A hard day’s work starts with a strong cup of coffee. If you want a coffee maker that’s at home with the tools required for that hard day, look no further than the new Makita CM501DZ. The rugged coffee maker runs on the lithium ion packs that your power tools are outfitted with. Designed to brew just over five cups of coffee, the Makita CM501DZ is at home on a work site or on your work bench in the garage. Unfortunately, right now it’s only available in Japan, so if you’re on a construction site stateside, you’ll have to deal with a far less rugged Keurig

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