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DeWalt DCB546 18v/54v XR 6.0Ah Li-ion FlexVolt Battery Pack (Free delivery) - £79 @ FFX
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DeWalt DCB546 18v/54v XR 6.0Ah Li-ion FlexVolt Battery Pack (Free delivery) - £79 @ FFX

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Posted 11th Feb

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These batteries are crazy expensive but this seemed like decent price considering Screwfix selling them for £110

DeWalt 18v/54v XR FLEXVOLT 6.0Ah/2.0Ah Li-ion Battery Pack - DCB546

The Dewalt XR Flexvolt is a convertible 18/54V battery: completely backwards compatible with existing 18V DEWALT products yet with the option to amplify its voltage to an unprecedented 54V to be used on bigger construction power tools giving this battery the versatility to be used by professionals and DIY enthusiast. Traditionally, when compared with corded power tools, even the most efficient cordless system provided a compromise between increased portability and reduced power, between greater ease-of-use and reduced runtime.


Features and Benefits:

World’s first convertible 18/54V battery, offering unprecedented levels of power.
Provides the unique ability to power even heavy duty construction power tools.
Compatible with all 18V XR and 54V XR FLEXVOLT tools.

Technical Specification:

Voltage - 18/54 V
Battery - 6.0Ah XR FLEXVOLT
Length - 125 mm
Width - 85 mm
Height - 90 mm

Supplied With:

1 x 6.0Ah XR FLEXVOLT 18/54V Battery Pack
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Just over two years ago I bought a 5Ah no name one on eBay from a well reviewed seller for £23, compared to the 1.2Ah one my drill was supplied with it does last about four times longer and still does now. £79 may be a deal but I don't think I could part with that much money.
MIDURIX11/02/2020 14:28

Just over two years ago I bought a 5Ah no name one on eBay from a well …Just over two years ago I bought a 5Ah no name one on eBay from a well reviewed seller for £23, compared to the 1.2Ah one my drill was supplied with it does last about four times longer and still does now. £79 may be a deal but I don't think I could part with that much money.


This is a 54v flex battery. Although it can power 18v tools (such as your drill) it's primary intended use is with the 54v tool range.
Most of my tools are 54v but I don't think I can spent this much on a battery. It worths waiting for discount code on eBay.
Nice price, FFX are a good company to buy from. One lesson I've learned from other people on site is never buy dewalt batteries on ebay unless it's from a established company in the UK.
good4nothing11/02/2020 16:31

Nice price, FFX are a good company to buy from. One lesson I've learned …Nice price, FFX are a good company to buy from. One lesson I've learned from other people on site is never buy dewalt batteries on ebay unless it's from a established company in the UK.


100%.

Too many fakes on ebay. Worth paying the extra money for genuine tools.

You can buy DCF887 on ebay for £35 ... Blatently going to be a cheap fake.
Decent price, paid £85 last week for one from powertoolworld as was the cheapest at the time! Brilliant battery, and the flex volt tools are the nuts!
Around this time of year for the past 2 years dewalt have been giving this battery away for free if you purchase a flexvolt tool with 2 batteries in the kit, haven't seen anything yet for this year but it might be worth waiting if you was planning on getting a flexvolt tool and wanted another battery as well
gold3n_dragon11/02/2020 15:25

Most of my tools are 54v but I don't think I can spent this much on a …Most of my tools are 54v but I don't think I can spent this much on a battery. It worths waiting for discount code on eBay.


If You have 54v tools You should know this price is great
boniek300011/02/2020 22:22

If You have 54v tools You should know this price is great


I know the price is great, but with the discount code it somewhere £70. I paid £165 not long ago for 2x9ah battery. I'm not saying this deal is bad, it's a good deal without the code.
Is this overkill for a standard household use?
davilown17/02/2020 17:13

Is this overkill for a standard household use?


Yes, very. You only should be buying these if you actually have 54v tools. 18v is more than man enough for household stuff.
good4nothing18/02/2020 17:21

Yes, very. You only should be buying these if you actually have 54v tools. …Yes, very. You only should be buying these if you actually have 54v tools. 18v is more than man enough for household stuff.


Thanks, went for the 5a version instead for the 18v
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