Cordless drill replacement batteries were much easier to deal with than trying to get corded drills to the project. We were hanging rain gutters on our garage and were able to get the job done much more easily by switching replacement batteries than by dragging a drop cord along the garage roof. A charger was plugged into an available outlet and we charged one battery as we used another. The project was finished faster and easier by having several cordless drill replacement batteries.
Cordless drills and replacement batteries are just the ticket for some jobs. It is much easier to drill holes to start nails and screws, in many instances, when you don’t have to worry about finding and outlet and running drop cords for corded drills. This is especially true for jobs like hanging and repairing gutters, hanging and repairing siding, working on decks or deck furniture.
Cordless Drill Replacement Batteries Are Not Cheap
In many instances you can buy a new cordless drill with a charger and two batteries for nearly the same price that you will pay for two replacement batteries. Cheaper cordless drills and power tools may even be regarded as disposable as an option to buying replacement batteries. On the plus side, replacement batteries will fit a several cordless tools and will generally give many hours of good service. For example, the Dewalt replacement batteries fill power cordless Dewalt drills, screwdrivers, circular saws, lights and other tools.
Rechargeable cordless drill batteries, such as the Makita replacement batteries and the Ryobi batteries can easily be recharged and used over and over. They are powerful delivering up to 18 volts or more to power the tools. These batteries will eventually wear out and will need to be replaced. Even if they are not used, they have a limited shelf life and will need to be replaced after three to four years.
They are convenient and easy to use and recharge. Cordless drill replacement batteries have become nearly indispensable tools on many job sites and do-it-yourselfer workshops.