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DEWALT 7.2-Volt-18-Volt Heavy-Duty Worksite Radio Charger
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DEWALT

7.2-Volt-18-Volt Heavy-Duty Worksite Radio Charger

$169.00 /each
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Feature 1

Weather resistant speakers with dual bass ports for maximum bass and range

Feature 2

Many power options on the job site with the power outlets

Feature 3

LCD display

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VOLTAGE

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7.2-18 V

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battery life

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8 hr

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BATTEries charged

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7.2-18 v ni-cd

NOT INCLUDED

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connections

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3 ac outlets

& AUX PORT

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The DEWALT 7.2-Volt - 18-Volt Work-Site Charger/Radio functions as an AM/FM radio and recharges your 7.2-Volt - 18-Volt DEWALT batteries (batteries not included). The 3-stage charger can recharge your batteries in as little as 1 hour and the radio can run off of 7.2-Volt - 18-Volt batteries for cordless operation.

  • Recharges batteries (not included) in as little as 1 hour
  • AM/FM radio can run off of 7.2-Volt - 18-Volt batteries for cordless operation
  • Compatible with 7.2-Volt - 18-Volt batteries, except unit volt batteries
  • 3 stage charging system offers a long run time to help ensure a long battery life
  • Built in clock
  • 15 station memory presets
  • LCD display
  • Digital AM/FM tuner
  • Weather resistant speakers with dual bass ports for maximum bass and range
  • Durable, dual pivoting 11 in. flexible antenna provides excellent reception
  • Power outlets for versatile job-site power options
  • Auxiliary port offers a connection to CD players, MP3 players and portable satellite receivers with an audio cable (additional devices and audio cable not included)
  • 8 hour runtime using XRP ni-cd battery (DC9096)
  • Run times will vary based on battery voltage and amp hour
  • CSA, ETL and UL listed
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Only charge dewalt batteries? Any other brand?

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August 21, 2016
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Yes it charges DeWalt batteries up to 18V. And no it ONLY charges DeWalt batteries.
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June 23, 2016
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The charger does not charge tool batteries. It charges phones and other USB devices.
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Can I plug in to electrical outlet?

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March 11, 2016
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Yes, this model can run off of battery or be plugged in for use.
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Does the radio charge the battery if plugged in

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Is it Bluetooth

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7.2-Volt-18-Volt Heavy-Duty Worksite Radio Charger is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 36.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love dewalt It is a radio, what more can you say, sounds good, not bose sound but good radio, beats my 15 year old one.
Date published: 2016-10-18
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Good as charger, not for a boombox I was looking for a durable, portable radio and since I am fully invested in Dewalt 18V ni-cad, with plans to eventually go to Lithium-ion, I thought this would kill two birds with one stone. Took it home, it charged batteries fine, but the sound from the speakers is awful. The bass boost makes it even worse. If you are going to pay premium price for a product, you would think they would use premium parts, not so here. Overall, it has a cheap feel to it. The speakers are loud, on battery and plugged in, but a very muddled sound with no separation of highs and lows. Worse than my first boombox 20 years ago. Also, if you use an mp3 player (or phone as I do) for music, there's no compartment to protect it. I returned the Dewalt radio and bought the Milwaukee 2790-20 jobsite radio. It far exceeds the Dewalt in all aspects, except that it does not charge batteries. I did buy M12 impact kit for the batteries, so I spent more in the long run, but am extremely pleased (plus that impact is awesome). If you are looking for a good sounding, durable, highly portable radio, get the Milwaukee, you won't be dissapointed, like I was with this Dewalt.
Date published: 2012-02-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exactly what he wanted! I ordered this as a Christmas present for my husband. He loved the radio/charger. It had more features than he had expected. He works in new home construction. Sometimes power sources are hard to find. This gives him the ability to listen to the radio while charging his batteries. Also his favorite feature is being able to plug other tools into his radio. Overall more than he expected!
Date published: 2011-01-10
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Well.. I won't return it. It reminds me of a boombox I had in 1986. The sound quality does stink. I'm not an audiophile. I don't really care. But, yeah, it does. The reception comes and goes if you move the unit. But it plays music. It hooks up to my phone. It charges my batteries. It runs off my batteries. It gives me a few extra outlets. It looks pretty durable. And there aren't many other radios out there that can do all that. It's a horrible value, but it's a convenience. You don't have to bring a charger and different types of batteries. I'm a pro, so I just need stuff to work. And the fewer trips back to the truck, the better.
Date published: 2015-07-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Radio Been looking for a good work radio and this is it. I have both 14.4 and 18 volt batteries radio runs off both and charges both that a big plus. Radio has great sound and reception
Date published: 2015-07-05
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Terrible Sound Bought this because all of my tools are Dewalt and love to listen to the radio while I work. I was truly disappointed by the poor sound. As someone put it, "sounds like the music is playing underwater", not clear at all. Very surprised Dewalt would put out a product like this as i've always found their power tools to be well built?? The charging capibility is great, the extra plugs is a good idea although i'm not sure i would ever use them. I wanted this for some time and even considered changing out the speakers myself but at the end of the day, the extra costs just didn't make sense since this radio is $150 as is. I will be taking it back and possibly getting the Milwaakee as the reviews were good on it.
Date published: 2012-11-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I liked it so much I bought 2! I bought 1 for work mainly for the built in charger and the radio is great. I plugged in the DeWalt and it sounded much better than the Sony boombox I was listening to, and that was that. The extra power outlets came in handy and eliminated the extension cords on my toolbox. I bought a second one for my home shop. When you get DeWalt, you get quality.
Date published: 2012-03-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Difference between the DC012 radio and the DC012-CL I called DeWalt about the difference between the DC012 radio and the DC012-CL. There is NO difference between the two radios except that on the California CEC compliant radio (DC012-CL), you cannot charge a battery and play the radio at the same time. (See follow up below, they may be the same radio). There is a switch that allows you to play the radio OR charge a battery, but not both. According to the California CEC, it is not an efficient use of power to do both at the same time. I would NOT advise you to buy the California CEC compliant model (DC012-CL) as it is a lot more expensive and has limited functionality. You could buy the DC012 (which is a great radio per the reviews and the reason I gave it 5 stars), pay at least $40.00 less and not use it as a charger while you are playing the radio, and be CEC compliant. Yours truly will be returning the DC012-CL radio he bought and get one of the non-charging DeWalt radios or see if I can figure a way to buy the DC012. A little follow up: I ordered a DC012 from another company and they shipped me a DC012-CL as labelled on the outside of the box. On the radio itself, it was labelled as DC012. (There was NO DC012-CL label on the radio). This happened to another reviewer too. You can charge a battery and play the radio at the same time. I have a strong feeling the DC012-CL and the DC012 are the same radio. I would not pay a higher price for the DC012-CL radio. Find the company that has the best price for the DC012 and order it. If you live in California, the box will likely be labelled as a DC012-CL but it will contain a DC012 radio.
Date published: 2015-12-17
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