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2-Pack DeWALT 20V/60V 9.0Ah MAX FLEXVOLT Lithium-Ion Battery EXPIRED

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CPO Commerce via eBay has 2-Pack DeWALT 20V/60V 9.0Ah MAX FLEXVOLT Lithium-Ion Battery for $174.21 w/ coupon code PLUGGEDIN. Shipping is free. Thanks tunabreath
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  • The dual-voltage 20V/60V MAX FLEXVOLT 9.0 Ah battery automatically changes voltage when you change tools, providing 9.0Ah in a 20V tool and 3.0Ah in a 60V tool.
  • This price beats the previous frontpage deal last September by $19.95. - CChoiVA

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CPO commerce via ebay has 2 pack DEWALT DCB6092 20V/60V MAX FLEXVOLT 9 Ah Li-Ion Battery for $174.21 after applying 15% off coupon code PLUGGEDIN. Shipping is free.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/DEWALT-D...6000003158

Features
  • Dual-voltage for ultimate flexibility
  • 6X runtime when used in a 20V MAX tools
  • Runs cooler than leading competitor 9 Ah battery for better efficiency
  • 180 watt hours of energy in each battery pack. Get 360 watt hours when using (2) FLEXVOLT 9 Ah batteries in 120V MAX tools
  • Compatible with all 20V MAX chargers
  • Compatible with all 20V MAX, 60V MAX, and 120V MAX tools and products
  • Silicone encapsulated module helps keep dust and debris out
  • Operates in outside temperatures down to 0 degrees F
  • LED charge status display on battery
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If you assume correct listing information and an average power storage of 10 watt hours per cell, then these have 18x 18650s per pack. Good quality cells that DeWalts use cost somewhere in the neighborhood of $1-2 each. So for 2 packs I'm looking at a minimum of $36 here, could be as much as $100 in cells alone. Then factor in design and R&D costs, manufacturing and distribution, name rights, etc... I can easily see these prices in our economy.
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Good price, near $10/AH.
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If I had hardware that needed this for it I'd get this, last year one 9ah was $250 now they are $80-$90 each; what?
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I'm bad with the terminology. Does this flexvolt work with the older battery tech (NiCad?) or is it only flex in terms of voltage? I bought the older batteries for my tool set, not knowing they make an adapter for Li-Ion batteries to work with the new ones.
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I'm bad with the terminology. Does this flexvolt work with the older battery tech (NiCad?) or is it only flex in terms of voltage? I bought the older batteries for my tool set, not knowing they make an adapter for Li-Ion batteries to work with the new ones.
Flex Volt means they will work on both 20V and 60V tools. I am not sure if they will work on the 18V tools with the adaptor or not.
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I'm bad with the terminology. Does this flexvolt work with the older battery tech (NiCad?) or is it only flex in terms of voltage? I bought the older batteries for my tool set, not knowing they make an adapter for Li-Ion batteries to work with the new ones.
Flex volt will work in 20v max tools or the higher voltage 60v max tools. These batteries are 9 Ah at 20v or 3 Ah at 60 volts.
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Flex Volt means they will work on both 20V and 60V tools. I am not sure if they will work on the 18V tools with the adaptor or not.
Thanks. I wonder if they will but still need the adapter. I'll start researching :-)
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Flex volt will work in 20v max tools or the higher voltage 60v max tools. These batteries are 9 Ah at 20v or 3 Ah at 60 volts.
Thanks!
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If I had hardware that needed this for it I'd get this, last year one 9ah was $250 now they are $80-$90 each; what?
Never 250 for 1. The 12ah retails 250 for 1. The 9ah retail for 1 for 200 or 2 for 280 although found often at 2 for 250
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Jumping on this deal, as it's the best one I've seen yet. Currently only have 2 2Ah and 1 4Ah batteries that die quickly with my lawn+garden tools
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About $15 worth of battery in those packs...it's crazy what these manufactures are charging for batteries
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Flex Volt means they will work on both 20V and 60V tools. I am not sure if they will work on the 18V tools with the adaptor or not.
Technically yes they will work in an 18V platform. There is a YouTuber who does live tool competitions between brands. He has burnt out a couple Dewalt 18V tools with Flex Volt batteries by pushing them hard. He found out that Dewalt will not warranty a tool that is not XR or 60V rated with use of a Flex Volt battery. So if you have an 18V tool and you use these batteries and the motor burns out Dewalt will probably not warranty the tool.
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About $15 worth of battery in those packs...it's crazy what these manufactures are charging for batteries
If you assume correct listing information and an average power storage of 10 watt hours per cell, then these have 18x 18650s per pack. Good quality cells that DeWalts use cost somewhere in the neighborhood of $1-2 each. So for 2 packs I'm looking at a minimum of $36 here, could be as much as $100 in cells alone. Then factor in design and R&D costs, manufacturing and distribution, name rights, etc... I can easily see these prices in our economy.
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$189 for me. Am I missing something
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