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2-Pack Ridgid 18-Volt Hyper Octane 6.0Ah Bluetooth Battery Pack

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Home Depot has 2-Pack Ridgid 18-Volt Hyper Octane 6.0Ah Bluetooth Battery Pack (AC8400806PN) for $159. Shipping is free. Thanks 6027JM
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For you hard core users, 6.0AH batteries.
Please note this is a 2 pack of batteries so you are capped with a 3 year warranty with registration. No LSA. 2 pack for only $159
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1 is 130$... so this is sleek. People that don't need Bluetooth say it's a gimmick, but I work in construction and knowing when the battery is charged 50ft away is a big plus, no one can steal it, and I don't have to check every time how much battery I have left. Also... it's 6 freaking Amps/h
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1 is 130$... so this is sleek. People that don't need Bluetooth say it's a gimmick, but I work in construction and knowing when the battery is charged 50ft away is a big plus, no one can steal it, and I don't have to check every time how much battery I have left. Also... it's 6 freaking Amps/h
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I wish they'd bring one of these batteries out with a tool so I can LSA it...

Still a good deal though - +1'ed.
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I wish they had tools for yard work
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didn't know they had job site blower: https://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGI.../301351360
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These are awesome batteries! I have one. I'm about to have 3.
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This sale might indicate they are about to release the 9ah battery....

hmmmm
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Yes please!
Not sure why they don't since Ryobi has them. Also Dewalt has them. I would buy a Trimmer and Hedge clippers for sure.
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I wish they had tools for yard work
yeah, i would've liked to have gotten something for all my Ridgid tools for the yard... but ended up going with DeWalt, their 40V lineup was just too good and honestly i probably still would've went with the 40V DeWalt stuff, it's just so beastly.
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didn't know they had job site blower: https://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGI.../301351360
they do, it's not great, the DeWalt 40V blower is much better. i have a lot of Ridgid stuff, picked up the blower and wasn't impressed so i returned it to HD... picked up the DeWalt blower, it's a pretty great blower for being battery powered.

i've never been one to care about different owning different battery platforms, i have a mix of Ridgid 18V, DeWalt 20V, and DeWalt 40V... companies make certain things better than others, no reason to handicap myself just to keep my batteries the same. even more so now being batteries are so large and last so long, it's never been an issue.
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yeah, i would've liked to have gotten something for all my Ridgid tools for the yard... but ended up going with DeWalt, their 40V lineup was just too good and honestly i probably still would've went with the 40V DeWalt stuff, it's just so beastly.

they do, it's not great, the DeWalt 40V blower is much better. i have a lot of Ridgid stuff, picked up the blower and wasn't impressed so i returned it to HD... picked up the DeWalt blower, it's a pretty great blower for being battery powered.

i've never been one to care about different owning different battery platforms, i have a mix of Ridgid 18V, DeWalt 20V, and DeWalt 40V... companies make certain things better than others, no reason to handicap myself just to keep my batteries the same. even more so now being batteries are so large and last so long, it's never been an issue.
Really wanted a trimmer but they don't. So after some research went with 80v greenworks and it's been great.
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yeah, i would've liked to have gotten something for all my Ridgid tools for the yard... but ended up going with DeWalt, their 40V lineup was just too good and honestly i probably still would've went with the 40V DeWalt stuff, it's just so beastly.

they do, it's not great, the DeWalt 40V blower is much better. i have a lot of Ridgid stuff, picked up the blower and wasn't impressed so i returned it to HD... picked up the DeWalt blower, it's a pretty great blower for being battery powered.

i've never been one to care about different owning different battery platforms, i have a mix of Ridgid 18V, DeWalt 20V, and DeWalt 40V... companies make certain things better than others, no reason to handicap myself just to keep my batteries the same. even more so now being batteries are so large and last so long, it's never been an issue.


Totally agree. Different companies make different better products. I own thy Ryobi trimmer and hedger. Work ok for my use. Definately worth what I paid for them. However I wish I had a better weed eater/trimmer. Don't want to buy a Dewalt or other brand because I have 8 ridgid Batteries all under the LSA. If someone else had a LSA on the batteries I would try theirs. Just not interested in buying into another brand that the batteries have to be replaced every 3-5 years or so.
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These batteries keep getting bigger, lol... Kinda like the number of blades on razors....

Pretty soon I am going to need blacksmith arms to wield my cordless tools...

That being said... These would be fantastic batteries for my 18v Ridgid miter saw.. I don't have to lift that...
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THIS!!!!!!! I'm with you, pal.
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yeah, i would've liked to have gotten something for all my Ridgid tools for the yard... but ended up going with DeWalt, their 40V lineup was just too good and honestly i probably still would've went with the 40V DeWalt stuff, it's just so beastly.

they do, it's not great, the DeWalt 40V blower is much better. i have a lot of Ridgid stuff, picked up the blower and wasn't impressed so i returned it to HD... picked up the DeWalt blower, it's a pretty great blower for being battery powered.

i've never been one to care about different owning different battery platforms, i have a mix of Ridgid 18V, DeWalt 20V, and DeWalt 40V... companies make certain things better than others, no reason to handicap myself just to keep my batteries the same. even more so now being batteries are so large and last so long, it's never been an issue.
psycttoyeah, i would've liked to have gotten something for all my Ridgid tools for the yard... but ended up going with DeWalt, their 40V lineup was just too good and honestly i probably still would've went with the 40V DeWalt stuff, it's just so beastly.

they do, it's not great, the DeWalt 40V blower is much better. i have a lot of Ridgid stuff, picked up the blower and wasn't impressed so i returned it to HD... picked up the DeWalt blower, it's a pretty great blower for being battery powered.

i've never been one to care about different owning different battery platforms, i have a mix of Ridgid 18V, DeWalt 20V, and DeWalt 40V... companies make certain things better than others, no reason to handicap myself just to keep my batteries the same. even more so now being batteries are so large and last so long, it's never been an issue.
Good thought, but it's the LSA I'm wanting, not so much the battery convenience.
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