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[Amazon Canada] DEWALT DCB115 MAX Lithium Ion 20V Battery Charger - $31.99

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[Amazon Canada] DEWALT DCB115 MAX Lithium Ion 20V Battery Charger - $31.99

Since amazon is giving away a bunch of batteries with some of their power tools, I noticed this morning that the charger dropped down to $31.99. If some you wanna take advantage of their free battery power tool deals but dont have a charger its a pretty good price!

Quick search and i saw that they go for about $115 at hardware stores
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Thanks moviegab!
Great deal.
In for one.
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Judicious wrote:
Jun 5th, 2019 6:34 am
Thanks moviegab!
Great deal.
In for one.

So your in for 2? :P
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In for 1. thanked.
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Learza wrote:
Jun 5th, 2019 9:40 am
does Home Depot or Tona price match amazon?
This has been asked MULTIPLE OF TIMEs

Yes they match, but you won't get the 10% off at HD

If you want the 10% off at HD


1) Match Amazon at Rona
2) Match Rona at HD
3) Return Rona

Lots of hassle tho

And it might not even work lol
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OP - do you have a link to what tools are being given a free battery?

I searched here and on amazon but cant find any mention
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dannydouble wrote:
Jun 5th, 2019 10:23 am
OP - do you have a link to what tools are being given a free battery?

I searched here and on amazon but cant find any mention
Here's a link with all the tools that offer the free battery but looks like everything is OOS. The effect of RFD lol

You can still process the order but might take a while before you receive it

https://www.amazon.ca/s/ref=gbps_tit_s- ... 3Z9ZG441J6
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typer100 wrote:
Jun 5th, 2019 10:44 am
When you look at the deal. You get the tool @ 72$ and the battery @ 52$. Wonder if, I order, if I can return just the battery and keep the tool.
looks like you can. Started a return process on my order to see what item would show up and it showed me the battery at $56 and the oscillating tool at $73 split in individual items to return
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I see the same on my order, do you think it's better to cancel the battery and purchase a 4 or 5 Amps ?
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Learza wrote:
Jun 5th, 2019 9:40 am
does Home Depot or Tona price match amazon?

In theory yes: https://www.lowes.ca/articles/every-day ... a1585.html

https://www.homedepot.ca/en/home/custom ... antee.html

In practice yes as well? Or is it a hassle?
I've had HomeDepot price beat Amazon, though I don't think they are supposed to.
dannydouble wrote:
Jun 5th, 2019 10:23 am
OP - do you have a link to what tools are being given a free battery?

I searched here and on amazon but cant find any mention
http://forums.redflagdeals.com/amazon-c ... #p30998918

Jigsaw, circular saw, multitool, reciprocating saw, impact driver.
smackioio wrote:
Jun 5th, 2019 3:43 pm
I see the same on my order, do you think it's better to cancel the battery and purchase a 4 or 5 Amps ?
I have 2.0Ah batteries and a 9.0Ah (is is a 60V/3Ah or 20V/9Ah battery). For normal household use, 2Ah is adequate. I have B&D 20V jigsaw, mini circ saw, and drill and even my 1.5Ah batteries are adequate. Bigger capacity batteries great for higher use/draw items (i.e. blowers, weed whackers, chainsaws, etc.) but not required even for big jobs with the other tools.
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RubberCheese wrote:
Jun 5th, 2019 4:09 pm


I have 2.0Ah batteries and a 9.0Ah (is is a 60V/3Ah or 20V/9Ah battery). For normal household use, 2Ah is adequate. I have B&D 20V jigsaw, mini circ saw, and drill and even my 1.5Ah batteries are adequate. Bigger capacity batteries great for higher use/draw items (i.e. blowers, weed whackers, chainsaws, etc.) but not required even for big jobs with the other tools.
Thanks, I plan on using it mainly with a flash light and for my wheels so thought it's the best option price wise . Also purchased the charger in OPs thread as this comes with the tool+battery only. So, one vote for you one vote for OP :D

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