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banshee Replacement Power Tool Battery for Porter Cable 20 Volt PCC685L PCC685LP PCC680L PCC682L PCC600 + Charger

Item# SPM9464194002 | Model# PCC685L | Added on August 23, 2018 |
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banshee Replacement Power Tool Battery for Porter Cable 20 Volt PCC685L PCC685LP PCC680L PCC682L PCC600 + Charger
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Replacement Battery for Porter Cable PCC685L | Voltage: 20V | Capacity: 3000mAh | Chemistry: Li-ion | Replaces: PCC685L, PCC685LP, PCC680L, PCC682L, PCC600, PCC640, PCC690L, PCC601, PCC670 | Fits: Porter Cable 20V Max Tools, Lithium Drill, Oscillating Tool, Bare Tool, Blower, Flashlight, Cordless Tools, Drill Driver, Nail Gun, PCC700, PCC640, PCC601, PCCK602L2, PCCK604L2, PCC790LA, PCC670B, PCC700B, PCC650B, PCC660B, PCCK617L6, PCC772B, PCC710B, PCCK616L4, PCCK600LB, PCC641, PCCK640LB, PCC661B PCCK600LBR, PCC620LB, PCC771B, PCC620LBR, PCC671B, PCCK614L4, PCCK604LA,PCC620B, PCCK617L6R, PCCK619L8, PCCK605L2R, PCC650BR,PCCK602L2R, PCCK612L2R, PCC640B, PCC791B, PCCK612L2, PCC601LA, PCC670BR, PCC600LB, PCL120DDC-2, PCC601LBR, PCC606LAR, PCCK604L2R, PCC685L, PCCK603L2, PCCK615L4R, PCCK640LBR | Compatible with all Porter Cable 20V Drills and Tools | Higher 3.0AH Output to Ensure Longer Run Time | No Memory and Minimal Self Discharge So Battery Is Ready When Needed | 2 Year Free Replacement Warranty | The Banshee PCC682L Porter Cable 20V 3.0AH Lion Battery is built with only the highest quality cells and plastics available. Banshee is known for providing a top of the line replacement product guaranteed to out last and out perform the OEM. The 20V 3.0AH replacement Porter Cable battery is going to last longer then our competitors and is backed with a 2 year full replacement warranty. Charger Specs: Input: 110V-240V | Output: 20V MAX DC 2A | Compatible Chemistry: Lithium ... read more
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