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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 testle01

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Ryobi's battery deals are back:

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../304740785 OOS
https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../305571990
https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../204321540

Appears to be online only in Indiana. They may have them in store at difference zip codes though
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Must be new lower prices. I can order for same price here in DFW so it is not specific to Indiana or indians.
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That looks like a good deal on the 6Ah batteries (but not so much on the 4Ah ones).
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That looks like a good deal on the 6Ah batteries (but not so much on the 4Ah ones).
yes, just a $10 savings on 4Ah. The 6Ah's seems to be the sweet spot.
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yes, just a $10 savings on 4Ah. The 6Ah's seems to be the sweet spot.
9ah is the most bang for buck though.
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They still have the BOGO deal going with the 3 Ah battery pack: https://www.homedepot.com/b/Featu...1vZ1z18hq1
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9ah is the most bang for buck though.
2x 9Ah might be a bit much for average users of trimmers and blowers. Plus, they are noticeably heavier!
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Must be new lower prices. I can order for same price here in DFW so it is not specific to Indiana or indians.
None of stores 100 miles from 46037 zip code (Fishers, Indiana) has them in stock, so for now at least at where I am at , must ordering online.
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2x 9Ah might be a bit much for average users of trimmers and blowers. Plus, they are noticeably heavier!
9Ah is a must for vacuum's IMHO.
One of Ryobi's battery drawback is super long charging time.
Youtube reviewer said it took 3 hours to recharge the 9Ah with an Ryobi fast charger.
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9Ah is a must for vacuum's IMHO.
One of Ryobi's battery drawback is super long charging time.
Youtube reviewer said it took 3 hours to recharge the 9Ah with an Ryobi fast charger.
not to continue to debate you but if the user uses a blower a handful of times a year then most likely the bigger capacity will let them go for a couple hours in those cases. if someone is doing quick maintenance sessions like once every week or two, 2x 9AH is unnecessary imho.
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Does anyone have experience with the Ryobi electric lawn mowers and know if they take these batteries?
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2x 9Ah might be a bit much for average users of trimmers and blowers. Plus, they are noticeably heavier!
For trimmers, yes, but not for blowers. The blowers use a lot of power. I have the 40v 4ah batt for my blower and it's not nearly enough. I wish it were twice the capacity but that's $$.
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Does anyone have experience with the Ryobi electric lawn mowers and know if they take these batteries?
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They don't take these batteries. They take the 40V and maybe 80v batts
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