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Makita DC18SE 18V Lithium-Ion Vehicle Charger
Model#: MKTNDC18SE
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Makita DC18SE 18V Lithium-Ion Vehicle Charger

Model#: MKTNDC18SE
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Features:
  • Charges 18V LXT Lithium-Ion batteries from a 12V automotive outlet
  • Charge your batteries on the go
  • Perfect for utility and maintenance crews
  • Full charge of an 18 Volt LXT Lithium-Ion battery in 60 minutes - 30% faster than an Ni-MH automotive battery charger
  • Comprehensive charge status lights
  • Cooling fan
  • Diagnostic lights
Includes:
  • 18V Lithium-Ion Vehicle Charger - DC18SE

Specifications

Battery Style: Slide
Battery Type: Li-Ion
Voltage: 18V

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Makita18V Lithium-Ion Vehicle Charger
 
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4.0

A little slow charging requires >12V

By portable in life

from Boulder, CO

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Pros

  • Durable Construction
  • Good Cord Length
  • Same design as 120V charg

Cons

  • Fairly slow charging good

Best Uses

  • Best for portable use
  • Portable Electronics
  • Travel

Comments about 18V Lithium-Ion Vehicle Charger:

This product is best for portable charging like in the car or anywhere the standard 120V charger will not work. Portable inverters are not recommended with the 120V charger as it will most likely destroy your batteries. While a little slow, it works well.
A drawback- it requires more than just battery power, the engine must run, so charge while driving!

  • Primary use:
  • Personal

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