Rated 2.7 out of 5 by 42
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Nufy2 Milwaukee tools
The tools last forever. The batterys disappoint, they do not last, are hard to find and expensive.
June 28, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Cpt Kirk Bad deal don't last
Used this with a hammer drill I really like. Original batteries were nic ad that wore out then I purchased a replacement set with charger that were lithium ion. At first they were great but then I hardly used the drill for quite awhile. Then both batteries won't charge or work at all! Now the batteries are triple what they should be and you can't find them except for cheap knockoffs. Many years I swore by milwaukee tools,now I have no use for any of milwaukee products because of this type of treatment. Since when did this company decidedly forget about past product support?
February 19, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Verified Reviewer worst batteries. total junk.
got 4 batteries and two charges when all my nicad batteries failed. This batteries never held a charge. would go dead over the weekend. total junk
April 8, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by londoner v18 batteries
Obviously Milwaukee brand relates to quality and my v18 cordless set is just that, well built to last for a long time , just as any contractor would expect from quality brand. However as for the batteries..... thats another story. An absolute let down in real term. I can barely cut through half a dozen nails in dismanteling pallets and battery is dead . Surely a reputable company like milwaukee must take responsibility by providing more affordable batteries to people with older sets, rather than ripping us off with over $100 for a single battery, where as a similar m18 battery costs almost half that. Are we being punished twice? Sadly no more milwaukee for me again.
August 3, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by needed2battery needed two battery
my batteries died needed two batteries so I bought two wish they were cheaper to buy to much money for them 109.00 apiece but they work find
January 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by VaDecker Using w/ Jobsite Radio (49-24-0280)
Using w/ Jobsite Radio (49-24-0280)
Unlike review written on 20 Sept 2011 by Preskitaz I have had NO problem using these V-18 3.0 Ah Li-ion batteries (48-11-1830) in my Job Site Radio - Powered by Rockford Fosgate (49-24-0280). Yes, the V-18s are larger in height - actually by 1/2" rather than the 3/8" that Preskitaz states. But they slide right in without a problem and the door latches. They run the radio longer too. They seem to take as long to charge. However, they run longer in my tools, hold their charge on the shelf longer (meaning slower to self-discharge), are quite a bit lighter (approx 25% - 29 vs 39 ounces) in weight, and I LOVE that they have a "fuel gauge" (charge status) on them!
NOTE: The Milwaukee number I list is right off the bottom of my batteries. I believe the number (48-11-1803) HD put in the Product Title above is a typo. The last four digits should be -1830. They do show the correct number at the bottom of the Specifications Table under the Specs tab. If you have the older 2.4 Ah Milwaukee NiCad batteries (48-11-2230), be sure to replace them with these Li-ion batteries - they are GREAT!
December 6, 2012
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by pmfarm Don't buy into the V18
I was interested in the V18 series of batteries and chargers for my NiCd 18v tools. It would be worth it to have the newer, lighter more powerful LiOn V18 batteries. Only one problem... Milwaukee abandoned the V18 line of tools and accessories. You can find the batteries, but the chargers (there is only one that works 48-59-2818) and it is "discontinued." Shame on Milwaukee for not supporting this transition product which would have extended the usefulness of the NiCd/NiMh toll line.
August 30, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Surveyor Only time will tell.
Bought 2 of these to replace 2 older ones. I haven't had much time to use them but I hope they are better than the originals that seemed to fail prematurely and would also trip out under load of the sawzall and circular saw.
My only other option was to throw out a bag full of perfectly good tools or buy the old NiCads.
The cost on these is way too high.
October 13, 2015