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I have been considering buying one of these battery's as they change the game of cordless power tools.

Has anyone got any and tell me is it really worth 200 smackaroos?


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They are 100 quid not 200. It's 18v 6ah on existing dewalt gear so if you're running 4 or 5ah batteries you ain't gonna notice much difference.
The new 9ah are just out and are around 145 quid.


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steviejoiner74 wrote:
They are 100 quid not 200. It's 18v 6ah on existing dewalt gear so if you're running 4 or 5ah batteries you ain't gonna notice much difference.
The new 9ah are just out and are around 145 quid.


is that a 9ah 18/54v :dunno:
if so thats 9ah 18v or 3ah 54v

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big-all wrote:
steviejoiner74 wrote:
They are 100 quid not 200. It's 18v 6ah on existing dewalt gear so if you're running 4 or 5ah batteries you ain't gonna notice much difference.
The new 9ah are just out and are around 145 quid.


is that a 9ah 18/54v :dunno:
if so thats 9ah 18v or 3ah 54v


Yeah,9ah18v and 54v 3ah BA


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is the battery pack the same size as the 6/2ah battery pack

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is the battery pack the same size as the 6/2ah battery pack


It must be bigger :dunno:


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is the battery pack the same size as the 6/2ah battery pack


It must be bigger :dunno:

not always :lol:
3ah cells are quite common
larger than 3ah could be say
4ah 2x2ah cells in parallel
5ah 2x2.5ah cells in parallel
6ah 2x3ah or 3x2ah cells in parallel

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