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Dewalt DCB183 2 Ah Li-Ion Battery Pack, 18 V, Black/Yellow £24.95 @ Amazon
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Dewalt DCB183 2 Ah Li-Ion Battery Pack, 18 V, Black/Yellow £24.95 @ Amazon

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Posted 26th Nov 2019

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Dewalt 2 amp battery, cheapest I’ve seen them. On amazon but despatched by MTS.
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Bought for 26.99 in may ,
Cheaper but when is amazon going to do real deals?
bam27beer27/11/2019 01:46

Bought for 26.99 in may ,Cheaper but when is amazon going to do real deals?


Although sold via amazon this is from 3rd party seller, cheapest I can find anywhere.
I don't have any Dewalt tools but am keeping an eye on their cordless range after reading the reviews. Dewalt seem to have a very confusing numbering system for different models.

I get fed up with tools that are not up to the job, but some of the cordless Dewalt tools get good reviews.

Most reviews I have read say get 4A or 5 A batteries, so is 2A a false economy,?
From their numbering system how do you know if the batteries are interchangeable and with what tools?
It all depends on what you are doing. I have a mix of everything from 1.3ah to 5ah.
My impact driver, lights and small drill last ages on the small batteries (and only take about 30 minutes to charge)
My angle grinder and impact wrench eats batteries, even the 5ah ones.
I find it easier to have multiple types as the larger ones can add a fair amount of weight to the tools. The larger batteries will last for days in the drills, so handy if working away and you don’t want to charge them all the time.

Proveright27/11/2019 08:20

I don't have any Dewalt tools but am keeping an eye on their cordless …I don't have any Dewalt tools but am keeping an eye on their cordless range after reading the reviews. Dewalt seem to have a very confusing numbering system for different models. I get fed up with tools that are not up to the job, but some of the cordless Dewalt tools get good reviews. Most reviews I have read say get 4A or 5 A batteries, so is 2A a false economy,? From their numbering system how do you know if the batteries are interchangeable and with what tools?

fastcarmaniac27/11/2019 08:28

It all depends on what you are doing. I have a mix of everything from …It all depends on what you are doing. I have a mix of everything from 1.3ah to 5ah. My impact driver, lights and small drill last ages on the small batteries (and only take about 30 minutes to charge)My angle grinder and impact wrench eats batteries, even the 5ah ones. I find it easier to have multiple types as the larger ones can add a fair amount of weight to the tools. The larger batteries will last for days in the drills, so handy if working away and you don’t want to charge them all the time.


Also all Dewalt 18v Xr batteries fit the 18v xr tools.
Additionally the American 20v max tools are the same, due to regulations the USA refer to them as 20v as the peak voltage when the battery leaves the charger is 20v.
In the rest of the world the working voltage has to be quoted, so ours are referred to as 18v, however all the tools and batteries are the same, only the sticker on the outside is different.
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