I'm posting pictures because it's removed from amazon
You can still view it through twitter
Pretty cool. I love how an existing 20v charger will still charge the 60 volt pack. I can understand how they did that... just threat the battery as 3 separate units. As a shop based woodworker most of these tools are not what I need now but this could lead to workable routers and sanders.
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This is very cool indeed. I am also a garage woodworker/ handyman. The removing the cord is something I would love to be able to more of with my handheld power tools. Removing the dust collection is a bit trickier. I won't use my sander anymore if it is not hooked up to the shopvac.
Milwaukee's Tweets are going nuts about their 9.0ah battery...... "#Heyguyslookatmey!!!" Might as well be their hashtag lol
I can't wait to see how these perform against makita and milwaukees top cordless tools. I will say if I'm looking for a new miter or table saw, I'm going to have to look into these cordless options.
Benjamen/Stuart,It would be really good to get a reference list of the new 20V Max tools, updated as and when you are allowed.Seems like some of the new interesting stuff is getting swamped by the 60V / 9Ah discussion!
9.0 finally here http://www.dewalt.com/en-us/products/accessories/batteries-and-chargers/batteries/20v60v-max-flexvolt-90ah-battery/dcb609?utm_source=Listrak&utm_medium=Email&utm_term=http%3a%2f%2fwww.dewalt.com%2fen-us%2fproducts%2faccessories%2fbatteries-and-chargers%2fbatteries%2f20v60v-max-flexvolt-90ah-battery%2fdcb609&utm_campaign=3.23.17_9Ah+Battery_Flexvolt_PPT
Sooooo ya... Umm they've been available since early January.....(Not my photo)