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Posted 6 May 2023

JCB 18v Cordless Multi Tool, Bare Unit, Variable Speed, Anti-Vibration & Tool-Free Blade Changing, 3 Year Warranty £29.95 @ Amazon

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  • The 18V Cordless Multi Tool ideal for cutting, sawing, scraping, grinding, sanding and more
  • Suitable for wood, metal, plastic and tiles
  • Has anti-vibration technology for enhanced safety and comfort
  • Ergonomic design with rubber grip overmould for increased user comfort
  • Tool free blade change system for quick and easy blade changes
  • This tool is sold as a 'Bare' Tool (without a battery or charger) but is compatible with all batteries and chargers across the 18V JCB power tool range
  • Backed up by UK support and our JCB 3 Year Warranty
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  1. BenjaminDover99's avatar
    Yet another battery ecosystem then. It's about time someone stepped in and forces a standard connection for power tools as it's crazy.
    I already have Bosch Power 4 All, Einhell & Ozito, Fatmax, and Bosch Pro tools, batteries, & chargers. There's no reason, other than brands forcing us, that all of these batteries and chargers couldn't be used for all of these tools.
    This is a great price for a tool i'm actually in the market for, but I can't use it unless I get yet another battery and charger I can't use it. Ridiculous.
    I probably have 15-20 batteries and around 10 chargers when I'd really only need 4 batteries and a couple of chargers at most if someone would get a grip and standardise this stuff.
    noseley's avatar
    100 percent needed! I hate that I had been tied to a brand because I didn't want to have a million different batteries and chargers.

    I did however discover 3d printable adaptors on thingyverse with a bit of tinkering can make adaptors for any tool using your choice of batteries. Lots of YouTube videos on it too.

    However that don't change the fact that manufacturers are acting with greed and no concern about environmental impact and tool longevity/lifespan.
  2. FionnMac's avatar
    I happen to have a JCB drill, about 10 years old and I think 18v - might the charger and battery be compatible?

    I'm just being lazy, I'll dig it out myself and try and work it out... but if anyone happens to know!