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2-Pack Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ 9Ah Li-Ion Batteries EXPIRED

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Home Depot has select Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ Li-Ion Batteries & Kits on sale listed below. Shipping is free, otherwise select free store pickup where stock permits. Thanks DanP2526
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2-Count Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ 9.0Ah Li-Ion Battery $139 [homedepot.com] Free Delivery/Store Pickup

2-Count Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ 6.0Ah Li-Ion Battery $99 [homedepot.com] Free Delivery/Store Pickup

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Be careful if you're relying on the 11% rebate match to make the deal - the one time I made a big purchase and submitted for rebate, I got the card in the mail alright, but when I went to use it at the store it had zero balance. PIN was unscratched and everything. Wasted a couple hours on the phone trying to get it resolved and got nowhere, out $30 or so.
They also have super short expiration dates although that was not the issue with mine.
Not sure when you last tried, but I've been regularly getting valid gift cards with no expiration.
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welcome to SD thank you for posting TU from me
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Great deal. I picked up the 9AH.
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2-Count Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ 9.0Ah Li-Ion Battery $139 [homedepot.com] Free Delivery/Store Pickup

2-Count Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ 6.0Ah Li-Ion Battery $99 [homedepot.com] Free Delivery/Store Pickup

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Some people might do better with this Direct Tool bundle: 4 x 4ah batteries and a 6 port charger [directtoolsoutlet.com] for $120.
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Why would you pay $59 for a used one when HD has a 2 pack of NEW ones for $89.
If you choose Ryobi for that price than your are not very smart not even to use any power tool...Link was to get Ridgid
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Some people might do better with this Direct Tool bundle: 4 x 4ah batteries and a 6 port charger [directtoolsoutlet.com] for $120.
Those are the original style batteries. These are the lithium+ version (slightly better)
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If you choose Ryobi for that price than your are not very smart not even to use any power tool...Link was to get Ridgid
Then you might want to do a better job with your links.
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getting cheaper to build that e-bike battery. 2x 9Ah for $100 and I am in!
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Some people might do better with this Direct Tool bundle: 4 x 4ah batteries and a 6 port charger [directtoolsoutlet.com] for $120.
That is so misleading. Do you work for Direct Tools?

Those batteries pictured are either the 1.3Ah, 1.5Ah, or 2.0Ah, not 4Ah as you say.
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That is so misleading. Do you work for Direct Tools?

Those batteries pictured are either the 1.3Ah, 1.5Ah, or 2.0Ah, not 4Ah as you say.
Wait a second here. The guy made a mistake, so you think that means he works for direct tools? Huh?
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I have a Ryobi tool with a P102 18v 24wh battery.

Does anyone here know how to compare this to these?
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I have a Ryobi tool with a P102 18v 24wh battery.

Does anyone here know how to compare this to these?
If it is truly a 24wh battery that comes out to about 1.3ah. A quick search shows those batteries advertised as 2ah or 2.5ah. Either way, far less than the capacity of the batteries in this post.

The biggest difference you might notice other than capacity is weight. The batteries in this deal will last longer but they are also heavier if that makes a difference to you.
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That is so misleading. Do you work for Direct Tools?

Those batteries pictured are either the 1.3Ah, 1.5Ah, or 2.0Ah, not 4Ah as you say.
Yes. It's been an elaborate plan, you see. It all started when I joined around 10 years ago. The 25 FP deals and numerous other submissions were all a cover for this exact moment to post about those batteries.

And I would have gotten away with it, too. If it weren't for those meddling kids!
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I went with best buy.
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