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Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ Lithium-Ion Battery Kit (4-Pack) $149

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Got an email alert that this was back in stock.

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi-.../301404331
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Created 09-22-2017 at 03:57 PM by pooqpooq
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This is not a great deal because these are 2AH batteries.
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Thought it was 4x high capacity. Not really a deal IMO. Got the 2x high capacity way back for $85 after tax after those coupons.
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This is not a great deal because these are 2AH batteries.
It's two 2 Ah and two 4 Ah
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  • Includes:
  • (2) P108 high capacity lithium batteries
  • (2) P107 compact lithium batteries
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Yeah this is 2 normally 99 each. Been waiting to snag this for a while. Sorry if this isn't front page worthy.
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It's two 2 Ah and two 4 Ah
OK, then it isn't a completely terrible deal. I just isn't very good.

When I glanced at the HD page it looked like the batteries were all the same and I saw a mention of 2ah.
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terrible deal, there is no farking reason for someone to buy 2 4Ah batteries and 2 2Ah batteries. you are going to be using the ones that gives you the most power and battery life. if the deal were buy 2 4Ah batteries and get 2 2Ah for the price $100 it would have been a good deal.
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terrible deal, there is no farking reason for someone to buy 2 4Ah batteries and 2 2Ah batteries. you are going to be using the ones that gives you the most power and battery life. if the deal were buy 2 4Ah batteries and get 2 2Ah for the price $100 it would have been a good deal.
There is "no farking reason" to use a bigger and heavier battery than the task demands. For much of what I grab a power tool for, a small, light, and cheap 2ah battery is plenty to get the job done and the larger batteries can be used in higher power draw tools or if I'm working for a long time away from a plug/charger.
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Looks like delivery only. None in my local stores in DFW.
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There is "no farking reason" to use a bigger and heavier battery than the task demands. For much of what I grab a power tool for, a small, light, and cheap 2ah battery is plenty to get the job done and the larger batteries can be used in higher power draw tools or if I'm working for a long time away from a plug/charger.
Exactly my thoughts, there are plenty of times I want the smaller batteries for ergonomic reasons. Other times I need all the battery capacity possible.
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I have this set and it's true - not really a deal. This is the non-sale price but at least it's back in stock.

I have to echo another point. I use the smaller batteries for drivers and tools that have a lower draw and being light is helpful. Larger batteries where I need them such as the circular saw and impact driver.

It's a good set if you only have 1-2 batteries and need a quick expansion (like a new project). Bought the set with plans to return the batteries when the BF deals came up. Ended up deciding to just keep them. Entirely worth it especially for the 4 AH.
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Got an email alert that this was back in stock.

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi-.../301404331 [homedepot.com]
Wait until after Xmas or right around the late holidays. HD had the 2-pack 4ah for $59. I think they had these for the last two holidays.
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This does save you a few bucks over the 2pack price. About $20 cheaper.
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Looks OOS
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