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Makita BL1830B-2 18V LXT Lithium-Ion 3.0Ah Battery $99 for TWO

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Makita BL1830B-2 18V LXT Lithium-Ion 3.0Ah Battery. $99.00 for two.
These are typically $70.00 to $75.00 each. I ordered and received them already. They are not counterfit. Comes in secure Makita packaging. Shipping is free. No tax for most.


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ships and sold by Amazon!
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No Tax for Most ??? !!! ... actually no tax for Everyone !!! ( who live in Oregon ).....
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I don't even get over $100 for a pair of Makita 5Ah batteries when I sold them. And there are so many other people selling them that they don't even sell fast. I really don't see why anyone would pay $100 for a pair of 3 Ah.
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On ebay I see multiple new 5.0 Ah pairs for $100, I'm not seeing this as all that slick
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eBay Craig's and facebook market. 5.0ah go for $100 all day long.

Not slick at all
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On ebay I see multiple new 5.0 Ah pairs for $100, I'm not seeing this as all that slick

That may be because of the deal going on with the 36V tools. I bought one of the 36V tools at HD a few weeks ago and received 2 free 5.0 Ah batteries for a total of four. I didn't need four since I already had 2, so I returned them to HD for $105.

Wondering if the price will rise in a few months after that deal is in the rearview mirror.
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I dont understand all the negative reviews. Ebay is filled with used and counterfeit makita batteries. Facebook and Craigslist are used batteries. How can you compare these with brand new makita batteries from Amazon that a fellow SDer has in his hand and says they are legit?

Please post a link to brand new, legit 5.0 Makita batteries for $100.00 pair and I'll buy them! Otherwise, this looks like a pretty good deal to me.
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That may be because of the deal going on with the 36V tools. I bought one of the 36V tools at HD a few weeks ago and received 2 free 5.0 Ah batteries for a total of four. I didn't need four since I already had 2, so I returned them to HD for $105.

Wondering if the price will rise in a few months after that deal is in the rearview mirror.
Yes of course it will. The retail for 2x 5Ah batteries is $159 if i remember correctly.
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I dont understand all the negative reviews. Ebay is filled with used and counterfeit makita batteries. Facebook and Craigslist are used batteries. How can you compare these with brand new makita batteries from Amazon that a fellow SDer has in his hand and says they are legit?

Please post a link to brand new, legit 5.0 Makita batteries for $100.00 pair and I'll buy them! Otherwise, this looks like a pretty good deal to me.
What are you talking about? There are brand new sets from the promo all over Facebook and Craig's. eBay's price is a bit higher around $110-115 to account for fees.
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I don't even get over $100 for a pair of Makita 5Ah batteries when I sold them. And there are so many other people selling them that they don't even sell fast. I really don't see why anyone would pay $100 for a pair of 3 Ah.
Yep, get the 5Ah batteries. I just bought the Worm Drive saw kit with the Dual charger, 2 5Ah batteries and tool bag for 250 on eBay. Brand new in a sealed Makita box from authorized dealer. I valued the pair of batteries at a hundred bucks when comparing options.

Of course the Home Depot deal was better but unavailable in my area.
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What are you talking about? There are brand new sets from the promo all over Facebook and Craig's. eBay's price is a bit higher around $110-115 to account for fees.
This is not a good deal anyway. Last year I bought two 3.0Ah Makita batteries for this price. The 4.0Ah should be this price IMHO.
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This is not a good deal anyway. Last year I bought two 3.0Ah Makita batteries for this price. The 4.0Ah should be this price IMHO.
3.0s aren't a good deal at all. The 2.0 are half the size and the 5.0 are the same size. 6.0 is around the corner (been out in other countries), which is why Makita is throwing the 5.0s in every package like candy
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Just check the ebay offerings and noted two things. "Factory Authorized Outlet' is the one selling the 5.0's for the same price as my post. This name comes up as an authorized dealer, however there is no address given for this company on ebay. One of the purchasers call them a bait and switch company, sending the 3.0 instead of the 5.0 that is advertised. Of note also, the lettering on the batteries is a different font than on my batteries. If you do receive the 3.0 batteries, you are responsible for return shipping. Lastly, Factory Authorized Outlet has these listed at $159. on their web site. I could be wrong but these decrepancies are suspecious, given the counterfeiting problem with batteries. I'll stick with Amazon.
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Just check the ebay offerings and noted two things. "Factory Authorized Outlet' is the one selling the 5.0's for the same price as my post. This name comes up as an authorized dealer, however there is no address given for this company on ebay. One of the purchasers call them a bait and switch company, sending the 3.0 instead of the 5.0 that is advertised. Of note also, the lettering on the batteries is a different font than on my batteries. If you do receive the 3.0 batteries, you are responsible for return shipping. Lastly, Factory Authorized Outlet has these listed at $159. on their web site. I could be wrong but these decrepancies are suspecious, given the counterfeiting problem with batteries. I'll stick with Amazon.
Pay more to get less. Whatever floats your boat
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