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DeWALT 20V MAX FLEXVOLT Cordless Angle Grinder + 20V/60V 6Ah Battery w/ Charger EXPIRED

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Factory Authorized Outlet has select DeWALT 20V MAX FLEXVOLT Tools + DeWALT DCB606C 20V/60V 6Ah FLEXVOLT Battery w/ Charger for $199 when you follow the instructions below. Shipping is free.

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  6. Price will be $398 - $199 free item = $199 w/ free shipping.
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FREE DeWALT DCB606C 20V/60V 6 Ah FLEXVOLT Battery w/ Charger with purchase of either:
- DeWALT DCS573B 20V MAX FLEXVOLT 7-1/4" Cordless Circular Saw (https://www.factoryauthorizedoutl..._ref_pos=2) OOS
- DeWALT DCG416B 20V MAX FLEXVOLT 4-1/2" - 5" Cordless Angle Grinder (https://www.factoryauthorizedoutl..._ref_pos=1)
- DeWALT DCD999B 20V MAX FLEXVOLT 1/2" Cordless Hammer Drill/Driver (https://www.factoryauthorizedoutl...ref_pos=3) OOS
- DeWALT DCS386B 20V MAX FLEXVOLT Cordless Brushless Reciprocating Saw (https://www.factoryauthorizedoutl..._ref_pos=4) OOS
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Quote from AmusedSpaniel956 :
These are" flexvolt advantage" series. Get a little more power with flexvolts but can use 20v as well.
so are these tougher/better than XR?
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Quote from Fourgonbound :
Some Home Depots have that deal too if in stock.
In store only? Not seeing this option online.
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Darn. Missed the circ. Saw
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Quote from konoplya :
so are these tougher/better than XR?
Flexvolt Advantage series is like Power Detect series or maybe even better version. These 2 product series have the ability to detect voltage drop when they draw a lot of current. If they sense the battery can sustain extensive current draw, they are not going to throttle down but keeps on going.

Some Flexvolt Batteries have bigger cells that sustain more current draw and they do take advantage of this feature hence the name "Flexvolt Advantage".
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out of stock now
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Quote from lammersmp :
In store only? Not seeing this option online.
That's right, in store only. If your store has both the tool and the battery+charger pack, you will get the discount.
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Most of my tools over the years have been DeWalt. And the 60v is great.

However, the 6ah is about worthless in a 60v tool, (6ah at 20v... 2ah at 60v) and you will grow out of it fast!

Also, in 20v mode, the 6ah Flex has very little gain over the 5ah. But the 5ah kit (2x 5ah the 15 series charger, and the bag that you throw on top of your pile of DeWalt bags lol) can be found at $120 (or less) a few times a year.


So if you grab one of these "deals" keep an eye out in the future for the 9ah, and 12ah battery deals. (I got the 12ah batteries for $140 at my local Ace a year or do ago and went for 4 ... they're great for the big sds drill if you have any masonry, and if you area DIY'er, you will likely not need a charger for a while lol... but your hands will pray for an ice bath if you have to use it all day (heavy).
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Thanks for the post. I've been waiting on a Dewalt reciprocating saw deal. The 6ah battery will be the biggest I own, and will pair nicely with the hedge trimmer I already have.
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Quote from IncompletePerfect :
Most of my tools over the years have been DeWalt. And the 60v is great.

However, the 6ah is about worthless in a 60v tool, (6ah at 20v... 2ah at 60v) and you will grow out of it fast!

Also, in 20v mode, the 6ah Flex has very little gain over the 5ah. But the 5ah kit (2x 5ah the 15 series charger, and the bag that you throw on top of your pile of DeWalt bags lol) can be found at $120 (or less) a few times a year.


So if you grab one of these "deals" keep an eye out in the future for the 9ah, and 12ah battery deals. (I got the 12ah batteries for $140 at my local Ace a year or do ago and went for 4 ... they're great for the big sds drill if you have any masonry, and if you area DIY'er, you will likely not need a charger for a while lol... but your hands will pray for an ice bath if you have to use it all day (heavy).
As far as I can tell, these deals are for 20v Flexvolt tools, not 60v. The only thing that is 60v is the battery. But DeWalt can be confusing with their naming and voltages so please correct me if I'm wrong.
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Quote from Fourgonbound :
Some Home Depots have that deal too if in stock.
What deal are you referring to?
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As far as I can tell, these deals are for 20v Flexvolt tools, not 60v. The only thing that is 60v is the battery. But DeWalt can be confusing with their naming and voltages so please correct me if I'm wrong.
Yeah, the tools I see for this are the 20v "advantage" so they just get a boost of power with 60v... which are basically the qualities if their XR (being brushless) as well as the boost of power if you have a 60v battery in them. But they can be overworked and get hot! (Especially the hammer drill. But Home Depot has a great deal on the Advantage hammer drill and XR impact driver (with batteries, bag, etc) right now for $299.

In store, they have these same deals listed by OP, but only in store, and not online. So YMMV.
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Quote from trey.c.iii :
What deal are you referring to?
The ones posted. Fkexvolt advantages, with free 6ah 60v battery. But you might need to travel around a bit, to find what you want (circular saw sells fast).
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Quote from konoplya :
so are these tougher/better than XR?
Yes and no. There are differences.

XR can run both 20v and 60 v batteries at 20v only. This allows XR tools to get the most run time out of the higher capacity, think 9ah and 12ah, flexvolt/60v batteries.
I have seen some testing that shows a slight power improvement using the flexvolt batteries in the XR line of tools, but nothing compared to the Flexvolt advantage.

The Flexvolt(60v) advantage is essentially a hybrid 20v/60v tool. The advantage is the tool can take BOTH batteries. 20v will run at lower power, but with an increase in run time. The Flexvolt/60v will run at higher power with reduced run time. They are definitely what i would consider the best of both worlds. If you want a light tool. Pop a 2ah or 4ah 20v in it. If you need raw power. throw a big 6ah flexvolt in it.

A true Flexvolt tool will only take the flexvolt batteries. This limits battery availability and run time since the 60v tools pull 3 times more amps than the 20v tools. A 6ah flexvolt battery only has 2 ah running at 60v. They market it as a 6ah at 20v.
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Flexvolt Advantage series is like Power Detect series or maybe even better version. These 2 product series have the ability to detect voltage drop when they draw a lot of current. If they sense the battery can sustain extensive current draw, they are not going to throttle down but keeps on going.

Some Flexvolt Batteries have bigger cells that sustain more current draw and they do take advantage of this feature hence the name "Flexvolt Advantage".
Pretty Sure Flexvolt advantage is the Home Depot brand and the Power Detect is the Lowes brand. Same exact technology, just marketed for 2 different stores.

Edit: Well we were both wrong. A quick google search revealed that the Power Detect came out just before Flexvolt Advantage. Power Detect is optimized for Dewalts 8ah 20v battery (released just before Flexvolt line) while Flexvolt advantage optimizes Flexvolt batteries.
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