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The Makita DC18RD chargers two batteries at a time, making it a vital part of any job site or busy home workshop. The most asked question we receive is how long it takes to charge batteries? The Makita DC18RD charge time depends on the amperage of the batteries; so below we have listed the charge times:
The Makita 18V LXT Li-ion 5.0Ah battery, BL1850B-L, charges faster and works longer than standard Li-ion batteries, giving you and your cordless tools unmatched performance and productivity to take on the most demanding applications.
The Makita 5.0Ah battery combines more run time (66% more run time per charge than the Makita BL1830 3.0Ah battery) with a category-leading charge time of only 45 minutes, so it spends more time working and less time sitting on the charger. For added convenience, it also features an L.E.D. charge level indicator to monitor battery charge. The BL1850B-L resists self-discharge so it is ready for use even after long periods of little to no usage.