Free delivery for order over $200

Search

In Stock

DEWALT 20V MAX Starter Kit with POWERSTACK Compact-Battery and Charger

35 Reviews
  • 50% more power in a 25% more compact battery
  • DESIGNED TO RESIST WEAR-AND-TEAR: Durable, overmolded base provides impact resistance
  • LONG-LASTING: Battery provides 2X Lifetime

$126.65

SKU:885911782333
Introducing THE NEXT DIMENSION IN POWER™ with the 20V MAX DEWALT POWERSTACK™ Compact Battery and Charger Kit . Get 50% more power with a 25% smaller footprint using this battery that works with the 20V MAX tools you already have. This battery provides twice the lifetime and features an impact-resistant, overmolded base with non-marring material. Take advantage of our lightest and most powerful battery as the rubber overmold base and twice the lifetime combine to form a dependable lithium-ion solution. The charger included is also compatible with all DEWALT 12V MAX, 20V MAX and FLEXVOLT™ Batteries.
  • 50% more power in a 25% more compact battery
  • DESIGNED TO RESIST WEAR-AND-TEAR: Durable, overmolded base provides impact resistance
  • LONG-LASTING: Battery provides 2X Lifetime
  • AVOID UNPLANNED WORK STOPPAGES: LED fuel gauge displays state-of-charge
  • 20V MAX SYSTEM COMPATIBILITY: Battery works with all DEWALT® 20V MAX tools and chargers
  • CHARGE EASILY: Convenient wall-mounted charger recharges all 12V MAX, 20V MAX, and FLEXVOLT® Batteries
Weight 1.821 lbs
Dimensions 10.079 × 4.331 × 8.583 in

Latest reviews

  1. David

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] LOVE the new Powerstack battery! We are currently replacing windows on a three stories high home. I put the battery on my old 787 to see what it could do. Not only was it lighter it gave it a little more pep. I liked how it looked and how it felt on the tool belt . I was mostly impressed when I put it on the XR reciprocating saw. It seemed more balanced with the same power as a 5amp battery. I can’t wait to it on the oscillating tool.

  2. T Meade

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I used this battery with a few of my tools , i started out with my holehawg and drilled out 9/16 holes through about 25 joists. The battery had enough power to get the job done and still was showing full charge so i put it on my flex volt hammer drill and drilled 25 to 30 holes in block for concrete anchors and to my surprise it had enough power and still had 2 bars of power. The battery definitely has longer life and i would guess has similar power to the 4 amh batteries at about half the size . Overall a really great improvement on the old batteries cant wait to get some bigger sizes.

  3. Brent N

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] The fastest way to test this unit was to put it in my weed whip and it lasted about as long as my 4ah battery! I have a big yard and it was fully throttle until it was dead, very impressed. Not sure what is in this thing but keep them coming!

  4. Anonymous

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I really like the new Dewalt 20 Volt Stack Batteries. Leave it to Dewalt to keep on making improvements to a already great product. These new style batteries are a definite improvement. They are actually a good but smaller than the regular batteries. They are 1/2″ narrower and a 1/2″ shorter. They fit all if my tools perfect. And on top of that they are above 30% lighter in weight! And don’t let the smaller foot print fool you. They have all the power and a longer run time than my existing batteries. My only regret is that i don’t have enough of them. You can bet in time that I will replace all of my older batteries with this new style. Thanks Dewalt, for keeping on making the improvements that make a great tool better!

  5. Anonymous

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] The first thing I noticed was the compact size compared to other 20V DeWalt batteries. On some tools, this is a much better fit. Well made and excellent quality, as you’d expect from DeWalt. The battery life is much greater that I was expecting – when I’d normally have to switch out batteries, the POWERSTACK Compact Battery keeps the tool (drill & reciprocal saw) working, providing additional time and power to finish the task at hand. I really like the look and feel of this battery, it represents advancements in technology that I’ve come to expect from DeWalt. Technology – Quality – Dependability, why I chose the DeWalt 20V system in the first place!

