Cordless tools have been getting more and more powerful and the introduction of brushless motors has also helped to improve runtime. But there’s always been a trade off and cordless versions have never quite managed the power of their corded counterparts. DeWALT are about to change all of this with the introduction of the DeWALT XR FLEXVOLT.View all DeWALT XR FLEXVOLT tools
In order to qualify for the Promotion, participants must purchase a DeWALT XR FLEXVOLT 54V KIT (T2) with 2 x batteries & charger (new, not second hand) or a DeWALT XR FLEXVOLT 54V outdoor product between 16th September 2019 and 18th October 2019. Claims for products purchased before or after this promotional period will be deemed invalid. Participants must provide proof of purchase and submit their claim online. In any event, the last date for registration will be 25th October 2019.
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A clever aspect to the batteries is that you can switch from 54V power to 18V. The new 54V battery will not only power the new range of XR FLEXVOLT tools it can also be used with existing DeWALT 18V XR tools. This is the world’s first battery pack that will automatically change voltage when you change tools.
When used with the new range of 54V XR brushless FLEXVOLT tools the battery automatically switches the 15 x 3.6V cells into 54V power. This is then enough capacity to power a machine as big as a sliding mitre saw.
DeWALT let some end users test the new technology to see what they thought and this is what they said:
Just like running off the mains,
absolutely no difference at all
A table saw with a battery? What?
And only one battery?
More power than most corded
tools I’ve used
So what would it mean to you to be able to use heavy duty power tools without the constrictions of a cord? If you’re a roofer or carpenter you’ll spot the opportunities almost instantly. The new system also looks great for all those applications, especially on site, when you need the flexibility to operate without a cord and the same levels of performance of a corded tool.