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[Home Depot] Dewalt 20V MAX XR Lithium-Ion Premium Battery Pack 6.0Ah (2-Pack) $169

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Jr. Member
May 23, 2016
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[Home Depot] Dewalt 20V MAX XR Lithium-Ion Premium Battery Pack 6.0Ah (2-Pack) $169

May not be the lowest price ever but decent price for a higher capacity 6ah battery pack. Sold at other retailers for $269
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Newbie
Mar 13, 2015
24 posts
18 upvotes
Waterloo, ON
It’s a pretty decent price. I bought it. Thanks OP!
Member
Apr 28, 2007
269 posts
83 upvotes
Regina
shabby wrote: Thats like a canadian tire type of price.
I think people are ignoring the fact that these are 6 ah batteries. Even on 3c's, amazon or 3rd party resellers have never sold the 2 pack for this price. Search DCB206-2 for yourself. 169.88 was the closest and that was in 2018.
Newbie
Feb 6, 2019
86 posts
63 upvotes
xtrmDeals wrote: Isn't this always for $169 at HD?
Yes, it has been this price at Home Depot for a long time, with plenty of stock. This is not really a hot deal, but could catch someone's attention.

It is a good value for 2 x 6.0 ah batteries, it's more expensive at other retailers.

The 2 x 4.0ah pack are compact batteries, so about the same size as the 2.0ah. This is a great deal if you want the smaller size (but its not a price error).

Canadian Tire has the regular size 2 x 4.0ah pack on clearance for $139.93. Looks to be store specific. My local store in Welland happens to have 10, but other stores around have none, so YMMV.
Member
Mar 18, 2007
333 posts
127 upvotes
Edmonton, ab
2x6ah for this price is a good price if you need batteries that large. They are good for the circular saw or 20v leaf blower as examples to give more runtime for the weight. Pretty heavy to use on a drill or impact all day.
My general rule of thumb is $16-20/ah when shopping on kijij - earlier this year I got one of these 6ah for $90 used on kijiji and thought that was a fair price so this is a good deal for new.
Deal Addict
Oct 20, 2004
3454 posts
521 upvotes
Toronto
giCe wrote: 4ah vs 6ah
Big difference.
Don’t need but do want. Can anyone validate if the 6ah is a good deal?
Just a comparison. Wanted to show the regular price of the 4Ah vs what we are seeing for the 6Ah.

Is this a better comparison:
5Ah 2pk on sale for $159

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