If you are one of the millions of people who include a cup of coffee in their morning ritual, you should probably get your hands on the Makita power tool coffee maker.
Even more so, this would probably be a great last minute gift to get for someone (or yourself) to help ensure they start their morning off right.
According to the International Coffee Organization or ICO, people drink upwards of about 1.4 billion cups of coffee a day worldwide, with the United States drinking around 400 million cups a day; while the Scandinavians are seemingly the highest consumers of the black beverage around the world.
However, if you want to stand out from the rest of the coffee drinkers check out the Makita Coffee maker.
Created by Makita Corporation, a Japanese manufacturer of power tools, the coffee maker is a cordless, durable coffee machine that can produce a delicious “cup of morning Joe”.
The easy to use machine is portable and is designed to take a beating for those who use the coffee machine in a workshop.
With its easy to slide on lithium-ion Makita batteries, the coffee machine be powered using 18V, 14.4V, or 10.4V batteries. If you are worried about the quality of the coffee, do not worry Makita has got you covered.
Putting the same level of detail and precision they put into their power tools, the coffee machine comes with their own Makita cafe pods, Mocha, Kilimanjaro, and Brazil.
The dedicated cup that comes with the Makita coffee Machine fits in the machine without any gap at all, preventing any chance of splash and little to any dust entry into the machine. With its carry handle, the coffee machine can easily brew a 160 mL cup of coffee in around five minutes.
Whether you are hard at work in a workshop environment, or simply want a unique looking coffee machine in your kitchen, you should definitely check out the Makita Battery Coffee Maker.
Makita Power Tools
For the uninitiated, Makita Corporation was founded in 1915. The Japanese company prides itself off of its high-quality power tools, manufacturing them all over the world, including Anjō, Japan, and operates factories in Brazil, Canada, China, Japan, Mexico, Romania, the United Kingdom, Germany, and the United States.
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Source: Interesting Engineering