbeginn vollgeladen wurde und ein Original-Ladekabel von Apple. Wer glaubt, das macht keinen Unterschied, dem kann ich gerne mal meine „Discounter-Wühltisch“ Billigladekabel vorführen.

    Ladevorgang Nr. 1: ein iPad.
    11% Akkustand beim Start
    13% nach 0:06 Std.
    43% nach 1:15 Std. - dann habe ich nicht mehr auf die Uhr geschaut.
    Ich schätze, dass das Laden auf 100% wohl so ca. 4 Std. gedauert haben dürfte.

    Nach dem Laden zeigte der 3 Ah Makita-Akku noch einen roten Balken an und war somit nahezu leer „gesaugt“.

    Hier dachte ich noch: „Schade, 2x iPad laden wäre schöner gewesen“ aber
    A ist es ja nur ein mittlerer Akku – ein 5Ah Akku dürfte das wohl schaffen und
    B beim Laden von Handys wurden meine Erwartungen weit übertroffen.

    Ladevorgang Nr. 2: ein älteres iPhone.
    18% Akkustand beim Start
    40% nach 0:20 Std.
    61% nach 0:45 Std.
    90% nach 1:30 Std.
    95% nach 1:45 Std. und Ende des Ladevorgangs.

    Ladevorgang Nr. 3: ein iPhone mit 2 Monate altem Tauschakku.
    0% Akkustand beim Start
    77% nach 0:55 Std.
    86% nach 1:05 Std.
    96% nach 1:25 Std. und Ende der Ladevorgangs.

    Ladevorgang Nr. 4: nochmal das erste iPhone.
    10% Akkustand beim Start
    21% nach 0:12 Std.
    82% nach 1:25 Std.
    96% nach 2:06 Std. und Ende des Ladevorgangs.

    Erst jetzt, nach der 3. Handyladung, zeigte der 3Ah Makita-Akku den Verlust des ersten roten Balkens an. Er war also noch ¾ voll.

    Den Versuch hätte ich gerne weitergeführt, bis der Makita-Akku leer gewesen wäre aber ich brauchte diesen für einen anderen Einsatz.

    Theoretisch sollte man mit dem 3Ah Makita-Akku das Handy bis zu 12x aufladen können. Mit einem 5Ah Akku entsprechen mehr - vermutlich deutlich öfter wie 20x. Vermutlich hängt das aber auch stark mit anderen Parametern zusammen wie z.B. das Alter der jeweiligen Akkus, Umgebungstemperatur etc.

    Zur Haltbarkeit dieses Adapters kann ich so kurz nach dem Kauf natürlich noch keine Aussage machen. Ich hoffe aber, dass Makita auch bei diesem Produkt die gewohnt gute Qualität bietet und die negativen Rezensionen bedauerliche Ausnahmen sind.

    Bezüglich „Ein-Aus-Schalter“.
    Laut einigen Berichten, soll dessen Qualität nicht so toll sein.
    Ein Defekt dieses Schalters ist natürlich ärgerlich aber dem kann man doch leicht entgegenwirken: einfach den Schalter NICHT benutzen! Was nicht genutzt wird, geht nicht kaputt. Man braucht den Schalter auch nicht. Was soll der Quatsch überhaupt?
    Einfach den Adapter auf den Makita-Akku schieben, das Ladekabel in den Adapter und in das zu ladende Gerät gesteckt – fertig. Ladevorgang läuft.
    Was soll/muss/brauch/kann/will ich vorher noch einen Schalter nutzen?

    Den Adapter werde ich wohl nicht so sehr häufig nutzen (zumeist ist ja ein Stromnetz in der Nähe) und schon deshalb erwarte ich eine lange Haltbarkeit. Sollte der Adapter dennoch vorzeitig defekt gehen, werde ich meine 5 Sterne Bewertung entsprechend korrigieren.

    Bis dahin kann ich nur sagen: Der Adapter ist eine tolle Idee von Makita.
    Ob Camping, Garten, Baggersee, Schwimmbad, Wanderung, Freizeit, Baustelle und wo noch überall kann man mit den sowieso vorhandenen Makita-Akkus eine praktische Powerbank- und zusätzliche Unabhängigkeit generieren.

