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eBay: 2-Pack DeWALT 18-Volt 2.4-HP XRP Ni-Cd Battery (DC9096-2) - $74.99 Plus Free Shipping

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Factory Authorized Outlet via eBay has the 2-Pack DeWALT 18-Volt 2.4-HP XRP Ni-Cd Batter (DC9096-2) [ebay.com] for $74.99 Plus Free Shipping.
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DeWalt 18V (NiCad) is a dead-end, even if the tools themselves are still great. Anyone looking at replacement NiCad batteries should look at this instead: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B016K1UEPS. It converts existing DeWalt 18V tools to use the newer "20V Max" Lithium Ion packs. It isn't much more expensive than buying a two-pack of 18V batteries, and includes two 20V Max batteries.
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DeWalt 18V (NiCad) is a dead-end, even if the tools themselves are still great. Anyone looking at replacement NiCad batteries should look at this instead: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B016K1UEPS. It converts existing DeWalt 18V tools to use the newer "20V Max" Lithium Ion packs. It isn't much more expensive than buying a two-pack of 18V batteries, and includes two 20V Max batteries.
The converter is a great concept, but dewalt hasn't quite figured it out. I'm in my third convertor in a month. The clips are horrendous and sometimes require an excessive amount of work to pry them off. I'm yet to receive two working batteries. The angle of the base removes the ability to set your drill on its base. Great concept...dewalt hasn't gotten it right yet.
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