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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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Alternatively, Home Depot also has 2-Pack DeWALT DCB206-2 20V 6.0Ah Max XR Premium Battery Pack on sale for $129. Shipping is free, otherwise, select free in-store pickup as an alternative option.

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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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not sure how much of a power or longevity difference is between this 6amp vs the 5amp model but the 5 amp is selling for $89.99 @ JBTools.com

https://www.jbtools.com/dewalt-dc...9PEALw_wcB
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same price at Home depot
Wow. So the OP wasn't lying when they put that in the original post last night.
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Lowe's let me price match since it was sold directly by Amazon.

I also had like $80 in gift cards so this was a really good deal for me. Thanks OP!
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8ah coming soon in this same exact physical size so makes sense that these are on sale. The dewalt service centers already have them but are crazy overpriced
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I have read that 20 VOLT DeWalt batteries are usable (after some modification with a Dremel) on a Black & Decker 20 Volt tool...

Can anyone shed some light on what mods are needed, and how to do that?
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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
The 2ah 60v 6ah 20v flex volt uses 18650 cells, same as the older batteries. These have the newer cells so wider but shorter as this has 2 rows the flex volt has 3.
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The 2ah 60v 6ah 20v flex volt uses 18650 cells, same as the older batteries. These have the newer cells so wider but shorter as this has 2 rows the flex volt has 3.
Well, while that's good information, Flexvolt batteries are still the way to go if you have (or plan on having in the next many years) any 60v Flexvolt tools
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Just an update, you can still get this deal through Home Depot. I've been looking to add a couple batteries to my truck and this is just what I was looking for. Don't need the flex volt stuff at all for what I do.
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