Power Tool Batteries
AtBatt is here to help you get the job done. We offer durable high-quality power tool batteries for Bosch, Makita, Milwaukee and other power tools. Use our quick and simple Power Tool Battery Finder to find the battery you need. Simply select your brand and model, and it will display the compatible results for your power tool. If you don't see your model, contact us and we will try and locate the battery you need.
Understanding your Power Tool Battery NeedsWe strive to make your power tool battery purchases easy. Since we understand that finding the right batteries for your needs can be overwhelming and confusing at times, we developed a power tool battery finder tool to help find the right size for the make and model of your equipment. We also offer educational articles and tips to help you conserve your batteries and understand common problems.
If my original power tool battery is a NiCD battery, can I use a different chemistry battery?That would depend on both your charger and power tool. A lot of chargers will charge NiMH batteries and a few others will charge Li-Ion. However, even if your charger will do this, your power tool might not. It is best in these situations, to check your user manual or contact the manufacturer to find out the technical specs of your model.
Can I recharge an old power tool battery after it seems to have stopped taking a charge?There is a belief that you can recondition your old nickel based battery. Nickel based batteries will crystallize after a period of time and use. Some people say that you can break up the crystallization by running the battery at a very low volt (.5V or less) over a long period of time and doing this over and over a couple of times as the battery drains. However, this process can take a long time and has not been scientifically proven to work, so in most cases, your best bet is to replace the old battery.
How long will my power tool last with a fresh charge?That question can only be answered by how you use your power tool. For example, when using a drill your usage time can vary based on the speed you use. Drilling into steel will use more power than drilling into wood or drywall.
Why Customers Choose AtBatt for Their Power Tool BatteriesEstablished in 1998, AtBatt is a U.S. based company that is founded on trust, safety, service and community. We pride ourselves on providing durable high-quality power tool batteries for your drills, saw and more.
We stand by the brands we carry; which is why all Amstron brand power tool batteries are backed with a $50,000 protection plan. We ensure that our batteries are durable and will withstand the normal bumps and bruises that power tool batteries endure.
We're committed to service and understand that your satisfaction is what matters the most. We have customer service specialists ready to assist you and answer any question you may have. We also offer a no-hassle Return Policy.