Makita company believes in delivering machines which provide you with an optimum output and at a given supply of power motor. The machine makes use of Anti Vibration Technology so as to minimize the vibrations produced while working. Some of the machines come with tool cases with handles attached. They are generally lightweight and easily portable. Although, the machines produce noise while working up to certain decibels. While some come with a warranty period limited to 1 year. You need to observe their pros and cons and pick accordingly which machine would work best for your requirements. The equipment listed below are similar yet different if you observe them closely.

**Makita HM1307CB Demo Hammer**

Makita HM1307CB is a light weight machine with a carrying case, which is attached with a handle for convenience. The machine works on a motor of 14 amp. It is durable due to the interconnected steel lamination and provides a high output. There is also a brush to cut off power in case of any overload. This helps in increasing the lifespan of the machine. You can alter the speed depending upon the job. The machine comes with a 1 year warranty period. Also, it is able to produce the impact energy of 27.5 lb. However, there is a noise produced of 101 DB while the machine is brought to work.

**Makita HM1214CX Demo Hammer**

The machine Makita HM1214CX uses an AC power source and works on 120 Volts. It is small in size with dimensions 36 x 4 x 15 inches. Therefore, making it convenient for storage. The machine works with 14 amp motor power. The machine does not require any battery for operation. The mechanism is such that it starts with a smooth pace and provides accurate results. One of the handles of the machine can rotate in a full circle for a better hold. In addition to that, there is a rubber grip which helps you to control the machine with comfort. There is a rotary hammer that comes with the machine which is of size 1 inch. The machine’s overall length is 27 – ½ inches and it is able to produce impact energy of 19 lb.

**Makita HM1317CB 42-Pound Breaker Hammer**

The machine Makita HM1317CB 42 makes use of a 14 mp motor and is able to produce 730 – 1450 bpm. The machine is slightly heavy and weighs around 42 lbs with its measurements as 32.44 x 5.08 x 10.47 inches. It uses anti vibration technology to minimize the vibrations produced while working and helps you to get maximum output. The machine has a tool case and wheels. The machine is able to produce 25.7 ft. lbs. energy. The machine comes to use majorly to break up the pathways and in removing asphalt. The machine overall length is 32 – ½ inches. The machine comes inclusive of the 16.4 feet chord.

**Makita HM1203C Demo Hammer**

The machine Makita HM1203C uses an electric corded power source and is able to produce 25.5 J of energy. The machine can be set at 12 bit angles for working with convenience at different positions. There is an electronic speed control while working on different objects

When the machine starts, it doesn’t produce any jerks for precise output. The machine is manufactured in China. The machine produces 950 – 900 bpm. The machine comes with bit grease, a case and a bull point. The machine overall length is 22 – ¾ inches. The supply cord for power is 5 meters in length.

**Makita HM1812 70 Advanced AVT Breaker Hammer**

The machine Makita HM1812 70 works on a 15 amp motor with a better hammer mechanism which is 53.9 ft. lbs. of impact energy. The anti vibration technology in this machine is more efficient and cuts out the vibrations produced while working significantly. It absorbs any kind of vibration produced. The machine can however be stored conveniently as it measures 9 x 21 x 35 inches. The machine operates on 110 volts. There is an LED service that notifies you before any damage is caused to the machine and also warms you in case of any brush replacement needed. The machine comes with a hex wrench. There is an option of “soft no-load.” Which helps to minimize the motor speed and also increase the machine lifespan. The handles are rubberized to reduce any vibrations produced. The machine overall length is 33 – ¼ inches and is able to produce 870 bpm. The cord length is 16.4 feet. It is a high performing machine which gives you sophisticated cuts.

**Makita HM1810 Breaker Hammer with AVT**

The machine Makita HM1810 uses electrically corded systems as its power source. The machine is convenient for storage as its measurements are 23 x 32 x 7 inches. The machine makes use of a 15 amp motor and is able to produce 1100 bpm to accommodate different kinds of jobs. The machine involves an anti vibration technology which helps to balance out the vibrations produced while working asd enhances the output. The machine can help make use of the AC or DC switch for power. The machine works on the principle of more work and less vibration. The machine is able to produce 63 J of impact energy. It comes with a cord length of 16.4 feet. The overall length of the machine is 32 – ½ inches. The machine comes with a hex wrench included. The machine is majorly used by plumbers, electricians, masons or contractors for industrial purposes.

**Conclusion**

Makita has designed each of its hammers in a similar yet different style. If you just look at them superficially you might not be able to spot any difference as such. However, on a closer observation you would notice some varying parameters. Makita HM1307CB is a lightweight machine which can produce an impact energy of 27.5 lb. But the machine at the same time produces a noise of 101 dB. It has brushes to cut off in case of an overload. Further, there is an LED to let you know before anything goes wrong.

Makita HM1214CX uses AC power to operate. You can use the handle to rotate in all the directions for convenience. It is lightweight and uses AVT to cut out vibrations produced through working. Makita HM1317CB generates 730 to 1450 bpm and minimizes vibrations while working. The machine has a slide switch and a speed control.

Makita HM1203C produces a little less amount of energy in joules but can be set at 12 different angles for better productivity. Makita HM1812 70 uses a high power motor of 15 amp. It majorly absorbs any vibrations produced. It has an LED to work and warn in case of any damage. Makita HM1810 produces 1100 bpm and 63 Joules of energy. They work on the principle of more work and less vibration. Further, it can be used by plumbers, electricians, masons or contactors. You can carefully look at the features and choose for yourself.

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