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[Home Depot] Milwaukee M18 2.0 Ah Battery $49

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[Home Depot] Milwaukee M18 2.0 Ah Battery $49

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Model # 48-11-1820 Store SKU # 1000657860

Delivers up to 2X more runtime, 20% more power and 2X more recharges than standard Li-Ion batteries. The Milwaukee 48-11-1820 M18 REDLITHIUM 2.0 Compact Battery Pack features superior pack construction, electronics and performance to deliver more work per charge and more work over pack life than any battery on the market. It offers 2.0 amp-hours of runtime. With Milwaukee durability built into each pack, this battery runs cooler and performs in climates below 0F/-18C. Its compact, lightweight design fits in tight work spaces and reduces user fatigue. Managed by Milwaukee's exclusive Redlink Intelligence, the battery features overload protection to prevent you from damaging your cordless power tools in heavy-duty situations, while the discharge protection prevents cell damage. The temperature management system and individual cell monitoring help maximize battery life. Switch to the REDLITHIUM 2.0 Compact Battery Pack to instantly upgrade the runtime and durability of your Milwaukee M18 cordless tools.

Best-in-class construction: offers long-lasting performance and durability
Integrated weld frame
Cell separator
REDLINK Intelligence overload protection prevents you from damaging your cordless power tool investment in abusive situations
Versatility: powers more than 40 Milwaukee M18 cordless power tools
For use with M18 cordless tools
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Kijiji value $35-40 for brand new out of retail package if anyone wondered (I've sold a lots of them from kits), so not a bad deal I guess.
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How long do these batteries normally last before u need to replace them? I've had my M18 drill and driver for over 5 years and it's still going strong.
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Not bad price, when they had the 5.0 for $40 in December I loaded up but do like these as they are light weight if you only have the m18 line. If you have the m12 and m18 line up I wouldn't see the need for these.
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Cghall wrote: Not bad price, when they had the 5.0 for $40 in December I loaded up but do like these as they are light weight if you only have the m18 line. If you have the m12 I wouldn't see the need for these.
I have both M18 and M12 FUEL impact drivers, but I still prefer the M18 and these smaller batteries great when you need to e.g. do a lot of overhead work. Also some (heavy) tools like the 18 gauge nailer do not benefit from big batteries and only make the tool unnecessarily heavier.
stovetop wrote: How long do these batteries normally last before u need to replace them? I've had my M18 drill and driver for over 5 years and it's still going strong.
That is very hard to say, if you are lucky and none of the 18650 cells go bad, they can last a very long time.
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Cghall wrote: Not bad price, when they had the 5.0 for $40 in December I loaded up but do like these as they are light weight if you only have the m18 line. If you have the m12 I wouldn't see the need for these.
Whaaaat when did they have Milwaukee m18 5.0’s for $40

Of course no need for these if you only have m12 lol
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networksend wrote: Whaaaat when did they have Milwaukee m18 5.0’s for $40

Of course no need for these if you only have m12 lol
Meant to say if you have both m12 and m18 line. Smiling Face With Open Mouth And Cold Sweat Fixed my wording for you.
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jerrypaulick wrote: I have both M18 and M12 FUEL impact drivers, but I still prefer the M18 and these smaller batteries great when you need to e.g. do a lot of overhead work. Also some (heavy) tools like the 18 gauge nailer do not benefit from big batteries and only make the tool unnecessarily heavier.



That is very hard to say, if you are lucky and none of the 18650 cells go bad, they can last a very long time.
Found the 2.0 batteries run out to quickly on the nailer. Agreed it is nice being light weight and helps getting in tight corners.Thumbs Up Sign
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Picked up two of these for work. Love Milwaukee cordless toolsOk Hand Sign. Thank you, OP!
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stovetop wrote: How long do these batteries normally last before u need to replace them? I've had my M18 drill and driver for over 5 years and it's still going strong.
You can expect 7-10 years if the batteries are used/charged at least once every 2-3 months.
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jerrypaulick wrote: Kijiji value $35-40 for brand new out of retail package if anyone wondered (I've sold a lots of them from kits), so not a bad deal I guess.
Nice. How much do you sell other batteries like 5.0?
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networksend wrote: Whaaaat when did they have Milwaukee m18 5.0’s for $40

Of course no need for these if you only have m12 lol
Where did you buy M18 5.0 for 40$?
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Mrrfdxyz wrote: Nice. How much do you sell other batteries like 5.0?
I sold only one (the 5 Ah I usually keep) for $70, but it took a long time (weeks) and people were mostly sending offers for $50-60. Also brand new, just out of retail package.
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stovetop wrote: How long do these batteries normally last
I bought my M18 impact + drill/driver set in 2010. Both batteries still working.

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