  6. Fireman

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] First let me say this could have not come at a better time I am redoing something in my kitchen. And this showed up right in time but anyway to the review the battery when I got it had one bar on it which I I the button in the battery to see the level of charge left. So I charged it and I can say it charged in a quick amount of time so then it was to put the battery to the test and it did actually what is was bad to do run for a long time I can honestly say this battery is great so I would recommend it to all of my family and friends and future buyers they will love it especially if you use your tools everyday longer battery life get more done on a single battery

  7. Prestyn

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] The 20v max starter kit was very impressive to say the least. I was slightly disappointed when I opened package to see this little battery and Dewalt charger. I was expecting a bigger battery like the 5amh 20v for size comparison. At first use I noticed the weight difference between a 5amh 20v vs the new 20v max. This new battery is seriously half the weight of a 5amh. Now onto run time. I did 2 of the same tasks to prove which battery was better. A 5amh 20v or the new 20v max. I drilled 90 holes in a Ski Doo snowmobile track with my 20v Dewalt brushless drill to add studs. The 5 amh battery was able to drill 90 holes then was pretty much dead. The new 20v max drilled 90 holes and then I used it on my 1/4 impact to tighten down 45 out of the 90 studs to 30 foot pounds before the battery died. Overall the weight and performance was impressive. As someone who uses cordless Dewalt tools to make a living these new batteries are well worth the money. 2 tasks side by side and the new battery did almost double the work. Same temperature, work load, tools, and person doing the task. Both batteries are the same age also. This battery rocks and I’ll be buying a few more as you can never have enough.

  8. Dinsmoor Sheepskins LLC

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Summary:
    It’s a decent battery that does what it’s supposed to. It’s great on flashlights and tools where you don’t set it down with the battery as a base. It’s great for short term projects because of it’s high current delivery, but lower capacity (1.7Ah) restricts it to the kind of project you’d use the normal DCB203 (2Ah) for. If it delivers on it’s promise of 2x lifespan (charge cycles) then it is worth the purchase for those tools you go through the small batteries with.

    The Good:
    -It’s small (narrow), lightweight, and offers high current delivery through high and medium charge states.

    -If it does have 2x the lifespan (charge cycles) compared to the DCB203 then that’s an absolutely great feature right there.

    -It is well suited to flashlights, the grease gun, heat gun, orbital sander, jigsaw, the oscillating multi-tool, and basically anywhere you have a short duration project that you want to stay comfortable with.

    -I was really impressed with the heat gun performance, and I was able to get 8 heat shrink connectors done with it. Normally I have to use a 4Ah battery to get it reasonably hot enough but the extra current delivery on this battery made it so I could use the smaller one. The 4Ah lasts longer of course, but for a small job the small battery is perfect.

    -The over molded case seems like it would offer good protection from falls. I have cracked my older batteries before on drops.

    The not so good:
    -Because it is narrower, taller, an lighter than the DCB203, it is easier to knock over your tools. Personally I set my tools down on the battery (it is wet where I live and I don’t want the cooling intake to get water in it) and with a gentle bump my cordless drill went right into the mud. Because of this, it limits the suitability of the battery when applied to some tools in my use cases.

    -The shape of the battery release changed, and it seems like the spring is stronger too. Because the shape changed, the plastic release lever tends to bind a little and you have to press much harder to get it to release. Maybe it just needs to ‘wear in’. Putting some gear oil on these surfaces helped a little bit, but the lever sticks out past the body of the battery so it seems like it was shoved in around the geometry of the battery cells.

  9. Kris S

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Honestly an all around great technology. Moving away from lithium in the form of AA batteries is a game changer in terms of power, performance and weight. The battery lasted all day long without needing to be charged, swapping through multiple applications. The lightweight of it threw me off in the beginning, I kept thinking it was for my 12V series in terms of size and weight. All around great addition to my standard class 20v and the Flexvolts I have. Will definitely be buying more of these as my 2 and 4AH start to age.

