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Ryobi 18V ONE+ Li-Ion Batteries: 2-Pk 4.0Ah + 2-Pk 3.0Ah + Charger & Bag

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Home Depot has 2-Pack Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ 4.0 Ah Lithium-Ion Battery Pack (P145) + 2-Pack Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ 3.0 Ah LITHIUM+ HP Battery Starter Kit with Charger and Bag (P166) on sale for $109 when you follow steps below. Shipping is free. Thanks SpenceMcGin

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Not as cheap as earlier with the 9ah battery but still a great deal if you're in the market for some Ryobi batteries and didn't have a need for the 9ah.

Add both battery sets to the cart and it should come out to $109

RYOBI 18-Volt ONE+ LITHIUM+ HP 3.0 Ah Battery (2-Pack) Starter Kit with Charger and Bag
https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../308056104


RYOBI 18-Volt ONE+ Lithium-Ion Battery Pack 4.0 Ah (2-Pack)
https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../306703572
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Quote from UnderD0G :
And they'll measure all the Ryobi deals against it all year now, rolls eyes.
Kind of like the Ryobi 3 brushless tool kit plus 2 free tools for $159 from February.
https://slickdeals.net/f/12747514-ryobi-18-volt-one-li-ion-cordless-brushless-3-tool-combo-kit-2-free-tools-for-159-at-home-depot-ymmv-bm
The funny thing is that deal never made FP even with 260 upvotes.
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Much cheaper clones work as well. I've bought a few. funny the down votes. people like to spend more because of the case, fine. yawn
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Kind of like the Ryobi 3 brushless tool kit plus 2 free tools for $159 from February.
https://slickdeals.net/f/12747514-ryobi-18-volt-one-li-ion-cordless-brushless-3-tool-combo-kit-2-free-tools-for-159-at-home-depot-ymmv-bm
The funny thing is that deal never made FP even with 260 upvotes.
The mods do not seem to like putting items with YMMV in the title on the frontpage
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Original price for this set is $347.xx? 😳
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Quote from rxbox99 :
I don't see an option to cancel just one item. I only have an option to cancel the entire order.
I don't see a way to cancel anything, Lol. There isn't any big orange buttons on my orders page.
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Do these batteries last now? I bought a set about 5 years ago and they died within a year. Tools would work, but I'm not spending another 100 for dead batteries
Keep them charged and shouldn't be an issue. I have a ton of batteries and most are at least a couple years old. Have had a couple fail out of about 20 but they were some of the first style with red green or yellow to show charge level
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My 4ah battery lasted only a year with light use. Now it drains in minutes
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Quote from bitbucket10 :
Much cheaper clones work as well. I've bought a few.
At this price, why bother with inferior clones? Not only that, do you want to have a high amp lithium chemistry battery from some unknown Chinese Aliexpress seller charging in your home, unattended? Not to mention, these Ryobi batts all have 3 year warranties... would it really be worth trying Chinese generics?
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Online cancellation couldn't be split. It canceled the whole order
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Just wondering how many others are returning the 2 for $79 3ah batts they got on Black Fri in favor of this deal?
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Ok I goofed the order and got it backwards but what you can do is ship the kit to your house and the battery to store. That will allow you to can cancel the kit and keep the battery.
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For those doubting the 4Ah batteries:

Quote from riggedveda :
Great deal. I opted for the non-HP 4AH batteries (P197) for the lower weight (1.5lbs vs 1.9lbs).

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../304740790

These black 4AH batteries (P197) are better than the older grey ones (P108).

P108 (Grey 4AH non-HP) - Samsung 15A max discharge cells - 60% capacity after 250 cycles - 1.5lbs

P197 (Black 4AH non-HP) - Sony 30A max discharge cells - 60% capacity after 500 cycles - 1.5lbs

P192 (Grey 4AH HP) - Sony 30A max discharge cells - 60% capacity after 500 cycles - 1.9lbs

I do have a few Ryobi brushless tools and a bunch of 3AH HP batteries to go with them. But the batteries I end up recharging most frequently are the non-HP 4AH batteries that I use with my lawn tools, kid's power wheels, area lights, fan, vacuum, etc.
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I just completed the order for the 2 sets of Ryobi batteries. The invoice shows $129 + $79 = $208 minus $105.99 discount = $102.01 plus $6.99 shipping plus tax.
That's OK with me, just a little less to tax!
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Thanks for the suggestion on the add two items and set one to ship and other pickup then cancel the shipped item. In the end I was able to order the Starter kit and 6 charger for $124.76 after tax.
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Like a couple others, I see no cancel button anywhere.
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