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The Black & Decker LBXR20 20 Volt MAX Extended Run Time Lithium Battery is compatible with the 20-Volt MAX line of power and gardening tools. These batteries have been formulated for longer runtime and improved performance. This battery is compatible with cordless tool models BDC120VA100, BDCDMT120, BDCDMT120-2, BDCDMT120F, BDCDMT120IA, BDCF20, BDH2000SL, LD3K220, LCC220, LCS120, LCS120B, LD120VA, LDX120C, LDX120PK, LDX120SB, LDX220SB, LDX220SBFC, LGC120, GLC120B, LHT210, LHT2220, LHT2220B, LLP120, LLP120B, LPHT120, LPHT120B, LPP120, LPP120B, LST220, LSW120, LSW20, LSW20B, SSL20SB, SSL20SB-2.

Customer Reviews

One of the best drills that I have ever owned

380 of 399 people found the following review helpful
By matthew
I purchased this drill from Lowes one day because I had an older Craftsman with two dead batteries and decided to purchase this instead of new batteries. I made the right decision. Compared to most drills that I have used in the past, it is quite small, but it is a 20v drill and you cannot beat it. It is able to get into smaller spaces than my other drills and has plenty of power to spare. One feature that it has is a LED light that shines on the location where you are using it. Totally unnecessary for most things, but a nice addition when you do end up in that one dark spot.

For the Money, it’s a Good Drill

166 of 183 people found the following review helpful
By Jason Baker "Jason Baker"
I bought this drill as a cheap backup to my Hitachi cordless. For the money, I like it overall.

Drill Is Perfect For Homowner

61 of 64 people found the following review helpful
By Cabby51
I drilled several holes and did not experience any slippage that some of the other reviewers did. I’m guessing that they did not use the settings on the drill correctly or didn’t tighten the chuck well. 50 to 60 screws went into 2×4’s easily and stopped where they were supposed to using the tension setting. The drill doesn’t seem to be made for commercial use but it seems to be able to handle my “around the house” projects well. Very comfortable grip and light weight. Power is more than adequate for home use. Great value for the $$

More than enough for serious DIYers

126 of 139 people found the following review helpful
By R. Byrnes "Smiley"
This drill packs more than enough punch for the serious DIYer (more than just a picture-hanger). Charges very quickly and maintains that charge for when you need it. I do agree with some of the other commenters about the torque settings. They’re lighter than what I’d like to see, but this is not a deal-breaker. Would I buy this drill if I were a full-time contractor who had to bore large holes or drop long lag bolts all day every day? No, but there are higher end tools for that level of work, and you’re going to pay more for them. I’ve put this drill through some pretty tough use cases for about six months and recommend it.

You Get What You Pay For

34 of 35 people found the following review helpful
By rolomatic
You get what you pay for here. I just got this to replace my 10 year old Black & Decker (B&D) 12V Firestorm which still works great but I’m tired of always charging the dying old NiCad batteries that don’t last very long. I was way overdue for a Lithium Ion driver and I finally settled on this. At this price point nothing touches it but I really wish I could leave it half a star less and I’ll get into that in a bit. This is all the drill you should should ever need around your home and I’m fine with that. It has all the features of the more expensive brands I was looking at in the $100 price range such as the entry level Makita and Bosch cordless drills but at half the price. What’s the difference? You won’t see B&D products on a jobsite laboring day in and day out.

It’s light and pretty powerful.

76 of 84 people found the following review helpful
By Shazbot
The best things about this drill is that it’s really light and small, and quite powerful for it’s size. What’s not so good about it is the speed of the drill. It doesn’t have a really high RPM which is good for drilling.

Nice performer, BUT!

66 of 75 people found the following review helpful
By Amazon Customer
Compact but powerful. Charges quickly and is comfortable to hold and use. Smaller size works well in tight areas. My only reservation is that for some reason it is difficult to get the chuck tight enough on the drill bit to keep it from slipping. The chuck repeatedly slips on the drill bit when under heavy use or when the bit catches. Takes some effort and leverage to get the chuck tight enough on the bit. I’d give it a five if not for that.

small compact drill big power

62 of 73 people found the following review helpful
By cmt
This is a small but mighty drill! I would highly recommend it to a friend or Co worker. Battery life is excellent no complaints.

Smoking Gun

58 of 70 people found the following review helpful
By James
I purchased this item to use for home improvements and to fix miscellaneous items around the house. Intending on using it to screw in the screws and even drill holes with the appropriate bits. While using it during my third time, it began to smoke and spark. I do not recommend buying it as it is obviously an unsafe tool.


97 of 120 people found the following review helpful
By T Buck
I recently purchased a Kawasaki cordless from Costco for 44 bucks. My son admonished me for purchasing a cordless tool powered by a NiCad battery pack-old technology. It was promptly returned.
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