• Expert Powerâ® 18v 3000m Ah Ni Mh Extended Battery For Black & Decker 244760 00 A18 Hpb18 Hpb18 Ope Fir
  • Expert Powerâ® 18v 3000m Ah Ni Mh Extended Battery For Black & Decker 244760 00 A18 Hpb18 Hpb18 Ope Fir
  • Expert Powerâ® 18v 3000m Ah Ni Mh Extended Battery For Black & Decker 244760 00 A18 Hpb18 Hpb18 Ope Fir
  • Expert Powerâ® 18v 3000m Ah Ni Mh Extended Battery For Black & Decker 244760 00 A18 Hpb18 Hpb18 Ope Fir
  • Expert Powerâ® 18v 3000m Ah Ni Mh Extended Battery For Black & Decker 244760 00 A18 Hpb18 Hpb18 Ope Fir
  • Expert Powerâ® 18v 3000m Ah Ni Mh Extended Battery For Black & Decker 244760 00 A18 Hpb18 Hpb18 Ope Fir
Expert Powerâ® 18v 3000m Ah Ni Mh Extended Battery For Black & Decker 244760 00 A18 Hpb18 Hpb18 Ope Fir
Expert Powerâ® 18v 3000m Ah Ni Mh Extended Battery For Black & Decker 244760 00 A18 Hpb18 Hpb18 Ope Fir
Expert Powerâ® 18v 3000m Ah Ni Mh Extended Battery For Black & Decker 244760 00 A18 Hpb18 Hpb18 Ope Fir
Expert Powerâ® 18v 3000m Ah Ni Mh Extended Battery For Black & Decker 244760 00 A18 Hpb18 Hpb18 Ope Fir
Expert Powerâ® 18v 3000m Ah Ni Mh Extended Battery For Black & Decker 244760 00 A18 Hpb18 Hpb18 Ope Fir
Expert Powerâ® 18v 3000m Ah Ni Mh Extended Battery For Black & Decker 244760 00 A18 Hpb18 Hpb18 Ope Fir

Expert Powerâ® 18v 3000m Ah Ni Mh Extended Battery For Black & Decker 244760 00 A18 Hpb18 Hpb18 Ope Fir

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Charges with Firestorm Charger, at least 2x longer run time == Update over a year and a half later ==Please excuse the gushing here... these are brilliant. Two I own are used twice a week mainly in a leaf blower and edger. After two years there is no noticeable degradation. I've never needed more than two packs for blowing and edging. Occasionally the leaf blower will run low and need to use the one from the edger but that's a rare occurrence.Due to the availability of these packs I now own ten Firestorm driven tools. Four drills are handy as who likes changing bits mid-project :) Four might seem a little extreme but sure comes in handy on projects needing Pocket Screws (two bits needed right there) and <$40 per 'bare-tool' drill is a bargain. Beyond just drills I picked up 'bare-tool' versions of a pole saw, mini tiller, circular saw to complement a hedge trimmer, edger and leaf blower. All but the Circular Saw work quite well but even that's handy to take places power is not easily available. Note: I have corded DeWalt/ Rigid/ porter Cable versions of circular saw, reciprocating saw, jigsaw, angle grinder, sds drill etc.. basically anything that needs serious power or precision is worth spending decent money on. For the rest these cheap Black and Decker Firestorm products are doing more than adequately.=============================================================I've been looking at these for a while including mailing off an old build for rebuild or doing it myself.The main question was would my Firestorm Charger work ok. Well it seems to, I ran this battery flat and left in the charger overnight to see a solid led the next day. Do not charge NiMH off a non-intelligent charge as it risks damaging an expensive battery, I bought the FireStorm charger years ago and it's likely paid off in keeping the NiCd batteries healthier longer.Beyond longer run-time NiMH don't suffer from the NiCd memory effect so don't have to be ran flat before charging (in fact NiMH should never be ran totally flat). This is great news for my leaf blower, hedge trimmer and edger as I'll always be starting with a full battery. I've used AA NiMh Enloops for a couple of years and those batteries still hold charge like new. Let's hope this one does too.Final tip: Apparently it's not good to let battery packs get too cold. During winter months I now keep the packs inside the house instead of the garage. This might be an urban myth but at $50+ per pack erring on the side of caution seems wise. 5Saved my old tools My old, NiCad batteries were getting really weak and short lived. Was considering buying a new string trimmer and blower (used same batteries). Saw this and gave it a try. Wow! My string trimmer is now a lethal weapon! And, while it's still not as good as the newer models, the blower has more oomph than it ever did and gets the job (cleanup after mowing and rimming edges) done. The battery charges in about an hour, then runs long and strong enough to edge my beds and driveway and walk. The power of the old, NiiCads, would gradually drop off as I used them but this NiMh keeps a "flat' power curve and maintains it's power pretty much to the end of the charge. So, this enabled me to keep my old string trimmer and blower rather than having to buy a new set of tools. 