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Extended Battery Replacement 2.0Ah 20V for Black & Decker Power Tools - $19.99 + Free Shipping

bartyboy201 159 621 August 17, 2016 at 12:23 PM in Tools (4) More Amazon Deals
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Not an OEM battery. Decent price though for what are bound to be poor quality 18650 cells.
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not familiar with the term 18650 cells, what does that mean? how would this function compared to an OEM battery?
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Quote from funkadunk8 View Post :
not familiar with the term 18650 cells, what does that mean? how would this function compared to an OEM battery?
He is referring to the kind of individual battery he believes is in this. The inside of any battery on a tool or laptop consists of batteries wired in series or parallel or whatever. Think old-school portable telephone battery packs. 18650 is a size of battery, just like AA is a size of what normally is alkaline or nimh.

It should last longer, charge faster, and have an overall longer life compared to the OEM NiCad pack.

What I don't know is how you charge it. I doubt you can just use the standard OEM charger without some modification.
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Yes this will work with the standard charger (no modification needed) however this is not a very slick deal in my opinion. Same deal as this one here [amazon.com]

Will charge faster then the OEM battery most likely but definitely will not have a longer life then the standard OEM battery. Even though it says high capacity I would trust a standard OEM battery over an aftermarket extended battery any day. And if it sits for too long without regular use the battery will most likley deplete itself due to the low quality cells, and if it sits for too long it will also not even charge up after putting it on the charger.

Just my professional opinion.
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Keep an eye out for B+D clearances at walmart, Saw a 20v hedge trimmer on clearance for $20 (YMMV) and it came with a battery, been a lot of those lately
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thanks for the input guys
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#8
looking at this it appears to me it would look on porter cable Li-Ion tools as well. not sure just guessing
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I need the charger. any Slickdeals advice?
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I will second the comments of "buy OEM only". I've seen knockoff AC Adapters and batteries for years on eBay, and I wouldn't touch them with a 10 foot extension cord.

I was given an AC Adapter from a very reputable company, and it worked great on my ThinkPad for many years (didn't have one to use at home) until it caught fire. I've scored enough AC adapters over the years since to not worry about this (I think there are 4 on my desk right now), so it's not an issue.

I would have been all over this deal - until I thought "that picture doesn't look right".

I like the Wal-Mart tip - I did buy a new in package battery there last fall - but didn't think about buying a new appliance.
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Quote from jd254 View Post :
I need the charger. any Slickdeals advice?
Walmart also has B&D 20v chargers on clearance. I saw one today for around $20, at my local WM. I would have bought one, but I already have a decent charger. Along with the other chargers I got with my tools, I have plenty.
On a related subject, I noticed the Craftsman Bolt-On charger is 400mA, whereas the charger that came with the B&D 22" trimmer is 400mA, & the charger for the B&D sweeper is only 200mA.
Back at Christmas I got the B&D deal with 4 tools(& 2 batteries), and that charger is 1.0A. I am only using 3(of 5) of the batteries that I have, & they last long enough to do what I need.
The Craftsman Diehard 20v Bolt-On battery does seem to last a little longer than the B&D batteries.
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I'd stick with OEM for quality and safety when it comes to batteries.
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