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Select Walmart Stores/B&M [Store Locator] has Black & Decker 20V MAX Lithium Ion Battery (LBXR20, link is just for reference) on sale for $13 valid for In-Store Purchase only (Limited Availability). Thanks anothauserhere

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This battery can hold a charge for up to 18 months and is compatible with the 20-volt MAX line of power and gardening tools. - Randy71

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Black & Decker 20-Volt MAX Lithium Ion Battery - $13.00

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Black & Decker 20-Volt MAX Lithium Ion Battery
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Black-...y/37131536

Black & Decker 20-Volt MAX Lithium Ion Battery

MSRP: $51.81
SKU: 37131536
UPC: 885911274906

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Black & Decker 20-Volt MAX Lithium Ion Battery:
20-volt lithium-ion battery
Holds a charge up to 18 months
2-year warranty
Model# LBXR20

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20V is the voltage the battery can achieve while charging. It's 18V for practical purposes, but as you pointed out the product line + battery has to match.
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If it fits, it probably won't burn it out and you might get some additional performance from the tool if you're 18V battery was NiCd/NiMH chemistry and old/dying. The downside to higher voltage is a negligible reduction in the life of the tool.

Also, if the pack fits your existing 18V tool as is, it likely wasn't an oversight by Black and Decker and they approve the use of their 20V batteries in their 18V tools.

I've upgraded a number of cordless power tools by switching from NiCd battery packs to the next-step-up-in-voltage lithium ion pack (the $10 24V 1.5Ah Kobalt packs are my favorite) without trouble. I even took a crappy off brand (Duratool) drill that used an 18V 5-cell lithium ion battery pack and mated it with a 24V 6-cell Kobalt pack without any issues and with a noticeable boost in speed and torque.

I hope this helps.
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1.5 amp ?
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call me dumb, but I have an 18 v black and decker. do I just add this because it's better? thnx
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call me dumb, but I have an 18 v black and decker. do I just add this because it's better? thnx
This will fit my 20v weedeater lineup up notches...the battery has to slide into the tools's battery housing.
This is exactly what my org battery looks like
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It's actually called "20v MAX" for some loophole-ish reason, the actual voltage is 18v, and it says this on the box, so no it won't burn it out, but, I don't believe the 20 volt max line is backwards compatible with the 18 volt.
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thanks for the reply. Ima stick to what I have
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It's actually called "20v MAX" for some loophole-ish reason, the actual voltage is 18v, and it says this on the box, so no it won't burn it out, but, I don't believe the 20 volt max line is backwards compatible with the 18 volt.
20V is the voltage the battery can achieve while charging. It's 18V for practical purposes, but as you pointed out the product line + battery has to match.

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Any expert correct me if I'm wrong but this 20v battery will burn out 18v tools also might not able to hook it up with the tool...
If it fits, it probably won't burn it out and you might get some additional performance from the tool if you're 18V battery was NiCd/NiMH chemistry and old/dying. The downside to higher voltage is a negligible reduction in the life of the tool.

Also, if the pack fits your existing 18V tool as is, it likely wasn't an oversight by Black and Decker and they approve the use of their 20V batteries in their 18V tools.

I've upgraded a number of cordless power tools by switching from NiCd battery packs to the next-step-up-in-voltage lithium ion pack (the $10 24V 1.5Ah Kobalt packs are my favorite) without trouble. I even took a crappy off brand (Duratool) drill that used an 18V 5-cell lithium ion battery pack and mated it with a 24V 6-cell Kobalt pack without any issues and with a noticeable boost in speed and torque.

I hope this helps.
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Not bad I suppose. The 20v cordless drill kit with 2 batteries, plus a charger for $18 a few months back a Wally World was slicker.
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Not bad I suppose. The 20v cordless drill kit with 2 batteries, plus a charger for $18 a few months back a Wally World was slicker.
and if I had a time-machine this comment would be relevant
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Can I use craftsman bolt-on charger to charge this?

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Not bad I suppose. The 20v cordless drill kit with 2 batteries, plus a charger for $18 a few months back a Wally World was slicker.
Link for reference pls.
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None available anywhere that Brickseek brings up
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Can I use craftsman bolt-on charger to charge this?
Yes, I switch them back & forth all the time. On the charger & the tools. I did notice that to make the the Craftsman battery lock into the B&D weed trimmer that I own, I had to file down the rounded part on the front of it, just a little.
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