  10. Tim D

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] After I received the kit I immediately noticed the size and weight difference. The battery is 1/2″ shorter and narrower than my DCB203 and definitely lighter. As I started testing in several tools I found it to be very comfortably balanced in the smaller, lighter tools. It provided good balance and no bulk in my Flashlight, impact driver or oscillating tool. When I tested the feel in my DCD998 Hammer Drill, initially I felt like I needed more weight in the battery in order to balance the tool to my comfort. While the battery is narrower and shorter, the length advantage is negated when the battery is placed in the tool because of the piece on the rear of every tool where the battery connects. It also tended to take a couple of tries to get the release lever down properly to remove the battery from a tool. I noticed the release lever protruded slightly from the battery unlike the DCB203 or DCB205. I didn’t have any problems hitting the lever unintentionally but it did release differently than the old design where I thought it was stuck on the tools a couple of times.

    The performance in the flashlight and impact driver was as expected, I didn’t test the runtime to exhaustion but the flashlight was on for 6+ hours and the battery was still at 2 bars (51-74%) and battery was cool. In the oscillating tool the Powerstack made a noticeable improvement when compared to the DCB203, 2aH. I don’t ever use the DCB203 in the oscillating tool because it cuts so slowly where the Powerstack performed the similarly to my 5aH battery I usually use but with much better balance in the tool. I also tested the battery in my DCD998 while drilling some holes and I didn’t notice a significant difference in power from the 5aH battery and the balance was better while using the tool than I initially expected. I also tested the batter on my Blower (DCBL722P1) and it again worked great. Again, I didn’t test the tool to exhaustion of battery but it was light and comfortable any reduction in runtime wouldn’t be a big issue since it is half the weight of the 5aH battery. I frequently just grab my DCB609 Flexvolt 9aH battery when using the blower because I never have to consider battery life but at 20% of the weight I’ll use the Powerstack since it’s so much lighter even if it means I need to grab a second battery at some point for long jobs.

    Overall, I was very impressed by the power of the Powerstack battery and the weight was really a difference maker when using the tools for a longer period of time. I’ll definitely be looking at getting more of these batteries especially as the capacity increases. The performance and weight improvements significantly outweighed the small hassle with the release lever.

  11. Jeff

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] The Dewalt Powerstack is amazing power source with the power torque and longevity for any project. This power supply is designed with size and weight at the fore front. I have 2 other battery packs the 2AH and the 4AH. I tend to lean heavily on the the 2AH battery around the house for project. It was quickly substituted for the new Powerstack. I was able to disassemble a computer desk and reassemble the desk with out any issues. I then put the pack to the test installing a tv wall mount. I was able to drive the lag screws into the studs with easy. Both of these projects were done the same day and did not lose a single light on the battery, I will be putting this battery through the ringer with a framing job in the basement and a green house build in the spring. This is just another homerun for Dewalt!

  12. Klickster102

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] This battery is more compact than previous generations and claims to be more powerful. Compared to my current similar batteries it honestly didn’t outshine them. It is on par or slightly above. It is smaller and weighs less but I didn’t really feel the difference. I used this battery with my drill, impact driver, router, orbital sander, leaf blower, and circular saw. It worked best on the small tools but using it on the leaf blower, saw, and router used up the juice pretty quick. Overall it’s a great battery but if you are looking to upgrade this isn’t the battery for you.

  13. User

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] First of all…size, its incredibly compact!!! Compare to regular 20v 2amp battery. It feels nice on a compact tool(atomic line for example). Allows to get to tight/overhead spaces with no problem. The fuel gauge LEDs stay lit for couple of seconds which is great, allowing to gauge your battery juice faster and easier. Performance is fenominal, i used it for hole cutting back to back and it lasted twice as long as regular 20v 2amp. In regards of charging, i was able to go from completely dead to full three bars in under 20 minutes.

  14. Anonymous

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Definitely the technology of the future, these batteries are lighter and slightly smaller than an equivalent conventional cell. Prismatic cells fill the battery case in a way that the usual round cells do/can not.

    Another strong benefit should be the ability of the cell to keep cooler during high discharge – lots of big holes in harder materials in other words.

    However, the DCBP034 battery says on the packet 50% more power then the DCB203 – my DCB203 says 40Wh of energy storage, my DCBP says 31.6 – I make that 25% LESS.

