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This charger is a four-port fast charger that charges 12V MAX, 20V MAX, and FLEXVOLT 20V/60V MAX batteries at the same time. This fast charger quickly charges a 4.0Ah 20V MAX battery in 40 minutes, and a 6.0Ah 20V MAX battery in 60 minutes.

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  • All ports charge at the same time
  • Charges 12V, 20V MAX, and FLEXVOLT 20V/60V MAX batteries
  • 8 amps output per port (simultaneously)
  • Charges 4 DCB204 battery in 40 mins
  • Charges 4 DCB606 battery in 60 mins
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I have the DCB1800 also and love it as an inverter, not so much as a battery charger. While it will do 4 batteries simultaneously, it does so more slowly compared to my other stand alone chargers. The big FlexVolt batteries take forever to charge with it. Good for overnight, not good to recharge them during a lunch break. I looked up the specs and the DCB1800 charges at 2 amps per port, while the fast charger in this post claims 8 amps per port. So if you need batteries charged in a hurry(lunch hour) get the one in this post.
If you don't mind the slow charge but would love the convenience of a powerful inverter, the DCB1800 is amazing. Great for sump pumps in the basement vs a generator. No noise and it lasts a long time since it isn't running all the time like a generator which only actually needs to be on for a few seconds every 10 minutes or so when the sump pump kicks on.

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Great charger a must have for daily construction if your tryin to go strictly cordless. First time ive really ever seen this on sale b4 so jump on it while you can
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Just picked this up for $179 no tax, this deal is $173 with tax for me. Not bad!
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For the contractor that cares about his tradesmen
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I have the version of this that has an AC-inverter so that it can reverse and provide AC power from your batteries. So you could use it to power a plug-in tool for some length of time, depending on what the tool is and what batteries you have installed. It is a beast. Very impressive. I would guess it has the same charger mechanism as this box. Unlike lower multi-chargers like the Ryobi, this one charges simultaneously not sequentially.

EDIT some replies below mention that the one in this deal has a much higher charge rate than the one in the older inverter model. So even though the inverter one also charges 4 simultaneously, it is slower, which makes a big difference on large batteries such as the FlexVolt series.
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Oh...NOW it goes on sale!

Damn it.

It's a very nice charger. Have it strapped to the back of the drivers seat so I never forget to charge my shit.

As someone said previously, get it while you can. This has never been on sale.

The other one that's an inverter is large and has its own little cage. All of my tools are cordless and anything that needs to be plugged in requires way more juice than batteries can last for. I can see it being used if you need a printer, I suppose.

But I'm sure there are more uses even outside of construction for that larger one.
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Other than less cords and such, I don't really see an advantage of this over separate chargers, which any serious cordless user has a million of.
Because the chargers that come with most dewalt tools are complete shit and this is a fast charger. Less cords is very important on a jobsite.
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I have the version of this that has an AC-inverter so that it can reverse and provide AC power from your batteries. So you could use it to power a plug-in tool for some length of time, depending on what the tool is and what batteries you have installed. It is a beast. Very impressive. I would guess it has the same charger mechanism as this box. Unlike lower multi-chargers like the Ryobi, this one charges simultaneously not sequentially.
The power station is nice that its also a charger but thats for ppl who still use some corded tools and it cost more. That is also a 4 port standard charger unlike this is a fast charger. So for ppl who use only cordless this is the better option at a better price
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Oh...NOW it goes on sale!

Damn it.

It's a very nice charger. Have it strapped to the back of the drivers seat so I never forget to charge my shit.

As someone said previously, get it while you can. This has never been on sale.

The other one that's an inverter is large and has its own little cage. All of my tools are cordless and anything that needs to be plugged in requires way more juice than batteries can last for. I can see it being used if you need a printer, I suppose.

But I'm sure there are more uses even outside of construction for that larger one.
I think you would be surprised... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6eB6Np99g9I
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I have the version of this that has an AC-inverter so that it can reverse and provide AC power from your batteries. So you could use it to power a plug-in tool for some length of time, depending on what the tool is and what batteries you have installed. It is a beast. Very impressive. I would guess it has the same charger mechanism as this box. Unlike lower multi-chargers like the Ryobi, this one charges simultaneously not sequentially.
I have the DCB1800 also and love it as an inverter, not so much as a battery charger. While it will do 4 batteries simultaneously, it does so more slowly compared to my other stand alone chargers. The big FlexVolt batteries take forever to charge with it. Good for overnight, not good to recharge them during a lunch break. I looked up the specs and the DCB1800 charges at 2 amps per port, while the fast charger in this post claims 8 amps per port. So if you need batteries charged in a hurry(lunch hour) get the one in this post.
If you don't mind the slow charge but would love the convenience of a powerful inverter, the DCB1800 is amazing. Great for sump pumps in the basement vs a generator. No noise and it lasts a long time since it isn't running all the time like a generator which only actually needs to be on for a few seconds every 10 minutes or so when the sump pump kicks on.
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I have the version of this that has an AC-inverter so that it can reverse and provide AC power from your batteries. So you could use it to power a plug-in tool for some length of time, depending on what the tool is and what batteries you have installed. It is a beast. Very impressive. I would guess it has the same charger mechanism as this box. Unlike lower multi-chargers like the Ryobi, this one charges simultaneously not sequentially.
This one doesn't even have that inverter option? Dang, I thought it was still too much money when I thought it was that version lol.

I'd definitely get the inverter one if you are gonna get a big charger. Otherwise it just seems very overpriced for having many chargers in a compact space.
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