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2-Pack of Ridgid 18-Volt Octane Bluetooth 6.0 Ah Battery EXPIRED

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Home Depot has select Ridgid 18-Volt Lithium-Ion or Octane Batteries on sale listed below. Shipping is free, otherwise select free store pickup where stock permits. Thanks FeistyPear550

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Home Depot is selling a single 6Ah battery for $129, this is 2 batteries for $59.50 each. Free S/H. Online only AFAICT.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGI.../301404326

Also 2-pack of 9Ah batteries for $179 ($89.50 each):
https://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGI.../304829433

And 4-pack of 9Ah batteries for $349 ($87.50 each):
https://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGI.../304740784
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I don't know how secure it is but I assume this is a good feature for contractors to keep people from stealing batteries.
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3-Year Limited Warranty.
NOT LSA eligible right?
Deal breaker for me.
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3-Year Limited Warranty.
NOT LSA eligible right?
Deal breaker for me.
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3-Year Limited Warranty.
NOT LSA eligible right?
Deal breaker for me.
Why do they do this? Are the batteries seriously different from the ones that you get in the kits that come with a lifetime warranty?

Honestly, either way, good deal for good batteries. They'll go the distance, warranty or not.
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I read "Bluetooth 6.0"
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I didn't really get LSA in my kit for the reason of the batteries in said kit. Is that not the reason? I had the drill/driver kit that comes with a free sawsall. Only the sawsall was LSA
That should not be the case unless you purchased a kit that was other than new and from somewhere other than Home Depot. I have several 12v and 18v Ridgid batteries that I am submitting for replacement/repair under the LSA.
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That should not be the case unless you purchased a kit that was other than new and from somewhere other than Home Depot. I have several 12v and 18v Ridgid batteries that I am submitting for replacement/repair under the LSA.
time to hit up customer service then!
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Ok, gotta ask. Why would you need Bluetooth on a tool battery? What might it need to communicate with, and why?
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bluetooth??? but no hdmi? i'd rather have usb-c
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Ok, gotta ask. Why would you need Bluetooth on a tool battery? What might it need to communicate with, and why?
to stream audio or to use the battery's built in speakerphone ))))
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Ok, gotta ask. Why would you need Bluetooth on a tool battery? What might it need to communicate with, and why?
It can communicate battery diagnostics such as charge level, temperature, and overall health. I believe the battery can be locked out when out of range.
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Good deal
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Seldomly do I see such idiotic features as Bluetooth on a drill battery. So you can connect it to your phone and your phone can tell you how much charge the battery has left, or you can disable the battery wirelessly, or ping its location. Whoopty farking do. Completely unnecessary. They could have left out the Bluetooth board and maybe made the battery capacity bigger, or just made the device $20 cheaper instead. Bunch of idiots working at Ridgid.
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Seldomly do I see such idiotic features as Bluetooth on a drill battery. So you can connect it to your phone and your phone can tell you how much charge the battery has left, or you can disable the battery wirelessly, or ping its location. Whoopty farking do. Completely unnecessary. They could have left out the Bluetooth board and maybe made the battery capacity bigger, or just made the device $20 cheaper instead. Bunch of idiots working at Ridgid.
I don't know how secure it is but I assume this is a good feature for contractors to keep people from stealing batteries.
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