5Why did I wait so long to buy this? I really like my NST2118 Black & Decker String Trimmer. It's lightweight, has an adjustable length and the line feed is trouble-free. Its only drawback is its terrible batteries. I don't know if B&D makes them bad on purpose to push sales battery and charger sales or they're just bad at making batteries. It could also be that the dumb chargers they pack with all their tools easily damage the batteries they do ship.Regardless, this ExpertPower battery fixes all the issues I had with the default B&D NiCad batteries. It lasts longer than three B&D batteries. In fact, I don't even know how long this battery will last as I run out of yardwork before the battery runs out. I even tried to run the battery out edging my driveway (which I could never do much before as it would only give me less than 5 minutes of runtime on the B&D battery) and it finished the driveway in addition to all the other work I normally do and still didn't run out.The icing on the cake is that it allows me to run the string trimmer at full strength the entire time instead of making do with slowly dying battery strength. Now I can just do whatever yardwork I need instead of trying to plan out what I can do with a limited amount of battery power.I had some concerns about the ExpertPower battery being NiMH, but I read the manual for my Black & Decker BDFC240 9.6 Volt to 24 Volt Battery Charger For NST1024 String Trimmer And NHT524 Hedge Trimmer and it does officially support NiMH batteries. I'd much rather buy quality NiCad or NiMH batteries anyway because while it's not as energy dense as Li-ion, Li-ion batteries will guarantee degrade in a couple of years. I have some Panasonic NiCad drill batteries that are still going strong after five years.Highly recommended. I'm going to go recycle my crappy B&D batteries now. 5Eveready bunny eats dust My front yard takes 2 new and 1 old B&D NiCd batteries to complete the trim, then I have to wait for the fast charge of depleted batteries to finish the back yard and clear the clippings with a blower. This new 3000mAH Nimh battery completes the front yard on a single full charge, leaving 1 old and 1 new B&D battery to complete the back yard, and 1 new B&D battery to run the blower to finish the whole "9 yards" without having to wait for the fast charge on the batteries again.Any batteries will degrade over time and usage, I am hoping that the current setup will last me at least a year, if not two, by then I will get another 3000mAH Nimh battery so that I only have to deal with two of these incredible everlasting Nimh batteries.As for charger compatibility, it works with my 3 years old Firestorm 1 hour dual charger. I did not measure the fast charge time, since I leave it charge overnight to ensure that I get the most out of this battery for the front yard, but I know it takes at least 3 hours. 5This High-Performance Battery Breathes New Life Into Our Black&Decker Power Tools! The mid-80s innovative line Black&Decker live of portable power tools suffered greatly with the lousy Ni-Cd battery pack that had little capacity and a notorious failure rate.But this amazing 3000mAh NiMh battery lasts and lasts, powering our weed-eater, hedge trimmer, skilsaw, and hand drill.I highly recommend this product. 5Solid battery that goes and goes! Rechargeable Battery reviews might be more informative if written after one or two years ownership and lots of re-charges, but this battery really impressed me. It's heavier than any of the originals or replacements I've owned, and perhaps this is why the charge seems to last a LONG time. In other reviews (on this battery) the reviewer noted which of the chargers it works best with, and fortunately I owned that very charger. I left my new battery overnight for the first charge and I'm thrilled; my leaf blower just goes and goes and goes on a single charge.One small "issue" with the battery is that the housing seems a wee bit larger than the originals, so it wedges in pretty snugly. No problem, just a heads up. Also, from the FWIW department, mine's not as black as the one pictured, being a bit more of a "gray" color than a solid black or red.I doubt that you'll be disappointed unless you really need a lightweight solution. 