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2-Pack DeWALT DCB206-2 20V 6.0Ah Max XR Premium Battery Pack EXPIRED

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Amazon has 2-Pack DeWALT DCB206-2 20V 6.0Ah Max XR Premium Battery Pack on sale for $129 (price displayed when added to cart). Shipping is free. Thanks justcant86

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This premium 6.0Ah battery provides 2x capacity of standard battery pack and 3x the capacity of compact XR battery pack. Perfect for higher demand tools (ex; demo hammers/grinders/more). Includes 3-year limited warranty w/ purchase. - Discombobulated

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Found this price looking for the 5.0Ah batteries which were ~117 for two.. Seems pretty good and Camelcamel shows this is the lowest price ever. Home Depot matched it as well if you prefer HD

https://www.homedepot.com/p/DEWAL.../301274931

https://www.amazon.com/DEWALT-Bat...B01M751WC3
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Just as an FYI, the shape of these batteries is different than the 5Ah and below and the 6Ah flexvolts. The only issues I've encountered with them is that they interfere with the belt clips on the drills and drivers. No issues with any other tools, they just stack a little differently in my boxes.
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Good price on a $/Ah.
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Just as an FYI, the shape of these batteries is different than the 5Ah and below and the 6Ah flexvolts. The only issues I've encountered with them is that they interfere with the belt clips on the drills and drivers. No issues with any other tools, they just stack a little differently in my boxes.
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Do these have 21700 cells? They look wider than regular Dewalt 20V batteries.
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Do these have 21700 cells? They look wider than regular Dewalt 20V batteries.
According to a pack teardown post I have read they are Panasonic/Sanyo 20700 cells. Yes they are NOT 18650's.
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Decent price, but I'd pay a bit more for Flexvolt batteries if you have or plan on owning and Flexvolt tools in the next few years. The 2ah 60v is backwards compatible to 6ah 20v
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Good deal. Thanks OP.
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way better. Smilie
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same price at Home depot
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I'd rather go with a Flexvolt battery for anything 6.0 and up. Not just for having the 60V option, but it will run cooler under load on demanding tools, like a grinder for example.
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According to a pack teardown post I have read they are Panasonic/Sanyo 20700 cells. Yes they are NOT 18650's.
are the 20700's preferred over the 18650s?
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FYI these don't fit on the new Dewalt 20v 1/4 sander.
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are the 20700's preferred over the 18650s?
Yes the 20700 and 21700 are higher capacity cells. They will actually run the tool motors with more power at a higher RPM. The newer compact 3ah batteries have those cells also.
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