Milwaukee M18 Jobsite Radio/Charger 2792-20

Brand:
Milwaukee
Model:
2792-20
Price:
$200

Description

Built-In Charger: Quick, convenient charging of all M18™ batteries
Exclusive Digital Bluetooth® Receiver: Streams audio wirelessly from over 100 feet away
USB Power Port: 50% faster device charging, plugged in or on the go
Premium Speakers and 40-Watt Amplifier: Produce a rich, full sound
Customizable Equalizer and 10-Station Preset: Delivers personalized, enhanced sound
Reinforced Roll Cage and Metal Handles: Protects against abusive jobsite conditions
Weather-Sealed Compartment: Offers on-board protection for small belongings and a smart phone
On-Board Bottle Opener: For convenience on and off the job site

The Milwaukee® M18™ Jobsite Radio/Charger is the first charging radio to bring the power of Bluetooth® to the jobsite, while delivering the industry's best reception and sound. The most advanced radio of its kind, the M18™ Jobsite Radio/Charger features a Bluetooth® receiver so you can stream rich, full sound wirelessly from over 100 feet away. Its unique battery charger allows you to charge any M18™ battery without sacrificing reception or sound quality. For added versatility, a high-power USB port allows you to charge most portable electronic devices over 50% faster than any competitor. The M18™ Radio/Charger's lightweight, high-strength design includes a reinforced roll cage for protection from weather and abusive jobsite conditions. The radio/charger also offers the industry's largest on-board, weather-sealed storage compartment to protect your small belongings and smart phones. A 16" auxiliary input cord and 2 AAA batteries are included.

Voltage 18V
Battery M18™ REDLITHIUM™
Charger 18V charger
Tool Warranty 1 Year
Length 12"
Weight 17 lbs
Height 15"
Width 12"
Modes FM/AM, AUX, Bluetooth
USB Port 2.1 Amps
Station Presets 10
Customizable Equalizer Yes

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