5Worth The Money and MORE... Having saved me at least $800 I can easily state these Expert Power 18v 3000mAh batteries are worth the money, and more...These batteries are superior to all of the B&D batteries, even when they are new. Both the 3000 mAh rating and being NiMd are better than the B&D NiCd 2000 MAh batteries. Originally I could get around 30 minutes with the B&D 18v weed wacker but these Expert Power batteries expand that to 50 minutes. There are a few other companies advertising 18v 3000 mAh batteries and I have no idea if they are as good, but I know these Expert Power 18v batteries are the real deal, so I'll be sticking with them.As with other reviewers I was not looking forward to changing tools as I have 8 different types and a total of 15 B&D 18v Firestorm tools, all of which I use regularly. I was looking at probably $800-1000 to replace them all since all of my current batteries were 7-8 years old and almost worthless with their 1-5 minute run times. Consequently these new Expert Power 18v 3000 mAh battereis are a God send and as such I'm so very happy they are available and function so well.I have purchased 6 of these batteries and the oldest two are over 6 months old with at least 50 charges and they are holding the same run times. Overall, just a solid battery for a reasonable price.kd 5Great Battery May 15I have had this battery for a month now and it has performed great. What used to take two 18v 1500mAh batteries (running for 15-20 minutes) now can be done with one. If this battery continues to perform as expected I will plan on buying another one next season so I have a back up battery. If you choose to get this battery I highly recommend getting the B&D BDFC240 9.6v- 24v battery charger. It makes charging a lot smoother and quicker than the old stock one that came with the 18v cordless trimmer and 2 1500mAh batteries.July 27Battery update: I am very pleased with the performance of this battery throughout the Spring and Summer months. Take note, if you get this battery you will need to get the B&D BDFC240 charger as this is a NiMH battery and that charger will be able to charge both types (NiCD and NiMH). So if you have any old left over NiCD batteries that still have a little juice left in them you will be able to charge it in this charger.Jun 13, 2015Battery still going strong. Rate of use per year is about once per week during the Spring, Summer, and early Fall seasons. Area used is a small yard 1/2 acre perhaps, takes about 20 minutes of trimming work. 5Best Solution for Older 18 Volt B&D Battery Tools! Best battery replacement for 18 volt Black and Decker portable tools, I have a weed wacker and pole mounted window washer that both batteries went bad quickly that came with them from manufacturer. Thought long and hard about buying another brand but could not find a better rotary window washer on adjustable pole then B&D has plus already had it! Researched the reviews on Amazon and found out that it was the cheap chargers that destroyed the original batteries, bought the B&D BDFC240 universal NiCad/NIMH for use with the battery, charger works great, big improvement over cheap OEM units. The ExpertPower battery works great, 50% more capacity and NIMH, it fits inside the water proof container on the washer, as well as the normal slide mount on the weed wacker. Plan to buy the charger to keep this battery charged and enjoy what amounts to a near "Lithium experience" for your older equipment. Once you go Lithium, you won't go back! However could not find Lithium for the older 18 volt tools. 5Excellent replacement battery! I bought this battery as a replacement for two Black & Decker HPB-18OPE Ni-Cd "single source" batteries that I was using in my Black & Decker NS118 cordless blower. This battery is AWESOME. The additional runtime is incredible. The old Ni-Cd batteries were about 3 years old and had gotten to the point that they would only run at full output for just a few seconds, then they trailed off and eventually died out within about 5 minutes of use. The ExperPower Ni-Mh battery, after the first full charge, ran my blower for in excess of 30 minutes at full power. In fact, it still had plenty of power left to run the blower long after I had finished all my work. Basically, this one battery far outlasts two of the old original Ni-Cd batteries. For charging, I'm using the original charger that I had for my Ni-Cd batteries, which is the B&D model ETPCA-P180021U2 charger that works for both Ni-Cd and Ni-Mh batteries. It's a 9-hour charger with auto shut-off (avoids overcharging) and works for battery voltage range of 9.6 to 18 volts. This charger works great, and I've had no problems so far. I have some other, older B&D FS18C chargers that are for the Ni-Cd batteries only, and I read some postings elsewhere that said not to use these on the Ni-Mh battery.It's worth noting that the ExpertPower Ni-Mh battery has 3 prongs, whereas the original B&D Ni-Cd batteries have only 2 prongs. I wrote to ExpertPower about this, and I was informed that the 3rd prong (terminal) is for some newer chargers that are equipped with a sensor that adds an extra layer of overcharging protection. Basically, it will tell the charger when it is actually overcharging the battery, and the charger will adjust its charge. This is a fairly new technology and some chargers will not have this 3rd terminal, which is fine. They said their batteries are all backwards-compatible with the OEM charger. 5
