DeWalt Compact Worksite Radio
- Beefy housing stands up to the rigors of worksite abuse
- Device storage box protects phones and MP3 players from debris and damage
Plays from a Slew of Sources
- Picks up old-fashioned radio waves
- 3.5mm auxiliary input connects to smartphones, MP3 players, or portable satellite receivers
Versatile Power Options
- Runs on 12V MAX/18V/20V MAX battery packs
- Can be plugged into an AC outlet
- Can be powered by power cords of DeWalt power tool batteries
- USB port charges other devices when the radio is plugged into a wall outlet
- Model number: DCR018
- Product dimensions: 7”x10”x10”
- Weight: 7lb.
- Condition: new
Many premier companies have their genesis in one simple idea, tool, or accident. DeWalt’s was a tool born from a stroke of genius. In 1922, woodworking superintendent Raymond DeWalt figured out a way to group a saw, a radial arm, and a motor in a way that greatly boosted the versatility of the humble saw, reducing the time and number of people required to do even some of the most basic woodworking tasks. His contraption, the Wonder-Worker, led him to form DeWalt in 1924, and over the years, the company’s name came to be seen on a wide range of power tools and accessories. Even with an already-grand collection of products, DeWalt is always looking for the next big thing. The company invites tinkerers to submit their own inventions and asks workers what tools they would like to see.