Nano technology battery pack to fit all DeWalt 18V tools. Backwards compatible. Equivalent to weight of existing 12V Ni-Cd/Ni-MH. No memory effect and virtually no self-discharge. Requires charger (Code 74580).
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(4 Reviews) 4
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3 of 4(75%)reviewers would recommend this product.
Customer Reviews for DeWalt DC9180-XJ 18V Li-Ion Nano Battery
Review 1 for DeWalt DC9180-XJ 18V Li-Ion Nano Battery
"All my tools are 18v Cordless DeWalt and after 5 years of good hard work my 4 bats have seen better days and wanted to upgrade to Li Ion. The new ones are fantastic and really notice the difference on circular saw and grinder use as they give full power continusly up until full discharge, unlike the older ones which keep slowing down after each cut. You MUST recharge these NEW batterys for 10 hours before the first use and they will be fantastic, give them 40 min for the first charge and you may have issues like the other review."
9 of 9 people found this review helpful.
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Review 2 for DeWalt DC9180-XJ 18V Li-Ion Nano Battery
"I've got 2 of these batteries and they been used for about 3 years on a daily basis. They charge quickly and stop straigh away when it drained not like the older ones. They last quite long with a charge. I drove in about 250 40mm screws with an impact into wood with a single charge which was quite impressive for me. The only thing is that they are still heaver than Makita and more expensive."
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Review 3 for DeWalt DC9180-XJ 18V Li-Ion Nano Battery
"i purchased four of the new dewalt 18v nano batteries. i have always used dewalt tools but wanted to change to the new lithium batteries that makita were doing then i found that dewalt were doing them, also dewalts new batteries still fit the old tools unlike makitas.but i wished i had saved my money and switched to makita The dewalt batteries are useless they dont last half as long as the old batteries and as soon as you hit anything hard they just stop and have to be recharged. DONT BUY THESE BATTERIES STICK TO THE OLD ONES"