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Home Depot has the Ridgid OCTANE 9ah Bluetooth battery with charger on sale for $99. Description stated free LSA if register within 90 days of purchase.

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Just to clear up any potential confusion about LSA on batteries:

Batteries purchased as a part of a kit are eligible to be registered for the LSA. Batteries purchased separately are not.

So if your battery came bundled in a box with a tool and/or charger (like in this deal) it will be covered for lifetime free replacement once you get it properly registered.
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This worked great for high use tool. Blower, panel light and circular saw. However I'd is too large for 100% compatibility in the folding panel light and circular saw. The saw can't reach full depth and the light loses 20% of its rotation. It's great for these blower.
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Every Ridgid battery I've registered as part of a kit are only for 3 years but the tools are lifetime.
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Bought 2, LSA is worth it in itself.
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Every Ridgid battery I've registered as part of a kit are only for 3 years but the tools are lifetime.

This is not correct. If the battery comes as part of the kit they are part of the LSA.

If yours are coming up as 3 years, then they were not part of a kit or you should call and get that corrected.
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This is not correct. If the battery comes as part of the kit they are part of the LSA.

If yours are coming up as 3 years, then they were not part of a kit or you should call and get that corrected.
Going through my list (18 tools) I do have 2 batteries that are LSA that came with drill and driver combo but all others are 3 years. I have never purchased a battery separately. Jigsaw + battery, impact wrench + battery, other drills + batteries, all 3 years. I'll see what online chat says.
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Going through my list (18 tools) I do have 2 batteries that are LSA that came with drill and driver combo but all others are 3 years. I have never purchased a battery separately. Jigsaw + battery, impact wrench + battery, other drills + batteries, all 3 years. I'll see what online chat says.
Well it depends. If you get these promotion deals where you get a "bonus" battery with purchase of a tool. Those "bonus" batteries are NOT eligible for LSA.

But if the tool is always paired with the battery (not some special promotion) then it is eligible for LSA.

I once got a charger with a 3.0ah battery, and a 6.0 ah battery, and a "bonus" 9.0ah battery. The charger & 3.0 & 6.0 batteries were considered a "kit" so they were all LSA. But the "bonus" 9.0 battery was not in the "kit" so it didn't get the LSA.

A battery by it's self is not part of the LSA. It must be in a kit. Whether the kit is with another tool or charger. The "bonus" batteries are not part of the kit and treated like a single battery by it's self.

However this particular deal, the charger and 9.0ah battery are LSA eligible. And that is about the cheapest way to get a 9.0ah battery on a LSA. The other kits that have 9.0ah batteries are way overpriced.

If you ever have a question of LSA eligiblity, get the model number of the kit and call the Ridgid LSA number on their website and just ask them 1-866-539-1710.

Lastly, the Ridgid sometimes makes mistakes. I have had 2 or 3 items that were LSA and after about 6 months I logged into my account to check on the status, and they were only 1 or 3 year. So I called them up, they had me resend my receipts (even though they were saved in my saved receipts) and within a day they were switched to LSA.
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Any idea how often this deal comes by?
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