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Last Edited by mlacey3 June 30, 2016 at 08:52 AM
CPOOutlets.com is having an up to 15% off sale on everything they carry. All DeWALT items are 15% off, including the soon to be released Flexvolt items. I just ordered the drill & driver combo for $322.15, down from the preorder price of $379. I imagine this should work for any Flexvolt item. Of course this is good for any other item but I thought this was particularly great for the unreleased Flexvolt items.

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Damn it OP. I can't believe I'm actually considering pre ordering a table saw and mitre saw. On one hand this seems like a good opportunity and on the other hand my impulse buys are officially out of hand.

Any news on what will come of their 40v outdoor tools? Will they switch over to 60-120v if the batteries aren't interchangeable already?

Solid deal thanks for sharing!

Also wondering if the table and mitre saws will have an optional way to plug them in the old fashioned way just in case. Any idea?
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Last edited by Krogan June 30, 2016 at 06:47 AM
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Damn it OP. I can't believe I'm actually considering pre ordering a table saw and mitre saw. On one hand this seems like a good opportunity and on the other hand my impulse buys are officially out of hand.

Any news on what will come of their 40v outdoor tools? Will they switch over to 60-120v if the batteries aren't interchangeable already?

Solid deal thanks for sharing!

Also wondering if the table and mitre saws will have an optional way to plug them in the old fashioned way just in case. Any idea?
With the new 60v OPE, I can't see them keeping the 40v line around much longer.
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Damn it OP. I can't believe I'm actually considering pre ordering a table saw and mitre saw. On one hand this seems like a good opportunity and on the other hand my impulse buys are officially out of hand.

Any news on what will come of their 40v outdoor tools? Will they switch over to 60-120v if the batteries aren't interchangeable already?

Solid deal thanks for sharing!

Also wondering if the table and mitre saws will have an optional way to plug them in the old fashioned way just in case. Any idea?
The table saw is 60v and looks like it only runs off one of the batteries. The mitre saw is 120v and runs off two of the Flexvolt batteries (60v ea). There's also a plug that you can buy to run the mitre off a plug. It's an adapter that fits where the batteries mount.
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Quote from Krogan View Post :
Damn it OP. I can't believe I'm actually considering pre ordering a table saw and mitre saw. On one hand this seems like a good opportunity and on the other hand my impulse buys are officially out of hand.

Any news on what will come of their 40v outdoor tools? Will they switch over to 60-120v if the batteries aren't interchangeable already?

Solid deal thanks for sharing!

Also wondering if the table and mitre saws will have an optional way to plug them in the old fashioned way just in case. Any idea?
I don't understand how people can use the internet to post questions, and then not know about Google. Do you not understand that you can google your questions? How about doing that and posting useful information instead of asking questions that someone else has to google for you?
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I don't understand how people can use the internet to post questions, and then not know about Google. Do you not understand that you can google your questions? How about doing that and posting useful information instead of asking questions that someone else has to google for you?
Truth... but sometimes this is the case for me, as I want to be discreet while at work. It helps because I am able to use the community to source answers to questions that I can't immediately access at the time. Of course, I do my part and contribute to the community when possible.

All in all, it's a matter of give and take.
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Quote from Krogan View Post :
Damn it OP. I can't believe I'm actually considering pre ordering a table saw and mitre saw. On one hand this seems like a good opportunity and on the other hand my impulse buys are officially out of hand.

Any news on what will come of their 40v outdoor tools? Will they switch over to 60-120v if the batteries aren't interchangeable already?

Solid deal thanks for sharing!

Also wondering if the table and mitre saws will have an optional way to plug them in the old fashioned way just in case. Any idea?
The 40v system has over twice the capacity of the 20v/60v system. I cannot see how the flexvolt system could possibly replace the 40v system with such small batteries. Remember, the 40v system is supposed to compare to gas powered lawn tools which takes a lot of watts.
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I see what you're getting at. I don't think Dewalt intends to replace the 40v max product/battery line. From the numbers, I don't see these flexvolt batteries being used in the same applications as the 40v max line. They made the felxvolt specific to both the 20v and 60v lines.

The flexvolt battery has 15 cells that run in either parallel (20v tools) or series (60v tools).
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cool stuff but way too expensive
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I don't understand how people can use the internet to post questions, and then not know about Google. Do you not understand that you can google your questions? How about doing that and posting useful information instead of asking questions that someone else has to google for you?
Yeah let's just do a Google search. It sometimes makes sense to ask questions in a tool thread because most of those posting either own or know about a tool or product. No need to be a dick about it. So if someone says excuse me do you have the time? Is your response get a watch. This forum is to help not to say go farking Google it. Don't know what ymmv is Google it.
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I see what you're getting at. I don't think Dewalt intends to replace the 40v max product/battery line. From the numbers, I don't see these flexvolt batteries being used in the same applications as the 40v max line. They made the felxvolt specific to both the 20v and 60v lines.

The flexvolt battery has 15 cells that run in either parallel (20v tools) or series (60v tools).
What would be cool is they flex volt it up to 110 Smilie. I have a feeling 60v isn't going to cut it. Never mind I just read about this flex volt. It pairs 2 60v batteries holy shit that is cool. I'm sure the tools will cost a arm leg kidney and a left toe.
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Thanks, picked up a laser level.
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I don't understand how people can use the internet to post questions, and then not know about Google. Do you not understand that you can google your questions? How about doing that and posting useful information instead of asking questions that someone else has to google for you?
I actually like when people ask questions and I get to see the response in the same thread the item is posted. This saves me from doing a Google search and it also shows me what questions I should be asking.
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Damn it OP. I can't believe I'm actually considering pre ordering a table saw and mitre saw. On one hand this seems like a good opportunity and on the other hand my impulse buys are officially out of hand.

Any news on what will come of their 40v outdoor tools? Will they switch over to 60-120v if the batteries aren't interchangeable already?

Solid deal thanks for sharing!

Also wondering if the table and mitre saws will have an optional way to plug them in the old fashioned way just in case. Any idea?
just saw a product demonstration video for a 60v chainsaw. I assume they will be phasing out the 40 line and keep the 20v and 60v only since they are interchangeable now.

Quote from fjkinzie View Post :
The table saw is 60v and looks like it only runs off one of the batteries. The mitre saw is 120v and runs off two of the Flexvolt batteries (60v ea). There's also a plug that you can buy to run the mitre off a plug. It's an adapter that fits where the batteries mount.
there's also going to be a 4 battery charger that can also be used to output power to corded tools as long as you have 4 batteries on it.
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Last edited by jeffmorrr June 30, 2016 at 09:02 AM
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Quote from ericgst View Post :
The 40v system has over twice the capacity of the 20v/60v system. I cannot see how the flexvolt system could possibly replace the 40v system with such small batteries. Remember, the 40v system is supposed to compare to gas powered lawn tools which takes a lot of watts.
they are already showing off a 60v chainsaw.
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