(2) 20-Volt MAX XR Batteries 4.0Ah, Charger & Tool Bag
Includes 20-Volt MAX XR Lithium-Ion Premium Battery Pack 5.0Ah
out of 414 reviews
93% recommend this product
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Nov 18, 2020
Be careful when purchasing this battery. I purchased with the Dewalt DCD791P1 (Brushless XR 20v d...
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 was a necessary purchase while doing disaster relief in Puerto Rico. Having the ability to p...
This was a necessary purchase while doing disaster relief in Puerto Rico. Having the ability to preview the store inventory and therefore not face travel woes with the battery was nice. One battery this size lasts for a long time either in my circular saw or reciprocating saw. Thank you DW!!
I bought my drill about 2 yrs ago, it came with 2 or 3 AH batteries. They do last very well. I charged this 5 Ah battery and put it to the test drilling 3/8" holes in 1/4" metal brackets i had made for a boat project. The battery lasted noticeably longer than my other batteries before losing power. I charge it backup with the same charger used for the other batteries. Wish i have a pair of these!
This DeWalt 20 volt Max battery pack is really great for the "big jobs". This 5 amp hour (ah) batteru really works well in my Circular Saw and Impact Driver for heavy duty use...cutting framing lumber and plywood and installing lag bolts. It hold up to a good 1/2 day of fairly heavy use in these tools. It has a nice charge indicator light to let you know the charge left. I usually just charge it up during lunch time and then work the rest of the day. It has a number of other features like "no memory and virtually no self discharge". It's very light weight compared to my old 18 volt batteries at 1.4 lbs. It also comes with a 3 year FREE service contract. This is a great battery for the PRO and serious DIYer.
These XR tools are great, and if you need the extra capacity, then this is the battery for you. I got this one to use in my hedge clipper since it is the recommended battery for that tool. Capacity is great, I can trim every shrub in my yard (about 30) on one charge and still have plenty left. I especially like the fuel gauge on the battery so I can instantly tell the charge state before I start working. I would recommend this battery highly.
I bought these as an upgrade for the set with the DCD995...
I fix, flip and remodel houses for a living. So I pretty much do anything and everything that has to do with houses. I originally bought the combo set with the older DCD995 hammer drill and impact driver. I was very impressed with how the 995 kept up when my other drills from another company couldn't. After upgrading today I gave my new drills a good test run. Today I really got a feel for the DCF887 impact driver. Right now I'm doing a full master bathroom tile job with tons of tile to be done. So that means lots of hardibacker and lots of screws. I really like the 3 speed transmission on the new impact. 1 being slow, 2 being normal and 3 being VERY fast. As for the hammer drill I only really used it today for some average sized hole saw cuts in hardibacker. But, the work light is much brighter and the 20 minute work light setting is very bright. All in all I'm still impressed with the XR brushless line from Dewalt.