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2-Pack Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ Li-Ion 4.0Ah Compact Batteries EXPIRED

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Home Depot has 2-Pack Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ Li-Ion 4.0Ah Compact Batteries (P145) for $79. Shipping is free. Thanks organika
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The extra prongs on the HP batteries are for communication to the tool. They tell compatible brushless tools it's safe for them to draw more current from the battery. In practice this means a brushless tool coupled with an HP battery will bog down less under heavy load.
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Just wait for $49 deal again.
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So, from what I understand, if I am powering slow drain items like lights or fans then these would be cheaper and just as effectively the HP models?
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Check out homedepot.com and click on local ads - they have posted their Black Friday ad - starts 11/8 and goes to December (appliances start 11/4).

This was one of the Ryobi deals that they had posted. Some decent tool deals - Ryobi, DeWalt, and other brands.
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I bought 2 of this HP with a FREE tool for $79 from last year deals. Will wait until this deal come back again.
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I lost two of these 4ah batteries a few weeks ago. But I'll wait for the 2 batteries w/ a free tool sale for $99.
Went Ryobi 18 v nuts this year after buying my first home. Happy with the decision.
Power Tools, fans, pool speakers, all kinds of lighting products and inverters, and 6 port charger purchased from Home Depot Direct Tools Plus.
After looking at the BF ad, not much Ryobi deals happening IMHO. I will wait to see if the 2X 4 ah batt + free tool comes around again during the next Ryobi Days event.
Not sayiing I would return the One handed Recipricating Saw (Model #PSBRS01B) or Belt Sander (Model #P450) I am looking at If my GF gets me them for Christmas.


I know she's reading this Wave
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I lost two of these 4ah batteries a few weeks ago. But I'll wait for the 2 batteries w/ a free tool sale for $99.
Do they run that with the 4ah batteries or only 2ah?
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I believe the HP batteries have any extra metal contact point to deliver more power to brushless tools. Theoretically this 4ah should last longer than a 3ah HP battery on a brushed tool, but for some reason the HP batteries always seem to last longer in my experience. Especially when pairing them with a high power tool like a circular saw. Fwiw, I own many ryobi tools and use them on a daily basis and am really happy with the HP batteries, but I shy away from these standard batteries.
Wonder if it's a different cell manufacturer. The *good* lithiums are all samsung, lg, Panasonic, and maybe sanyo.

Tool makers love to slap on fancy marketing when it's a cell change (lithium red for example). Yes the batteries are better, but it's not witchcraft it's just a higher quality cell.
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these batteries are great. purchased a couple of 2 packs of them a couple years ago during a sale. still going strong. no issues charging/recharging them.

we have a few of the 6ah ones too and they work just as well.

wish a sale would come along for the 9ah ones for certain tools like our one+ 12" chainsaw and leaf blower....
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Why are people up-voting this? This is not a good price. Certainly not worthy of SD attention.
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Is home depot not doing the 2 batteries for 99 + free tool this year? I noticed in the black friday preview there was no mention of it but for other brands there was.
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Is home depot not doing the 2 batteries for 99 + free tool this year? I noticed in the black friday preview there was no mention of it but for other brands there was.
I'm looking for this too, my local ad does not show it either
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I'm looking for this too, my local ad does not show it either
Been looking forward to the deal for months. Was so disappointed when u saw the ad. Hope they end up having it.
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I have a lot of older Ryobi tools (pre lithium) that came in a massive set. The batteries make them useless. I was wondering if it's worthwhile upgrading the batteries for old tools for $100 or buying a new set when I can. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

The deal I am looking at would be this one that comes with a charger

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI...lsrc=aw.ds
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I have a lot of older Ryobi tools (pre lithium) that came in a massive set. The batteries make them useless. I was wondering if it's worthwhile upgrading the batteries for old tools for $100 or buying a new set when I can. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

The deal I am looking at would be this one that comes with a charger

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI...lsrc=aw.ds
If it were me I'd use the tools until either they die or the batteries die and any new tool I need I would get the on new Ryobi One+ system.
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