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Black & Decker VP135 VersaPak 3.6-Volt 2-Port 3 Hour Stick Style Battery Charger with 2 VP100 Batteries

3.3 out of 5 stars 61 customer reviews

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  • Compatible with each and every VersaPak tool
  • Contains a two-port charger and two VP100 3.6-volt rechargeable batteries
  • Illuminating indicator ensures correct battery insertion in the charger
  • Dimensions: 9.0 x 7.0 x 4.0 inches (WxHxD); weighs 1.6 pounds
  • Includes a 2-year warranty
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Compatible with each and every VersaPak tool, the VP135 from Black & Decker contains a two-port charger and two VP100 rechargeable batteries so you can get more done around the house in less time. Boasting "zero memory" technology--so you get the benefit of a full charge cycle--and supplying up to 300 recharges, these batteries provide longlasting power. The charger includes a helpful illuminating alert to let you know when the battery has been inserted correctly, and most importantly, it charges in just three hours! For added convenience, this charger-and-batteries set comes with a 2-year home-use warranty.

From the Manufacturer

The battery and charger kit includes two batteries and one two port charger. The 3.6-volt VersaPak battery is interchangeable with all VersaPak products. Charger indicator light illuminates when batteries are inserted properly. Has a minimum life of 300 charge cycles and has no memory. Charger recharges batteries in 3 hours.

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Technical Details

Part Number VP135
Item Weight 2.3 pounds
Product Dimensions 9 x 7 x 4 inches
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Item model number VP135
Discontinued by manufacturer Yes
Voltage 3.6 volts
Item Package Quantity 1
Battery Cell Type NiMh

Additional Information

ASIN B0000302VA
Customer Reviews
3.3 out of 5 stars 61 customer reviews

3.3 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #431,146 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#848 in Home Improvement > Power & Hand Tools > Power Tool Parts & Accessories > Battery Packs & Chargers > Charger & Converters > Battery Chargers
#25,386 in Patio, Lawn & Garden > Mowers & Outdoor Power Tools
Shipping Weight 1.2 pounds
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Date First Available November 8, 1999

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By Eric on September 19, 2002
I have a most of the VersaPak tools sold to date and really do like their ease of use. We have the circular saw, 2 reciprocating saws, 5 flashlights, 2 drills, 1 stick screwdriver, 1 scumbuster that I can think of right now. THESE ARE ALL GREAT TOOLS!
They do have one BIG SHARED PROBLEM. Battery life (or lack of it).
I currently have 10 DEAD VersaPak silver batteries in my kitchen drawer and NONE are over 24 months old. The standard silver battery will hold a useful charge for about 30 days on the shelf. NONE of my silver batteries have lasted more than 14 months and a few of them died within 8 months. I do NOT put them through a charge/discharge cycle even once a day - so they are NOT lasting the '300 cycles' that B&D claims.
I just purchased 2 GOLD VersaPak batteries in May 2002 and they REALLY DO LAST LONGER while working. I hope they last longer than 12 months though. I certainly HOPE that B&D will FIX this battery problem. I like the tools, but I may need to switch to another vendor's products if this battery issue is not resolved soon.
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By A Customer on December 23, 2002
I'd have to agree with other reviewers that these batteries HAVE MEMORY and last nowhere near as long as Black and Decker would like you to believe. I have probably 20 of these batteries and always charge them correctly, rotate them, keep them in matched sets, and they just die after a couple of years. In many cases, it's cheaper to buy VersaPak tools (with batteries) and throw away the tools. Luckily, the tools don't last either ;) You really have to view the VersaPak line as disposables.
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Batteries seem smart, but they don't last long when new (except in the flashlight) and they gradually just die off completely (and are not cheap to replace). Be forewarned.
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I have the entire works of BD cordless power tools including the flashlight, scum buster, vacuum, cordless drill, recip saw etc., but no batteries. I had the ones that came with the tools plus some extras I purchased seperately. After a year of use, none will take a charge. What a waste, it is a great idea, but I guess the technology is not there year. ...
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I have the silver batteries. They are for the scum buster and their battery operated blender. The products are very good but the the batteries dont workvery well. They give good service at first but after about 8 months or so they just die. I would not use Black and Decker until they change the batteries to something that will actually give 300 charges. These batteries are not cheap and you have no where else to go but from B&D. Maybe the new gold ones will work better. Forget the silver ones.
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great idea - lots of different tools all use same rechargeable batteries. BUT these batteries die in <1 year. I have a whole set of tools that use these, but now my choice is: spend $60/yr on batteries, or get a new set of tools that will last longer! Pretty easy decision at this point... considering I already have a great Craftsman drill and there are other tools that use the same batteries.

BE WARNED - if you buy these you will be buying them forever.
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Although the VP125 readily fulfills my occasional household needs, I purchased it to replace one which shorted out after way too little use. My experience with Black & Decker products has been that they are built for planned obsolescence. They are not quality products and they do not last. If they were priced lower they may be a better bargin. I avoid Black & Decker products when making new purchases.
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Hello, I got 1 VersaPak stick screwdriver w/ 1 battery and 1 Recharge set w/ 2 batteries on Christmas presents 3 years ago. I used up all 3 battieres rotation on 1 Screwdriver for 3 years then all of them are dead which mean I used 1 dead battery per year. Is it make sense? Thank you for this attention.
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