Ryobi 240V Li-Ion & Ni-Cd Battery Charger

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4892210117984
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4.8 out of 5 stars  (5)

Suitable for Ryobi Li-ion and Ni-Cd batteries, you don't have to worry about your tools running out of juice with this battery charger - it only takes 60 minutes for a full recharge. It comes with a full charge indicator for ease of use, especially when you have a lot of tasks that need completing.

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Order by 7pm (2pm on Sunday) for Next Day Delivery to anywhere in mainland UK. Christmas period delivery dates apply. Orders placed on 24/12/2014 before 12pm will be delivered on the 27/12/14, orders placed after 12pm will be delivered on the 29/12/2014

Order by 6pm (2pm on Sunday) for Next Day Collection from store. Christmas period collection dates apply. Orders placed on 24/12/2014 before 12pm will be delivered on the 27/12/14, orders placed after 12pm will be delivered on the 29/12/2014

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Technical specification of Ryobi 240V Li-Ion & Ni-Cd Battery Charger
Brand Ryobi
Colour description Black
Chargeable battery type Li-ion and Ni-Cd
Charge Indicator Yes
Voltage rating 240V
Minimum output voltage 18V
Maximum output voltage 18V
Model BCL1418H

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