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https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../304740785

RYOBI
18-Volt ONE+ Lithium-Ion LITHIUM+ HP 9.0 Ah High Capacity Battery $75
https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../301687122

RYOBI
18-Volt ONE+ Lithium-Ion Kit with (2) 3.0 Ah LITHIUM+ HP Batteries, (1) Rapid Charger, and Bag $119
https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../304165188
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I could completely see those three tools

The ryobi blower is lighter than my 56v ego
The circular saw is being help up by the wood you're cutting
The brush cutter uses two hands and again, is lighter than my 56v ego.

What I should have is these batteries are too much for a drill, impact, or any other one handed tool you have to hold up above your waist.
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This far too heavy for something you hold up. I'd only use this for a bench top tool like their miter saw or a vacuum.
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Last Father's Day, Home Depot had the (2) 3Ah batteries for $99 AND it came with your choice of a select bare tool. I think I'll hold off for a few months to see if a deal like that comes back this year.

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Oh man is the 9ah worth it.... decisions decisions
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Wow, this is a great deal... is this realistically comfortable for hand held drills, trimmers and nailers or Pretty much reserved for saws and and stationary tools? Wonder how much they weigh 🆚 the 4 ah. 🤔
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Wow, this is a great deal... is this realistically comfortable for hand held drills, trimmers and nailers or Pretty much reserved for saws and and stationary tools? Wonder how much they weigh 🆚 the 4 ah. 🤔
Looks like from the Q&A section someone compared the two of them.

"2 pounds 10 ounces, which is a full pound more than the P108 4Ah battery."
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Wow, this is a great deal... is this realistically comfortable for hand held drills, trimmers and nailers or Pretty much reserved for saws and and stationary tools? Wonder how much they weigh the 4 ah.
This far too heavy for something you hold up. I'd only use this for a bench top tool like their miter saw or a vacuum.
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This far too heavy for something you hold up. I'd only use this for a bench top tool like their miter saw or a vacuum.
I have lots of 4Ah batteries but I have read some folks saying even those can't keep up with the current draw on the larger tools. Anyone seen specs out there to confirm this? Trying to figure out when you actually need 6 or 9 Ah batteries,
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I have lots of 4Ah batteries but I have read some folks saying even those can't keep up with the current draw on the larger tools. Anyone seen specs out there to confirm this? Trying to figure out when you actually need 6 or 9 Ah batteries,
I've never had an issue with my 4AH keeping up with my tools and I build a lot of stuff. My brushless impact driver and circular saw have never bogged down due to the battery. The saw has locked up before but so has my corded saw. i'm trying to think what kind of tool people are using that would pull amps like that. I own most of what ryobi has put out, but not everything.
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This far too heavy for something you hold up. I'd only use this for a bench top tool like their miter saw or a vacuum.
These are great for my blower, 7 1/4 inch saw and bush trimmer. I don't have any trouble using these tools. I'm 70 years old.
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These are great for my blower, 7 1/4 inch saw and bush trimmer. I don't have any trouble using these tools. I'm 70 years old.
I could completely see those three tools

The ryobi blower is lighter than my 56v ego
The circular saw is being help up by the wood you're cutting
The brush cutter uses two hands and again, is lighter than my 56v ego.

What I should have is these batteries are too much for a drill, impact, or any other one handed tool you have to hold up above your waist.
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Thanks, I've been watching these for months.
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Guess you'd use these for heavier duty tools like a leaf blower or a trimmer or something, right? I have 2 4 Ah batteries and one of the 3Ah ones, and while I do charge them whenever I think about it, I can build stuff for hours (including using my circular saw and jig saw, but primarily drill and impact driver) and the batteries end at 3/4 or 4/4 charge.
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Good overall deal if you want two high capacity batteries.
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Last Father's Day, Home Depot had the (2) 3Ah batteries for $99 AND it came with your choice of a select bare tool. I think I'll hold off for a few months to see if a deal like that comes back this year.

https://slickdeals.net/share/iphone_app/fp/389703
I will be waiting for this one again.
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