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New Milwaukee rapid charger charges batteries over 3X faster


There is no denying new technology has made life a little easier and more convenient. However, when it comes to using wireless tools, it always seems like we are waiting on things to charge. Wouldn’t it be nice if things could charge at the same time — and faster? To answer those requests, Milwaukee Tool has expanded its lineup of charging productivity products with the launch of the M18 Dual Bay Simultaneous Rapid Charger.

The new M18 Dual Bay Simultaneous Rapid Charger charges two packs over three times faster when compared to Milwaukee standard sequential chargers, all while maintaining full M18 system compatibility. The battery charger accepts all Milwaukee M18 batteries, providing a charging upgrade throughout the entire platform. With the new charger, users can rapidly charge two batteries at the same time, utilizing a single outlet & eliminating the need to take multiple chargers to the jobsite. Equipped with REDLINK Intelligence, the new charger optimizes charge rates based on battery type and temperature, delivering the best combination of charge time and pack life.

The introduction of the M18 Dual Bay Simultaneous Rapid Charger represents another opportunity for M18 users to experience significantly-reduced charge durations, allowing them to get more work done throughout the day.

Check out the options below: 

Super Charger

M18 and M12 Super Charger 48-59-1811 – $169.00

Rapid Charger

M18 and M12 Rapid Charger 48-59-1808 – $79.00

M18 Dual Bay Simultaneous Rapid Charger 48-59-1802 – $139.00 – NEW!

M18 and M12 Rapid Charge Station 48-59-1807 – $199.00

Standard Charger

M18 and M12 Multi-Voltage Charger 48-59-1812 – $59.00

M18 and M12 Vehicle Charger 48-59-1810 – $119.00

M18 Six Pack Sequential Charger 48-59-1806 – $119.00

M12 Charger 48-59-2401 – $55.00

M12 Compact Charger and Power Source 48-59-1201 – $59.00

M12 Four Bay Sequential Charger 48-59-1204 – $99.00

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