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[Home Depot] Possible price error? RYOBI 18V ONE+ Lithium-Ion LITHIUM+ HP 9.0 Ah High Capacity Battery 99$

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[Home Depot] Possible price error? RYOBI 18V ONE+ Lithium-Ion LITHIUM+ HP 9.0 Ah High Capacity Battery 99$

same item goes for 139$ USD on homedepot.COM...
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Seems like a good price. I'd get one but my 2Ah tends to last more than long enough
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This price is part of the Ryobi Days promotion.
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Good price, not a price error.
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part of ryobi sale, not a price error
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Sorry thought the price was too good to be true. Good price though.
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Eugh, Home Depot's site has been thrashing around for days. I'd love to get one or two of these.
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theflyingsquirrel wrote: Would it be cheaper if I purchase some 30A rated 18650 and spot weld it myself?
Maybe? But is it worth the hassle lol
$65 for 16x Sony VTC6 3000mAh, assuming they are genuine
https://www.ebay.ca/itm/1-20pcs-18650-V ... 3442253938

Add another $6 for a 100A 5S BMS

Duno if the high powered tools have any form of identification to allow the use of more juice
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Daijoubu wrote: Maybe? But is it worth the hassle lol
$65 for 16x Sony VTC6 3000mAh, assuming they are genuine
https://www.ebay.ca/itm/1-20pcs-18650-V ... 3442253938

Add another $6 for a 100A 5S BMS

Duno if the high powered tools have any form of identification to allow the use of more juice
Don't forget the cost of a spot welder.
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Daijoubu wrote: Maybe? But is it worth the hassle lol
$65 for 16x Sony VTC6 3000mAh, assuming they are genuine
https://www.ebay.ca/itm/1-20pcs-18650-V ... 3442253938

Add another $6 for a 100A 5S BMS

Duno if the high powered tools have any form of identification to allow the use of more juice
The original battery pack is 12Ah? That is a lot of juice.
You can reuse the original BMS. No need to buy a new one.
Or pick one from the electronic recycle box.
engineered wrote: Don't forget the cost of a spot welder.
I have a spot welding machine myself with the wide nickel strips. No need to hire someone.
You can never trust someone else to do important jobs. If they didn't do it properly, your house can be burnt down.
If I buy something that is not in deep discounted, my father will punish me; everyone will laugh at me. I will be the strange kid who doesn't fit in.
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LOL how everything is called " price error" these days. Guys manufacturing this stuff in China, must have good laugh during lunch breaks, reading all these threads: "yo, we make and sell these under $5, and those Canadians call it " price error" at $99!!!! Whatva lonnies! Grinning Face With Smiling Eyes
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Tommy74 wrote: LOL how everything is called " price error" these days. Guys manufacturing this stuff in China, must have good laugh during lunch breaks, reading all these threads: "yo, we make and sell these under $5, and those Canadians call it " price error" at $99!!!! Whatva lonnies! Grinning Face With Smiling Eyes
Implying guys in China manufacturing these things

a) Get lunch breaks
b) Have time to read Canadian deal sites
c) Have access via the internet to Canadian deal sites
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theflyingsquirrel wrote: The original battery pack is 12Ah? That is a lot of juice.
You can reuse the original BMS. No need to buy a new one.
Or pick one from the electronic recycle box.



I have a spot welding machine myself with the wide nickel strips. No need to hire someone.
You can never trust someone else to do important jobs. If they didn't do it properly, your house can be burnt down.
Right, but you didn't get the welder for free right?
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engineered wrote: Right, but you didn't get the welder for free right?
No, I did not. But I used it to build a lot of batteries already.
If I buy something that is not in deep discounted, my father will punish me; everyone will laugh at me. I will be the strange kid who doesn't fit in.
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theflyingsquirrel wrote: The original battery pack is 12Ah? That is a lot of juice.
You can reuse the original BMS. No need to buy a new one.
Or pick one from the electronic recycle box.



I have a spot welding machine myself with the wide nickel strips. No need to hire someone.
You can never trust someone else to do important jobs. If they didn't do it properly, your house can be burnt down.
I thought you wanted to build a 9Ah pack?

It's a 5s3p 3Ah 30A cells.

Smaller packs are 5s, 1.3Ah/1.5Ah (15A cells) and 2Ah more recently (30A)

4Ah packs are 5s2p (15A) and the new ones are also using 30A draw cells.

Where do you find high power draw 5s BMS lol??
Unless you're rebuilding an old battery pack..
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Hi. I always been interested to do it by myself but didn't know where to start lol.
Do you mind sharing which spot welder do you have and where and how much you bought it for?
Thank you
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MesterB32080 wrote: Hi. I always been interested to do it by myself but didn't know where to start lol.
Do you mind sharing which spot welder do you have and where and how much you bought it for?
Thank you
I see them on banggood for about $100 USD.

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