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Old 05-03-2008, 09:31 AM   #1
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Re: DeWalt's New Built-In Cordless Tool Security System


That looks like it would come in handy I wonder if I could convert it for use with other brands How often does it need recharged?



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Well, it's a battery free system.

It has a little wind up device.

Their like DeWalt's Bit Kits, you can use them with any system.

You might need adapters though.

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