• (1) 48-11-1880 M18™ REDLITHIUM™ HIGH OUTPUT™ XC8.0 Battery Pack
• REDLINK™ Intelligence: Our battery circuitry provides optimized performance and overload protection using total system communication between tool, battery and charger
• Best-in-class construction: Offers long-lasting performance and the best protection against jobsite, weather and environmental conditions
• FUEL™ gauge onboard: Displays remaining run-time
• Versatility: Powers all 175+ M18™ cordless solutions
• Compatible with all M18™ tools
• 3 year battery warranty
• Includes: (1) M18™ REDLITHIUM™ HIGH OUTPUT™ XC8.0 Battery Pack
• Length: 5.46"
• Height: 3.22"
• Width: 3.3"
• Weight: 2.33
The MILWAUKEE® M18™ REDLITHIUM™ HIGH OUTPUT™ XC8.0 Battery Pack provides 50% more power and runs 50% cooler vs M18™ REDLITHIUM™ XC battery packs. The optimized combination of smaller size and increased power of the 18-volt battery provides a great solution for the entire range of M18™ products. The lithium-ion battery delivers fade-free power and runs substantially cooler through heavy applications, allowing trade professionals to push their cordless tools throughout a wide application range. The M18™ XC8.0 battery provides increased power in extreme-cold weather conditions (below 0F / -18C) and delivers more work per charge, driving corded replacement. The REDLITHIUM™ HIGH OUTPUT™ XC8.0 extended capacity battery is fully compatible with all 175+ Milwaukee M18™ solutions.
I feel bad writing this, cause I love Milwaukee tools. However I bought one of these batteries last summer and it's already having a hard time keeping a charge. It only last about 10 minutes of light use in my impact. I'll have to start reading reviews before purchasing Milwaukee products now.
I put this on my smaller reciprocating saw and cut through a PVC pipe, when I let go of the trigger the tool kept running, I pulled the trigger a few more times but it would not stop running. It quit when I pulled the battery. The battery was fully charged before use, but it showed one bar after glitch. When I put it on my charger it emediatly showed fully charged. After that I put it on my 1/2 hammer drill and it worked perfect..
This battery made it through just one use and charge cycle and then failed to charge. Date code shows a 2019 manufacture date. I have been waiting two months for a repair or warranty replacement from the Milwaukee repair center. I won't buy another 48-11-1880 or 48-11-1890 battery until they can increase the reliability and/or the warranty replacement/repair speed.
Everything cordless ? ...maybe not ....ive been a contractor for 35 years and have uesd millwaukee all that time the cordless tools ok lets start with the vacume dust container is hard to remove and replace not real reliable with any battery short life .....the batterys do not hold up like they uesd to ....i can't recommend something I'm fritrated with
I own three of these batteries and I haven't had one issue with them so far. It seems like when I use them in my hackzall it will cut forever and my hackzall isn't even FUEL or brushless. The 12.0 battery is too bulky and the 6.0 battery seems to run out of juice too quickly. This 8.0 battery seems to strike a balance between a perfect amount of runtime,battery size, and power it
pushes out. If you have problems with any Milwaukee tool their customer service has always been extremely helpful in my experience.