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[Home Depot] Ridgid - 2x 4Ah + 2x 2Ah Batteries and Charger $129 (Price Error - Dead)

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Jon Lai wrote: Why do I have a feeling most people buying this don’t even have Ridgid tools? Face With Tears Of Joy
I'm one of those Face With Tears Of Joy
But I'll definitely buy a cordless drill if this thing ships. Currently I am using a Ryobi set with the two included (small) batteries and I run out of charge all the time.
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Exp315 wrote: The main reason why there isn't a big market for these add-on kits is that most people already got a charger and batteries with their initial Ridgid tool kits, and both are covered by the Lifetime Service Agreement. A home user is unlikely to need more. Maybe if you're a heavy job site user you might need extra batteries and chargers.

Ridgid's LSA policy on these kits is clear as mud. Their terms say that among the items not covered by LSA are "accessory batteries, accessory chargers". Batteries and chargers that come with a tool are covered. I've previously seen it stated that kits with a charger and batteries together are covered by LSA, but I don't see that confirmed anywhere. The HD web page for this product claims that it is covered by LSA, so you would have a strong case for a refund from HD if the LSA registration is refused by Ridgid.
Ridgid staff on HD US website confirmed that the battery+charger kit (although different one) is covered by LSA. Let's just hope Ridgid will be consistent across the border.

RIDGID Power Tool Team
August 10, 2018
Hi OldGuy, This item is covered by the Lifetime service agreement if registered within 90 days of registration for this Kit number. If the system rejected the LSA please call our warranty dept. to get it corrected. 866-539-1710. Thanks for asking. Greg
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xoy74 wrote: I'm one of those Face With Tears Of Joy
But I'll definitely buy a cordless drill if this thing ships. Currently I am using a Ryobi set with the two included (small) batteries and I run out of charge all the time.
But you can probably get a better deal on a Ridgid kit that includes a cordless drill, charger and batteries, so it doesn't make sense to get into the Ridgid tool line by purchasing this kit.

For example I started with kit from HD that had the Ridgid Gen5X cordless 18v hammer drill and 7.25" circular saw, charger, and two batteries (2ah and 4ah) for $75.
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xoy74 wrote: I'm one of those Face With Tears Of Joy
But I'll definitely buy a cordless drill if this thing ships. Currently I am using a Ryobi set with the two included (small) batteries and I run out of charge all the time.
What are you going to do with a drill and 5 batteries? :D
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Just curious, I tried registering a ridgid tool on this website for LSA
https://register.ridgidpower.com/

Is this the right website?
I submitted all the information including the receipt since Jan 26 and the LSA is still pending.
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I Just got a notification from CC saying that it was now processed for the full amount.
I'd rather be outdoors camping, kayaking, and mountain biking ...
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wing0 wrote: Just curious, I tried registering a ridgid tool on this website for LSA
https://register.ridgidpower.com/

Is this the right website?
I submitted all the information including the receipt since Jan 26 and the LSA is still pending.
Whenever I've registered one, it takes foreverrrr...
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Damn, this is one of hottest deals I've see in a long time!

I've been procrastinating for over a month about buying the two 3ah batteries for $99, so this is a no-brainer for me (I'm lucky if my two current 1.5ah batteries last 18 mins with my sander).
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Jon Lai wrote: What are you going to do with a drill and 5 batteries? :D
He’s going to drill the hell out of something!
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torontotim wrote: Word of warning - even the 3.0 Ah batteries are quite large and heavy. The 4.0's will be bricks.
My 3.0 AH and 4.0 AH look identical, the 4.0 AH weighs 2.5 grams more , so no real difference.
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Jojo_Madman wrote: I Just got a notification from CC saying that it was now processed for the full amount.
Yep mine went through right away, I'm still not that hopeful that it'll ship.
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paintballdude05 wrote: Yep mine went through right away, I'm still not that hopeful that it'll ship.

If not, maybe at least a GC ... but I'd rather have the batteries ... fingers crossed.
I'd rather be outdoors camping, kayaking, and mountain biking ...
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This is an amazing price, thanks op. Too bad I don't need it now, lol. I only have mud/taping left and all my renos are done. Will hardly ever get used.
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xoy74 wrote: I'm one of those Face With Tears Of Joy
But I'll definitely buy a cordless drill if this thing ships. Currently I am using a Ryobi set with the two included (small) batteries and I run out of charge all the time.
Jon Lai wrote: What are you going to do with a drill and 5 batteries? :D
grantz wrote: He’s going to drill the hell out of something!
He drill long time!!!
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