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Amazon has DEWALT 18V Battery, XRP, Combo Pack (DC9096-2) for $69 shipped free.
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I'm not trying to thread crap but there is absolutely no point in buying these 18v batteries anymore. Dewalt makes adapters for the old 18v tools allowing them to use the 20v lithium batteries, and there are inexpensive generic adapters out there as well.

You would be much better off in the long run buying the adapters and switching over to the 20v batteries, even if you go with knock-offs. Lots of ways to get inexpensive batteries and chargers as well. Promos left and right.
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There are several of the 18v tools that don't work with the adapter and 20v battery.

It would be really nice if the 18v Li Ion DC9182 battery was still available, but, alas.
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I'm amazed this stuff is still available! Ha!
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This is a hot Deal on the 18v batteries. These used to go on sale a couple years ago at about this price, but those days are long gone. These batteries used to be regular priced at $99 but are now being sold for $120-$150 for the 2 pack. You would be hard pressed to find these less then $100 on ebay and these regulary sell for ~$110 with shipping on ebay.
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Great find. With 5% cb and buying 4 ended up just over 25$ a battery!
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Nice....
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The adapter to use the new batteries was on sale for $20 a week or so ago. I've got 3 of those and I plan to phase out my 18v batteries and chargers as they die of old age.
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I'm not trying to thread crap but there is absolutely no point in buying these 18v batteries anymore. Dewalt makes adapters for the old 18v tools allowing them to use the 20v lithium batteries, and there are inexpensive generic adapters out there as well.

You would be much better off in the long run buying the adapters and switching over to the 20v batteries, even if you go with knock-offs. Lots of ways to get inexpensive batteries and chargers as well. Promos left and right.
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I'm not trying to thread crap but there is absolutely no point in buying these 18v batteries anymore. Dewalt makes adapters for the old 18v tools allowing them to use the 20v lithium batteries, and there are inexpensive generic adapters out there as well.

You would be much better off in the long run buying the adapters and switching over to the 20v batteries, even if you go with knock-offs. Lots of ways to get inexpensive batteries and chargers as well. Promos left and right.
There are several of the 18v tools that don't work with the adapter and 20v battery.

It would be really nice if the 18v Li Ion DC9182 battery was still available, but, alas.
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Love it OP. Was debating buying a new set cause the batteries were so expensive. Picked up 2 of these! Saved me some cash!!!
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I'm not trying to thread crap but there is absolutely no point in buying these 18v batteries anymore. Dewalt makes adapters for the old 18v tools allowing them to use the 20v lithium batteries, and there are inexpensive generic adapters out there as well.

You would be much better off in the long run buying the adapters and switching over to the 20v batteries, even if you go with knock-offs. Lots of ways to get inexpensive batteries and chargers as well. Promos left and right.
I didn't know that was possible, well I ordered a 2 pack, by the time three run out I will probably buy a new set of tools lol.
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There are several of the 18v tools that don't work with the adapter and 20v battery.
I've never heard of this.
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I've never heard of this.
The adapter does not work on the 18v nailers, I can tell you that. Which is totally sucktacular cause the 18g I have is awesome.
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The adapter does not work on the 18v nailers, I can tell you that. Which is totally sucktacular cause the 18g I have is awesome.
My 16 GA and 18 GA nailers only accept the NiCd batteries. They are still the best cordless nailers ever and are far superior to the newer Dewalt, Ryobi, Ridgid, and Hitachi I have tried.
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