A reader wrote in about a stellar deal on Dewalt 20V Max 5.0Ah cordless power tool batteries, and there are a couple of other Dewalt tool deals of the day joining it. Thank you Jason for the heads-up!
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First up, the 2-pack of 5.0Ah batteries is priced at $110, which is very good, both for these batteries and for the charge capacity.
Buy Now: Dewalt 5.0Ah Battery 2-Pack via Amazon
Dewalt’s fan is also on sale, at $79 for the bare tool.
Buy Now: Dewalt 20V Max Fan via Amazon
This Dewalt 20V Max battery starter set and 18V to 20V Max adapter is priced at $99. That’s a good price (for an authorized dealer) even if you only want the two 2.0Ah batteries.
Buy Now: Dewalt 18V to 20V Max Kit via Amazon
This Dewalt 20V Max 9-tool cordless power tool combo kit (DCK940D2) is on sale for $499, which is a recurring seasonal price on this particular combo kit.
One thing to be aware of is that the kit comes with (2) 2.0Ah batteries and zero high capacity packs.
Buy Now: Dewalt 20V Max 9-Tool Combo Kit via Amazon
The venerable Dewalt DW745 table saw is on sale for $249, a very good price for an excellent saw.
There will be no shortage of portable table saw deals next month for Black Friday and over the winter holiday shopping season. But if you just want a capable saw with no stand, this is a hard bargain to beat.
Buy Now: Dewalt DW745 Table Saw via Amazon
Deals end at 3am ET 10/18/19 unless supplies sell out sooner.
man i wish i was in that part of the world here the prices are eye watering
I had that table saw before I bought a cabinet saw (I know – not a comparison). I liked it for what it was but wow was it loud (like a screaming jet). Especially in a garage. Is the flexvolt version much more quiet being brushless?
Haha, this saw was on one of our job sites, where we of course needed to perfectly half full sheets. I jokingly said f it, we’re cutting off two 12s! I mean…how often would you really need over 16″ rips? Ummm. Probably 1/3rd… maybe a quarter of the time. Enough that if someone put a bow around this and tried to give it to me, I’d just slap them. I’m not dragging around a hunk of machinery that’s ineffective at its one job. Even the tiny flexvolt one has a 24″ rip capacity. Can it hold up to heavy persistent use though? Dunno. If I ever find a crazy good deal on it, I’ll let ya know how it sounds. =P
You know you can go to Lowe’s right know and get a brushless drill or driver with two 2.0 batteries with power level built in along with a charger and bag for $99 so just personally if you’re after batteries at least get a brushless tool as well.
Right, an entry-level drill with 1.3Ah batteries. The DCD777 drill is widespread during holiday seasons.
I’m glad you said this. I want exactly convinced that 2-2ah batteries for $99 was a good deal
That’s still a high price compared to what it costs them to make . You would think they would drop the price and sell more . That would give the little guys a chance to get them , even the batteries are high in price.
It seems DCS354 and DCS356 have become available. But not when you google them! Strange!