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Amazon Price: $159.00 (as of August 17, 2018 4:35 pm – Details). Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on the Amazon site at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.

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

My newer 18v XRP hammer drill it fits great in and removes easily (see picture circled in GREEN)

 on February 16, 2017
By RedAggie03
The adapter worked in my older 18v DeWalt drill, but it was really hard to remove (see picture circled in RED). My newer 18v XRP hammer drill it fits great in and removes easily (see picture circled in GREEN). Also, The charger is BETTER (faster) than the charger you get in the combo kits, so consider that – I couldn’t believe how fast these batteries charge.

Dewalt sucks for not coming out with this kit years ago

 on March 22, 2016
By bosssho
Dewalt sucks for not coming out with this kit years ago. PERIOD. But, now that it’s out…Thank God as I can use my 18V tools again without dealing with those awful/overpriced/underperforming no matter how long you charge them awful batteries. Works with all my 18V tools. Drills, Reciprocating saw, grinder, circular saw, light, etc.

The top performing battery of the 20 Volt Dewalt line

 on October 1, 2014
By Steve in New York
These are the longest lasting of 20 Volt Dewalt line:

Great batteries. Don’t be fooled by the single charge light

 on December 22, 2016
By Mikebib
When I received these batteries I had the sAme problem that several people reported. E.g. It only shows one bar of charge no matter how long it stays in the charger. There is a super easy fix. I believe the problem is that the charger misreads the voltage And says it is charged.

A Great Buy for the DIYer

 on July 16, 2016
By Adam J. McKee
The adapter kit works well. It simply allows you to use the new 20-volt lithium ion batteries with your old 18-volt Ni-Cad tools. I have several older tools that are still in excellent condition, but my old batteries will no longer hold a good charge. My worn out drill came with the new batteries, and this handy device allows me to use the new batteries on my older tools. My only complaint is that the new batteries that come with this kit are the lower capacity, cheaper version. These are fine of you are a DIYer hanging a few pictures on the wall, but if you are a professional or doing punishing projects like screwing down a 100′ square feet of deck boards, you will want the heavy duty XR batteries. The XR batteries are a “Premium 5.0 Ah Lithium Ion battery.” You’ll have to decide based on the price difference which is best for your application. The charger that comes with this kit is identical to the one that came standard with my drill, and works just as well. It will not charge the older format Ni-Cad batteries!

I bought these two batteries, price being a factor …

 on November 6, 2014
By SmarterThanMyWifeThinks
I bought these two batteries, price being a factor. Having 9 DEWALT tools was another factor. I use them, a ‘lot’. Having these ‘extra’ batteries will insure I always have at least one FULLY-CHARGED battery on standby. The I-hour charging helps, also


 on December 2, 2016
By Spencer S.
SO MUCH BETTER THAN 2.0MAH batteries! The run time on these is amazing. Especially with a brushless tool. I dont know how people could stand using NiCd tools. Lithium last forever especially the bigger batteries like this! Even my circular saw lasts FOREVER using these. Felt like i was constantly changing them on 2.0mah batteries.

Half the Weight!

 on March 26, 2017
By paititi
As described. the fit is not elegant (SEE PHOTO) on my DW988 hammer drill but it works. The weight at 547 grams, battery with adapter, is nearly 50% less than the old NiCad battery (DC9096, weighs 956 grams). At $113 for the battery set, this is a good compromise to buying a new complete drill. I do recommend replacing the brushes in your drill to see maximum benefits.

Found that the adapter was hard to remove from my …

 on August 27, 2016
By rjs
Found that the adapter was hard to remove from my drill. The cause was that the slots in the adapter were not wide enough for the catches on the drill. This put the adapter in a bind making it hard to remove. Filed all four edges of the release tabs to widen the slots and this corrected the problem. Have no problem taking the adapter off and using it on my other tools.


 on July 6, 2016
By jbake5
PLEASE READ THE DESCRIPTION! Everyone who rates this poorly is upset about it not charging batteries but it says that right in the description. Its super loud and runs all day (8+ hours) on one of the small 20v batteries. It fits in a bucket. The screen is super easy to read in the sun. I use it for commercial roofing. Honestly for the money you can beat this radio. Dewalt is my brand of choice!
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