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DeWalt DCR020 240v XR Li-ion DAB/FM Compact Radio (BARE UNIT) £52 @ FFX / Ebay
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DeWalt XR Li-ion DAB/FM Compact Radio 240V - DCR020

The DeWalt DCR020 is a compact and robust DAB (+)/FM job site radio. It is ideal for professional job sites and for use at home. it is compatible with 10.8V, 14.4V and 18V batteries and has a 1.8m power cord with wrap around cord storage. The integral roll cage protects the radio from damage and provides maximum durability.

Features and Benefits:


- Tech box on-board storage protects portable audio devices
- 3.5mm Auxiliary port and USB charging port inside Tech Box (USB charging AC only)
- Integral roll cage provides impact resistance for maximum durability
- 1.8m power cord with wrap-around cord storage

Technical Specifications:

- Radio Power Source - AC/DC
- Radio Frequencies - DAB(+)/FM
- Weight - 2.8Kg

Supplied With:

1 x DeWalt DCR020 240v XR Li-ion DAB/FM Compact Radio Bare Unit

Body Only / Naked Macine, Not Supplied With Batteries Or Charger.
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Excellent price,well spotted!
Is the dab any good on this, can it pick up most stations without constantly loosing reception? I currently have a Makita dab radio which is the last Makita item I have since changing to DeWalt but that's good just annoying with the different batteries and charger.
tovtm18/07/2019 17:13

Is the dab any good on this, can it pick up most stations without …Is the dab any good on this, can it pick up most stations without constantly loosing reception? I currently have a Makita dab radio which is the last Makita item I have since changing to DeWalt but that's good just annoying with the different batteries and charger.


The Makita is a better radio. There was a common fault on these where the on/off button failed after a while (mine has) have to unhitch the battery to turn off fully.

Nonetheless its not a badlittle Radio for that money.

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The Makita radio has ridiculous bass, which gets unbearable after a while. The dewalt is decent enough, mine has the silly power button issue also but it works and I've gotten used to it. Definitely worth the price above.
FraserGordon-5ada2.1984018/07/2019 18:40

The Makita radio has ridiculous bass, which gets unbearable after a while. …The Makita radio has ridiculous bass, which gets unbearable after a while. The dewalt is decent enough, mine has the silly power button issue also but it works and I've gotten used to it. Definitely worth the price above.


So with this power button issue all it means is you have to take the battery out to turn it off?
I agree.....the bass extension on the Makita is horrible and makes it hard to hear music properly. I've got an old DeWalt one that runs on the old batteries and it's been outside every day come rain or shine for at least the last 5 years and it's still going strong 😁
tovtm18/07/2019 18:43

So with this power button issue all it means is you have to take the …So with this power button issue all it means is you have to take the battery out to turn it off?


Yes, turning the power off by button, only kind of mutes it down to a very low volume.

Only other gripe is the power lead, it never stays on the loop.
They May of fixed the issue on the later produced units.
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tovtm18/07/2019 18:43

So with this power button issue all it means is you have to take the …So with this power button issue all it means is you have to take the battery out to turn it off?


Yes you have to take the battery out for it to turn off fully. Also when you plug it in, it comes on but you need to press the power button. It's a strange one but it works perfectly fine.
ive got one of these for when im in the garage working on cars or the garden. I only ever use it on mains power. no issues with the power button here. I do think the bass is too high on it though so if you want to turn the volume up a bit you end up distorting the sound as the speaker / amp isn't up to the job. There doesn't seem to be any equaliser settings to turn the bass down or the treble up ect. Still its a decent radio just a bit big I guess.
These are like Like a woman having a matching handbag accessory for her outfit. it's a radio They are pretty indestructible.
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