  15. Jason B

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I’ve been using the POWERSTACK for a little over a week now and it bad been fantastic. I do mostly woodworking and having this battery replace the heavier 5ah batteries I normally use is a game changer. It has just as much power, but in a more compact body. Besides drills and drivers, I’ve loved using it with my jigsaw and sander because the weight balance is so much better compared to traditional batteries. I’ll be buying more of these to have around the shop!

  16. Jr9882

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] A new 20V battery platform has arrived that uses stacked lithium-ion polymer pouch cell batteries. alled known as qPowerStack, this battery is lighter, smaller, and more powerful.

    Designed with stacked pouch battery cells instead of cylindrical cells, this battery mimics a stack of smartphone-like cells protected in an armored battery housing.

    Traditionally, DeWalt 20V batteries use either 18650 or 21700 cells. Wjile the PowerStack battery uses 5 lithium-polymer pouches, stacked on top of each other

    The new DeWalt PowerStack battery “DCBP034” has a 1.7Ah charge capacity, and DeWalt hinted that other battery sizes will soon follow, telling us that the Flexvolt could also see this upgrade. A 12 Ah size battery with this technology would be much more effective at running high-draw tools like the Reciprocating Saws, SDS Hammers, and Table saws.

  17. Stevenm

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] At first look I liked the size, I could just put it in my tool bags for an easy switch on the go. Then I took it to work and used it and almost all of my dewalt tools.except my angle grinder, and deep cut band saw.it definitely had long lasting power with my impact and drill and with the impact I was tightening 3/8 inch no hub coupling but it lasted all day and with the drill I was drilling 3/4 inch holes but it also last all day and I didn’t count the cuts but in my circular saw, and sawzall it also lasted quite a while. So in my opinion I think this is a great battery choice for on the job use.

  18. Anonymous

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Great battery! Super lightweight and has excellent power! The ribber grip on the bottom of battery help alot from sliding on slick surfaces! I run 3/8″ self tappers into steel everyday so the only thing I don’t like is it only last me an hour and half before I need to charge it again.. other than that this battery is great and super reliable!

  19. VinceBueno1

    This battery is awesome! Compact, lighter and more power. It would be foolish not to purchase. I bought it to pair with my DCF850B and let me tell you its the perfect combo for tight spaces. The fact that I can use them with all my 20v DeWalt products makes it even better. I will be purchasing more and I highly recommend them.

  20. David E

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] The battery is great it has lighter weight with more power than the older 1.5 a.h. battery it also says its 1.7 A.H. but has a smaller dimension. When it is connected to a drill it feels less bulky and more maneuverable in tight spaces. on the ocillating tool it gives more room for the tool to move it in the right position.

  21. Ben Garbart

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I was very impressed with the runtime and power in this little battery pack. I wouldnt run a citcular saw or hammer drill off it but I used it on my impact for a full day of cabinet installs and had no issues. The power was comparable to my larger 3 or maybe even 4 AH packs.

  22. Justin C

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] This is a large battery in a small package. Very light weight and has the longevity of larger batteries with my most demanding tools. It charges in the same amount of time as my other batteries and can get me through most of my small jobs in one charge.

  23. Nate

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Compared to the 2 Ah 20 V battery this is a huge upgrade. The PowerStack charges faster and last longer. I am from Northern Minnesota and I have been using the PowerStack in negative degree temperatures and it held up pretty well. I even tested it out while ice fishing in my drill that I use as an auger and it performed well. The light weight and compact design is a game changer and I am excited to see if Dewalt makes larger versions of it. Only negative thing about the PowerStack is the price, but all batteries are expensive. I would recommend the PowerStack over the 2 Ah or the 3 Ah 20 V batteries that Dewalt has out now. I am also curious on how it would work in extreme heat but I will have to wait until summer.

  24. David

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] LOVE the new Powerstack battery! We are currently replacing windows on a three stories high home. I put the battery on my old 787 to see what it could do. Not only was it lighter it gave it a little more pep. I liked how it looked and how it felt on the tool belt . I was mostly impressed when I put it on the XR reciprocating saw. It seemed more balanced with the same power as a 5amp battery. I can’t wait to it on the oscillating tool.

