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DeWALT Charger Speed Test




I thought it would be interesting to compare how fast the DeWALT DCB115 chargers a battery compared to the DCB118 “fast” charger. In the video we charge 2 DeWALT 5ah batteries side by side to find out how long it takes each charger to give a full charge. The DCB115 is a 4 amp charger and the DCB118 is an 8 amp charger. DeWALT also has a 2 amp charger, it is model DCB112.

Below are the current prices (as of 6/2/19) for the DCB118 and DCB115.

DCB118 Fast Charger

  • Amazon: Check price.
  • Home Depot: $94
  • Northern Tool: $94
  • ToolBarn: $94
  • Acme Tools: $94

  • DCB115 4 amp charger

  • Amazon: Check price.
  • Home Depot: $74
  • ToolBarn: $74
  • CPO: $74
  • Acme Tools: $74

  • DEWALT FLEXVOLT 20V MAX Charger, Rapid Charge (DCB118)
    4,263 Reviews
    DEWALT FLEXVOLT 20V MAX Charger, Rapid Charge (DCB118)
    • Compatible with all 20V MAX* and 60V MAX* DEWALT batteries
    • Internal fan of DEWALT 20V battery charger pulls air across battery to cool and reduce hot/cold pack delays
    • This fan assisted cooling results in faster charge times and reduced downtime in the field for DEWALT battery
    • Charges a DCB606 FLEX VOLT battery in 60 minutes
    DEWALT 20V MAX* Charger (DCB115)
    • Package Dimensions: 7.7 L x 1.4 H x 3.9 W (inches)
    • Package Weight : 1.5 pounds
    • Country of Origin : China
    • Charges all Dewalt 12V to 20V Max Li Ion Batteries

    Promotion availability and prices can change at any time on Amazon. Information included on this page is accurate as of 2024-05-19 at 02:40 CST.

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    1. Matt Cook

      Maybe discharge the batteries again and re do the test after switching the batteries to account for possible differences in the charging capacities/condition/age of the batteries? Average the two charging times?