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Ryobi RB18L40 ONE+ 4.0 Ah Lithium Battery, 18 V £44.99 Delivered @ Amazon

£44.99 @ Amazon
Cheapest Price I have seen for this battery and a good upgrade from the 1.3 or 1.5 ah batteries. It supplies a good 40 minutes trimming time for my hedge or Hybrid Grass Trimmer More power, longer … Read More
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Cheapest Price I have seen for this battery and a good upgrade from the 1.3 or 1.5 ah batteries. It supplies a good 40 minutes trimming time for my hedge or Hybrid Grass Trimmer

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#2
Great price, although I prefer the 2.5Ah ones as they are smaller and lighter.
That said, I'm a sucker for a bargain, so may have to make a purchase. oO
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Good price - I managed to pick up the 5.0 in the CF sale recently for £55 for use with garden tools. They didn't hang around for long at that price.
#4
Ordered a 5.0 ah compatible battery from eBay for this price over the weekend, should of waited. Will order one of these as well, so thanks for posting
#5
Thanks OP. I find the 2.5ah batteries don't last that long on heavy drain applications and even though I have two it doesn't give me enough time to recharge.
#6
Received mine today from Amazon. The date of manufacture was 12 months ago. The power gauge was 3 bars out of 4. The only charger I have is the one that came with my drill, aBCL14183H. This charger took 4 hours to charge from 3 bars to 4. So a word of warning, if you are looking at getting the higher capacity batteries, you might have to buy aRyobi fast charger.
#7
pat-w
Received mine today from Amazon. The date of manufacture was 12 months ago. The power gauge was 3 bars out of 4. The only charger I have is the one that came with my drill, aBCL14183H. This charger took 4 hours to charge from 3 bars to 4. So a word of warning, if you are looking at getting the higher capacity batteries, you might have to buy aRyobi fast charger.

Ryobi actually say that to charge the 4AH & 5AH you must use the fast charger so it's not surprising you had problems.

I have one and it takes less than an hour to fully recharge a 4AH battery
#8
barneydog
pat-w
Received mine today from Amazon. The date of manufacture was 12 months ago. The power gauge was 3 bars out of 4. The only charger I have is the one that came with my drill, aBCL14183H. This charger took 4 hours to charge from 3 bars to 4. So a word of warning, if you are looking at getting the higher capacity batteries, you might have to buy aRyobi fast charger.

Ryobi actually say that to charge the 4AH & 5AH you must use the fast charger so it's not surprising you had problems.

I have one and it takes less than an hour to fully recharge a 4AH battery


Had one delivered this morning, but thanks for the info
#9
glad i grabbed one yesterday, now expired before i grabbed second!

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