  25. T Meade

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I used this battery with a few of my tools , i started out with my holehawg and drilled out 9/16 holes through about 25 joists. The battery had enough power to get the job done and still was showing full charge so i put it on my flex volt hammer drill and drilled 25 to 30 holes in block for concrete anchors and to my surprise it had enough power and still had 2 bars of power. The battery definitely has longer life and i would guess has similar power to the 4 amh batteries at about half the size . Overall a really great improvement on the old batteries cant wait to get some bigger sizes.

  26. Brent N

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] The fastest way to test this unit was to put it in my weed whip and it lasted about as long as my 4ah battery! I have a big yard and it was fully throttle until it was dead, very impressed. Not sure what is in this thing but keep them coming!

  27. Anonymous

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I really like the new Dewalt 20 Volt Stack Batteries. Leave it to Dewalt to keep on making improvements to a already great product. These new style batteries are a definite improvement. They are actually a good but smaller than the regular batteries. They are 1/2″ narrower and a 1/2″ shorter. They fit all if my tools perfect. And on top of that they are above 30% lighter in weight! And don’t let the smaller foot print fool you. They have all the power and a longer run time than my existing batteries. My only regret is that i don’t have enough of them. You can bet in time that I will replace all of my older batteries with this new style. Thanks Dewalt, for keeping on making the improvements that make a great tool better!

  28. Anonymous

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] The first thing I noticed was the compact size compared to other 20V DeWalt batteries. On some tools, this is a much better fit. Well made and excellent quality, as you’d expect from DeWalt. The battery life is much greater that I was expecting – when I’d normally have to switch out batteries, the POWERSTACK Compact Battery keeps the tool (drill & reciprocal saw) working, providing additional time and power to finish the task at hand. I really like the look and feel of this battery, it represents advancements in technology that I’ve come to expect from DeWalt. Technology – Quality – Dependability, why I chose the DeWalt 20V system in the first place!

  29. Fireman

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] First let me say this could have not come at a better time I am redoing something in my kitchen. And this showed up right in time but anyway to the review the battery when I got it had one bar on it which I I the button in the battery to see the level of charge left. So I charged it and I can say it charged in a quick amount of time so then it was to put the battery to the test and it did actually what is was bad to do run for a long time I can honestly say this battery is great so I would recommend it to all of my family and friends and future buyers they will love it especially if you use your tools everyday longer battery life get more done on a single battery

  30. Prestyn

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] The 20v max starter kit was very impressive to say the least. I was slightly disappointed when I opened package to see this little battery and Dewalt charger. I was expecting a bigger battery like the 5amh 20v for size comparison. At first use I noticed the weight difference between a 5amh 20v vs the new 20v max. This new battery is seriously half the weight of a 5amh. Now onto run time. I did 2 of the same tasks to prove which battery was better. A 5amh 20v or the new 20v max. I drilled 90 holes in a Ski Doo snowmobile track with my 20v Dewalt brushless drill to add studs. The 5 amh battery was able to drill 90 holes then was pretty much dead. The new 20v max drilled 90 holes and then I used it on my 1/4 impact to tighten down 45 out of the 90 studs to 30 foot pounds before the battery died. Overall the weight and performance was impressive. As someone who uses cordless Dewalt tools to make a living these new batteries are well worth the money. 2 tasks side by side and the new battery did almost double the work. Same temperature, work load, tools, and person doing the task. Both batteries are the same age also. This battery rocks and I’ll be buying a few more as you can never have enough.

  31. Dinsmoor Sheepskins LLC

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Summary:
    It’s a decent battery that does what it’s supposed to. It’s great on flashlights and tools where you don’t set it down with the battery as a base. It’s great for short term projects because of it’s high current delivery, but lower capacity (1.7Ah) restricts it to the kind of project you’d use the normal DCB203 (2Ah) for. If it delivers on it’s promise of 2x lifespan (charge cycles) then it is worth the purchase for those tools you go through the small batteries with.

