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Ryobi RB18L40 18V ONE+ Lithium+ 4.0Ah Battery now £44.99 delivered at Amazon France
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Ryobi RB18L40 18V ONE+ Lithium+ 4.0Ah Battery now £44.99 delivered at Amazon France

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Posted 15th Feb

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Meh. That’s Milwaukee/Dewalt prices. Ryobi sells decent tools for cheap but then the batteries are way too expensive.
Edited by: "Despondent" 15th Feb
Despondent15/02/2020 08:16

Meh. That’s Milwaukee/Dewalt prices. Ryobi sells tools for cheap but then t …Meh. That’s Milwaukee/Dewalt prices. Ryobi sells tools for cheap but then the batteries are way too expensive.


Yeah I really don't get it tbh.
I have mainly Makita 18v. I recently got a Makita to Ryobi battery adapter so that I could try a few tools that seem only Ryobi do at the moment. For example an 18v hot glue gun. Body only prices are pretty reasonable. Cheers Si
zzzz15/02/2020 10:08

The third party 5ah ebay/amazon about £25 are pretty …The third party 5ah ebay/amazon about £25 are pretty goodhttps://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B07MQCGDKM/ref=dp_olp_new_mbc?ie=UTF8&condition=newhttps://www.ebay.co.uk/p/3021697878


Be really careful - I bought a highly rated copy off amazon and put it in my circular saw and it died within 30 seconds. You might get away with it for low draw applications but forget it for something like that.
Thanks ordered, tracking at £43.93 on monzo
dangel15/02/2020 10:16

Be really careful - I bought a highly rated copy off amazon and put it in …Be really careful - I bought a highly rated copy off amazon and put it in my circular saw and it died within 30 seconds. You might get away with it for low draw applications but forget it for something like that.



Me and a mate have used these in impact drivers for 6 months now.
There was a deal on here 2 for ~£40 not same as mine and few reviews - I passed.
dangel15/02/2020 10:16

Be really careful - I bought a highly rated copy off amazon and put it in …Be really careful - I bought a highly rated copy off amazon and put it in my circular saw and it died within 30 seconds. You might get away with it for low draw applications but forget it for something like that.


Thanks. I'm aware they have some issues so only risking one battery for it. Cheap off here obviously. If it works , great, if not only a tenner wasted.
And I've just realised that your comment was not for me. But the point is still valid. Cheers Si
Any recommendations on 3rd party 4.0Ah battery and charger?
dangel15/02/2020 10:16

Be really careful - I bought a highly rated copy off amazon and put it in …Be really careful - I bought a highly rated copy off amazon and put it in my circular saw and it died within 30 seconds. You might get away with it for low draw applications but forget it for something like that.



I used my circular saw for over an hour with one of these cheap ones.
And using it on my impact driver, I don't think it's ever run out. I think I charged it once because I thought I probably should.

Bear in mind, I've just moved house and been taking apart a whole house full of shelves, shelving units and cupboards (the previous owner did like to build his own wooden units) as well as installing fitted wardrobes (4 so far) and a pile of other stuff.

FWIW, I bought one of these ones. Amazon are clearly much easier to return, it was prime and only £27.
amazon.co.uk/dp/…KM/
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