Price Alert – DeWalt 20V 5.0-Ah Max Batteries are on Sale
NOTE – Yes I am on vacation but a price alert came in on these and it is good enough I ordered a set for myself. DeWalt doesn’t do a ton of deals like this, these are 48% off today. Get em while you can if you are on the DeWalt platform. I don’t know how long this deal will last but it is often on day, may be two at best.
Every day I bring you an item on Amazon that I personally use or has been purchased by many members of the audience and I have researched enough to recommend.
Today’s instead of an item of the day I just have a price watch alert for all you DeWalt owners out there like me. Everyone knows the tools are buy once cry once but the real expense is the batteries. And all of us seem to at times need just 1 or 2 more batteries to get though our projects without waiting on a recharge especially when they involve circular saws and angle grinders, man those things drain a battery don’t they.
I tend to buy big on Ah’s due to this preferring 5 – Ah batteries for most things. Today the two pack of DeWalts 20V 5.0-Ah Max Batteries is on sale for 138 vs. 239. It is a huge discount of 99 bucks or 42% off and if you need DeWalt batteries my advice is buy them when on sale. Because DeWalt doesn’t do sales often and when they do they don’t last long. So if like me you are a black and yellow fan, pick up some more power for your tools today at a discount of 42%.
Remember you can always find all of our reviews at TspAz.com
P.S. – As always when I mention DeWalt I include this video below and the following information. I have read tons of bad reviews for DeWalt exist all around “the batteries wont’ charge so I returned it”.
This is due to DeWalt not being clear about how to use their chargers, an installed base of users spent 30 years where they just dropped a battery into a charger. The newer batteries must be “clicked” into place and for some stupid reason (likely ego driven) DeWalt refuses to fix the problem.
I have been talking about this a long time and one of my most popular videos barely over 1 minute long, explains it perfectly and has resulted in hundreds of “THANK YOU” comments with almost 400,000 views. Here it is!
This video has been reviewed by several contacts at DeWalt and while they still have not fixed their documentation, I have confirmed customer service reps at DeWalt are now independently advising callers to view it.
I am trying to help you DeWalt! Stop being bullheaded.
I received a Makita brand drill battery -> USB adapter as a gift a few years back. ( https://www.amazon.com/Makita-ADP05-Lithium-Ion-Cordless-Source/dp/B019WI5XXO ).
I’m sure Dewalt as an equivalent that might make a good future TSPAZ item. I use my adapter on a regular basis, and it’s nice to know I have a bunch of extra batteries I can re-purpose during a power outage, etc.
I got curious, so I looked it up. They do have one but it doesn’t have the fancy clip like makita but it does have belt loops, for only $16
Dewalt, makita and Milwaukee also have adapter/converters to 12v. I found them while looking for ways to power things on a kayak. People do use them for fish finders but I can see a host of other 12v things it could power.
Be sure to get the one with a buck converter though
Hey Jack where is the link at top of your site that has the times you will be live. Haven’t seen it in awhile.
It is http://TSPLive.com but looks like when Tom added Tip Me he removed that tab, Ill have him put it back
sorry about that – fixed!
Enjoyed your talk I’m a independent person self starter.A pleaser to listen to you.How do I pay for podcasts Wayne
So during the last power outage, I was thinking ‘hey, wouldn’t it be great if I could use these DeWalt batteries to charge my phones? what a great business idea!’
turns out I was late to the party, these already exist:
There are cheaper non-Dewalt options as well…
(should have read those earlier comments =)