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Home Depot has 2-Pack Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ Li-Ion 2.0Ah Compact Batteries (P161) on sale for $49. Shipping is free. Thanks nitusneo
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Includes: (2) 18-Volt ONE+ 2.0 Ah Compact Lithium-Ion Batteries, compatible with all tools in the RYOBI 18-Volt ONE+ System. -BostonGirl

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In case you are in market for these light weight batteries
  • Provides 1.5X runtime compared to the ONE+ 1.3 Ah Compact Battery
  • Includes: (2) 18-Volt ONE+ 2.0 Ah Compact Lithium-Ion Batteries
  • Compatible with all tools in the RYOBI 18-Volt ONE+ System

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../301289966


Note: There isanother dealfor 2x 4ah battery if you interested in that.
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Ryobi has the best selection I've seen of any tool line, hands-down. I buy everything of there's from inflators to saws to penis-pumps
I have a 2.0 battery, just weighted it. 0.960lbs, if that helps any. Mine is model P190 don't know if it makes a difference

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Cant find any info on how much these weight. I already have the 3Ah HP+ battery but they are heavy for my Orbital Polisher.

Anyone know if these are light weight enough to warrant a look?
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Cant find any info on how much these weight. I already have the 3Ah HP+ battery but they are heavy for my Orbital Polisher.

Anyone know if these are light weight enough to warrant a look?
I was looking for some smaller batteries as well for the same reason. I have the 3ah hp and the 4ah and they are pretty heavy after a while. I have a really old 1.5 I've been using but i only have 1.

Interested on a weight comparison if anyone has it.
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I was looking for some smaller batteries as well for the same reason. I have the 3ah hp and the 4ah and they are pretty heavy after a while. I have a really old 1.5 I've been using but i only have 1.

Interested on a weight comparison if anyone has it.
Off topic I know, but do you prefer the 3ah HP, or the 4ah batteries?
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Off topic I know, but do you prefer the 3ah HP, or the 4ah batteries?
I never burn through a whole battery in one sitting so I honestly cant tell the difference. I use it on a vacuum, a few lights, inflator, caulk gun, blower, radio, and right angle drill... basically all the odds and ends ryobi tools. I don't use any high draw tools like a grinder or reciprocating saw that would run through a whole battery in a short period of time.

I'm a dewalt guy so all my main power tools are in yellow but i love the value Roybi brings for everything else.
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I never burn through a whole battery in one sitting so I honestly cant tell the difference. I use it on a vacuum, a few lights, inflator, caulk gun, blower, radio, and right angle drill... basically all the odds and ends ryobi tools. I don't use any high draw tools like a grinder or reciprocating saw that would run through a whole battery in a short period of time.

I'm a dewalt guy so all my main power tools are in yellow but i love the value Roybi brings for everything else.
i bought a set of dewalt tools last year. i wish some of the dewalt stuff wouldn't cost so much; dewalt inflator 99 vs ryobi inflator 40 to 50. what value tools do you buy with ryobi?
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i bought a set of dewalt tools last year. i wish some of the dewalt stuff wouldn't cost so much; dewalt inflator 99 vs ryobi inflator 40 to 50. what value tools do you buy with ryobi?
Like you said something I might rarely use like the inflator, its half the price with ryobi and just as good. Right angle drill which i rarely use i got it for $30 and the dewalt is over $100. Caulk gun i got for $25, the dewalt version is $150+. Ryobi provides the value in tools that are odds and ends or stuff you really use but is nice to have.
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Cant find any info on how much these weight. I already have the 3Ah HP+ battery but they are heavy for my Orbital Polisher.

Anyone know if these are light weight enough to warrant a look?
I have a 2.0 battery, just weighted it. 0.960lbs, if that helps any. Mine is model P190 don't know if it makes a difference
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I have a 2.0 battery, just weighted it. 0.960lbs, if that helps any. Mine is model P190 don't know if it makes a difference
Thank you.
Not sure why they don't put weight in the specs.
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i bought a set of dewalt tools last year. i wish some of the dewalt stuff wouldn't cost so much; dewalt inflator 99 vs ryobi inflator 40 to 50. what value tools do you buy with ryobi?
Ryobi has the best selection I've seen of any tool line, hands-down. I buy everything of there's from inflators to saws to penis-pumps
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Which battery model are this 2 pack? P190?
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Terrible deal.
Last time I got 4X 4AH P197 Ryobi batteries from HD was $85
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Got this deal, I was still rocking the original NiCa battery so upgrading to this feels nice. Only work on smaller projects so I don't need too much capacity. Looking forward to using the drill more!
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Cant find any info on how much these weight. I already have the 3Ah HP+ battery but they are heavy for my Orbital Polisher.

Anyone know if these are light weight enough to warrant a look?
Amazon says 15.8 ounces https://www.amazon.com/18-Volt-Co...B07DH1HQR7
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