Black & Decker HPB18 18-Volt Slide-Pack Battery

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Black & Decker HPB18 18-Volt Slide-Pack Battery

Black & Decker HPB18 18-Volt Slide-Pack Battery

  • Features high output battery cell
  • No memory technology
  • Provides up to 500 recharges
  • High output nickel cadmium battery cells with “no memory” technology provide up to 500 recharges.
  • Spring loaded batteries easily install and remove from the tool

    For use with all spring-loaded battery style Firestorm and Black & Decker 18-Volt products.

  • Spring loaded batteries easily install and remove from the tool
  • For use with all spring-loaded battery style Firestorm and Black & Decker 18-Volt products.

Black & Decker 18V Nickel Cadmium Slide Battery is ideal for use with all spring loaded battery style Firestorm and Black & Decker 18V products. Features high output battery cell, no memory technology and offers 1.2A hours of use. Conveniently designed to provide up to 500 recharges.

List Price: $ 63.28

Price: $ 32.70

PORTER-CABLE PC18B 18-Volt NiCd Cordless Battery Pack

PORTER-CABLE PC18B 18-Volt NiCd Cordless Battery Pack

  • High output nickel cadmium battery cells with no memory technology provide up to 500 recharges
  • 1.5 Ah cells provide extended runtime on each charge
  • 3 -year limited warranty, 1-year free service contract, and 90-day money back guarantee
  • Independently certified to meet applicable standards

This is an O.E.M. authorized part. Fits various Porter Cable models. OEM Part Number PC18B. Made in United States.

List Price: $ 56.02

Price: $ 20.24

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  1. 8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars OUTSTANDING BATTERIES, July 14, 2016
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    Dr. Thomas (United States) -
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    This review is from: Black & Decker HPB18 18-Volt Slide-Pack Battery (Tools & Home Improvement)
    Several years ago I purchased eight B&D cordless power tools which run off of these 18 volt batteries. They worked very well for a few years, but then the batteries began recharging less and less until they became large paperweights. Since this was already an expectation, I simply disposed of the old batteries at our local hazardess waste faculty and ordered three new ones. The second set lasted a year longer than the first set. I repeated the process and recently replaced those as well. Our B&D tools operate as they did when they were new and the batteries charge faster than previous ones. I recommend these batteries for your B&D cordless tools. NOTE: I also recommend purchasing the B&D OEM battery chargers over third-party brands as the B&D chargers likely contribute to the quicker charging process.
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    Dr. Thomas2017-07-29 19:55 Reply
  2. 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars Once again, All's Well that Ends Well, May 22, 2017
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    D. Koch -
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    This review is from: Black & Decker HPB18 18-Volt Slide-Pack Battery (Tools & Home Improvement)
    Couldn't get my original B&D batteries to charge. Thought that since they were MANY YEARS OLD, the batteries no longer worked. Found out AFTER buying this replacement battery that, in fact, the problem was my charger. Sooo, bought a replacement charger and, as if by magic, now all of my B&D batteries recharge.
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    D. Koch2017-07-29 20:29 Reply
  3. 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars Work ok.. but don't stay charged..., March 29, 2016
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    Steven Stroud (Texas) -
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    This review is from: Black & Decker HPB18 18-Volt Slide-Pack Battery (Tools & Home Improvement)
    I have several B&D tools that take these batteries so I'm sort of stuck with them. However, the batteries only provide a full charge for about a year and then they start losing their charge very quickly. They are also very pricey. But I'm stuck with them.
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    Steven Stroud2017-07-29 20:59 Reply
  4. 81 of 84 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars OLD, USELESS PRODUCT - BUYER BEWARE.!!!, November 29, 2015
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    This review is from: PORTER-CABLE PC18B 18-Volt NiCd Cordless Battery Pack (Tools & Home Improvement)
    BUYER BEWARE - Do yourself a favor. - Unpack and charge this battery immediately upon receipt. There is a limited return period for faulty products. I tried to charge two of the three batteries which I purchased seven days after the close of the return period. They will not charge and looking further I find that they were manufactured in 2012. I bought old, bad batteries and got stuck.!! It may be from Amazon but the buyer still needs to beware.
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    Amazon Customer2017-07-29 21:22 Reply
  5. 13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars Decent Battery, May 7, 2015
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    This review is from: PORTER-CABLE PC18B 18-Volt NiCd Cordless Battery Pack (Tools & Home Improvement)
    The ordered the first battery and it worked good for four days while I was building a deck and then I placed it on the charger and the new battery wouldn't take a charge. I called Amazoon and they replaced the unit and the current one is working fine. Thanks Amazon for resolving the issue with the previous defective battery!
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    Nor'easter2017-07-29 21:32 Reply
  6. 5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars DO NOT BUY.....QUESTIONABLE QUALITY AND QUESTIONABLE HERITAGE., April 19, 2015
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    Richard J. Petersen (Cape Cod, MA.) -
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    This review is from: PORTER-CABLE PC18B 18-Volt NiCd Cordless Battery Pack (Tools & Home Improvement)
    So far so good. Lets see if this lasts as long as the original.
    When I originally received the battery I wrote the above review. Now a little over a year later, this battery is horrible. The original Battery I had when I purchased my Porter Cable Product lasted about 4 years. I am a homeowner and do not over use or abuse my tools. About 4-5 months ago [January 2016] I noticed the battery ran down quickly, I thought it was strange, but didn't investigate it further. Now, mid May 2016, the battery has a very short life. When I first got the battery I noticed it didn't weigh as heavy as the original, but the marking were all the same. My background is electronics, and I know a little about how these are made. These battery's are made by taking AA NI-Cads and wiring them together to produce 18VDC. If you wish to cheapen the cost you use less expensive AA Ni-CADS as your source. The price of this Battery was below any price I could find from authorized Porter-Cable suppliers, which now leads me to believe that this product is counterfeit. My next step now is to submit this battery to Porter-Cable engineering and tell them my story. Engineering departments love to examine issue such as this, and that is why you go around customer service. If it turns out that Amazon is promoting counterfeit products with Porter Cables name on it, I'm sure Amazon will be hearing from Porter Cables legal side. My advice right now to anyone thinking of buying a Porter Cable replacement battery, or a charger, to avoid doing it. Something is technically wrong.
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    Richard J. Petersen2017-07-29 22:24 Reply