|Item Weight||3.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||9 x 3.2 x 12 inches|
|Item model number||DC9180C|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Battery Cell Type||Lithium Ion|
|Warranty Description||3 Year Limited Warranty|
DEWALT DC9180C 18-Volt Battery Pack & Charger
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- DC9180 18V XRP Li-ion battery pack, compatible with DEWALT 18V tools
- Provides long run-time & battery life
- Lightweight design - same weight as an 12V NiCd battery
- No memory and virtually no self-discharge
- DC9310 Charger Charges all DEWALT 7.2-volt - 18-volt NiCd/NiMH/Li-Ion batteries (except Univolt)
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These batteries definitely last about 75% longer than a ni-cad and lightens up my tool tray (especially when carrying 3 batteries).
When drilling or cutting overhead, there is a noticable lighter tool feel.
My 18V Dewalt impact driver now weighs the same as my Hitachi 9.6 ni-cad impact driver.
You don't have to keep track of which batteries are at what level of charge because you can always top these off during lunch and at the end of the day.
I'm a plumbing contractor and was able to rough in a steel framed house without dragging out any cords. This house has 7 bathrooms in it.
All I used was 2 drills, 1 recip saw, 1 impact driver, 3 nano batteries, and 1 nicad battery. I had to drill holes anywhere from 1 3/8" all the way up to 4 5/8".
Honestly, I don't give a rats a$$ about the fitment difference between the ni-cad and lithium-ion. Once you start using the tool, you don't even notice it. Talk about being prissy when you are worried about looks.
The different shaped batteries allow me to immediately differentiate between the lithium-ion and the ni-cads. Being that the lithium-ions are smaller, they take up less space in my tool tray also.
UPDATE 11/30/12 :
I'm now own a total of 5 of these batteries. I bought 2 more a few months after my initial review. After 4-1/2 years, 4 of the batteries are still going strong. 1 of them needs charging frequently (possible damaged or defective cell(s)).Read more ›
The "Nano" battery does not seem to have that problem. Although quite expensive, it is worth the xtra expense to be able to use the tool after a couple weeks of "down time' with out having to recharge.
However. The slight "form factor" dissonance mentioned in other review isn't to my eyes too much of a problem at least on the 6 and half inch circular saw. Or on the finish gun that got me into Dewalt in the first place. Some change of shape is needed to keep the batteries sorted. Considering the price though...that even a 36 volt battery is cheaper...now that's the rub! Glad, though that dewalt followed Ryobi's example and not changed the formfactor so much that new tools would have to purchased...although I heard that there are problems with ryobi's new line....well, it is ryobi! Now, Milwaukee might be as good ...but so damned ugly and hard to handle...who cares?
Those minutes add up, and they certainly cover the premium of switching at least a few of these guys into your battery rotation.
Yes they fit any 18V DeWalt you have, and yes the ornamental tool lip mating to the battery will stick out a little bit over the smaller form factor 18V Lions. Purely cosmetic - and most owners won't even notice.
Extra Bonus: It is noticeably lighter!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this battery about 10 months ago. I use my drill once every month or two. I put the battery in the charger the other day and got a "short circuit smell. Read morePublished 6 months ago by KDex
I forgot to buy these when i ordered my drill im so happy i did. Works great.Published 6 months ago by melisa larebore
If you need an extra or replacement battery and charger, this is the one to get. The lithium ion battery is well worth the extra money. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Kim
I love them as a replacement for the older NiCads. Quicker recharge and longer run times. A little pricey or I would have replaced all 4 batteries by now. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Richard W Seyfert Jr