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Most Helpful Reviews
Bullhead City, AZ
Bethel Park, PA
I have the Craftsman battery drill. I love this drill but don't always use it. I had a major job to do and found the battery had lost its charge. This replacement battery was up to the task. It provided ample power to complete this job. I would recommend this placement for your Craftsman battery powered drill.
I have the drill and light combination. One of my batteries would no longer keep a charge for every long so I bought this as a replacement so I now have two good batteries. I looked on line and saw cheaper generic brands but bought the Craftsman as I trust the brand.
Saint Marys, PA
Charged it up and it works. Holding its charge hopefully ,as long as the originals. Lately the replacements have not been getting good reviews. I think the date of manufacture should be put on the outside of the box.
Beech Island, SC
I keep one in the charger all the time. These Sears batteries last a lot longer that some of the others I have tried. I do work around the house all the time and never had a problem with them.
Salt Lake City, UT
If you read the instructions, they tell you that you should charge this unit before every use. That is ridiculous. When I need to use a tool, I don't want to have to wait a hour for it to charge before I can use it.They also loose power as you use them. These NiCad's DO go dead just waiting to be used. The life of this battery is short, both in use and overall life. The instructions also say that charging them longer than necessary damages them and shortens the overall life. Save your money and get a Lithium Ion XCP when they are on sale. You will be much happier with the performance and life.
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