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[Home Depot] Ryobi 18V 5pc cordless combo kit ($119)

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Tapout123 wrote: I'll probably try one of the Ryobi "replacement"-type batteries available on EBAY
i wouldn't bother with those, i have used them before, ryobi has the 2 pack of legit 4.0 batteries on sale a couple times a year for $100, cheaper and better quality. (or if you're feeling spendy, invest in the HP+ batteries, they should last you a lifetime if you're happy with the P102s)
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looks like website has a slightly higher price than the flyer
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T3rry wrote: ryobi has the 2 pack of legit 4.0 batteries on sale a couple times a year for $100
I'm considering picking up a set of 4ah batteries when they go on sale as the 3s get taxed with the yard work. Aside from the convenience of one charging while you use the other, any thoughts on getting two 4ah batteries at $100 versus one 9ah for the same price?
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tvisforme wrote: I'm considering picking up a set of 4ah batteries when they go on sale as the 3s get taxed with the yard work. Aside from the convenience of one charging while you use the other, any thoughts on getting two 4ah batteries at $100 versus one 9ah for the same price?
The 9 is heavy. More for stationary products that need a long time with juice, lights, shop vac, etc
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tvisforme wrote: I'm considering picking up a set of 4ah batteries when they go on sale as the 3s get taxed with the yard work. Aside from the convenience of one charging while you use the other, any thoughts on getting two 4ah batteries at $100 versus one 9ah for the same price?
the 9Ah has more output, good for the brushless tools, but if you're not using those its probably no necessary, it'll just be added weight and potential for quicker fatigue from heavier tools... i use the 9's for my impact wrench for working on cars for the added power and for long run time on non-mobile tools like my fan, flashlight, radio, miter saw, shop vac, etc..
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thx OP...I picked up one set for $79.99...is it a good deal? still have one left...
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Amazing deal. I bought them years ago. I think reg was over $300
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It looks like this deal isnt available in AB / SK, i wonder why?

Is there anyway for someone who lives in Alberta to purchase this?
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ChenY67984 wrote: Saw this earlier this month at $79.60 in Calgary.
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Thanks for your pic! Was able to snag last one that was listed at $119 for $79.00 in yeg
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twinklestar1 wrote: Thanks for your pic! Was able to snag last one that was listed at $119 for $79.00 in yeg
Tried to find thos today at Richmondhill no luck.

Though it was showing 1 in stock they couldn't find it.
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ChenY67984 wrote: Saw this earlier this month at $79.60 in Calgary.
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I got lucky and found stock. Thanks to your pic I got the price match too! Hell of a deal for 80 bux

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