Bosch BC130 9-3/5-to-24-Volt Stick and Pod Style 30-Minute Battery Charger

BC130 Type: Single-Bay (part# BC130) This item features: -Microprocessor measures internal battery conditions Optimizes energy flow and maximizes battery charge capacity. -New charging indicator with 2 LEDs is easy to read and provides instant charging status. -Batt. Charging Cap.: 9.6 – 24 Volt. -Batt. Type: NiCad, Blue Core . -Price is for 1 Each.

Product Features

  • Quick charges – Keeps you supplied with charged batteries in 30 minutes or less
  • Microprocessor measures internal battery temperatures to optimize energy flow and maximizes battery charge capacity
  • Charges 9.6-Volt to 24-Volt
  • New charging indicator with 2 LEDs is easy to read and provides instant charging status

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2 Responses to Bosch BC130 9-3/5-to-24-Volt Stick and Pod Style 30-Minute Battery Charger

  1. IVIGuy says:

    Brown Gray Yellow Silver If you’re reading this review chances are it’s because the BC130 charger that came with your Bosch cordless power tool no longer works and you’re shopping for a new one. That’s what happened when I went to charge the batteries for my cordless drill in preparation for a weekend project, plugged it in and it was dead. Needless to say, I didn’t get much done that weekend.An Internet search suggests that the Bosch BC130 has a ridiculously short lifespan and those of us that have braved…

  2. JoeBrownToolGuy says:

    Worked Great “30 Minute Charger” is the way to go WHILE IT LASTED I bought this because I lost/misplaced/someone stole/who the heck knows my charger that came with my Bosch cordless drill motor. I gritted my teeth when I bought it because I was sure the original would turn up as soon as the funds were deducted from my bank account. Whatever. This charger is fast. It charges my batteries in less than 30 minutes. I use it in my community garden. After a couple of hours of regular drilling, I replace the battery with a second and run the first home. Often after…