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Most Helpful Reviews
the first time I tried to charge the battery the charger said it was defective. NOT GOOD! I returned the defective battery. I Had a hold battery rebuilt, bigger better and for the same cost as Sears.
the battery was just what was needed to get the old drill up and going once again! I have turned this drill, for winter, into my ice auger power source. I have three batteries for this job and the new battery out preforms the other 2 by at least six holes. no more hand drilling as the old arms and shoulders ain't what they used to be.
North Las Vegas, NV
I ordered these for my husband as he loves his battery operated tools. They look exactly like the ones he needed and they fit perfectly. They charged and work great. I ordered one day and they were delivered the next with no special delivery charges.
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Baton Rouge, LA
Jersey Shore, PA
I have a few of these batteries and a couple chargers and over time a battery and charger have both died (several years). They work for multiple tools and are very handy. They used to be $90 a battery. I got mine for $40 on sale at Sears!
Great life, good power, just treat it right. Always fully discharge it before recharging, and don't leave it on charger. Hate all these reviews of "left it on charger for weeks/months and it didn't work." of course not, the #1 killer of batteries is heat and nothing builds heat like leaving a battery on charger after it's charged. My personal tip is always fully discharge and recharge the battery at least once a month if your not using it. I have 11 years and still going strong on a set of nicd's from a drill I have by doing this.
New Port Richey, FL
I really like the old batteries better. They seem to last just as long, if not longer and they get weaker instead of just dying, like the new ones. Oh, ya and they're allot cheaper!
Washington Boro, PA