MAKITA DC10WD 12V Max CXT 12 Volt Lithium Ion Battery Charger

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MAK-DC10WD
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Model:
DC10WD
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$39.95
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The Makita DC10WD 12V max CXT Lithium-Ion tool series combines performance with superior ergonomics in a compact size. At the heart of this expanding tool series is the efficient 12V max charging system. The efficient 12V max CXT Charger will charge 12V max CXT 2.0Ah battery in 70 minutes, and a 12V max CXT 4.0Ah battery in 130 minutes. During the charging process, the charger communicates with the battery's built-in chip to optimize battery life by actively controlling current, voltage and temperature. For added convenience, the charger can be mounted on a wall to maximize work space.
•MAKITA DC10WD 12V Max CXT Lithium‑Ion Battery Charger for batteries: BL1016 BL1021B BL1041B
•Charger communicates with the battery's built-in chip throughout the charging process to optimize battery life by actively controlling current, voltage and temperature
•Charging status lights indicate the time it will take to charge a CXT® battery
•Charges a 12V max CXT® Lithium-Ion 1.5Ah battery in only 50 minutes
•Charges a 12V max CXT® Lithium-Ion 2.0Ah battery in only 70 minutes
•Charges a 12V max CXT® Lithium-Ion 4.0Ah battery in only 130 minutes
•Wall mountable to maximize work space
•Part of the expanding 12V max CXT® series, combining performance with superior ergonomics in a compact size
•Not compatible with 12V max pod-style batteries
•Only use genuine Makita batteries
Includes Makita warranty. For complete warranty details visit the manufacturer website at makitatools.com

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