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XRP™ Battery, 14.4 Voltage, NiCd

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  • Mfr. Model # DC9091
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Product Details

14.4V XRP™ Series Battery Pack provide up to 40% more capacity than standard NiCd batteries. This battery allows you to run multiple tools off the same battery pack. Use with 14.4V DEWALT® tools (except Univolt), sold separately.

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Technical Specs

  • Item Battery
  • Voltage 14.4
  • Cordless Tool Battery Type NiCd
  • Battery Capacity 1.7Ah
  • Series XRP(TM)
  • For Use With DEWALT(R) 14.4V Cordless Tools
  • Features High Capacity XRP(TM) Battery Has 40% More Run Time Than Standard Batteries
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by I have never had issues with my DeWalt drill; a real workhorse. April 18, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by I love the 14.4 volt DeWalt drills and have been using them for years. The only problem is, the batteries are expensive to replace. They last pretty well and we usually get about 1-1/2 years, or so, out of a battery before they get to the point where they simply won't hold a charge.I would give it a 5 star rating if they weren't so expensive. IMHO, a battery like this should cost about $40, not over $65. November 29, 2012
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