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DeWalt 60V Flexvolt Grinder w/ Kickback Brake Kit + (2) 60V 2.0Ah Batteries, Charger, & Bag $279.99 + Free S&H w/ Prime

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Tools.Woot [woot.com] has DeWalt 60V Flexvolt Grinder w/ Kickback Brake Kit + (2) 60V 2.0Ah Batteries & Charger (DCG414T2) for $279.99. Shipping is free w/ Amazon Prime, otherwise shipping is $6 flat rate.
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Probably the best deal since the $329 HD deal, which was this plus a DCG413B.

I have the DCG413 and it is pretty nice, other that the HATE I have for the stupid paddle switch. More specifically that little flap "lock" for the paddle. I have it taped down, but the tape is constantly coming loose. Anyway, the 20v just does not provide enough runtime for the grinder. I wonder if the DCB414 is worth the price to get the extended runtime out of the flexvolt batteries. I think the specs on the two grinders are pretty close to the same.
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I'm not getting this, but I'm repping you solely based on the fact you are calling the batteries 60v, 2.0AH. Every other yahoo would've posted as 6AH batteries, so major props to you.
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Actually looking at this it's a 60v 6ah battery. Dewalt also offers a 60v 9ah battery
you sir, are the yahoo he's talking about...
it's 60V 2.0Ah, 20V 6.0Ah.

Watts be watts my friend, they gota be the same Wink
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Actually looking at this it's a 60v 6ah battery. Dewalt also offers a 60v 9ah battery
Think about it for a second my friend, if this was a 60v 6ah, then when used for a 20v tool, it would function as as a 18ah 20v battery. Size-wise, it's only slightly bigger than a 5ah 20v battery.
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Yahoo here thanks for explaining your correction to my statement unlike the other yahoo above Smilie
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Probably the best deal since the $329 HD deal, which was this plus a DCG413B.

I have the DCG413 and it is pretty nice, other that the HATE I have for the stupid paddle switch. More specifically that little flap "lock" for the paddle. I have it taped down, but the tape is constantly coming loose. Anyway, the 20v just does not provide enough runtime for the grinder. I wonder if the DCB414 is worth the price to get the extended runtime out of the flexvolt batteries. I think the specs on the two grinders are pretty close to the same.
This grinder is totally i worth it. I have this one and the 20v flathead grinder and the flexvolt one is WAY more powerful. Its a beast even if you run this grinder at 10 minutes of continuous use compared to the 20v grinder of 10 mins continuous use you will get 2 to 3 times as many cuts or grinds out of the flexvolt. and the paddle trigger is nicer and more comfortable. the flexvolt grinder replaces the need for a corded grinder while the 20v does not. especially with 9 or 12ah batteries
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Think about it for a second my friend, if this was a 60v 6ah, then when used for a 20v tool, it would function as as a 18ah 20v battery. Size-wise, it's only slightly bigger than a 5ah 20v battery.
Im pretty sure the batteries switch between series and parallel based on which tool you're using, 60v or 20v. These batteries are actually 6AH.. if they weren't they would be much much smaller...
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I think part of the confusion is that the 60v 2ah battery also functions as a 20v 6ah battery, but it is always wrong to call it 60v 6ah. Also, when you mention 60v 2ah in the context of flexvolt, the dual function of 20v 6ah is implicitly understood.
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How good of a deal is this? Seems decent given the two batteries, but I don't really need a grinder that badly right now. Will need one in next few months though. I will be grinding down my wrought iron fence to repaint it (using flap disc). Is this too big for that purpose?
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The battery works on 20v DeWalt tools?
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The battery works on 20v DeWalt tools?
Yes it will
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How good of a deal is this? Seems decent given the two batteries, but I don't really need a grinder that badly right now. Will need one in next few months though. I will be grinding down my wrought iron fence to repaint it (using flap disc). Is this too big for that purpose?
This is a pro grade use tool. Very powerful prolly overkill for what you need but for the price its very nice. Lower end grinders with batteries may cost just as much. And if your interested in any other flexvolt tools for any reason you cant go wrong with this deal.
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This is a pro grade use tool. Very powerful prolly overkill for what you need but for the price its very nice. Lower end grinders with batteries may cost just as much. And if your interested in any other flexvolt tools for any reason you cant go wrong with this deal.
Yea, the main reason why I wouldn't mind spending a little bit more even if its overkill is because I have the 60V blower and it chews through the battery.
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