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Model #ML902

9.6-Volt Cordless Flashlight

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Product Overview

The Makita 9.6-Volt Cordless Flashlight (tool-only) provides high illumination without the cord. It features a compact and ergonomic design for ease of use and a head which can be set in 4 positions for versatile use. The 9.6-Volt battery delivers over 2 hours of continuous illumination from a single charge. It's the perfect addition to a tool box or work shop.
  • Uses the same battery and charger as other 9.6-Volt Makita tools
  • Up to 2 hours of continuous illumination from a single charge
  • 4-position flashlight head; 0 Degree, 45 Degree, 90 Degree and 110 Degree
  • Replacement bulb stores in head for convenience
  • Uses 9.6-Volt battery 9000 or 9033
  • Battery and charger sold separately
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  • California residents

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
3
Product Height (in.)
17.75
Product Length (in.)
0.00
Product Width (in.)
4.75

Details

Product Weight (lb.)
.72
Returnable
90-Day
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Questions & Answers

2Questions4Answers

does the battery come with flash light?

Asked by jerome December 18, 2016
2
Answers

No

How can I get replacement flashlight bulbs f&or ML 900 & 902 Makita 9.6 volt light?

Asked by Gordon April 15, 2015
2
Answers

Yes. Check out the Makita website or retail store.

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Purchased this to replace my decades old Makita flashlight that was falling apart. Super discoun...
Purchased this to replace my decades old Makita flashlight that was falling apart. Super discounted price of $11.54 including tax and no shipping with in the store pickup, makes the purchase an easy decision. The new flashlight doesn't come with a battery. Not a big deal if you already have a working Makita flashlight.
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