Ryobi 18V Li-Ion & Ni-Cd Battery Charger

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4892210106001

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Ryobi 18V Li-Ion & Ni-Cd Battery Charger

Product code:
4892210106001
Ryobi 18V Li-Ion & Ni-Cd Battery Charger

Price

£89.99

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Make sure your power tools are always good to go with this battery charger - it only takes 90 minutes for a full recharge.

  • Guarantee - 2 years

Features and Benefits

Supplied with 6 ports to accommodate Ryobi 18V batteries, this wall mountable charger means you'll always have a charged battery ready to use. The LED display shows which batteries are charged and the 'maintenance mode' ensures batteries you store on your charge are conditioned for top performance.

  • Charges batteries within a temperature range of 0°C to 50°C
  • Dual chemistry charger for use with all Ryobi 18V batteries
  • A great way to store and maintain all of your ONE+ batteries
  • Part of One+ range powering over 40 tools

Technical Specifications

Technical specification of Ryobi 18V Li-Ion & Ni-Cd Battery Charger
Brand Ryobi
Colour description Green
Chargeable battery type Li-ion and Ni-Cd
Charge indicator Charge indicator
Voltage rating 18V
Voltage 240V
Minimum output voltage 18V
Maximum output voltage 18V
Model BCS618

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