Black & Decker 20-Volt Lithium-Ion Slide Vac/Drill Kit

Black & Decker 20-Volt Lithium-Ion Slide Vac/Drill Kit
Price: $49.99
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Black & Decker 20-Volt Lithium-Ion Slide Vac/Drill Kit
Price: $49.99
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Ive been using this B&D 20v lithium tools for about a year now. The Matrix toolset, chainsaw, polesaw, leaf blower, weed wacker and more all using the same power source is a very compelling setup.

The dust buster alone goes from $90 on Amazon

Whereas this set also goes for $90.

These replacement batteries can be upwards of $45 alone, so I can pretty much discard the drill I don’t need and take advantage of the super cheap battery and vac!

Definitely in for 1.

Drill through some pretty Good Reviews

I’m pretty tempted by this, not gonna lie.

Battery is only $35 on Amazon with free shipping.

Does anybody know if the charger works from 220V?

What is the difference between the platinum and regular 20v max drill? I see a light. That’s a big price difference for a light?..


This Hand-held vacuum has a design flaw. The exhaust is located in the wrong place. It actually blows the dust around before you can suck it up. If you take a few minutes and look at Walmart / Amazons selection of Hand-helds you will notice none have this type of bottom exhaust (except this model). The reason …TO MANY RETURNS AND COMPLAINTS. Now they are just trying to get rid of the last of them.

I also noticed on Walmart that they removed the multiple bad ratings from customers on this model. Now instead of having something like 89 ratings (most of them bad) it has been reset to 1 - 5 star rating. Like this hand vacuum had just been introduced today.

Whatever your final decision consider the location of the exhaust and how it will affect the use of this product.

The final decision is yours.

whats the lb per sq in. expectation for the drill? I have the 20 volt max and its torque is very low.

no it’s not an impact driver, but other drills in this price range or a little higher have a much higher torque output.

115lb of torque per inch is what it claims. I have the non platinum and definitely not much torque

Can’t find if it is a 3/8 or 1/2 drill. Anyone know?

trying to purchase – error page on the checkout…anybody esle?

According to this it’s a 3/8.

Anyone been able to find a review on the drill (I don’t really care about the vacuum. I have other b&d 20v lithium products, but I need a drill. Is this better than the regular matrix drill?

Black and decker can make a good product, but they’re not making it easy to get info on the battery. I would be surprised if this was a 3ah battery or 60 watt hour. I like 4 amp hour batteries or better.

Divide by 12 … about 9.5 ft./lbs. of torque. Fine for driving screws for household tasks, but don’t expect it to be good for heavier duty tasks like building a deck or something.

I’m guessing not. B&D is made to a price point and audience, and I don’t see this as being any different. The Matrix lineup (NOT the one sold here) does have a plus of interchangeable heads (router, impact, etc.).

Yeah, it’d give great runtime, but you sure are NOT going to get that with most cordless power tools unless you’re prepared for the heft, which can be tiresome anytime you’re working overhead or in more confined and/or awkward spaces.

Anyways, the replacement battery ($35 from Amazon) notes it as 1.5 Ah; I wouldn’t expect the one included in this to be higher.

20V max (18V nominal) = 5 cells in the battery.

Just found that info, and was going to post here. I have the sears c3 system, and the weight is not a problem as I’m not working over head a lot. It does help with the weed eater run time, and having two batteries allows me to switch and charge at the same time though one battery usually is enough to cut. Then I use the charged one for the blower.

The Craftsman Bolt On series are interchangeable with the B & D Matrix series including 20v batteries, I have the complete set as mix n match.