I have an older B & D cordless drill, CD180S, using 18V battery pack.
After a number of years of relatively satisfactory service I dropped it and the bottom of the clamshell body broke off.
I’m wondering if any of the new cordless drills will be able to run on the batteries I now own.
Scouring the B&D site for tech details was disappointing. I can’t even find chuck sizes for the most part.
I have dropped this drill many times without damage if you discount cosmetic damage. This drill’s appearance tells the story about how hard it has been used.
I’m also wondering if I should just buy the replacement for the plastic body parts that broke?
It would be nice to get a new drill, but I don’t want to discard two useable batteries and the almost new charger I just bought about nine months ago.
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