Milwaukee Adds Six Pack Sequential Charger

Originally published: 12.21.12 by


Milwaukee Tool Corporation has introduced the M18 Six Pack Sequential Charger.  

The charger is Energy Star rated, according to the company, and will sequentially charge up to six battery packs of any Milwaukee M18 LITHIUM-ION battery. 

“With the expansion of the M18 system and the wide adoption of the platform, users often have many tools that require multiple M18 LITHIUM-ION batteries,” says Justin Hermsen, Assistant Product Manager for Milwaukee Electric Tool Corporation.  “With the new six pack charger, users can reduce the amount of time spent changing out batteries, increasing productivity on the jobsite.” 

The new Six Pack Sequential Charger will be made available in January 2013. It features a compact design, integrated hang holes for vertical mounting, and a pass through plug to conserve outlet space, the company says. The new unit will charge M18 compact batteries in 30 minutes and extended capacity (XC) batteries in 60 minutes.

For more information: www.milwaukeetool.com

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