    Unlängst waren wir im Restaurant mit Bekannten zum Essen, als die Tochter eines Bekannten ihren leeren Handyakku beklagte (für die heutige Jugend ist das ja unfassbar schlimm). Die Freude der Tochter und das Interesse der Erwachsenen war riesig, als ich den (zufällig im Auto liegenden) Adapter samt Akku hervorzauberte.

    Ich gebe dem Adapter eine 5 Sterne Kaufempfehlung.

    Nein, ich habe für diesen Text kein Geld oder den Adapter für umsonst erhalten, sondern ihn normal gekauft und bezahlt. Ich schreibe soviel, weil auch ich mich freue und es mir die Kaufentscheidung erleichtert, wenn sich jemand die Zeit nimmt und die Mühe macht eine Beschreibung etwas ausführlicher/aussagekräftiger zu erstellen.
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    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Perfekt für TS100!
    Reviewed in Germany on August 21, 2019
    Kann man super ein Kabel mit XT60 Stecker anlöten und dann die 18V Akkus mit einem TS100 nutzen! :) Ist genug Platz im Gehäuse, das man die originale USB Funktion behalten kann. Garantie ist dann natürlich weg.
    Kann man super ein Kabel mit XT60 Stecker anlöten und dann die 18V Akkus mit einem TS100 nutzen! :) Ist genug Platz im Gehäuse, das man die originale USB Funktion behalten kann. Garantie ist dann natürlich weg.
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    Derek B
    4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Just damn convenient
    Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 27, 2017
    This is a good adaptor which I use to charge both my phone and tablet. However there are improvements which Makita will need to look at for future versions. The power cuts out intermittently so you leave your devices charging and in some instances when you come back to your...See more
    This is a good adaptor which I use to charge both my phone and tablet. However there are improvements which Makita will need to look at for future versions. The power cuts out intermittently so you leave your devices charging and in some instances when you come back to your devices, the devices are no longer being charged. If you are charging two devices, pull one usb cable out of the adaptor and then insert it back in again and hey presto both devices are charging again. I guess the circuit board hasn''t been fully tested to charge 2 devices simultaneously before Makita decided to use it in their adaptor. I have 2 adaptors and the same behaviour occurs on both so I''m making the assumption that this isn''t a one off problem although it could be a batch problem. Even though the negative point above is annoying, overall I''m still happy with the product as it''s just damn convenient. It only takes 20 odd minutes to fully charge a 3AH battery which is far quicker than charging the regular type of portable batteries. The output current of each USB port is 2.1A so it''s quick charging. The current of my USB port in my car is only 1A so I prefer to charge my devices in my car with a Makita battery. When I stay somewhere overnight I no longer have to remember to take my regular phone/tablet 240V chargers or portable batteries as I always have Makita batteries in the car so the adaptors have become the main method I use to charge my phone and tablet. I looked at the cheaper non-Makita branded versions of this adaptor but I choose to purchase the Makita one because both ports output 2.1A and there is a rubber flap which protects the usb ports from the elements when not in use.
    This is a good adaptor which I use to charge both my phone and tablet.

    However there are improvements which Makita will need to look at for future versions.

    The power cuts out intermittently so you leave your devices charging and in some instances when you come back to your devices, the devices are no longer being charged. If you are charging two devices, pull one usb cable out of the adaptor and then insert it back in again and hey presto both devices are charging again. I guess the circuit board hasn''t been fully tested to charge 2 devices simultaneously before Makita decided to use it in their adaptor. I have 2 adaptors and the same behaviour occurs on both so I''m making the assumption that this isn''t a one off problem although it could be a batch problem.

    Even though the negative point above is annoying, overall I''m still happy with the product as it''s just damn convenient. It only takes 20 odd minutes to fully charge a 3AH battery which is far quicker than charging the regular type of portable batteries.

    The output current of each USB port is 2.1A so it''s quick charging. The current of my USB port in my car is only 1A so I prefer to charge my devices in my car with a Makita battery. When I stay somewhere overnight I no longer have to remember to take my regular phone/tablet 240V chargers or portable batteries as I always have Makita batteries in the car so the adaptors have become the main method I use to charge my phone and tablet.

