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Ryobi RB18L40 18V ONE+ Lithium+ 4.0Ah Battery £49.99 @ powertoolmate / eBay
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Ryobi RB18L40 18V ONE+ Lithium+ 4.0Ah Battery £49.99 @ powertoolmate / eBay

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The Ryobi RB 18L40 ONE+ Battery is ideal for users seeking great runtime and performance from their ONE+ tools. The tough pack design with overload protection give long term durability. Ryobi’s IntelliCell™ individual cell monitoring maxRyobi’s IntelliCell™ individual cell monitoring maximises run-time and performance. This battery is compatible with both old, current and new Ryobi ONE+ tools, giving you access to the use of over 40 garden and power tools. Battery Capacity: 4.0Ah.Battery Chemistry: Li-Ion.Voltage: 18 Volt.As one of the largest and most innovative power tool manufacturers in the world, Ryobi are dedicated to delivering outstanding performance and reliability, They have built a solid and enviable reputation by developing a real knowledge of exactly what people need from their power tools, so that you can work more efficiently, more safely and more comfortably in your home and garden. Expand-It, Autoshift, Touch start and the many other numerous new features make DIY and gardening simpler and easier. Ryobi is committed to sustainable development. The environment is everyone's concern, and Ryobi is no exception. Ryobi's commitment is expressed through programs such as the One+ Tool System, which reduce the number of unnecessary batteries and chargers needed, and some electronic ignition systems for less polluting engines.
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I know your buying an ecosystem, but it just look like poor value opposed to the makita 3amp for 17 quid.

Yes, I know your not going to be able to use those batteries in your ryobi tools.l, just saying.
You will be able to use the Makita batteries in a ryobi tool as someone has made a decent adapter. I'm invested in the ryobi ecosystem, this is a deal at the price but you are right compared to other brands its not great value.
Edited by: "Laskha" 16th Apr
Robdaraff16/04/2020 20:51

I know your buying an ecosystem, but it just look like poor value opposed …I know your buying an ecosystem, but it just look like poor value opposed to the makita 3amp for 17 quid.Yes, I know your not going to be able to use those batteries in your ryobi tools.l, just saying.


3Amp and 4amp can have quite a difference, it really depends on the work you’re wanting to do
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Well, it's one...louder...isn't it?
Ashfaq234516/04/2020 21:01

3Amp and 4amp can have quite a difference, it really depends on the work …3Amp and 4amp can have quite a difference, it really depends on the work you’re wanting to do


It can, but as I could buy (pretty much) 3 3amp makita batteries for the same money... I'd prefer the flexibility of more smaller batteries personally, and put up with the inconvenience of swapping a bit more often, especially when it's 9 amps of power.
I got the ryobi strimmer from home base for 89, came with a 1.5ah battery and charger, claimed me free 4ah battery (spring promotion) and sold the charger for 10. Quite happy at that... and needed a strimmer
Robdaraff16/04/2020 20:51

I know your buying an ecosystem, but it just look like poor value opposed …I know your buying an ecosystem, but it just look like poor value opposed to the makita 3amp for 17 quid.Yes, I know your not going to be able to use those batteries in your ryobi tools.l, just saying.


Ryobi haven't changed their battery fitting for decades, most other brands change them every couple of years, I recently binned a Dewalt drill due to the fact I could no longer get a battery for it and that's why I moved to Ryobi.
Ryobi: cheaper tools but much more expensive batteries!

For green/ecological reasons alone there should be a standard fitting for Li-ion batteries (like AAA, AA, C, D, etc.). What about it politicians?
I always buy 3rd party batteries for my ryobi kit as the branded ones are a rip off. They have performed well for me and I cannot complain.
Just saw 2x 5amp batteries for £46 better spec for half the price, but if you insist on branded then this is a good deal
Besford17/04/2020 12:36

Ryobi: cheaper tools but much more expensive batteries!For …Ryobi: cheaper tools but much more expensive batteries!For green/ecological reasons alone there should be a standard fitting for Li-ion batteries (like AAA, AA, C, D, etc.). What about it politicians?


but as a lithium cell has a nominal voltage of 3.7V you'll need at least 5 individual slots which isn't really possible on a lot of smaller tools

I agree it's a license to print money for arranging 18650 cells which are ultimately a few pounds at most
tommyturnip17/04/2020 12:51

I always buy 3rd party batteries for my ryobi kit as the branded ones are …I always buy 3rd party batteries for my ryobi kit as the branded ones are a rip off. They have performed well for me and I cannot complain.


which 3rd party ones would you recommend? i've heard a lot of bad things about them over the years, so i've always avoided them.
tommyturnip17/04/2020 12:51

I always buy 3rd party batteries for my ryobi kit as the branded ones are …I always buy 3rd party batteries for my ryobi kit as the branded ones are a rip off. They have performed well for me and I cannot complain.


I own a few 3rd party ones from Flag power and another brand. I find they work great for everything but the most power hungry tools. My Impact wrench on high setting and my Mitre Saw both cut out under load while using the 3rd party batteries.
I assume its down to not being able to handle the power draws?
Why are Ryobi batteries so expensive, if I'm patient I can get Bosch professional batteries for £10 per ah, the only time I paid more was when I got a couple of 6.0 ah batteries which I've never seen for £60, think I paid about £65 for each battery
adamspencer9517/04/2020 12:56

but as a lithium cell has a nominal voltage of 3.7V you'll need at least 5 …but as a lithium cell has a nominal voltage of 3.7V you'll need at least 5 individual slots which isn't really possible on a lot of smaller toolsI agree it's a license to print money for arranging 18650 cells which are ultimately a few pounds at most


I'm not suggesting they are fitted as individual cells - just a standardised 18/20v design (in various capacities of course).
illy196517/04/2020 16:21

Why are Ryobi batteries so expensive, if I'm patient I can get Bosch …Why are Ryobi batteries so expensive, if I'm patient I can get Bosch professional batteries for £10 per ah, the only time I paid more was when I got a couple of 6.0 ah batteries which I've never seen for £60, think I paid about £65 for each battery


Ryobi have adopted the marketing ploy of (relatively) cheap tools, then they have you over a barrel as you have to buy their batteries. Their batteries are MUCH cheaper in the US btw.
tommyturnip17/04/2020 12:54

Just saw 2x 5amp batteries for £46 better spec for half the price, but if …Just saw 2x 5amp batteries for £46 better spec for half the price, but if you insist on branded then this is a good deal


I bought 2 5Ah genuine ryobi batteries on Amazon Business for £40 if we're willy waving.
Showing £53.99 for me
smegal17/04/2020 21:35

I bought 2 5Ah genuine ryobi batteries on Amazon Business for £40 if we're …I bought 2 5Ah genuine ryobi batteries on Amazon Business for £40 if we're willy waving.


Thanks for posting it as a deal


Oh wait....
adamspencer9518/04/2020 13:09

Thanks for posting it as a deal Oh wait....


It was posted at the time. Not by me though. It was what introduced me to Amazon business.
bladesuk117/04/2020 13:07

which 3rd party ones would you recommend? i've heard a lot of bad things …which 3rd party ones would you recommend? i've heard a lot of bad things about them over the years, so i've always avoided them.


Mainly Flagpower
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