Makita DFR551Z Cordless18v Brushless Auto Feed Screwdriver

Makita DFR551 is a cordless auto-feed screwdriver powered by a Makita 18v LXT Li-Ion battery (not included). For 25-55 mm screws. 

Suitable for repetitive screwdriving jobs such as drywall and decking application using strip fed screws of sizes between 25 and 55mm.

User Benefits

  • Brushless motor
  • Ergonomically designed handle with soft grip.
  • Push drive technology
  • One-touch casing attachment/removal reduces the trouble of reversing and replacing a bit
  • Screw feeding mechanism redesigned to improve durability and reduce screw fall
  • Lock-on function
  • Trigger Lock
  • Reversing switch
  • Variable speed control
  • Anti-restart function.

Standard Accessories 

  • Phillips bit x2
  • Belt clip

Technical Info

Body only machine 

  • Voltage - 18 v
  • Drive shank Hex - 1/4 "
  • Screw Size Range - 25 to 55 mm
  • Noise sound pressure - 74 dB(A)
  • Noise K factor - 3 dB(A)
  • No Load Speed - 0 - 6,000 rpm
  • Vibration K factor - 1.5 m/sec²
  • Vibration - 2.5 m/sec²
  • Net weight - 1.9 - 2.2 kg

Makita 3 Year Warranty

The 3 year warranty applies to tools purchased on or after July 1st 2012. This excludes batteries, chargers, outdoor power equipment, airtools and accessories. These are all supplied with a standard years warranty.

Tools must be registered online within 30 days of purchase to qualify for the warranty extension otherwise a standard 1 year warranty will apply.

Any warranty claims outside of the 1st year but within the second or 3rd must be dealt with directly by Makita.

What if my product becomes faulty?

Any warranty claim must be logged within the warranty period. This involves sending the tool complete packaged to a local dealer or Authorised Service agent with the 3 year certificate and the original sales receipt.

Alternatively you can send it to Makita UK Ltd in Milton Keynes. To arrange this please contact Makita UK on Tel: 01908 211 678, or email:

Subject to inspection, the product will be repaired free of charge. Costs may be incurred for any warranty claims that are deemed invalid.