BLACK+DECKER LDX120C 20-Volt MAX Lithium-Ion Cordless Drill/Driver

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Amazon Price: $50.23 $50.23 (as of July 26, 2017 12:46 pm – Details). Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on the Amazon site at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.

The Black & Decker LBXR20 20 Volt MAX Extended Run Time Lithium Battery is compatible with the 20-Volt MAX line of power and gardening tools. These batteries have been formulated for longer runtime and improved performance. This battery is compatible with cordless tool models BDC120VA100, BDCDMT120, BDCDMT120-2, BDCDMT120F, BDCDMT120IA, BDCF20, BDH2000SL, LD3K220, LCC220, LCS120, LCS120B, LD120VA, LDX120C, LDX120PK, LDX120SB, LDX220SB, LDX220SBFC, LGC120, GLC120B, LHT210, LHT2220, LHT2220B, LLP120, LLP120B, LPHT120, LPHT120B, LPP120, LPP120B, LST220, LSW120, LSW20, LSW20B, SSL20SB, SSL20SB-2.

Technical Details

  • Light weight, LED Worklight, Always Ready

Customer Reviews

Guys (Yes, And Girls Too), More Than Adequate Drill; Power And Battery Test (Non-Scientific) Long Review

984 people found this helpful.
 on May 28, 2016
By AttackOfTheVapors
Don’t know why I’m reviewing this drill. I guess it’s because after reading all the other reviews prior to buying, I’m somewhat conflicted since mostly, people either seem to love or hate this drill and I’d like to get my two cents worth in. After reading about a bazillion reviews (small exaggeration) I didn’t know what to think and, I thought perhaps I could help my fellow Amazonians (is that a word?) make a buying decision based upon my own, hopefully informed opinion. While I am not an expert, I do build and sell hardwood furniture and am familiar with most of the tools that you would find in a working woodshop.

You Get What You Pay For

410 people found this helpful.
 on May 31, 2015
By rolomatic
You get what you pay for here. I just got this to replace my 10 year old Black & Decker (B&D) 12V Firestorm which still works great but I’m tired of always charging the dying old NiCad batteries that don’t last very long. I was way overdue for a Lithium Ion driver and I finally settled on this. At this price point nothing touches it but I really wish I could leave it half a star less and I’ll get into that in a bit. This is all the drill you should should ever need around your home and I’m fine with that. It has all the features of the more expensive brands I was looking at in the $100 price range such as the entry level Makita and Bosch cordless drills but at half the price. What’s the difference? You won’t see B&D products on a jobsite laboring day in and day out.

One of the best drills that I have ever owned

615 people found this helpful.
 on October 23, 2012
By matthew
I purchased this drill from Lowes one day because I had an older Craftsman with two dead batteries and decided to purchase this instead of new batteries. I made the right decision. Compared to most drills that I have used in the past, it is quite small, but it is a 20v drill and you cannot beat it. It is able to get into smaller spaces than my other drills and has plenty of power to spare. One feature that it has is a LED light that shines on the location where you are using it. Totally unnecessary for most things, but a nice addition when you do end up in that one dark spot.

Highly Recommend After Several Months Of Use

21 people found this helpful.
 on July 9, 2016
By Carbona Not Glue
Had it for about 2 months now and have used it extensively. Haven’t identified any real weaknesses or drawbacks to it yet. Battery life is good to excellent. It’s light and torquey. Bit install is quick easy and right. It’s quite a bit smaller than my previous black and decker drill. Two of the best things about this drill is the LED light that illuminates the area to be drilled and it stands up on its own when placed on its battery base on a table or floor. Highly recommended unit.

Great little drill, powerful, lasts a long time, able to drive large SureLOK bolts

5 people found this helpful.
 on July 28, 2016
By Timm Martin
Very powerful little drill. Have used this to build a large deck. I’ve driven over 2000 screws with it. Surprisingly it drove SureLOK 6″ bolts with no problem, even though my old corded drill didn’t have enough torque. It lasts over a half hour of continuous use on a single battery. It does get a little hot when using it that long. I thought for sure I would’ve burned it up by now, but it’s still working great. The only thing I would question is the torque adjustment. I’ve only used the drill setting and 10, the highest. Anything less seems to spin before the screw is flush, but perhaps that’s because I’m driving 2-1/2″ and 4″ screws, and the lower settings may be appropriate for smaller screws. Very happy with this drill.

One Heck of a Drill!

7 people found this helpful.
 on May 15, 2015
By idealady
I bought this drill for my husband – aren’t I nice!? He had an older drill that really couldn’t handle anything heavy. When he got this drill his eyes lit up! Then he tried it and he was really happy. He said it has more power than he expected and has made difficult job much easier. He was going to keep the old drill as a back-up but he said he rather just get rid of the old one and rely on this B&D. He also said he was sorry I hadn’t ordered it for him before I had him install shutters on a brick house! It took 4-ever! Oh well, he’s got the power now!

Easy to use.

11 people found this helpful.
 on May 21, 2016
By Quirky Girl
I had to drill holes to install knobs in a cabinet. My very first drilling project EVER. It’s super easy to use (please read the instructions), light and small enough for my hands. I’m looking around the house to see what else I can use the drill on. It’s perfect for me–love it!

you might be disappointed with the lack of a few features

One person found this helpful.
 on February 24, 2017
By John
At under $40, and for an occasional use basic homeowner drill, I would add an extra star (5 stars). For someone who is an avid ‘do-it-yourself’ type, who appreciates a high quality tool, you might be disappointed with the lack of a few features: This drill only has a 3/8″ chuck instead of the 1/2″; It is a single speed drill from 0 – 650 rpm, no dual speed; while it does have an LED, the placement is poor so that it frequently creates a shadow over your work-space in low light conditions (look for an angled LED at the base or multiple LEDs on the head); there are only 10 clutch settings + drill, with setting No. 10 not offering enough torque; a glove is recommended when tightening the chuck on ‘max’ or ‘drill’ setting; no battery life indicator.

I Love It

6 people found this helpful.
 on June 27, 2016
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