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Charges with Firestorm Charger, at least 2x longer run time == Update over a year and a half later ==Please excuse the gushing here... these are brilliant. Two I own are used twice a week mainly in a leaf blower and edger. After two years there is no noticeable degradation. I've never needed more than two packs for blowing and edging. Occasionally the leaf blower will run low and need to use the one from the edger but that's a rare occurrence.Due to the availability of these packs I now own ten Firestorm driven tools. Four drills are handy as who likes changing bits mid-project :) Four might seem a little extreme but sure comes in handy on projects needing Pocket Screws (two bits needed right there) and <$40 per 'bare-tool' drill is a bargain. Beyond just drills I picked up 'bare-tool' versions of a pole saw, mini tiller, circular saw to complement a hedge trimmer, edger and leaf blower. All but the Circular Saw work quite well but even that's handy to take places power is not easily available. Note: I have corded DeWalt/ Rigid/ porter Cable versions of circular saw, reciprocating saw, jigsaw, angle grinder, sds drill etc.. basically anything that needs serious power or precision is worth spending decent money on. For the rest these cheap Black and Decker Firestorm products are doing more than adequately.=============================================================I've been looking at these for a while including mailing off an old build for rebuild or doing it myself.The main question was would my Firestorm Charger work ok. Well it seems to, I ran this battery flat and left in the charger overnight to see a solid led the next day. Do not charge NiMH off a non-intelligent charge as it risks damaging an expensive battery, I bought the FireStorm charger years ago and it's likely paid off in keeping the NiCd batteries healthier longer.Beyond longer run-time NiMH don't suffer from the NiCd memory effect so don't have to be ran flat before charging (in fact NiMH should never be ran totally flat). This is great news for my leaf blower, hedge trimmer and edger as I'll always be starting with a full battery. I've used AA NiMh Enloops for a couple of years and those batteries still hold charge like new. Let's hope this one does too.Final tip: Apparently it's not good to let battery packs get too cold. During winter months I now keep the packs inside the house instead of the garage. This might be an urban myth but at $50+ per pack erring on the side of caution seems wise. 5Saved my old tools My old, NiCad batteries were getting really weak and short lived. Was considering buying a new string trimmer and blower (used same batteries). Saw this and gave it a try. Wow! My string trimmer is now a lethal weapon! And, while it's still not as good as the newer models, the blower has more oomph than it ever did and gets the job (cleanup after mowing and rimming edges) done. The battery charges in about an hour, then runs long and strong enough to edge my beds and driveway and walk. The power of the old, NiiCads, would gradually drop off as I used them but this NiMh keeps a "flat' power curve and maintains it's power pretty much to the end of the charge. So, this enabled me to keep my old string trimmer and blower rather than having to buy a new set of tools. 