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Snap On 9.6 - 18 Volt Battery Charger Ctc420 - 1 12v Battery Ctb2512 - + Case on

US $89.95

Panama City, Florida, US

Panama City, Florida, US


I am selling a Snap On 9.6 - 18 volt Batter Charger + 1 12v Batteries + a case. This charger was found in a storage unit. I plugged in the charger and put the batteries on the charger and it charged to 100%. I can not guarantee they last long as I have NOT tested the batteries with any tools. There will be no refunds if one of the batteries doesn't last as long as you would have liked. Being a Snap On tool, there might be some kind of warranty. I do not know this for a fact though.

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