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DeWalt DCBP034 18V 1.7 AH Powerstack Li-Ion Pouch Design Battery - £44.96 (pair for £85.41) with code, sold by abbey power @ eBay

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Niche product for anyone who wants a small and light battery but still wants the grunt of a big 5ah type. Ideal for drill or impact but probably not for your cordless saws where size and weight doesn't matter and runtime is more important

If you buy a pair then price reduces to £85.41

Cheapest it's ever been

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    This is the "Powerstack" style of battery, which is lighter in weight than conventional batteries, has a smaller form, and has a long life (claimed three times longer). This price is very good for this battery.
    I have used the DeWalt conventional batteries, the Flexvolt and Powerstack, and I believe each has its place. I have been impressed with this battery, and it tends to be my go-to battery for use with my impact driver or combi drill in most situations.
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    Good price and hopefully others will follow suit as it’s not quite at my biting point.
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    Not really worth it compared to the cost of a 5 amp version, I don't think.
    5 amp sells for about £50
    Weight difference 0.62 Kg compared to 0.34 Kg
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    You will be surprised what a lighter battery does for you when using power tools. Why I use 12v XR brushless. Has the power of 18v but small and light. 
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    Great price for powerstack.
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    How do you think these will hold up on a cordless router? I have the flexvolts, but I think these are a touch on the heavy side when all set up.
    I use this router usually with 5ah standard batteries as I to find the flexvolt a bit top heavy, but unlike the above comment I dont think these would be suitable unless you are doing very small work or for short times. I get about 8 minutes of actual cutting work from a 5ah battery, 1.7ah is going to get tedious. (edited)