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Makita 632007-4 9000 9.6V DC Boxed Battery, 10-Pack

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  • Battery 9000 96V DC Boxed
  • 10 in a Package
  • Durable plastic casing
  • 1 battery-Pack; charger not included
  • 1-year warranty

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The Makita 9.6-volt Ni-Cad battery pack is a stick-style battery for all Makita 9.6-volt tools except MakPak. It is re-chargeable and comes in a durable plastic casing. Includes a 10 battery pack. The charger is not included. This product is backed by a 1-year warranty.

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The Makita 9.6-volt Ni-Cad battery pack is a stick-style battery for all Makita 9.6-volt tools except MakPak. It is re-chargable and comes in a durable plastic casing and includes 1 battery pack. The charger is not included. This product is backed by a 1-year warranty.

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Technical Details

Part Number 632007-4
Item Weight 5.6 ounces
Product Dimensions 7.2 x 2.1 x 1.3 inches
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Item model number 632007-4
Voltage 9.6
Item Package Quantity 1
Batteries Required? No
Battery Cell Type NiCAD

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ASIN B0000226A2
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3.0 out of 5 stars 42 customer reviews

3.0 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #550,417 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#3,710 in Home Improvement > Power & Hand Tools > Power Tool Parts & Accessories > Battery Packs & Chargers > Battery Packs
Shipping Weight 2 pounds
Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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Date First Available November 8, 1999

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If you have 9.6 tools, and I have a number of them, you need this battery. Simple as that. Is it the best in the world? No. Does it run the tool? Yes. Is it still available after all these years? Yes. End of discussion.
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The 6300 series nicad batteries are not as cost effective as the newer 9300 nimh batteries, which, although about 33% costlier, take up a 65% greater charge and are, otherwise, completely interchangeable with the 6300.
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The old Makita set keeps going, and I like the feel of the drill, so a new battery makes sense. The NiCad seems to be just as good as the newer NiMh battery I have, and will charge in the old charger. I do admit my new Panasonic drill has much more power, but is heavier. Lou - full time electrician and fixer.
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If you have any of the older cordless tools you will eventually need one of these. They are as tough and dependable as batteries get. These are about the only batteries that it makes more sense to buy than to replace the whole tool. As an example look at the 12v NIMH battery . They run about 150.00 for a pair.A whole new drill kit can be had for that. I would much prefer NIMH batteries but they are much more expensive and won't take as many charges in the long run.So I feel these are not that bad of a deal.
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The advertisement stated a 10 pkg,this would seem to mean 10 batteries and I received one makita 632007-4 9.6v boxed battery 10-pack.

Melvin Hopper
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I feel that one can never have too many batteries. As my old Makita drill & recipro saw continue to work like the day I bought them, I find that I periodically have to replace the batteries as they wear out. After looking on e-bay for a long time, I found that Amazon had a good price to go along with free shipping. As I wasn't in any hurry, I was pleasantly supprised that it came pretty quickly.
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I'm extremely disappointed with the item and the service. I had ordered 2 batteries and in receiving them I had only received one (the shipping invoice read "2" shipped)and had to ask for the second one. The email address on the invoice is incorrect (I figured out the mistake on my own when writing an email about being short shipped one battery-which they did respond to). The batteries are labeled the same as the ones I currently have (and needed to replace) but my charger is not "reading" them once I place them in it. There is no phone contact number to speak with anyone in asking for assistance. I have contacted (emailed) them on two additional occassions without any response back. They STILL haven't responded. I have asked for help with charging of the batteries, asked for a phone number to speak with someone, and gave them my phone number to have someone call me. Upon no response to my outreach I have finally emailed one last time for an RA number to return. Time has now lapsed past the noted return date on the invoice and I feel suspicious that they did this to avoid taking them back. Overall sketchy deal.
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Sevral years ago I purchased several Mikita 9.6 Volt powered tools. Seeking standarization within my shop I felt comfortable that at least the battery powered tools had a common power source.
My mistake (and my recommendation to you all) was not numbering the five batteries. Using the batteries indiscrimetly (?) allowed a defective battery to go undetected It wasn't for several years that I had a project that required the constant use of all of my batteries that I found that one would not take a charge. I tried draining the battery down, with hopes to recharge from zero as it showed 9.6V on my VOM. Forget it! When I contacted my local Mikia repair station they indicated that "they never heard of that sort of problem. So I sent "that sort of problem" to them they called back only to tell me that the battery was out of date = so sorry!...so mark your batteries and rotate them before the warranty expires, and you would get a charge out of it.
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