    I looked at the cheaper non-Makita branded versions of this adaptor but I choose to purchase the Makita one because both ports output 2.1A and there is a rubber flap which protects the usb ports from the elements when not in use.
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    Mr. T. L. Hughes
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Great Makita charging device & perfect for on-site too!
    Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 15, 2018
    I''ve been using this charger/converter, sitting on a Makita 3Ah battery, for a few days now - charging Kindles, ipads, iphones and other powerbanks - using both outputs simultaneously, with no problems at all, and not needing to charge the Makita battery. I''ve not...See more
    I''ve been using this charger/converter, sitting on a Makita 3Ah battery, for a few days now - charging Kindles, ipads, iphones and other powerbanks - using both outputs simultaneously, with no problems at all, and not needing to charge the Makita battery. I''ve not experienced any drop-outs, partial charging or any of the problems that other people seem to have had with their devices. Though I did have a chargeable head torch stop charging - but that was because it was getting too warm for it''s own good and so it shut down until it was cool enough to carry on charging... so it would seem that the outputs on this device are powerful and continuous - depending on the quality of the battery feeding it obviously... The one little niggle is the quality of the power switch on the device - which is a bit ''Mickey Mouse''... but this is a genuine piece of Makita kit - and I''ve had no problem with their kit in 30 years... What I have found to be really useful is that I can charge the one Makita battery and use this charger for a couple of days - charging two phones, an ipad and a Kindle fully over those two days, without needing to keep all of the individual chargers plugged in and drawing their combined power over those days - which might mean that this device might pay for itself over a year!
    I''ve been using this charger/converter, sitting on a Makita 3Ah battery, for a few days now - charging Kindles, ipads, iphones and other powerbanks - using both outputs simultaneously, with no problems at all, and not needing to charge the Makita battery. I''ve not experienced any drop-outs, partial charging or any of the problems that other people seem to have had with their devices. Though I did have a chargeable head torch stop charging - but that was because it was getting too warm for it''s own good and so it shut down until it was cool enough to carry on charging... so it would seem that the outputs on this device are powerful and continuous - depending on the quality of the battery feeding it obviously...
    The one little niggle is the quality of the power switch on the device - which is a bit ''Mickey Mouse''... but this is a genuine piece of Makita kit - and I''ve had no problem with their kit in 30 years...
    What I have found to be really useful is that I can charge the one Makita battery and use this charger for a couple of days - charging two phones, an ipad and a Kindle fully over those two days, without needing to keep all of the individual chargers plugged in and drawing their combined power over those days - which might mean that this device might pay for itself over a year!
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    mattpearson
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Great addition to your tool kit.
    Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 26, 2018
    This only makes sense if you already have Makita tools and some 18V batteries. But once you do, then you get a fantastic charging port for two devices. It is really well made, although the on/off switch is a little vague as previous reviewers have commented on. The main...See more
    This only makes sense if you already have Makita tools and some 18V batteries. But once you do, then you get a fantastic charging port for two devices. It is really well made, although the on/off switch is a little vague as previous reviewers have commented on. The main score for me is I am never going to lose this. As it runs off a Makita battery (pricey) and you need that for your tools, you will never accidentally leave this on site. With another kind of powerpack I often mislaid them, but not with this one. I stick the spare battery in my rucksack, tuck my phone in to charge. As charging a phone draws so little current compared to an SDS drill or circular saw, these won''t dent your battery life at all. So you can charge using a fresh batter and swap it onto your tool when needed. Or if you have a battery which is nearly dead, you can swap the USB adapter onto that to get the last juice out of that and into your phone. The price is not cheap, but with Makita you get what you pay for, and always having a charged phone on site is easily worth 16 notes.
    This only makes sense if you already have Makita tools and some 18V batteries. But once you do, then you get a fantastic charging port for two devices. It is really well made, although the on/off switch is a little vague as previous reviewers have commented on. The main score for me is I am never going to lose this. As it runs off a Makita battery (pricey) and you need that for your tools, you will never accidentally leave this on site. With another kind of powerpack I often mislaid them, but not with this one. I stick the spare battery in my rucksack, tuck my phone in to charge. As charging a phone draws so little current compared to an SDS drill or circular saw, these won''t dent your battery life at all. So you can charge using a fresh batter and swap it onto your tool when needed. Or if you have a battery which is nearly dead, you can swap the USB adapter onto that to get the last juice out of that and into your phone. The price is not cheap, but with Makita you get what you pay for, and always having a charged phone on site is easily worth 16 notes.
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