|Item Weight||1.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||6.2 x 3.3 x 6.9 inches|
|Item model number||DC9071|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Battery Cell Type||NiCAD|
|Warranty Description||90-day money back, 1-year free service contract, 3-year limited warranty|
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DEWALT DC9071 XRP 12-Volt 2.4 Amp Hour NiCd Battery
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- High capacity XRP battery has 25% more run-time than standard batteries
- Powers entire DEWALT line of 12-volt tools except Univolt tools
- Allows users to run multiple tools off of the same battery pack
- Delivers 2.4-amp-hours of power
- Three-year limited warranty
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|Item Package Weight||1.15 pounds||1.55 pounds||3.1 pounds||2.9 pounds|
|Voltage||12 Volts||12 Volts||12 Volts||12 Volts|
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The batteries worked great when new, but quickly degenerated and were both dead in a little over a year. I wrote a letter of complaint to DeWalt and they replaced the whole thing. The replacement batteries also quickly degenerated and in less than a year one of the replacement batteries failed and a couple of months later the other one was completly dead.
I suspect it is not the fault of the batteries. but the charger. On the old drill/charger, I could leave the battery in the charger and it would be ready to go when needed. When the new battery was left in the charger, it was always dead when I needed it.
I imagine that if you used these in your job and charged and used them regularly they would be fine. but for a homeowner who goes long periods between use, these new bateries/charger just don't make the grade.
I thought it interesting that the reviews that slammed these batteries were not rated as helpful, but the reviews that raved about them were rated as useful.
I really like the drill, but it is totally worthless without functioning batteries.
I will buy a new battery anyway, and the DeWalt tune-up charger. Maybe with this charger, it will work as well as the old one. I hope so, as 2 batteries and the charger cost more than the whole kit with case, drill, 2 batteries, and charger.Read more ›
Used to cost $60 now selling for $50.
Purchased my first to replace the originals provided with the 12v XRP 1/2 drill/driver. This battery is better constructed and delivers good power for a long time.The original batteries lasted about a year and a half. The jury is no longer out on this unit. I just purchased my second unit. If you use your tools everyday - buy it - you'll like it. For someone who does not use their tools everyday it may be more cost effective to buy the DW-1214's at $28.00 per. So far the 12v XRP drill/drivers have remained unchanged so your batteries will still have value when your drill wears out.
This is the first serviceable battery I have seen from Dewalt; it is screwed together rather than glued. The packaging states that the battery has a 2 year, free service guarantee, which implies that the internal batteries can be replaced within 2 years for only the cost of parts. The packaging states that there is a 3 year limited guarantee on this unit, however there is no documentation that explains what the "limited" guarantee covers.
These 12v batteries can fit in and operate my 14.2v xrp driver - a good thing to know in a pinch.
What kept me from giving the unit 5 stars is the price. They are still rather expensive.
This battery will drive about 100 2-1/2" screws on a single charge. I can generally get a few hours in before I need to recharge. The charge power stays pretty consistent down to the last few screws. It dies rather quickly, once the depletion becomes noticable. It seems to hold a charge better than the ones that were shipped with my set a few years ago. I have upgraded to a "tune-up mode" charger also, which is superior to the old charger with any battery.
Whether you are adding to or replacing your battery collection, one of these will do the job!
So - I tried the new battery anyway. Its like I got a new drill for [$$$]! The old drill is reborn.
It will be some time before I buy another DeWalt battery-powered product. DeWalt has plenty of very capable competitors who, hopefully, wouldn't foist this kind of inferior product on their customers. I'm about to buy a replacement product from one of them.
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Does what is expected. Keeps my drills drilling and screwing. Chargers fully and quickly, as the years go by.Published 6 months ago by Vardy V
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Charged right up by the original charger that came with my old drill, BUT be sure it will work with yours or you will have to buy a new charger. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Pessimist