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Milwaukee 48-59-2401 12-Volt Lithium-ion Battery Charger


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  • Includes 12-Volt compact lithium-ion charger - 48-59-2401
  • 5-Year warranty
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Milwaukee 48-59-2401 12-Volt Lithium-ion Battery Charger + Milwaukee 48-11-2401 12-Volt Lithium-ion Cordless Tool Battery + Milwaukee 49-24-0145 12-Volt Worklight
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Part Number48-59-2401
Item Weight612 g
Product Dimensions23.6 x 16.3 x 9.4 cm
Item model number48-59-2401
Voltage12 volts
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Included?No
Batteries Required?No
  
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ASINB000YQ9U2E
Best Sellers Rank #14,907 in Tools & Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight612 g
Date First AvailableAug. 3 2011
  
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The Milwaukee 48-59-2401 12-Volt lithium-ion battery charger charges 12-Volt compact lithium-ion batteries in 30-minutes, has an easy to load battery design and its slim profile conserves bench top space. Includes 12-Volt compact lithium-ion charger - 48-59-2401.

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The Milwaukee 48-59-2401 12-Volt lithium-ion battery charger charges 12-Volt compact lithium-ion batteries in 30-minutes, has an easy to load battery design and its slim profile conserves bench top space. Includes 12-Volt compact lithium-ion charger - 48-59-2401


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Hugh M. Brule on Oct. 12 2013
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I love the Milwaukee Lithium-ion 12 volt tools, they're light weight and powerful, if you own any you need a charger, this works.
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By Karen Pelkey on Jan. 3 2014
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By jmgj on Sept. 28 2013
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this charger works as I expected it to. Haven't had it long enough to be a real test for it yet.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Works great - 5 stars - if you get a good one Aug. 30 2009
By Brian J. Buehler - Published on Amazon.com
Having purchased both the M12 drill and Hackzall kits, I've had 3 of these chargers in my posession. Only 1 worked perfectly out of the package. The first charger (with the drill kit), thought both battery packs were defective. Amazon sent me a new kit - with it's charger, all battery packs charged fine. Wanting more batteries and another charger, I ordered the Hackzall kit. Inserting the first battery to charge again lit the faulty pack lights. Looking into the charging well, one of the extra 3 sensor contacts was bent down flat on the bottom of the well. Bending it back got the charger working. While it's great that it was a simple problem, a factory fresh charger should not have a problem with functioning.

When I took the charger with the bent contact apart (T10 security bit), the inside of the charger seemed well designed. The case seems to be made of polycarbonate and the circuit boards are the high quality glass variety. There is no potting compound over the circuit parts like in the V18/28 chargers though. Also, the plug on the M12 charger is not a pass through like on the V18/28 chargers.

If Milwaukee sorts out the bugs and sends you a working charger, it's probably a 5 star device (it even has slots on the back for wall mounting!).
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Reliability (and warranty service) dissappoint Feb. 22 2010
By D. J. Smith - Published on Amazon.com
I bought the 2401-20 driver drill. Nice, convenient tool. It came with this charger. Unfortunately the charger died (similar symptoms as another reviewer here). What really frustrated me was the warranty service. I called my local serivce center and they asked me to produce the receipt. Remember that this product has a 5-year warranty, and has been in the market for <1 year. I'm basically S*O*L unless I can produce the receipt. Very un-impressive for a company that used to produce the most rugged tools on a jobsite.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Your Old Charger May Be Fine Jan. 31 2013
By G.F. - Published on Amazon.com
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Milwaukee is known for quality tools... but not this time. There are tons of people online telling of the same problem as I've had with these batteries. I bought this charger because my practically new batteries wouldn't charge. Same problem with new charger! Both chargers, old and new show "faulty battery" and refuse to give a charge. After many hours of researching on-line, no one seems to have discovered a solution, not even support from Milwaukee.
The best work around I've been able to come up with is to "jump start" the battery with my 12v sump pump battery using alligator clip leads and male spade terminal ends. (Take plastic cover off Milwaukee battery to determine + and -, then mark cover and re-attach.)
After a few minutes of "jump start" the Milwaukee charger seems happy enough to now recognize the battery and give it a charge. I've tried recharging when only half discharged but still no go. The batteries all seem to function fine except for this perpetual charging snafu.
Just a bad design that made it to market, and from what I've read on-line Milwaukee turns a deaf ear.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Went bad about a month after purchase Nov. 4 2010
By R. Nations - Published on Amazon.com
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Not a fault of the vendor I guess. I am in the process of trying to get it swapped out. The process it too slow. I'm disapointed in the product most.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I Have 4 of These and All Work Well. April 28 2013
By Michael DelModesto - Published on Amazon.com
I've reviewed the 11 M12 tools I own as well as the standard and XC batteries but neglected the importance of this charger until now. As I said in the title, I have 4 M12 chargers, 2 are over 3 years old, 1 is 2 years old and the newest is a few months old. None have failed yet, all of the 4 chargers still charge my standard M12 batteries from 1 light to 4 in about 1/2 an hr. The very first charger seemed to be broken because it blinked red/green which indicates a broken battery but I hadn't pushed the battery all the way down properly engaging it. After a quick online search I found a few complaints followed by sugggestions and voila, problem solved. Since then that charger and all subsequent M12 chargers I've gotten w/ my kits have been spot on, enduring a fair share of dusty, dirty jobsites w/o flaw (I DO vacuum all my tools & chargers after). They heat up when I charge 2 or 3 batteries in a row but I think that's expected.