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Milwaukee M18Bx M18 3.0Ah Red Lithium-Ion Battery (free Delivery) £25 @ Powertoolmate
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Milwaukee M18Bx M18 3.0Ah Red Lithium-Ion Battery (free Delivery) £25 @ Powertoolmate

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Posted 10th Feb

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Seems a bargain for a 3.0ah battery and looks like ManoMano have price matched.


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Sophisticated Electronics: Milwaukee® REDLINK™ Intelligence.
Overload Protection - Prevents user from damaging their cordless power tool investment in abusive situations.
Temperature Management System - Keeps battery in ideal temperature range to provide maximum life.
Individual Cell Monitoring - Ensures optimal charge and discharge for maximum life.
Up to 2X more run time, 20% more power, and Up to 2X more recharges*.
*Compared with other Lithium-Ion technologies and / or with previous Milwaukee® battery technology. Results depend on voltage, tool, and application.
Integrated weld frame.
Cell Separator.
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Cheers Op. just ordered for my AEG.
Are a hot these type of 18v batteries interchangeable with dewalt xr 18v batteries or can an adapter be bought? This is a good price
Tommy_Murphy10/02/2020 08:18

Are a hot these type of 18v batteries interchangeable with dewalt xr 18v …Are a hot these type of 18v batteries interchangeable with dewalt xr 18v batteries or can an adapter be bought? This is a good price


Unfortunately not. I have a Dewalt Drill, would have snapped this up instantly.
I rate the seller (normally the cheapest and never had any hassle ) 3.0amp too low for me . Good enough price .
Any idea where I can get reasonable priced Hitachi batteries plus?
Tommy_Murphy10/02/2020 08:18

Are a hot these type of 18v batteries interchangeable with dewalt xr 18v …Are a hot these type of 18v batteries interchangeable with dewalt xr 18v batteries or can an adapter be bought? This is a good price


You can buy adapters:

amazon.com/Fir…JMT
Good price, I'm looking for its little brother the 2 or 1.5 Ah to lighten my drill or impact for overhead work. I currently have the 4 Ah ones which are fairly heavy.
Adapters also available on the bay. I think I may get one myself. Makita batteries are have a knack of stop working permanently:
ebay.co.uk/itm…c49
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