DEWALT power tools are made to live on the jobsite. That is where they are tested, and if there is a problem, it’s where we solve it.
Select from a variety of 20 VOLT batteries to fit your need, or get up to eight times runtime when using DEWALT FLEXVOLT batteries with 20 VOLT tools.
Take charge with 200+ products in the 20 VOLT MAX line, each designed to fit the job. All tools come with upgraded features and superior ergonomics.
LED displays charge status.
Battery charge time is +/- 1.5 hour.
Compatible with DEWALT 20 VOLT and 18 VOLT Batteries.
3-Year Limited Warranty, 1-Year Free Service and 90-Day Money Back Guarantee.
No memory and virtually no self-discharge for maximum productivity and less downtime.
20 VOLT 4.0Ah and 5.0Ah batteries and 60 VOLT FLEXVOLT batteries are designed for longer runtimes and more power.
I would say it can’t. I bought one because I had multiple 20 V batteries and tools. At the time I needed a brad nailer that only came in 18 V. It worked but had issues(resolved by taking battery out and putting it back in). At the time Dewault didn’t acknowledge an issue, they must have figured out which one combination had problems.
I have no problem removing the adapter. I think its a great adapter
It is an adapter and doesn’t go into a charger.
everything went smoothly and works great thanks
Only 18v tools
Yes. There's 2 little pieces of plastic that you can cut off and make it work. Very minor
Not my 18v old school raduo but sure of my model. Not my old vac either. My old finish nailer hated it and worked randomly bad with it. My grinder, sabre, saw and drills it was ok. Forced me to upgrade my set to now mostly 20v. Reviews typically state its hard to remove from tools...Its just a knack to get out: Pinch tabs firmly and close to the tool firmly pull straight out. There is a good arguement for just upgrading to 18v lithium batteries instead depending on your use. It helped me transition with my upgrades if thats your purpose.