5Why did I wait so long to buy this? I really like my NST2118 Black & Decker String Trimmer. It's lightweight, has an adjustable length and the line feed is trouble-free. Its only drawback is its terrible batteries. I don't know if B&D makes them bad on purpose to push sales battery and charger sales or they're just bad at making batteries. It could also be that the dumb chargers they pack with all their tools easily damage the batteries they do ship.Regardless, this ExpertPower battery fixes all the issues I had with the default B&D NiCad batteries. It lasts longer than three B&D batteries. In fact, I don't even know how long this battery will last as I run out of yardwork before the battery runs out. I even tried to run the battery out edging my driveway (which I could never do much before as it would only give me less than 5 minutes of runtime on the B&D battery) and it finished the driveway in addition to all the other work I normally do and still didn't run out.The icing on the cake is that it allows me to run the string trimmer at full strength the entire time instead of making do with slowly dying battery strength. Now I can just do whatever yardwork I need instead of trying to plan out what I can do with a limited amount of battery power.I had some concerns about the ExpertPower battery being NiMH, but I read the manual for my Black & Decker BDFC240 9.6 Volt to 24 Volt Battery Charger For NST1024 String Trimmer And NHT524 Hedge Trimmer and it does officially support NiMH batteries. I'd much rather buy quality NiCad or NiMH batteries anyway because while it's not as energy dense as Li-ion, Li-ion batteries will guarantee degrade in a couple of years. I have some Panasonic NiCad drill batteries that are still going strong after five years.Highly recommended. I'm going to go recycle my crappy B&D batteries now. 5Eveready bunny eats dust My front yard takes 2 new and 1 old B&D NiCd batteries to complete the trim, then I have to wait for the fast charge of depleted batteries to finish the back yard and clear the clippings with a blower. This new 3000mAH Nimh battery completes the front yard on a single full charge, leaving 1 old and 1 new B&D battery to complete the back yard, and 1 new B&D battery to run the blower to finish the whole "9 yards" without having to wait for the fast charge on the batteries again.Any batteries will degrade over time and usage, I am hoping that the current setup will last me at least a year, if not two, by then I will get another 3000mAH Nimh battery so that I only have to deal with two of these incredible everlasting Nimh batteries.As for charger compatibility, it works with my 3 years old Firestorm 1 hour dual charger. I did not measure the fast charge time, since I leave it charge overnight to ensure that I get the most out of this battery for the front yard, but I know it takes at least 3 hours. 5This High-Performance Battery Breathes New Life Into Our Black&Decker Power Tools! The mid-80s innovative line Black&Decker live of portable power tools suffered greatly with the lousy Ni-Cd battery pack that had little capacity and a notorious failure rate.But this amazing 3000mAh NiMh battery lasts and lasts, powering our weed-eater, hedge trimmer, skilsaw, and hand drill.I highly recommend this product. 5Solid battery that goes and goes! Rechargeable Battery reviews might be more informative if written after one or two years ownership and lots of re-charges, but this battery really impressed me. It's heavier than any of the originals or replacements I've owned, and perhaps this is why the charge seems to last a LONG time. In other reviews (on this battery) the reviewer noted which of the chargers it works best with, and fortunately I owned that very charger. I left my new battery overnight for the first charge and I'm thrilled; my leaf blower just goes and goes and goes on a single charge.One small "issue" with the battery is that the housing seems a wee bit larger than the originals, so it wedges in pretty snugly. No problem, just a heads up. Also, from the FWIW department, mine's not as black as the one pictured, being a bit more of a "gray" color than a solid black or red.I doubt that you'll be disappointed unless you really need a lightweight solution. 5Worth The Money and MORE... Having saved me at least $800 I can easily state these Expert Power 18v 3000mAh batteries are worth the money, and more...These batteries are superior to all of the B&D batteries, even when they are new. Both the 3000 mAh rating and being NiMd are better than the B&D NiCd 2000 MAh batteries. Originally I could get around 30 minutes with the B&D 18v weed wacker but these Expert Power batteries expand that to 50 minutes. There are a few other companies advertising 18v 3000 mAh batteries and I have no idea if they are as good, but I know these Expert Power 18v batteries are the real deal, so I'll be sticking with them.As with other reviewers I was not looking forward to changing tools as I have 8 different types and a total of 15 B&D 18v Firestorm tools, all of which I use regularly. I was looking at probably $800-1000 to replace them all since all of my current batteries were 7-8 years old and almost