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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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Menards has an 11% rebate for all in-store purchases.

Home Depot matches that: https://www.homedepotrebates11percent.com/#/home
How do you get the rebate to work for products you have to get shipped to home or store?
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I lost patience waiting for cheap power-tool packs and put an order in for 60 3AH samsung 18650 cells for $150. I would have to buy #4 9Ah Ryobi packs to get same capacity. The money I saved more than paid for a quality BMS, and a battery spot-welder to build the pack with. :-)
problem is you cant tell if you are getting quality cells. Granted these are from ryobi, but at least you know they are legit source vs potentially rejected cells.
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problem is you cant tell if you are getting quality cells. Granted these are from ryobi, but at least you know they are legit source vs potentially rejected cells.
100% True .
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Great damn deal
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All 18-volt Ryobi batteries will work in all 18-volt Ryobi tools (you just can't put Li-ion batteries in old Ni-Cd chargers).

This is one thing that really sets Ryobi apart from the competition since they haven't changed up battery platforms in decades, nothing is really obsoleted.
Do we have to use a new charger than the one used for old Li-ion 4Ah batteries?
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Do we have to use a new charger than the one used for old Li-ion 4Ah batteries?
Nope, all good with that charger.
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Great deal ..especially 9 and 6 amp
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In for the 9ah, have a leaf blower and weed trimmer which would work perfect for. Thanks
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Anyone know if these will work with Hitachi 18V power tools?? The battery pack looks identical.
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Are there certain tools that eat battery so fast that 9Ah is needed? I get most jobs done with a 4Ah and a backup and am not sure if the form factor of these is going to mess with use of one-handed tools.
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How can we get the rebate to work for items that aren't "in store" and you have to ship to store or home?
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How do you get the rebate to work for products you have to get shipped to home or store?
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How can we get the rebate to work for items that aren't "in store" and you have to ship to store or home?
As far as I know, both the Menards and Home Depot rebates are for in-store purchases.
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Are there certain tools that eat battery so fast that 9Ah is needed? I get most jobs done with a 4Ah and a backup and am not sure if the form factor of these is going to mess with use of one-handed tools.
The Ryobi P770 vacuum is supposed to last about 27 minutes with the 9Ah (it comes with one in a kit). I think your approach is a good one, but picked up a 6Ah for testing (the benefits are HP and 2 strings of 30A max draw cells). I notice a difference with my non-brushless weed whacker compared to a 4Ah P108 (the P197 has 30A cells so probably performs more like the 6Ah).

I would be interested in more discussion of which high draw tools benefit from the HP batteries and/or 30A cells. The 9Ah has 3 strings of 30A cells (90A max draw total) so should be even better than the 6Ah for high power draw tools. Plus the longer runtime. Though the size is a tradeoff (the 6Ah is not much bigger than the 4Ah, it uses 3Ah cells rather than 2Ah).

One other point, minimizing the draw on individual cells should be good for the number of cycles you get out of a battery. So if you use something like a circular saw frequently for extended periods the 9Ah might have a longer cycle lifetime.

TLDR: Try out a 6Ah battery (maybe borrow one for a day) and see if it makes a difference for you with either power or runtime.
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how do you submit 11% rebate ?
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Anyone know if these will work with Hitachi 18V power tools?? The battery pack looks identical.
Nope. Even Ryobi/Rigid/Milwaukee batteries are not interchangaeable and they are all trchnically the same manufacturer (even though the quality of the tools tend to go up in that brand name order).

I bought into Hitachi as my primary tool brand five years ago and am now switching to Ryobi for a lot of future tool purchases. The versatility and selection on a lot of nice-to-have-but-don't-need-the-absolute-best tools is unbeatable and you can still find a lot of quality tools in the line-up.
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