DEWALT DCB120 12-Volt Max Lithium-Ion Battery Pack

September 21, 2013 - Comment

The DEWALT DCB120 12-volt Max Lithium-Ion Battery Pack features a compact lightweight design with quick 40 minute charge time. No memory and virtually no self-discharge for maximum productivity and less downtime. This unit requires 12V MAX* compatible charger (DCB100, DCB101 & DCB119). Product Features The maximum initial voltage on 12-volt max batteries (measured without a

The DEWALT DCB120 12-volt Max Lithium-Ion Battery Pack features a compact lightweight design with quick 40 minute charge time. No memory and virtually no self-discharge for maximum productivity and less downtime. This unit requires 12V MAX* compatible charger (DCB100, DCB101 & DCB119).

Product Features

  • The maximum initial voltage on 12-volt max batteries (measured without a workload) is 12-volts. Measured under a workload, nominal voltage is 10.8.
  • Compact, light weight design
  • Quick 40 minute charge time
  • No memory and virtually no self-discharge for maximum productivity and less downtime
  • Requires 12V MAX* compatible charger (DCB100)

Comments

Method2Madness "Alex" says:

Great battery for a great set of tools I have 4 of these total. 2 that came with my 12v Max Drill and 2 that came with my 12v Max Impact driver. I purposely bought them separate so I would have 4 batteries total (instead of 2) and 2 chargers. I paid a bit more going this route, but to me it was worth it. Anyways, on to the quick review.First of all, the specs aren’t anywhere on Dewalt’s site (Dewalt is getting more and more stingy with specifications as time goes on), but these are actually 1.3ah battery packs…

RonB says:

DOES NOT CHARGE IN DCB100 CHARGER PROPERLY I bought this battery as advertised as a back-up for the original DCB120. It does not charge properly. The original is model DCB120, 12V – 1.5 Ah – 18 Wh, and this replacement is DCB120, 12V – 15.6 Wh. The charger shows error lights with this battery. There may be a problem with the battery itself, but I think it is a compatibility issue. Going to try to get a refund.

Pwbum1 says:

FREE! The battery was free, what else can I SAY. Light weight, last a long time, charges in 15-20 minutes. I have 5 of these and I actually only use two with such a quick charge time and extended use time. Compare to other 12volt 10.8volt battery it has the same weight biut the tools are morebalanced with this batteyr compared to the ryobi or milwaulkee.

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