Model # KP0810

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Makita 3-1/4 in. Corded Planer


3-1/4 in. Corded Planer

  • Planes up to 5/32 in. deep in a single pass
  • Compact and lightweight design at 7.3 lbs.
  • Professional grade quality for long-term durability
$199.99 /each

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Product Overview

The Makita 3-1/4 in. Corded Planer delivers power and exceptional cutting capacity for a wide range of applications. Easy to use, this planer has a powerful 16,000 RPM, 7.5 Amp motor with a 2-blade cutter head for fast stock removal and planes up to 3-1/4 wide and 5/32 in. deep in a single pass. Ideal for professional construction, framing, window and door installation and fine woodworking, this tool is loaded with convenience features, including an ergonomically designed rubberized grip and a depth adjust knob for precise depth adjustment. Built-to-last with die-cast aluminum housing for durability, expect years of reliable use and performance.

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  • Planes up to 3-1/4 in. wide and 5/32 in. deep in a single pass
  • 2-blade cutter head with 16,000 RPM delivers a smooth finish and fast stock removal
  • Chip ejection can be directed to either side of the tool for convenience
  • Depth adjust knob features an easy-to-read scale with click stops in 0.1 mm increments for precise depth adjustment
  • Conveniently located lock-on/off button can be operated from either side of handle
  • Ergonomically designed rubberized grip and depth adjustment knob provide comfort and control
  • Front base features three chamfering groove options; approximately 1.4 mm, 3 mm and 4 mm
  • Rigid die-cast aluminum housing supports planer drum for increased durability
  • Spring-loaded stand elevates the base to protect the blades and workpiece
  • Powerful 7.5 Amp motor weights only 7.3 lbs.
  • Includes: blade gauge (123062-2), socket wrench 9 (782209-3), straight guide (122785-9), double edge blade set and TC (D-46246)
  • 1-year limited warranty
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Customer Questions & Answers

Does this specific model comes with carrying case ?

Asked by: Cliff
No, a carrying case is not included.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2016-02-06

I have a Makita N1900B hand planner. The new 31/4" makita planner has a different number. Will the blade for the new model fit my old planner?

Asked by: Anonymous
I own a 1900 from about 30 years ago and a new KP0800K. My experience has been that they will. All 3-1/4" planers You will need the holders that accept the much smaller blades that are on most Makita planers today. I always buy the carbide blades.
Answered by: gb93433
Date published: 2016-12-07

My 3 1/4 Makita planer (Model # KP0810) will not come on. Is it the starter button? Or the motor? How can I tell what is wrong with it?

Asked by: Doc
We recommend that you take your Makita 3-1/4 in. Corded Planer (KP0810) to your local Service Center. You can find the local Factory Authorized Service Center by calling 1-(800)4-MAKITA, or at the “Services” link at
Answered by: MakitaTeam
Date published: 2016-08-02

Can a shop vac be attached to this planer?

Asked by: Bill
Yes, a vacuum cleaner can be attached to the Makita 3-1/4 in. Corded Planer (KP0810). For optimum performance, please check out the Makita Xtract-Vac 12 Gallon Wet/Dry Vacuum (VC4710).
Answered by: MakitaTeam
Date published: 2017-02-24
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Customer Reviews

