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Overview

Model # DMR107 Store SKU # 1000505378

The Makita 18V LXT / 12V max CXT Cordless Job Site Radio (DMR107, tool only) delivers rich sound and increased compatibility in a more compact size. It is a perfect addition to the workshop or job site.The DMR107 delivers great sound in a compact size. It has one auxiliary port for MP3 compatibility, and delivers rich stereo sound from two powerful side-firing speakers. The DMR107 is engineered to stand up against harsh job site conditions with protective bumpers, and features dust and water resistant construction (IP65 rated) for increased durability. The radio can be powered by Makita 12V max CXT, 14.4V, and 18V LXT Lithium-Ion Batteries (all sold separately).

  1. Radio runs on most voltage Pod 9.6V-18V, Slide 9.6V-24V of Makita branded batteries (except 7.2V) (Battery not included)
  1. Weather and water resistant, rugged protective design
  1. Two alarms, runs up to 16 hours on a single charge
  1. Can run on AC or DC power source
  1. AM/FM tuner, MP3 compatibility, LCD backlit display, 10 pre-set FM/AM buttons
  1. Batteries not included

Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in inches)
7
Assembled Height (in inches)
17
Assembled Weight (in lbs)
12.25
Assembled Width (in inches)
10.25
Packaged Depth (in inches)
11.5
Packaged Height (in inches)
13.74
Packaged Weight (In lbs)
10.36
Packaged Width (in inches)
7.01

Details

Battery Power Type
Lithium Ion
Certified
Cordless/Corded
Cordless
Country of Origin
CN-China
Handheld or Stationary
Handheld
Power Tool Type
Radio
Voltage (volts)
18

Warranty / Certifications

1 Year Warranty. For more details on this warranty, please call 1-800-263-3734.
18V LXT Lithium Ion Cordless or Electric Jobsite AM/FM Radio (Tool Only)MAKITA 18V LXT Lithium Ion Cordless or Electric Jobsite AM/FM Radio (Tool Only)The Makita 18V LXT / 12V max CXT Cordless Job Site Radio (DMR107, tool only) delivers rich sound and increased compatibility in a more compact size. It is a perfect addition to the workshop or job site.The DMR107 delivers great sound in a compact size. It has one auxiliary port for MP3 compatibility, and delivers rich stereo sound from two powerful side-firing speakers. The DMR107 is engineered to stand up against harsh job site conditions with protective bumpers, and features dust and water resistant construction (IP65 rated) for increased durability. The radio can be powered by Makita 12V max CXT, 14.4V, and 18V LXT Lithium-Ion Batteries (all sold separately).
MAKITA
1000505378
18V LXT Lithium Ion Cordless or Electric Jobsite AM/FM Radio (Tool Only) is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 20.
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Rated 3 out of 5 by from radio I think the sounds is great but it doesn't charge your batteries. Come on Makita stop charging the same price as other radios but cheeping out on a charger. I only use Makita tools but was disappointed when I had to charges batteries separately on the job site to listen to music. Extremely difficult when the house has no power right now so I have to choose between tools and radio. It also doesn't save my radio stations , I pretty much have to reset them every time i turn it on. Besides that its a great radio. Its taking a beating and gone through lots of dust and some light rain.
Date published: 2017-10-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good radio but has it's faults Got this radio sounds and looks great, has the 2 aux inputs which is a bonus. BUT and this is huge, it does not charge your batteries even if you have the adapter plugged in. Come on Makita, Milwaukee's radio charges there batteries, even the Dewalt radio charges its batteries...tsk tsk... and the ac adapter im gonna lose it should be an integral part of the unit, not seperate. But hey I like it anyways.
Date published: 2012-12-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome sound with very powerful Bass Purchased this radio for working in a construction environment. I use Makita tools so made sense to have a radio that works with my current batteries. I was shocked by the quality of the sound and how rich the Bass is on this radio. The build quality is absolutely top notch and I am sure it will take anything that is thrown at it. Doesn't have a built in charger, but I use the rapid charger that came with my tools anyway. Some complain about the absence of a built in charger as they can't charge their batteries when there's no electricity on site, you would need to plug it in to charge batteries anyway??? IMO this is a great radio with awesome sound, so if you have Makita batteries then just get, you won't regret this purchase
Date published: 2020-02-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Radio I Ever Owned I've owned a lot of portable radios in my life and this one is by far my favorite one! I live outside of Edmonton (Stony Plain Area) and this thing picks up all the Edmonton Stations Plus on clear days it sometimes will pick up red deer which is 1:40 min away from us. By Far the best radio for reception and the AM Radio works great on it as well, I bought Portable batteries for this on Amazon and I get up to 35 hours without needing a charge!
Date published: 2017-08-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Needs BASS Adjust Used outside every weekend with custom lead acid 12V battery. Overall a good product. EXCEPT: 1. Too much BASS, you CANNOT adjust the BASS. 2. Hinge and latch design is awful. Not enough material around the hinge area. 3. The AC power converter should have been built into the radio.
Date published: 2011-11-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great addition to a makita 18v kit, great sound quality, good battery life. 2 mp3 inputs 1 on the inside of the battery compartment is great to have for an ipod.
Date published: 2011-09-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic Product! I bought this radio a few weeks ago and it has stellar performance and wonderful sound. The controls are simple and intuitive and it accepts all of my Makita 18V batteries. Not to put too fine a point on it, this is the best radio I have come across in 30 years. You won't be disappointed.
Date published: 2017-08-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great sound from a small radio. Co-worker thought there was too much base, now he begs to have this radio on our job sites. The only down fall for this radio is that there is now charger for charging batteries.
Date published: 2012-04-28
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what do i need to adapt my ipod to this radio?

