And now there’s the decidedly rugged-looking Makita Power Tool Battery Coffee Maker CM501DZ, which makes coffee (either from regular ground coffee or pods) while being powered by the kind of lithium-ion battery you are more likely to find on a construction site than in your kitchen.
Never be short of a cup of joe even when you are far from amenities (camping, hiking, building), just as long as you have a power tool slide-on battery nearby. The fully portable coffee machine looks pretty awesome and has a very practical handle so you can lug it around (not surprisingly, it’s pretty hefty, especially after you slot on a battery).
Coming in two colors (red or blue), the Makita Power Tool Battery Coffee Maker is available for global orders from Japan Trend Shop. Of course, it requires a battery to operate and Makita recommends it for use with one of three compatible Makita power tool batteries: 18V 6.0Ah (BL1860B), 14.4V 6.0Ah (BL1460B), and 10.8V 4.0Ah (BL1040B). It comes with a stainless steel mug and measuring cup, and takes about four minutes to make coffee when fitted with a 18V battery.