    The Good:
    -It’s small (narrow), lightweight, and offers high current delivery through high and medium charge states.

    -If it does have 2x the lifespan (charge cycles) compared to the DCB203 then that’s an absolutely great feature right there.

    -It is well suited to flashlights, the grease gun, heat gun, orbital sander, jigsaw, the oscillating multi-tool, and basically anywhere you have a short duration project that you want to stay comfortable with.

    -I was really impressed with the heat gun performance, and I was able to get 8 heat shrink connectors done with it. Normally I have to use a 4Ah battery to get it reasonably hot enough but the extra current delivery on this battery made it so I could use the smaller one. The 4Ah lasts longer of course, but for a small job the small battery is perfect.

    -The over molded case seems like it would offer good protection from falls. I have cracked my older batteries before on drops.

    The not so good:
    -Because it is narrower, taller, an lighter than the DCB203, it is easier to knock over your tools. Personally I set my tools down on the battery (it is wet where I live and I don’t want the cooling intake to get water in it) and with a gentle bump my cordless drill went right into the mud. Because of this, it limits the suitability of the battery when applied to some tools in my use cases.

    -The shape of the battery release changed, and it seems like the spring is stronger too. Because the shape changed, the plastic release lever tends to bind a little and you have to press much harder to get it to release. Maybe it just needs to ‘wear in’. Putting some gear oil on these surfaces helped a little bit, but the lever sticks out past the body of the battery so it seems like it was shoved in around the geometry of the battery cells.

  32. Kris S

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Honestly an all around great technology. Moving away from lithium in the form of AA batteries is a game changer in terms of power, performance and weight. The battery lasted all day long without needing to be charged, swapping through multiple applications. The lightweight of it threw me off in the beginning, I kept thinking it was for my 12V series in terms of size and weight. All around great addition to my standard class 20v and the Flexvolts I have. Will definitely be buying more of these as my 2 and 4AH start to age.

  33. Tim D

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] After I received the kit I immediately noticed the size and weight difference. The battery is 1/2″ shorter and narrower than my DCB203 and definitely lighter. As I started testing in several tools I found it to be very comfortably balanced in the smaller, lighter tools. It provided good balance and no bulk in my Flashlight, impact driver or oscillating tool. When I tested the feel in my DCD998 Hammer Drill, initially I felt like I needed more weight in the battery in order to balance the tool to my comfort. While the battery is narrower and shorter, the length advantage is negated when the battery is placed in the tool because of the piece on the rear of every tool where the battery connects. It also tended to take a couple of tries to get the release lever down properly to remove the battery from a tool. I noticed the release lever protruded slightly from the battery unlike the DCB203 or DCB205. I didn’t have any problems hitting the lever unintentionally but it did release differently than the old design where I thought it was stuck on the tools a couple of times.

    The performance in the flashlight and impact driver was as expected, I didn’t test the runtime to exhaustion but the flashlight was on for 6+ hours and the battery was still at 2 bars (51-74%) and battery was cool. In the oscillating tool the Powerstack made a noticeable improvement when compared to the DCB203, 2aH. I don’t ever use the DCB203 in the oscillating tool because it cuts so slowly where the Powerstack performed the similarly to my 5aH battery I usually use but with much better balance in the tool. I also tested the battery in my DCD998 while drilling some holes and I didn’t notice a significant difference in power from the 5aH battery and the balance was better while using the tool than I initially expected. I also tested the batter on my Blower (DCBL722P1) and it again worked great. Again, I didn’t test the tool to exhaustion of battery but it was light and comfortable any reduction in runtime wouldn’t be a big issue since it is half the weight of the 5aH battery. I frequently just grab my DCB609 Flexvolt 9aH battery when using the blower because I never have to consider battery life but at 20% of the weight I’ll use the Powerstack since it’s so much lighter even if it means I need to grab a second battery at some point for long jobs.

    Overall, I was very impressed by the power of the Powerstack battery and the weight was really a difference maker when using the tools for a longer period of time. I’ll definitely be looking at getting more of these batteries especially as the capacity increases. The performance and weight improvements significantly outweighed the small hassle with the release lever.

