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cordless radio DCR010 / Bluetooth

 

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With dual 3-inch woofers, the 12V/20V MAX* Jobsite Bluetooth® Speaker delivers premium sound with powerful bass and loud volume. The speaker is compatible with 12V MAX* and 20V MAX* batteries (sold separately) and comes equipped with a standard detachable power cord to operate off of a 120V wall outlet.

It can also be used with a FLEXVOLT® Battery for extended runtime (sold separately).

 

Available where DEWALT products are sold in October 2018, the 12V/20V MAX* Jobsite Bluetooth® Speaker will come bare for $99 MSRP (DCR010).

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always browsing the web; just found press release
 
cordless radio DCR010 / Bluetooth
 
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With dual 3-inch woofers, the 12V/20V MAX* Jobsite Bluetooth[emoji768] Speaker delivers premium sound with powerful bass and loud volume. The speaker is compatible with 12V MAX* and 20V MAX* batteries (sold separately) and comes equipped with a standard detachable power cord to operate off of a 120V wall outlet.
It can also be used with a FLEXVOLT[emoji768] Battery for extended runtime (sold separately).
 
Available where DEWALT products are sold in October 2018, the 12V/20V MAX* Jobsite Bluetooth[emoji768] Speaker will come bare for $99 MSRP (DCR010).
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1 hour ago, Jronman said:

chargers, radios, etc. have slowly stopped supporting 12v. As of late products are slowly adding 12v support back.

 

I know, just being sarcastic. DeWalt hasn't given a crap about 12v for the last 6 years so part of me wonders why they even acknowledge its compatibility.

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They have 12v lasers as well. Also the wall scanner. That little 12v flashlight. Still some solid and heavily used tools in the 12v line. 12v is the perfect size for them. It's a system that's not nearly as diverse as the 20v but the tools the 12v fits on, you wouldn't want a 20v battery on there. I wouldn't anyway.

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