Makita has launched the latest addition to its radio range, with the DMR115 Job Site Radio. With Bluetooth functionality and a light weight of 4.8-5.5kg, it is the perfect companion for construction workers.
The new DMR115 Job Site Radio is a robust and simple to use DAB/DAB+ radio. IP65 rated, it has a highly durable design with elastomer bumpers to protect against tough job site conditions.
The Job Site Radio has a powerful Bluetooth sensor to connect wirelessly for audio streaming from mobile devices up to a range of 10 metres away and includes two stereo speakers and an additional subwoofer to produce high-quality sound. In addition, the Multi-Amplifier provides clear hi-fi sound reproduction without decreasing sound quality even when the volume is high.
Matt Chilton, Product Manager at Makita says, “Workers often spend long hours onsite, from taking on heavy-duty construction work to fixing snagging – so it’s only right they have high quality, reliable entertainment available to help make even the most laborious of tasks more enjoyable.
“We’ve designed our latest DMR115 Job Site Radio to provide not only the best in sound quality but the best in convenience. The radio is equipped with a dual power source for AC or Makita LXT and CXT batteries, providing flexibility regardless of the power sources available onsite.
In addition, the USB slot will allow for mobile charging onsite, so you never need to worry about draining the source phone’s battery.
“This, in combination with a high-quality sound woofer to provide deeper and richer bass sounds, a My Equaliser (MY EQ) mode to adjust treble and bass and six selectable sound modes to suit various music genres, makes the radio the ultimate onsite companion.”
For more information on the site radios available from Makita, please visit www.makitauk.com.
Cheaply made and breaks easily. The handle latch broke off mine and if you could see how thin the material is there is no wonder it broke. Makita won’t touch it and say it’s a complete body replacement at my cost? I’m sorry makita I’m not paying for a poorly designed unit that will break again. Signal isn’t really the greatest it will stop and play on the digital radio. Tbh it’s not really a site radio as it’s very delicate and isn’t upto site conditions. Mine actually broke in the back of my truck and didn’t even make it onto site. Very very poorly designed and constructed would absolutely not recommend