  34. Jeff

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] The Dewalt Powerstack is amazing power source with the power torque and longevity for any project. This power supply is designed with size and weight at the fore front. I have 2 other battery packs the 2AH and the 4AH. I tend to lean heavily on the the 2AH battery around the house for project. It was quickly substituted for the new Powerstack. I was able to disassemble a computer desk and reassemble the desk with out any issues. I then put the pack to the test installing a tv wall mount. I was able to drive the lag screws into the studs with easy. Both of these projects were done the same day and did not lose a single light on the battery, I will be putting this battery through the ringer with a framing job in the basement and a green house build in the spring. This is just another homerun for Dewalt!

  35. Klickster102

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] This battery is more compact than previous generations and claims to be more powerful. Compared to my current similar batteries it honestly didn’t outshine them. It is on par or slightly above. It is smaller and weighs less but I didn’t really feel the difference. I used this battery with my drill, impact driver, router, orbital sander, leaf blower, and circular saw. It worked best on the small tools but using it on the leaf blower, saw, and router used up the juice pretty quick. Overall it’s a great battery but if you are looking to upgrade this isn’t the battery for you.

Write a review
Write a review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Bestsellers

o3waterworks o3waterworks Ozone Enhanced Oxygen Spray Bottle

$169.15
(7 Reviews)
  • Instantly generates aqueous ozone, a proven sanitizer, using only tap water- simply spray it to conveniently clean, deodorize and sanitize any surface that can get wet
  • Ultimate surface cleaner for kitchen and bathroom, pacifiers, and baby toys, can extend the life of foods in refrigerator
  • Shown to achieve a 99.9% reduction of a commercial testing surrogate for the Human Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, and other bacteria and viruses (see 'Warranty Guide')

CRAFTSMAN 8-Gallons 3.5-HP Corded Wet/Dry Shop Vacuum with Accessories Included

$50.98
(24 Reviews)
  • 8 Gallon rugged polypropylene tank
  • Powerful 3.5 peak HP† motor
  • Complete vacuum organization with on-board hose, cord and accessory storage

SKIL PWR CORE 20 5 Amp-Hour; Lithium Power Tool Battery

$59.49
(5 Reviews)
  • LONGER RUN TIME AND BATTERY LIFE - The PWR CORE 20™ Lithium Battery has an innovative temperature management system to keep the battery cool and powering on through your project
  • ALWAYS KNOW CHARGE STATUS - Green LEDs show status, so you always know how much charge is left
  • POWER UP 20V TOOLS - Pairs with any SKIL 20V product

CRAFTSMAN 2000 Series 26-in W x 19.75-in H 5-Drawer Steel Tool Chest (Red)

$135.15
(47 Reviews)
  • Proudly Made in the USA with Global Materials in Sedalia, Missouri
  • BUILT TO LAST: 18-20 gauge double wall construction
  • FULL EXTENSION DRAWER SLIDES: Support 75-lbs of product

Kobalt Eva Foam 5pc Tool Storage Drawer Liner

$67.98
(3 Reviews)
  • EVA foam tray inserts help organize your tools by drive size and tool type
  • Fitted cutouts help hold your tools in place
  • Contrasting colors help identify missing tools in a quick glance and printed markings indicate which tool belongs in each opening

Kobalt 6-Gallon Single Stage Portable Corded Electric Pancake Air Compressor

$109.65
(1 Review)
  • Powerful oil free universal motor requires maintenance free and easy to get started in low voltage with extension cord
  • Two durable quick couplers allow two tools are used simultaneously
  • Two gauges provides pressure indicator for both tank and tool to be used

Bostitch Smart Point 15-Gauge 25-Degree Pneumatic Finish Nailer

$169.15
(12 Reviews)
  • Smart point™ technology: easy nail placement as a result of a smaller nose compared to current Bostitch nailers and no need to compress the contact trip to actuate the tool
  • Drives 15 gauge FN style angle finish nails from 1-1/4-in to 2-1/2-in length
  • Integrated air blower allows to clear away debris from work surface

Back to Top
Product has been added to your cart