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2-Pack Ridgid 4Ah Batteries w/ Charger & Bag EXPIRED

$79
$277.00
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Home Depot has 2-Pack Ridgid 4Ah Batteries w/ Charger & Bag (AC93044SBN) for $79. Shipping is free or choose ship to store for free store pickup where stock permits.

Note: Pickup availability will vary by location.

Thanks to Community Member tunabreath for finding this deal.

Includes:
  • 2x Ridgid 18V 4.0 Ah Batteries (R87004)
  • 1x Ridgid 18V Charger (R86093)
  • Bag
  • Operator's Manuals
Features:
  • Batteries: Up to 4X more run time compared to standard lithium-ion batteries
  • Batteries: Over 2X longer life compared to standard lithium-ion batteries
  • Batteries: Best-in-class extreme weather performance in temperatures as low as -4 degrees and up to 120 degrees F
  • Batteries: Onboard fuel gauge lets you know your battery level before you start a job
  • Charger: Compatible with all RIDGID 18V Batteries
  • 100% Compatible: Works with all RIDGID 18V Batteries, Tools, and Chargers

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    • Prices valid 2/09, while supplies last.
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Home Depot has RIDGID 18V Lithium-Ion (2) 4.0 Ah Battery Starter Kit with Charger and Bag for $79. Shipping is free.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGI.../314857616
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Model: 18V Lithium-Ion (2) 4.0 Ah Battery Starter Kit with Charger and Bag

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I'm gonna have to come back here in a few days to be certain, but I'm pretty sure this is the dumbest thing I'll read all week.
I just called ridgid about problems with two batteries from my original 2014 drill set. Received 2 new batteries in 36 hours from the call. Easy fix & they told me I can just do it online in the future.

I went all orange after other tool brands let me down after their warranties expired.

I have no complaints about any of my Ridgid tools. I know there may be better brands out there but Noone stands being their tools like ridgid.

Case in point from last August, I had a Dewalt tool that went bad 6 months into the warranty. They had me mail it in. For 5 months I called every week for the status. They finally just sent me a check for what I paid for it since I luckily kept the receipt. I could not get the replacement for the same price I paid & they offered no other option.
No, your first instinct was right, it is.

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02-09-2023 at 05:16 AM.
I bought a similar deal from Home Depot for $50 last year. The only difference is that this includes a bag. Hope they bring back that deal.
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Was it the 4.0 batteries.
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Exactly no way it was 4.0 … very cheap considering it is lifetime warranty! Unlike Milwaukee warranty which is a joke! I switch over to mostly Milwaukee tools and landscaping! I purchased a 8.0 battery and it lasted for 6 months call Milwaukee they wanted me to send it back or bring to repair shop which is like 2 hours away! For the price they charge they should make it easier for their clients! Rigid lifetime is definitely lifetime no bs! Call or chat with them if you have any issues and they will make it right!
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Quote from Evann89581 :
The only problem with this is that in order to use Ridgids LSA, you have to use Ridgid tools and nobody wants to deal with that nonsense. If you are going to slum it I would at least choose a brand with a deep tool lineup.
I'm gonna have to come back here in a few days to be certain, but I'm pretty sure this is the dumbest thing I'll read all week.
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Quote from SeriesXM :
I'm gonna have to come back here in a few days to be certain, but I'm pretty sure this is the dumbest thing I'll read all week.
No, your first instinct was right, it is.
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Quote from langnex :
Exactly no way it was 4.0 … very cheap considering it is lifetime warranty! Unlike Milwaukee warranty which is a joke! I switch over to mostly Milwaukee tools and landscaping! I purchased a 8.0 battery and it lasted for 6 months call Milwaukee they wanted me to send it back or bring to repair shop which is like 2 hours away! For the price they charge they should make it easier for their clients! Rigid lifetime is definitely lifetime no bs! Call or chat with them if you have any issues and they will make it right!
I just called ridgid about problems with two batteries from my original 2014 drill set. Received 2 new batteries in 36 hours from the call. Easy fix & they told me I can just do it online in the future.

I went all orange after other tool brands let me down after their warranties expired.

I have no complaints about any of my Ridgid tools. I know there may be better brands out there but Noone stands being their tools like ridgid.

Case in point from last August, I had a Dewalt tool that went bad 6 months into the warranty. They had me mail it in. For 5 months I called every week for the status. They finally just sent me a check for what I paid for it since I luckily kept the receipt. I could not get the replacement for the same price I paid & they offered no other option.
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