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Ryobi 18v 4pack of batteries -YMMV

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[Home Depot] Ryobi 18v 4pack of batteries -YMMV

Good chance to pick up some extra batteries. When I searched using the Etobicoke South location in the GTA, packs available for delivery as well as in store pickup. Maybe even split a pack with someone. Approx $20 a battery is pretty good IMO

*Update* Home delivery option now shows as "Temporarily Unavailable"
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That's a good price, every time I check it seems they've over $100 for this.

The other alternative is to fall right into Ryobi's trap and buy a tool on sale that includes a battery. You end up getting the battery for "free" but you get another Ryobi tool and doom yourself to being a Ryobi user for the rest of your life.
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$137 in wpg. There ok batteries but the bigger ones are much better. I have 2 of these and with the weed eater they dont last long at all but the bigger version last 3 times longer almost.

Also home depot out here doesnt seem to have any of these deals posted on RFD what a shame in a way but then again i saved over a grand because i would of bought 1 of everything posted lol.
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I see $110 until i change to etobicoke south
I would buy one at $20.50 but i don't need 4. That said i have no one to split the cost with who uses these
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stjonnypopo wrote: That's a good price, every time I check it seems they've over $100 for this.

The other alternative is to fall right into Ryobi's trap and buy a tool on sale that includes a battery. You end up getting the battery for "free" but you get another Ryobi tool and doom yourself to being a Ryobi user for the rest of your life.
Are Ryobi tools subpar compared to other brands?
I'm using their 40v mower and trimmer, and having good experience with them so far.
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b33f wrote: Are Ryobi tools subpar compared to other brands?
I'm using their 40v mower and trimmer, and having good experience with them so far.
They're generally fine for homeowners who use them occasionally. Pros who use them every day probably appreciate the better reliability and battery tech of the higher-end brands like Ridgid, Milwaukee, Hilti, etc.
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stjonnypopo wrote: That's a good price, every time I check it seems they've over $100 for this.

The other alternative is to fall right into Ryobi's trap and buy a tool on sale that includes a battery. You end up getting the battery for "free" but you get another Ryobi tool and doom yourself to being a Ryobi user for the rest of your life.
You mean the trap of a property ecosystem, like everyone other battery powered too manufacturer? Gillette and everyone other razor manufacturer? Apple products? ;-)
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HaZaRd wrote: They're generally fine for homeowners who use them occasionally. Pros who use them every day probably appreciate the better reliability and battery tech of the higher-end brands like Ridgid, Milwaukee, Hilti, etc.
They do make the occasional unique tool at a good price however. A good case in point is their cordless glue gun - https://www.homedepot.ca/en/home/p.one- ... 22812.html. According to one review I saw, it's a darn good tool considering the price and the uniqueness of the product.
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This deal seems to be available online with free shipping. Just change your store location to Toronto.
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b33f wrote: Are Ryobi tools subpar compared to other brands?
I'm using their 40v mower and trimmer, and having good experience with them so far.
I have a set of 18v drill driver and impact driver. I stop using them since I bought myself a set of 12v Milwaukee fuel drill driver and impact driver. Milwaukee are much lighter and batteries last much longer.

But I also got the ryobi impact wrench and 2 arctic cove water misting fans that uses these batteries. These batteries will be good if you were one of the rfder that bought the tool only impact wrench at $35.

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ryobi battery warranty is 3 years if you don't register with ryobi. even then, you have to go to tools rental, fill up a form and wait till you get approved and sent a replacement.

i expected immediate exchange because it is their house brand like ridgid..
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fakishan wrote: ryobi battery warranty is 3 years if you don't register with ryobi.
What is the warranty if you do register?
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Ship to home option now shows as Temporarily Unavailable. Still lists 14 at Etobicoke South location
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Quentin5 wrote: What is the warranty if you do register?
I was told that if you register the battery along with a valid receipt, then the 3 years is relative to the purchase date. An unregistered battery would be considered in accordance with the manufactured date on the battery.

Not sure how valid this is as I haven't needed to actually request a replacement (fingers crossed).
I can't afford to save that much!
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deals46 wrote: I was told that if you register the battery along with a valid receipt, then the 3 years is relative to the purchase date. An unregistered battery would be considered in accordance with the manufactured date on the battery.

Not sure how valid this is as I haven't needed to actually request a replacement (fingers crossed).
Thats silly unless you lose your receipt. I was hoping it was like Rigid, 3 years with receipt but lifetime if registered.
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I am in for one if someone wants to split
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fakishan wrote: ryobi battery warranty is 3 years if you don't register with ryobi. even then, you have to go to tools rental, fill up a form and wait till you get approved and sent a replacement.

i expected immediate exchange because it is their house brand like ridgid..
Ridgid doesn't have an immediate exchange once the battery gets older. According to many stories on the 'net, sometimes you need to wait 6 months or more and you have to go to a service centre.
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I bought one set and can split with anyone PM me. I am in Richmond Hill area, near 16th and Bayview. Thanks.
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I'll wait for the 2 pack 4Ah to go back down to $120, better packs overall

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