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Makita DFR550Z 18V Li-ion Auto-feed Screwdriver (4000rpm) Powerful Makita DFR550Z auto-feed screwdriver capable of driving collated screws between 25-55mm. Ideal for dry lining and decking applications.


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Forward/Reverse Rotation
Accepts Makita 18v Li-ion 3.0ah batteries

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Review for Makita Autofeed Screwdriver by D Baker Carpentry
30th March 2020

This autofeed screwdriver is a great cordless tool preventing leads getting in the way when In use. Many people seem to say it’s hard to use however if used square the collated screws once set to required depths go in fine. This tool really speeds up fitting time of plasterboard and I personally would recommend.

This autofeed screwdriver is a great cordless tool preventing leads getting in the way when In use.
Many people seem to say it’s hard to use however if used square the collated screws once set to required depths go in fine.
This tool really speeds up fitting time of plasterboard and I personally would recommend.


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Review for Makita Autofeed Screwdriver by L Kennedy Property
28th December 2019

I have read a lot of crap about these but I can’t say I’ve had any problems (that I didn’t create myself mostly through lack of patience).Using this really speeds up the job.

I have read a lot of crap about these but I can’t say I’ve had any problems (that I didn’t create myself mostly through lack of patience).Using this really speeds up the job.


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Review for Makita Autofeed Screwdriver by HD Building Contractors
1st December 2019

What to say.... this makita screwgun has been a fantastic purchase for me, it does have the occasional fit and stop working, but 9/10 times it user error and it’s because I haven’t driven it square, I’ve watched many people try and fail to use this gun, but I can assure you once you get the technique it won’t let you down

What to say.... this makita screwgun has been a fantastic purchase for me, it does have the occasional fit and stop working, but 9/10 times it user error and it’s because I haven’t driven it square, I’ve watched many people try and fail to use this gun, but I can assure you once you get the technique it won’t let you down


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Review for Makita Autofeed Screwdriver by Fenna & Company Limited
29th September 2018

I have been using Makita for the last 5 years since moving over dean Dewalt, I can not recommend Makita on there power tool selections, unrivalled in power and performance, opting for brushless allow amazing longevity and outlasting use on a 5.0ah battery.

I have been using Makita for the last 5 years since moving over dean Dewalt, I can not recommend Makita on there power tool selections, unrivalled in power and performance, opting for brushless allow amazing longevity and outlasting use on a 5.0ah battery.


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Review for Makita Autofeed Screwdriver by Ask-property maintenance & care LTD
20th September 2018

Very well built and strong mines been dropped and banged and caked up in plaster but still works Heavier than the corded version so I had aches first couple of times. But soon gets used to it

Very well built and strong mines been dropped and banged and caked up in plaster but still works
Heavier than the corded version so I had aches first couple of times. But soon gets used to it


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Review for Makita Autofeed Screwdriver by S Court Plumbing
29th June 2018

Mine only gets light use and never had an issue, can be slightly awkward to use in low areas but otherwise a great bit of kit

Mine only gets light use and never had an issue, can be slightly awkward to use in low areas but otherwise a great bit of kit


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Review for Makita Autofeed Screwdriver by ERH Electrical Services
20th April 2018

Bought one back in July 2014, Not had it working well since on 35mm plasterboard screws jams every few screws more when you are working above you bought because I had other makita tools just for the batteries. only. never got through one strip of screws yet till I was using 50mm square drive headed screws to lay some plywood no jams with them at all. now bought a dewalt DCF620D2K No jams with that one yet same screws plus you can take autofeed off and use it as manual drywall driver as well so far so good.

Bought one back in July 2014, Not had it working well since on 35mm plasterboard screws jams every few screws more when you are working above you bought because I had other makita tools just for the batteries. only. never got through one strip of screws yet till I was using 50mm square drive headed screws to lay some plywood no jams with them at all. now bought a dewalt DCF620D2K No jams with that one yet same screws plus you can take autofeed off and use it as manual drywall driver as well so far so good.


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Review for Makita Autofeed Screwdriver by Michael cushion
20th December 2017

Great tool wouldnt be without it for plasterboarding it makes the job so much faster. Can use it all day as its not too heavy. Does jam sometimes but think that seems to be certain screws. Yellow and black box by timco seem to be the best

Great tool wouldnt be without it for plasterboarding it makes the job so much faster. Can use it all day as its not too heavy. Does jam sometimes but think that seems to be certain screws. Yellow and black box by timco seem to be the best


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Review for Makita Autofeed Screwdriver by Bookaboilerman.com
5th October 2017

Owned one of these for many years. It's good ,well built. Can be awkward if it jams up, however wouldn't be without it. And it's ran off my 3ah batteries with no issues. One bit of advice, don't use the cheap screws from toolstation

Owned one of these for many years. It's good ,well built. Can be awkward if it jams up, however wouldn't be without it. And it's ran off my 3ah batteries with no issues. One bit of advice, don't use the cheap screws from toolstation


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Review for Makita Autofeed Screwdriver by Prenton plumbing service Ltd
25th September 2017

Don't own this yet !!! But had use of one at the weekend ... saves time good and easy use depth adjustment for screw Will be added to my kit shortly

Don't own this yet !!! But had use of one at the weekend ... saves time good and easy use depth adjustment for screw
Will be added to my kit shortly


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Review for Makita Autofeed Screwdriver by Knight Plumbing & Heating South West Ltd
15th September 2017

Much easier than a drill but if using corse screws then 5ah battery is needed! Otherwise I find it doesn't put the screws in all the way!

Much easier than a drill but if using corse screws then 5ah battery is needed! Otherwise I find it doesn't put the screws in all the way!


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Review for Makita Autofeed Screwdriver by Mje services
28th June 2017

Can easily be operated with one hand, well balanced with most of the weight close to the wrist so it can be used for long periods of time without fatigue

Can easily be operated with one hand, well balanced with most of the weight close to the wrist so it can be used for long periods of time without fatigue


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Review for Makita Autofeed Screwdriver by N B Carpentry Ltd
9th May 2017

Another great tool from Marita. The quality of this is good, it's light and easy to use. I would recommend using the Makita screws though as the cheaper brands tend to stick.

Another great tool from Marita. The quality of this is good, it's light and easy to use. I would recommend using the Makita screws though as the cheaper brands tend to stick.