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Spoke with a rep today at the Flexvolt demo. We were discussing the future products for the 60/120 lines... A few items that came up below. What else do you want to see? - 120v dust extraction vac - 60v sds+ Drill - 60v sds max drill - concrete saw (wet dry) voltage unknown - backpack vacuum voltage unknown - 60v blower - 60v trimmer - 60v chain saw - air compressor voltage unknown - track saw - chop saw What I'd like to see (not saying they're all feasible...): - 55 gallon drum pump - metal pickup tool (electro-magnet on wheels) - router / router table setup? - mag drill - mounted bandsaw/bandsaw with stand - 120v table saw 10" - 60v cord attachment (with transformer) - job box temp lighting- vaults or toolboxes, string lights? - box fan (60V) - drum fan (120V) - portable A/C unit on wheels? - dehumidifier on wheels? - stand-up vacuum - buffer - belt sander (60v) - mower! - jump starter for cars/bobcats - tile saw - vacuum pump for refrigeration systems - power washer
Was just curious if anyone knew what new tools are rumored or planned to be coming out for dewalt in north america. I know the first wave of flexvolt tools will be shiping in a week or so then a 9.0 battery and some 60v OPE will come out in early 2017. Heard that a flexvolt track saw and sds rotary hammer for north america might be a thing. Not sure what else.
So I recently heard about from a co-worker at work that Dewalt is going to introduce a new line of tools that use 120v batteries. Supposedly any 120v battery will be smart enough to know if it connects to a 120v tool or a 20v tool and if connected to a 20v tool it will only output 20v instead of the full 120v. I was also told Dewalt will be releasing them in the next month or so. I tried searching the web for information about the new tools but found nothing. Not sure if this is true or not. Thought I would ask if it is or not and wondered what people thought about this rumor.