|Item Weight||2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||7 x 3.5 x 7 inches|
|Item model number||DC9096|
|Size||7.25in. x 7.00in. x 3.50in.|
|Color||Dewalt Yellow & Black|
|Amperage Capacity||2400 milliamps|
|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 DC9096 XRP 18-Volt 2.4 Amp Hour NiCd Pod Style Battery
|Price:||$89.00 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- High-capacity xrp battery has 25% more run time than standard batteries
- Powers entire DEWALT line of 18V tools
- Allows user to run multiple tools off of the same battery pack
- High-capacity XRP battery has 40% more run time than standard batteries
- For use with all DEWALT 18-volt cordless tools
- Allows users to run multiple tools off of the same battery pack
- Dimensions: 7 inches long by 3.48 inches wide by 7 inches tall
- Backed by three-year limited warranty. Please ensure your product is received with intact retail packaging to verify product integrity
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|Battery Cell Composition||NiCAD||NiCAD||NiMh||NiCAD|
|Item Package Weight||2.05 pounds||4.4 pounds||4.35 pounds||3.6 pounds|
|Voltage||18 Volts||18 Volts||18 Volts||18 Volts|
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I don't baby my tools, but I do try to remember not to leave them in the garage over the winter and I try to remember to hit the conditioning button on the recharger every now and then. "Try" is an operative word in that sentence. I also don't do the fast-charging thing. I tend to slap them in and out of tools and chargers like I'm Rambo loading cartridges in a gun and in the course of doing so I occasionally drop them on concrete. (They bounce.) I use them nearly every day. I've never had a DOA, defect or short. They die only of old age, and I have yet to burn out an XRP.
They are more expensive than some, but I believe they provide good value. I rarely buy replacement batteries a la carte. I usually wait for a great price (from Amazon or an eBay seller) on a cordless tool I think I can use and buy it to get the two batteries and charger that come with it. I must have bought 4-5 drill-drivers this way over the years. You can sometimes get the tool for about $20-30 over the cost of the batteries alone. I've been less than thrilled with a few of the Dewalt 18v XRP tools I've bought this way (e.g., circular saw, jig saw, small vacuum) but most have been winners.
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I highly suggest upgrading to the XRPs if you only have the old ones. But when purchasing them just buy the 2 pack. For about $20 to $25 more you get the second battery.
I know that Tool King sells a lot of refurbished tools, we have bought drills from them in the past and had no problems. The problem here is that they're selling these batteries as new but they're either slightly used from tools that had to be refurbished or very badly mishandled to get such scratches. Again, I have no doubt the first batch they sent had been installed in drills for at least a short period of time, the scratches were just too deep (one even had paint on it from being rubbed against a wall while being used).
So far the batteries are working fine, but next time I will only buy batteries that are still in its original packaging. I can't help but wonder if these ones will go dead sooner because they may have been used before we got them.
This drill is still my favorite in performance in what I do.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
battery did not last that long. I probably use it 50 times a year and have followed the directions to not keep it fully charged at all times, let it run down, and charge it when... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Craig Weinstein
They get a memory block after 4 or 5 charges. Don't like the batteries.Published 5 months ago by BENJI