2-Pack DeWALT 20V/60V Max FlexVolt 6Ah Lithium-Ion Batteries

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Home Depot has 2-Pack DeWALT 20V/60V Max FlexVolt 6Ah Lithium-Ion Batteries (DCB606) for $179. Shipping is free or choose curbside pickup where stock permits.

Thanks to Community Member Ianswermyself for finding this deal.

Note, availability for pickup may vary by location.

Features:
  • 4x the runtime of DEWALT DCB201 1.5Ah battery
  • 6Ah capacity when used in a DEWALT 20-Volt MAX tool
  • Compatible with all DEWALT 20-Volt MAX 60-Volt MAX and 120-Volt MAX tools
  • Durable construction with single piece cell holder
  • LED state of charge display

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Compatible with all 20V MAX* and 60V MAX* DEWALT tools
FLEXVOLT (6.0Ah at 20V or 2.0Ah at 60V) battery pack
4X runtime compared to DCB201 1.5 Ah battery pack.

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https://www.homedepot.com/p/DEWAL.../207164349
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It's personal preference. I prefer 2 smaller batteries to 1 big battery for most jobs.

1) smaller batteries are lighter.
2) you can have one or more on the charger while using one.
3) If a battery dies and it's out of warranty, it's not as big of a loss... I have lots of em.

For a drill or sawsall or anything I might use overhead, smaller is better.

For a circular saw... Doesn't matter.

For the 60v blower which burns through power, I wouldn't want to be swapping batteries every 3 minutes either... That's a tool where bigger is definitely better.
I'm hoping Farm Fleet repeats their deal from last Black Friday. They had a 9ah 2pk for $199. Order one, should have ordered more.
Your deal is cheaper per amp but sometimes it's nice to have to swap batteries to give my back a break.

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Have been eyeing on eBay new 9Ah 60V flexvolt batteries for a while as they go for about $110-$130.

Any view on this deal vs one 9Ah?
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Is this a deal? I think I seen cheaper price before.
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Quote from Brounoh :
Have been eyeing on eBay new 9Ah 60V flexvolt batteries for a while as they go for about $110-$130.

Any view on this deal vs one 9Ah?
I would prefer a 9ah spare as well which is what comes in my tool.
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Quote from Brounoh :
Have been eyeing on eBay new 9Ah 60V flexvolt batteries for a while as they go for about $110-$130.

Any view on this deal vs one 9Ah?
Your deal is cheaper per amp but sometimes it's nice to have to swap batteries to give my back a break.
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Your deal is cheaper per amp but sometimes it's nice to have to swap batteries to give my back a break.
That's a good point
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Perfect! Lift weights while fastening my projects. 😊
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I'm hoping Farm Fleet repeats their deal from last Black Friday. They had a 9ah 2pk for $199. Order one, should have ordered more.
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My mil discount worked on this
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Quote from Brounoh :
Have been eyeing on eBay new 9Ah 60V flexvolt batteries for a while as they go for about $110-$130.

Any view on this deal vs one 9Ah?
It's personal preference. I prefer 2 smaller batteries to 1 big battery for most jobs.

1) smaller batteries are lighter.
2) you can have one or more on the charger while using one.
3) If a battery dies and it's out of warranty, it's not as big of a loss... I have lots of em.

For a drill or sawsall or anything I might use overhead, smaller is better.

For a circular saw... Doesn't matter.

For the 60v blower which burns through power, I wouldn't want to be swapping batteries every 3 minutes either... That's a tool where bigger is definitely better.
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Quote from Brounoh :
Have been eyeing on eBay new 9Ah 60V flexvolt batteries for a while as they go for about $110-$130.

Any view on this deal vs one 9Ah?
Personally my concerns would be legitimate Dewalt or good fake?
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Personally my concerns would be legitimate Dewalt or good fake?
I would only buy from an eBay seller with great reputation for such item
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Quote from x51 :
It's personal preference. I prefer 2 smaller batteries to 1 big battery for most jobs.

1) smaller batteries are lighter.
2) you can have one or more on the charger while using one.
3) If a battery dies and it's out of warranty, it's not as big of a loss... I have lots of em.

For a drill or sawsall or anything I might use overhead, smaller is better.

For a circular saw... Doesn't matter.

For the 60v blower which burns through power, I wouldn't want to be swapping batteries every 3 minutes either... That's a tool where bigger is definitely better.
I am expanding my flexvolt horizon to have
- grinder [just bought]
- circular saw
- chain saw
- (perhaps replace current 20V string trimmer)
- (perhaps replace current 20V blower)

So you're saying that out of all this, 6Ah is fine except for the blower?
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It's slightly cheaper (88.38/battery) if you buy the batteries individually using the hack referenced in this FP thread

https://slickdeals.net/f/15354622-dewalt-20-v-li-starter-kit-w-6-0ah-4-0ah-battery-pack-charger-free-tool-199-free-shipping
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