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PostPosted: Sat Feb 20, 2010 9:48 am 
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http://www.dm-tools.co.uk/product.php/s ... n/DEWDC022
£90 in dm-tools, cheapest I have found. SFD still selling them at £170 :shock:

My single dewalt battery charger got smashed, so needed a new one. Thought it would be handy to have a dual charger, and had a look about. They came in at about £60, and then when i seen this unit for £30 over this price I thought it was worth the extra.

It charges fine and the light is a standard looking 2D strip light type. Gives plenty of light out. Its actually been the handiest for just hanging on a hook in the van, and using it as a light inside the van.

The heavy duty bar that runs over the top of the light is great for hanging the light up high and then angle the light down onto the job.

Also found the socket on the side of the unit to be usefull.

All in all a usefull bit of kit (if a little large).


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Looks like a handy piece of kit :thumbright:

How long does the light last from a single battery?

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will need to do a test for that one, as i have it cordless, then plugged in, so never run the battery down.............will get back to you :thumbright:


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