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DeWALT DC012 Worksite MP3 Tool Lithium Ion Battery Charger Radio

Item# SPM8495294502 | Model# DC012 | Added on September 23, 2009 |
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DeWALT DC012 Worksite MP3 Tool Lithium Ion Battery Charger Radio

The DEWALT DC012 - work site charger/radio is a 1 hour charger for 7.2 V to 18 V DEWALT battery packs (Except univalent®). It also runs off the 7.2 V to 18 V DEWALT batteries making it a cordless radio. The 3-stage charging system provides maximum run-time and extends overall life of the battery. The power outlets offer more versatility for jobsite power. It has an AM/FM digital tuner with LCD display, built-in clock, and 15 station memory presets. It has high efficiency weather resistant speakers with dual bass ports for maximum bass and range.Feature Benefits
  • 1 hour charger for 7.2 V to 18 V DEWALT battery packs (Except univalent®)
  • Runs off of 7.2 V to 18 V DEWALT batteries making it a cordless radio
  • The DEWALT 3 - stage charging system provides maximum run-time and extends overall life of the battery
  • Power outlets offer more versatility for jobsite power
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By dewalt
January 5th, 2018
The radio stopped playing.

I bought this radio ' and it worked for several months. and then it would not play any longer. I am not sure what to do with it. I hope it is not going to be a 14# paper weight.

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dewalt

Don’t waste your money

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My dad and I each bought one of these. Within 2 years, both of them quit working. Dad’s Just stopped playing altogether and mine has some kind of short in the tuning dial. When you try to tune it jumps all over the frequency spectrum. I have to play/finesse the dial for a while before I finally get lucky and hit my desired station. Pretty disappointing for a company known for tough tools. This thing is junk.

April 13th via dewalt
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dewalt

Just stopped working

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For something that was supposed to be rugged tough and long-lasting, this radio was a real disappointment. It just sat on the counter in my garage almost never moving and with only a dozen uses per year probably. It just stopped working what a waste of my hard-earned money.

July 22nd via dewalt
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DBHowell

Can come in handy

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<p>Haven't used these yet, but have in case of emergency, or to just help someone out. Compact &amp; easy to store in trunk or under seat.</p>

June 28th via sears.com
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dewalt

The radio stopped playing.

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I bought this radio ' and it worked for several months. and then it would not play any longer. I am not sure what to do with it. I hope it is not going to be a 14# paper weight.

January 5th via dewalt
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gee54232

Good but not great

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<p>Overall, Dewalt has the best work-site radio for 3 reasons: 1. It can be used as a charger, 2. It can run off of the charged battery if there isn't an electrical outlet available, and 3. It charges ALL Dewalt batteries. Li-ION, Ni-Cads, of all voltages. Dewalt has a huge advantage in the fact they have designed their older batteries (ie, a Ni-Cad 18V) to be compatible with the newer batteries (ie, a LI-ION 18V) of the same voltage. This certainly helps with the radio as well, since it can charge most Dewalt batteries made in the last several years. Most work-site radios only play from a fully charged tool battery; they DO NOT charge the batteries. <br />Positives: Everything mentioned above, plus a very good digital layout and controls, and very rugged. Overall a very good design. The aux input for IPods, or other MP3 players, is really handy. They have resolved many of the issues of the older models. <br />Negatives: Sound is so-so. Not enough mid-range and treble sounds, too much base. Its acceptable, but not sure why Dewalt didn't invest in a little better speakers. Also, radio reception is just &quot;ok&quot;. I hate it when you walk around a radio and the signal fades in and out. That's what this one does if the signal isn't super strong. <br /><br /></p>

March 27th via sears.com
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