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Power Tool Batteries for Sale

High-quality power tool batteries ensure maximum performance and durability. That’s why it’s worth paying a good price for a replacement that’s going to stand the test of time. But with so many options available, how do you know which is the best for your needs?

 Are your batteries for power tools struggling to hold their charge? Or are they not charging in the first place? These are both signs that your power supply might have reached the end of its useful life. But before you throw your favourite electric drill away, consider a cheap way to breathe new life into it — a replacement power tool battery.

 Whether your electric screwdriver is struggling or your plunge saw has seen better days, it’s always a good idea to check if you need to buy a new power tools battery. If you’re looking for something that’s not expensive but of the highest quality, check out our latest range of power tools batteries for sale.

Which Power Tool Batteries Should I Buy?

There are three main types of battery for power tools. Check your device’s existing battery to see which kind you need.


These older generation batteries aren’t used very often these days, as they’re heavy and take a relatively long time to charge. This battery is no longer sold in the UK, but it’s often possible to replace them with an NiMh version.


These relatively light batteries are the best option if you need to replace an NiCd battery. However, they’re prone to self-discharging and deterioration after repeated use.


Li-ion products are widely considered to be the best batteries for power tools. Used in most modern power tools, Li-ion technology offers shorter charging times, longer usage times and extra durability. Li-ion batteries are also lighter than their counterparts, which makes them perfect for handheld devices.

Knowing the Difference Between Voltage and Capacity When Buying a Battery for Power Tools

The only way you can find the best battery for power tools is by knowing exactly what your particular device requires. And that means knowing the difference between voltage and capacity.

  •  Voltage is the main indicator of a battery’s suitability for a particular power tool. If you have a 24V drywall cutter, for example, you’ll need a 24V battery.
  •  Capacity is measured in ampere-hours — signified by either Ah or mAh. This measurement relates to the runtime the battery can deliver. The higher the number, the longer your power tool will operate with a single charge.

Buy the Power Tools Battery That’s Right for Your Device

What’s the best power tool battery for your needs? That depends on the tool you’re using and how you use it. Here are a few factors to consider when searching for batteries and battery power tool kits.

  • There are two types of power tool battery — slide-on and clip-on
  • The charge current reading signifies how quickly the battery charges
  • Choose the right type of battery for power tools NiMh or Li-ion (NiCd are now banned)
  • The voltage of your battery must match your power tool’s voltage requirement.

With depots in London, Birmingham, Glasgow, Manchester, Liverpool and Bristol, the best power tool battery for your needs is never far away. And with free next-day delivery on orders over £30, UK Planet Tools is your one-stop-shop for power tool batteries.

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