Black & Decker Power Tools
Black & Decker has been in the power tool business since 1910, and their recent strategic alliance with non-power tool giant Stanley has given them a footprint in the DIY and professional tool market that is unsurpassed in the industry. With a grasp of every kind of battery technology used in tools, they can build around the strengths and weaknesses of lead-acid, NiCd, NiMH, and Li-Ion technologies to bring you the best tool for the best price.
- Black & Decker® - Professional Power StationStarting at: $143.16$143.16
- Black & Decker® - Power InverterStarting at: $63.85$63.85
- Black & Decker® - Simple Battery ChargerStarting at: $61.79$61.79
- Black & Decker® - Jump Starter Starting at: $63.85$63.85
- Black & Decker® - 100 Watt Power Inverter Starting at: $32.95$32.95
- Black & Decker® - Waterproof LED Rechargeable SpotlightStarting at: $69.00$69.00
- Black & Decker® - 3 Watt LED Alkaline SpotlightStarting at: $31.92$31.92
- Black & Decker® - Rechargeable Halogen SpotlightStarting at: $38.10$38.10
- Black & Decker® - Random Orbital Waxer / PolisherStarting at: $41.19$41.19
One of the more ubiquitous power sources on the planet is the ordinary 12v car battery, and Black & Decker is right there when it comes to giving you a way to maximize any 12V-powered device or vehicle. They have ways to turn 12V DC current into 120V AC current to run many things straight from the house. These inverters come small enough to keep in your pocket and will let you charge a phone, laptop, or other small device directly from the power socket on the dash. Heavier-duty inverters, which need to be powered more directly from the battery, can handle larger devices, like stereos, TV sets, and even refrigerators.
When you’re using that much power from your vehicle battery, or if you have an RV, motorcycle, quad or PWC that isn’t used regularly, it can suffer from the dreaded dead battery syndrome. Batteries discharge themselves when unattended, and need regular recharging. Black & Decker has an assortment of battery chargers and portable jumpstarters to handle this. Choose a battery charger that has enough power to start a dead car fast, or one that has float-charge function that will keep a battery charged without overcharging it and boiling out all of the water in the electrolyte.
Working on your car, or your house, camping, hunting and fishing, and all manner of activities takes a little light on the subject, so look to Black & Decker for a good handheld spotlight or worklight. You can choose from a variety of light sources: conventional halogen flashlight lamps, automotive-style quartz headlight bulbs, efficient, cool-running LED bulbs that will extend your battery life 5-10 times, or the powerful, high HID (High-Intensity Discharge) bulbs used in high-end automotive headlights. Power these powerful light sources with ordinary flashlight batteries, rechargeable lead-acid or NiMH batteries, or power-packed lightweight Li-Ion batteries with a low self-discharge rate. There’s sure to be a light with the right combination of brightness, battery life and price for you.
| Posted by Christopher | (Redmond, WA)
I have a truck with many accessories, and I need the best battery to maintain the starting power. The reason I got the battery maintainer is that it keeps the battery at its top voltage all the time. I got the cigarette adapter for ease of not having to open the hood every time I connect the maintainer. I simply open the driver's side window a little bit and connect to the cig lighter receptacle. It works Great, & I'm very happy with it! For the price, It can't be beat!!!
| Posted by Hornett | (Waldorf, MD)
Finally found a charger that actually works as described! I bought it to charge my motorhome batteries at a fast clip from my generator when out in the boondocks. However, I use it for all my other needs now. The desulphation mode added additional capacity to my six year old Trojan deep cycle batteries in the motorhome, so now I can go for four days dry camping without needing a recharge from using TV, etc. I told my brother about it and now he has one also with the same results. It is a powerhouse in a small package
| Posted by Hiba | (Boise, ID)
This is my third spotlight. The first two were of another make that could be best described as rubbish. This Black and Decker unit though, has proven to be an excellent spotlight with long service between battery charges. It projects a well focused beam of light that illuminates objects both in the open and in a wooded area. Another strong point is that it is self contained - the charger is build in and there is no transformer necessary to charge the battery. It is a strong performer.
It is not too heavy, easy to use. I used it for the first time about 2 weeks ago when my Honda ran out of battery because I left my lights on. Luckily I have it charged. It was a simple stuff to do. I just pick it up, put it next to my car battery, plug it, and then start the engine. I few minutes later I was on my way!
| Posted by Larry | (Brownsville, TX)
Wow, this thing really puts out some light and is very light weight. I got one for Christmas and was so impressed with it, I purchased another one. Holds a charge for a long time. Perfect for use in a boat or anywhere you need a lot of light or need to see for a long distance.