Asked by: Anonymous
You need a CE TECH 3.5 mm stereo cable from home depot to adapt your ipod to the radio it says so on page 9 of your makita radio manual (Connect a stereo or mono source (i.e. iPod, MP3, or CD player) to either AUX 1 or AUX 2 by audio cord)
Answered by: Labnom
Date published: 2016-09-26

can i charge a battery?

Asked by: Anonymous
No, this radio is not capable of charging batteries.
Answered by: sonic2010
Date published: 2013-10-23

Makita cordless radio

can it charge a battery if you use the ac?
Asked by: Anonymous
Unfortunately, this product doesn't charge batteries. I hope this helps.
Answered by: OnlineAssociate
Date published: 2013-10-23

Where can one obtain a 12 V dc supply for this radio ? The manual suggested that it is supplied - but there isn't one sold with the radio.

I have several 12V DC power supplies but the connection for the BMR100 radio seems to be a bit larger than usual for the plugs on my supplies. Any suggestion as to where I can get the appropriate 12 V DC power supply [i.e. transformer]?
Asked by: Anonymous
There was an AC adapter in the box with my recently purchased radio
Answered by: JohnFromRichmond
Date published: 2021-04-20

Can I attach external speakers?

Asked by: Anonymous
haven't tried yet i know that you can use your laptop as an external speaker if you have a 3.5 mm stereo cable though
Answered by: Labnom
Date published: 2020-07-01

Difference between LXRM02 and previous BMR100?

Does anyone know the difference between this newer model (LXRM02) and the BMR100 that was sold previously?
Asked by: Anonymous
The newer model is compatible with 7.2 v lithium ion and 10.8 volt lithium batteries while the BMR100 is not compatible with 7.2 volt batteries.PRODUCT P 1/ 1 Model No. Description C ONCEPT AND MAIN APPLICATIONS S tandard equipment O ptional accessories Dimensions: mm (") Width (W) Height (H1) Height (H2) Length (L) 257 (10-1/8) * 2 163 (6-3/8) 431 (17) * 2 302 (11-7/8) * 3 280 (11) * 3 Weight according to EPTA-procedure 01/2003, with the following battery Ni-Cd PA12 Battery kg (lbs) 4.6 (10.1) 1222 4.7 (10.4) Ni-MH Li-ion 1234 4.7 (10.4) BL7010 4.1 (9.0) BL1013 4.2 (9.3) BL1014 4.2 (9.3) BL1415 4.3 (9.5) BL1430 4.5 (9.9) BL1815 4.4 (9.7) BL1830 4.6 (10.1) BH1233C 4.8 (10.6) BMR102 (LXRM02 * 1 ) Job Site Radio Note: The standard equipment for the tool shown above may vary by country. Batteries Chargers AC adaptor (DC12V, 700mA) ........... 1 pc Cord length of AC adaptor: m (ft) 1.8 (5.9) Model BMR102 (LXRM02 *1 ) has been developed based on Model BMR100, featuring compatibility with 7.2V Li-ion battery BL7010 and 10.8V Li-ion battery BL1013. This product also runs on both AC adaptor and other Makita rechargeable batteries of 9.6V to 18V cluster type/ 9.6V to 18V slide-on type that are the same power source as BMR100 except 24V batteries. Its other features are: • Silver front control panel and newly designed elastomer bumpers for visual distinction from BMR100 • Flexible FM antenna can be removed and stored inside of the battery cover on the radio • Shower-proof construction: IPX4 designed to withstand up to 5 minutes exposure to rain (taken from http://www.makita.nl/images/files/onderdelen/nl/BMR102-TE.pdf)
Answered by: Labnom
Date published: 2018-10-16

DOES IT COME WITH A BATTERY, IF YES STATE BATT. NUMBER

Asked by: Anonymous
The radio is only sold with a 120 volt plug in power source. There are 2 AA batteries included which are used to save preset radio stations and the clock.
Answered by: sonic2010
Date published: 2017-07-03
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