worthless with their 1-5 minute run times. Consequently these new Expert Power 18v 3000 mAh battereis are a God send and as such I'm so very happy they are available and function so well.I have purchased 6 of these batteries and the oldest two are over 6 months old with at least 50 charges and they are holding the same run times. Overall, just a solid battery for a reasonable price.kd 5Great Battery May 15I have had this battery for a month now and it has performed great. What used to take two 18v 1500mAh batteries (running for 15-20 minutes) now can be done with one. If this battery continues to perform as expected I will plan on buying another one next season so I have a back up battery. If you choose to get this battery I highly recommend getting the B&D BDFC240 9.6v- 24v battery charger. It makes charging a lot smoother and quicker than the old stock one that came with the 18v cordless trimmer and 2 1500mAh batteries.July 27Battery update: I am very pleased with the performance of this battery throughout the Spring and Summer months. Take note, if you get this battery you will need to get the B&D BDFC240 charger as this is a NiMH battery and that charger will be able to charge both types (NiCD and NiMH). So if you have any old left over NiCD batteries that still have a little juice left in them you will be able to charge it in this charger.Jun 13, 2015Battery still going strong. Rate of use per year is about once per week during the Spring, Summer, and early Fall seasons. Area used is a small yard 1/2 acre perhaps, takes about 20 minutes of trimming work. 5Best Solution for Older 18 Volt B&D Battery Tools! Best battery replacement for 18 volt Black and Decker portable tools, I have a weed wacker and pole mounted window washer that both batteries went bad quickly that came with them from manufacturer. Thought long and hard about buying another brand but could not find a better rotary window washer on adjustable pole then B&D has plus already had it! Researched the reviews on Amazon and found out that it was the cheap chargers that destroyed the original batteries, bought the B&D BDFC240 universal NiCad/NIMH for use with the battery, charger works great, big improvement over cheap OEM units. The ExpertPower battery works great, 50% more capacity and NIMH, it fits inside the water proof container on the washer, as well as the normal slide mount on the weed wacker. Plan to buy the charger to keep this battery charged and enjoy what amounts to a near "Lithium experience" for your older equipment. Once you go Lithium, you won't go back! However could not find Lithium for the older 18 volt tools. 5Excellent replacement battery! I bought this battery as a replacement for two Black & Decker HPB-18OPE Ni-Cd "single source" batteries that I was using in my Black & Decker NS118 cordless blower. This battery is AWESOME. The additional runtime is incredible. The old Ni-Cd batteries were about 3 years old and had gotten to the point that they would only run at full output for just a few seconds, then they trailed off and eventually died out within about 5 minutes of use. The ExperPower Ni-Mh battery, after the first full charge, ran my blower for in excess of 30 minutes at full power. In fact, it still had plenty of power left to run the blower long after I had finished all my work. Basically, this one battery far outlasts two of the old original Ni-Cd batteries. For charging, I'm using the original charger that I had for my Ni-Cd batteries, which is the B&D model ETPCA-P180021U2 charger that works for both Ni-Cd and Ni-Mh batteries. It's a 9-hour charger with auto shut-off (avoids overcharging) and works for battery voltage range of 9.6 to 18 volts. This charger works great, and I've had no problems so far. I have some other, older B&D FS18C chargers that are for the Ni-Cd batteries only, and I read some postings elsewhere that said not to use these on the Ni-Mh battery.It's worth noting that the ExpertPower Ni-Mh battery has 3 prongs, whereas the original B&D Ni-Cd batteries have only 2 prongs. I wrote to ExpertPower about this, and I was informed that the 3rd prong (terminal) is for some newer chargers that are equipped with a sensor that adds an extra layer of overcharging protection. Basically, it will tell the charger when it is actually overcharging the battery, and the charger will adjust its charge. This is a fairly new technology and some chargers will not have this 3rd terminal, which is fine. They said their batteries are all backwards-compatible with the OEM charger. 5
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