DEWALT DC9096-2 18-Volt XRP 2.4 Amp Hour NiCad Pod-Style Battery (2-Pack)

  • DEWALT DC9096 2 18 Volt XRP 2.4 Amp Hour NiCad Pod Style Battery 2 Pack
  • DEWALT DC9096-2 18-Volt XRP 2.4 Amp Hour NiCad Pod-Style Battery (2-Pack)
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Keep your DEWALT 18-volt cordless tools powered with the DC9096 XRP extended run time batteries. DEWALT uses top-quality NiCd cells, offering a consistent and adaptable performance. The extended run time batteries deliver 40 percent more run time with new cobalt technology.

Customer Reviews

DEWALT DC9096-2 18-Volt XRP 2.4 Amp Hour NiCad Pod-Style Battery (2-Pack)

 on February 18, 2014
By SJK
I buy a couple of these two-packs of Dewalt 18V XRP NiCad batteries every few years or so to replace the aging ones I have and maintain a supply for the cordless tools I use frequently. I normally have around eight of these battery packs and six chargers on hand for a collection of Dewalt 18V tools that I use almost every day at work. I get a lot of use out of them and find that the batteries handle the regular charge/discharge cycles without much issue, even when charging during cold weather using the hardwired inverter in the back of my truck. The batteries do eventually get tired though, but that is to be expected with anything that gets heavy use. I recently upgraded to some of the newer Dewalt 18V Lithium-ion batteries and chargers, which I find are very good, but still relatively expensive, so I will continue to use the NiCad XRP’s as well. My 18V tools are still in good condition, so I will keep buying these NiCad batteries as well as the newer Lithium-ion batteries as long as practicable or until I upgrade my cordless tool lineup with something else.

Beat price I could find!

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 on March 8, 2017
By Erin M Wozniak
Exactly what I expected. Something I didn’t know – Store them dead rather than charged. My home batteries always seemed to wear out faster then my work ones. Apparently it was because I charged them and put them on a shelf for months at a time. It’s a good reason to switch to lithium, but I have too many tools in good working order to switch.

Good batteries. Cheaper than the Lithium Ion ones.

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 on May 4, 2015
By Gary P Turner
TIP: Use them until they start to deplete, which is why buying two at a time is good, when they start to deplete hold down the trigger on your drill or whatever you are using them in let them cool a few minutes then charge them with a good charger, I had a first gen 18V charger and I have two newer ones I am convinced the first Gen doesn’t condition and charge as well. For the cost of the batteries in my opinion use a good charger.