Milwaukee 48-11-2130 Redlithium USB Battery

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Milwaukee 48-11-2130 Redlithium USB Battery Model: miln48112130

Product Features & specs :

Milwaukee 48-11-2130 Redlithium USB Battery

MORE RUNTIME. LONGER LIFE. FASTER CHARGING. The Milwaukee REDLITHIUM USB Battery powers Milwaukee USB Rechargeable products. The REDLTIHIUM USB Battery delivers more runtime, longer life, and faster charging. Get more performance with 2X more capacity than three AAA Alkaline batteries. Eliminate the need for disposable batteries with over 2,000 charges for longer life. Get back to work faster with 3X faster charge times when charged by a Milwaukee USB Rechargeable product or the REDLITHIUM USB Charger. The Milwaukee REDLITHIUM USB Battery is covered by a 2 year warranty.
  • Compatible With Milwaukee USB Rechargeable Products
  • More Runtime: 2X More Capacity than (3) AAA Alkaline Batteries
  • Longer Life: Over 2,000 Recharges
  • Faster Charging: 3X Faster Charge Time (*When Charged With Milwaukee USB Rechargeable Products or REDLITHIUM USB Charger)
  • Charge Inside Milwaukee USB Rechargeable Products or With 48-59-2002 REDLITHIUM Charger
  • Two Year Warranty on REDLITHIUM USB Battery
What’s Included:
Wifi compatibility
Battery Type
Bluetooth Compatibility
Case Included
Recharge Time
2 Hours
Battery Style
2.95 in.
0.87 in.
0.87 in.
0.12 lbs.

Reviews :

3.3 / 5.0
3 Reviews
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1 Star
Battery life not so great
My organization bought roughly 70 of these for use based upon the ability to charge via USB as well as the reported long live of the batteries. We are about 3 months in and nearly every one of them only has a batter life of about 30-60 minutes even on low setttings. Love the light they put out, just wish they had better battery life
May 14, 2020
Originally posted at
Fine battery, but this isn't a "system" ... yet.
I've got M18 and M12 systems, and a couple of these batteries, the charger/power source, and a work light but what I'm really waiting for is a minimal, super compact screwdriver powered by these batteries. Something smaller than the weird M4 screwdriver. For those of us Milwaukee nuts who could use a secondary (or tertiary) system, GIVE US WHAT WE WANT! :)
April 25, 2020
Originally posted at
Good flash light , not so good battery
Flashlight is pretty robust no issues at all, battery is the problem.
I bought 3 batteries and the stand alone battery charger for faster replacement, 2 of the batteries died within minutes of use even after charging with a steady green light, i would like to have the option to hook and additional battery or get a higher ah battery.
February 27, 2020
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