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Einhell 4.0 Ah Power X-Change Lithium Battery Amazon £42.99
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Einhell 4.0 Ah Power X-Change Lithium Battery Amazon £42.99

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Posted 16th Dec 2019

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Battery can be used for Power X-Change Products.
Power X-Change 4.0 Ah lithium battery.
80 minutes fast charge when used with Power X-Change charger.
Three step LED light system indicates battery charger and extreme temperature conditions
Rubberised shell for optimum protection.
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Can be used in Ozito products as well.
I have the brushless Einhell combi drill with a 2ah battery. After a few minutes of use it sounds like there's a little drop in drill speed, even though the battery indicator is still full. Does anyone know if the 3ah and 4ah would be the same or do they make the drill more powerful for longer?
meshuggahlad16/12/2019 20:44

I have the brushless Einhell combi drill with a 2ah battery. After a few …I have the brushless Einhell combi drill with a 2ah battery. After a few minutes of use it sounds like there's a little drop in drill speed, even though the battery indicator is still full. Does anyone know if the 3ah and 4ah would be the same or do they make the drill more powerful for longer?


I think the 4 and 5ah batteries may give it a bit more omph. I use the 4ah for the cordless circular saw and seems to make a difference when it gets to thicker sheets
androidavis16/12/2019 21:13

I think the 4 and 5ah batteries may give it a bit more omph. I use the 4ah …I think the 4 and 5ah batteries may give it a bit more omph. I use the 4ah for the cordless circular saw and seems to make a difference when it gets to thicker sheets


Thank you. This is the reason I'm considering buying a 4ah battery. For my DIY purposes I don't need any extra oomph but I like the idea that the drill should work at the maximum power. There's also a graph in the amazon photos of the battery that suggests the 4ah gives more power as well as lasting longer. The graph also makes it look like the 5.2ah battery gives less power!
I've found the answer out now - 1.5ah and 2.0ah deliver 450w power, 3.0ah and 4.0ah deliver 900w, 5.2ah delivers 1260w.
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