Be careful when purchasing this battery. I purchased with the Dewalt DCD791P1 (Brushless XR 20v d...
November 18, 2020
Be careful when purchasing this battery. I purchased with the Dewalt DCD791P1 (Brushless XR 20v drill/driver). This battery was listed on HD's site as option. The battery has the same model number as the battery that came with the drill, but did not seat properly on the charger and lock in place. The pin design on this battery was different than the battery that came with the drill. It would not charge at all because the design differences. Date codes on both drill battery and this battery were both 2020. The drill battery has a set of 6 independent slots for the pins in the middle (picture). The battery that HD had for this one has 5 taller slots like the 2 outer ones in my picture. Another indicator is the black piece in the grooved area. Battery supplied with drill is as shown, but the battery I received was all yellow.
This fan far exceeds all of the other top rated fans no question! I train K9’s and need an extra boost of cooling for them after a hard training, this is the ticket!
Don’t even bother with others, seriously. Start with the best, Dewalt!
This is really handy to hang on my metal garage...
July 7, 2020
This is really handy to hang on my metal garage shelves using the built-in hanging brackets. It's easily maneuverable and nice and heavy when sat on the floor. The knob is sturdy and makes it easy to operate. I'd give 5 stars if the fan was a LITTLE bit stronger on high, but all around I'm very pleased. Great for easily drying plumbing leaks!
I love bluetooth speakers. I have a JBL Xtreme and a SonyXB40. Music just makes things go by quicker. I did not expect much from Dewalt in this category but gave it a try since I already own a handful of their batteries and tools. I was blown away at how clear and crisp this speaker sounded. It cannot compare to my JBL Xtreme but was almost as loud as my Sony XB40 ($99 & needs outlet to charge). I used it today while working from home. I checked my iPhone Xs after about 30 minutes of music play through this speaker and it was at 10% (hadn't charged it recently). I decided to use the USB charge port. After about 40 minutes, my phone charged way up to 96%. I pressed the battery level button on the 2Ah battery pack and was surprised to see it still had two bars left. Later that day my battery went back down to 35% as I attended a Zoom meeting. Since I was unable to play music since I was in a meeting, I simply turned the power on to charge my iPhone. The speaker has an auto shutoff for inactivity since there was no music being played. I'm not sure how long before it auto shuts off but before I turned it back on, I checked the battery level on my phone and noticed it was already at 87% so I left it. Right before this review, I checked the battery meter again and it was still at 2 bars. How cool is that. It seems to have more juice than my 10,000 mah portable. Best part is I have much bigger Dewalt battery packs. My JBL speakers have died on me while camping over the weekend and cannot be charged because it needs an actual outlet. Even if someone else has a backup bluetooth speaker, my iphone would die out anyhow so it wouldn't matter. With this speaker, I will not have to worry about my music dying and I can also charge my iPhone so the music will last me the entire weekend.
First off I will concur with many other reviewers that this thing sounds great, especially for its size. Bluthooth pairs extremely well with my iphone 8 Plus, all the controls work flawlessly remotely or on the device. A couple other positives; the shelf on tops fits my phone with a case like a glove ( seriously like not a mm to spare) very satisfying, and thr USB charge outlet is strong, charges phones quickly. What disapoints me is how the AC plug fits and the lack of mounting options. The AC plugs directly into the back panel, meaning you can’t push it right up against a back wall on a shelf since the plug protrudes about 2”. And the only mounting holes it has are on the very bottom, why?! So the only options for mounting are vertically or upside down, both make it less useful and render the buttons more difficult to operate. It would be much prefered to mount to the wall or on pegboard.