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I thought the same but compared to 5ah it's larger and heavier in every way, was assuming . It's kinda weird as the new 3ah doesn't seem that big compared to 2ah, but the 6 is a monster. I don't have any flexvolt but those have to be silly.

I haven't weighed it yet but it seems noticably heavier.

Actually be right back will weight them.

Soo my scale which could be off says 30.5oz for 6ah and 21.9oz for 5ah.,.. meaning it's 20% more ah but 39%heavier
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Great deal. Close to employee discount price.
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Picked one up. Thanks OP.
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Just picked up a pair on fb marketplace this morning for $100, pretty positive they were hot. BTW they are huge, not sure I have a tool worth using them for.... I'm sure the 899 impact and 7 1/4" saw would do well with them but they are heavy and best for a stationary tool imo. Thinking of selling one as 5ah seems like a better fit for me
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Just picked up a pair on fb marketplace this morning for $100, pretty positive they were hot. BTW they are huge, not sure I have a tool worth using them for.... I'm sure the 899 impact and 7 1/4" saw would do well with them but they are heavy and best for a stationary tool imo. Thinking of selling one as 5ah seems like a better fit for me
6 can't be that much bigger than 5? But I would imagine good for trimmer or blower. Although the 5ah trimmer one already lasts plenty long enough
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6 can't be that much bigger than 5? But I would imagine good for trimmer or blower. Although the 5ah trimmer one already lasts plenty long enough
I thought the same but compared to 5ah it's larger and heavier in every way, was assuming . It's kinda weird as the new 3ah doesn't seem that big compared to 2ah, but the 6 is a monster. I don't have any flexvolt but those have to be silly.

I haven't weighed it yet but it seems noticably heavier.

Actually be right back will weight them.

Soo my scale which could be off says 30.5oz for 6ah and 21.9oz for 5ah.,.. meaning it's 20% more ah but 39%heavier
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I use the 6ah with my chain saw, circular saw and Sawzall. The 4ah with my blower, trimmer and hedger trimmer. The 2ah with the drill and impact driver. So don't really need this atm.
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Looks the the 6AH 60v/20v Flex batteries are on sale for 172 also https://amzn.to/2ZevFVX
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why do you guys need so much power? I have two 1.5 ah, and a 3 ah, and have never even come close to using up the two 1.5ah.
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why do you guys need so much power? I have two 1.5 ah, and a 3 ah, and have never even come close to using up the two 1.5ah.
Well, what tools are you using? My router drained a 1.5 ah in minutes, and trying to run the chainsaw on one would be a laugh riot.
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why do you guys need so much power? I have two 1.5 ah, and a 3 ah, and have never even come close to using up the two 1.5ah.
Yeah, my blower and string trimmer eat the 3ah batteries I have and I can almost go through a 5ah each when I mow. My impact driver, on the other hand, can survive for quite a while on my 1.5ah so long as I'm not doing drywall or decking/fencing.
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Home Depot sells the 6ah as a 2 pack for ~$156, so this Amazon deal is decent.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/DEWALT-20-Volt-MAX-XR-Lithium-Ion-Premium-Battery-Pack-6-0Ah-2-Pack-DCB206-2/301274931
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These would last a very long time in the fan or the lights.

Still somewhat regret returning the $99 Blower and $99 Weed Trimmer that came with a 5ah each. Should have just sold the bare tools for the batteries
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Looks the the 6AH 60v/20v Flex batteries are on sale for 172 also https://amzn.to/2ZevFVX
That's about regular price for 2pack. They are $149/1 $179/2 at Big Orange.
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