3-1/4 in. Corded Planer is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 8.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very impressed! I am a hand-tool kind of guy. By that I mean powerless, good ol' hand tools. I have had my grandfather's hand planes for years and sharpen them by hand with waterstones. I always scoffed at power planers. Well, then came the need to take years of paint off two 46' wood sailboat masts. I was going to use a belt sander, but those make a mess and are very invasive. (chew up the wood a lot). I decided to try a power planer set at low depth. There were really three options available- Bosch, Ryobi, and Makita. Ryobi was out at the beginning because of their usual lack of quality. The Bosch I had read great things about and it was cheaper than the Makita. The reason I went with the Makita was twofold: (1) The foot on the Makita is very thick machined aluminum, whereas the Bosch is stamped steel and did not look too precision. The Makita looked like a precision tool! (2) The adjustment knob. This was the main reason. They both had a knob that clicked at each stop. The Bosch, however, was so poorly marked that I couldn't tell if I was on 1/64 or 1/32nd. There was no real pointer. You just kind of aimed the clicker up the center. The Makita had very clearly marked white recessed lines at 1/256th intervals. That is precision! You could very easily see and feel (solid click for each stop) where you were setting it. It also has a zero setting to park the blade, which I believe the Bosch also had. The real difference between hand planers is not how MUCH they can take off at a time, but rather how LITTLE. If you need precision then get the Makita. You can shave tiny paper-thin strips off in each pass or go up to 5/32 if you need to hog something out quickly. For the sailboat mast I was able to plane the paint off in about 15 minutes. It was insane. BZZZZZZZZIP four times down each side and it was clean except the rounded edges which I will hit with a sander. I am so glad I did not get the belt sander for this job!!! I am going to start using this for other projects although I am still sort of a purist when it comes to planing. If I were hanging a door, however, I must say I would probably use this now instead of a hand plane. For furniture and for my wood surfboard building I will stick with manual hand planes. Anyway, this was WELL worth the money I spent just in the time it saved me on this project, and I was amazed that after planing all four sides of a 46' sailboat mast it was still cutting a clean smooth path. Sweet!
Date published: 2012-04-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Needed a Little Dialing In I bought this planer to replace another which had a severe defect, and was somewhat disappointed to find this one had issues as well. It would cut a swath on the left side only on a flat board when set to zero. After several attempts at adjusting the knives, I determined that the edge of one carbide knife would repeatedly stick out about .010" too far when the hold down bolts were tightened. I believe this is caused by a poorly manufactured clamp, as it was the same with different blades. I resolved it by installing single edge one-piece carbide blades (more money). It now cuts like a dream.
Date published: 2014-08-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Online order, shipped to home Works great so far. Only used it a little bit. Arrived on time and reasonably priced.
Date published: 2016-05-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by from a good buy This was purchased for a single operation it ran for about an hour and saved me about 9 to 10 hours. So i am quite pleased.
Date published: 2016-02-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to use. After looking at several hand planers the Makita looked to be better made than others. I have used this planer for working down rough sawn white oak that is to big and heavy to go through my 12" floor planer. So far I love this hand planer and hope it gives me many years of service.
Date published: 2013-12-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from If you want a planer that will do the job this is the one Done a lot of research on this planer before I brought it. I just about pulled the trigger on a dewalt. Dewalt is cheaper but this one had a little more power and I also liked the guide which dewalt didnt have. I have only used it once on 3/4 plywood and I was amazed how fast it cut a 1/4 x 3 inch wide groove( I only cut 1/8 at a time because I didnt know how well it would cut) . As most of you already know tools are only made to last a few years not like older tools.
Date published: 2015-01-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from this planer has the power to do the job. I am very happy with this planer, it has enough power to plane oak planks that I milled last year; it gets the job done. My only complaint so far is that it does not zero out, the blade does not retract all the way, so I am always cutting. This 7.5 amp model was not available in the store. When delivered the box looked like it was through a war and the planer and parts were rattling around inside the box, and there was no manual (its available on the internet). It came with a guide, but I still haven't figured out what it is supposed to do. I have to wonder if the planer was knocked out of alignment when shipped, the box had definitely been opened. there's no directions on how to calibrate the depth gauge. Just a poor presentation, shame on someone.
Date published: 2013-01-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Cuts good, the fence tha come with the planer is a joke, the front know is also the depth adduxtment, not good I wish I would have spent more to get a real planer. The fence is not solid and is a joke. One has to be careful when holding the front knob bucause it is also the depth adjustment. A grip should be just that.
Date published: 2013-07-20
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