Makita DC18SD LXT Battery Charger 18v Li-ion 240v sale Limited 2017

Pinner, London £40.00

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Description

Model Number: DC18SD

MAKDC18SD Makita DC18SD (240V)
The Makita DC18SD 240V Li-ion 14.4v - 18v 60-90 Minute Charger uses a CPU to communicate with the batteries built in memory chip during a charge cycle, which analyses the data stored in the battery chip to decide on the best charging method at that time. This innovative technology results in longer battery life.
Built in sounds on the DC18SD let you know charging status and completion. Makita Forced Air Cooling Fan technology cools the battery during charging by forcing cool air through the battery' s built-in air vents prolonging the life of the battery.

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