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Ryobi RB18L50 ONE+ Lithium+ 5.0Ah Battery, 18 V  - £65 @ Amazon
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Ryobi RB18L50 ONE+ Lithium+ 5.0Ah Battery, 18 V - £65 @ Amazon

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Posted 22nd Apr

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Price of this seems to be going up and down on amazon over the weekend. Currently showning as £65. This is atleast 10% cheaper then the most places.
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They over "Charging" you. But its a "positive" from me, not a re-"volting" deal to be honest.
Not "watt" I'm looking for though. Maybe buy a few and "cell" them.....ok im empty.
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They over "Charging" you. But its a "positive" from me, not a re-"volting" deal to be honest.
Not "watt" I'm looking for though. Maybe buy a few and "cell" them.....ok im empty.
Bought last year Black Friday at £55
I think this is a reasonable price for this but they do seem expensive for what they are IMO. I've not got a few one+ tools, I think they're great, but I only had a standard 1.5Ah battery. I recently bought a non-genine battery, 5.5Ah which was much cheaper, I actually got it "as new" from the warehouse for £15. I've used it this weekend and it's been fine. It's also got a led indicator to show the remaining charge which is handy.

So although I think this is an ok price I'd rather get a couple of non Ryobi ones for 2/3rds of the price. I'd guess the genuine one may last longer (as in amount of charges before it stops holding capacity) but it's a big price difference. The only negative I'd say about the one I bought is the charger blinks with both lights once fully charged showing a battery problem but I've done a full cycle and it seems fine.

Edit: voted hot btw, it's a good price for a genuine battery.
Edited by: "dirty_stan" 22nd Apr
I got NeBatte 2X P108 18V 5.0Ah Lithium-ion battery's which turned out to be 5.5Ah for £19.40 from Amazon on the 2 of April. Now they are £33.82 for 2
Good price for a new battery, I’ve been managing to bag the odd on off eBay cheap.. scored one for £40 posted then I bought one for £27.99... but this turned up
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mtcleaning83_.1 h, 1 m ago

They over "Charging" you. But its a "positive" from me, not a re-"volting" …They over "Charging" you. But its a "positive" from me, not a re-"volting" deal to be honest. Not "watt" I'm looking for though. Maybe buy a few and "cell" them.....ok im empty.


I'm everready to give advice and didn't want to sound negative about your post but think you are terminal to be honest.
tundoy692 h, 3 m ago

Good price for a new battery, I’ve been managing to bag the odd on off e …Good price for a new battery, I’ve been managing to bag the odd on off eBay cheap.. scored one for £40 posted then I bought one for £27.99... but this turned up [Image] [Image]



You;re buying these batteries on eBay? Are they used? or used ones listed as new? how would you even know?

FYI Lithium batteries only have a shelf life of 3-5 Years, and don't even need to be used to deteriorate. Seems a bit of a gamble!
Edited by: "Jace_Phoenix" 23rd Apr
I am probably the only one who prefers wired devices. Not that the idea is bad but it is quite costly over time. However, I get it if you need to be independent when it comes to electrical socket and location.
Whilst it's a good deal the OEM batteries are massively overpriced, you can be two looky likies from Amazon and they work just as well:

amazon.co.uk/dp/…9e8
tundoy6922/04/2019 22:27

Good price for a new battery, I’ve been managing to bag the odd on off e …Good price for a new battery, I’ve been managing to bag the odd on off eBay cheap.. scored one for £40 posted then I bought one for £27.99... but this turned up [Image] [Image]


Li-ion batteries are prohibited by Royal Mail; good luck getting compensation for that!

royalmail.com/sit…pdf
Edited by: "Besford" 23rd Apr
mtcleaning83_.12 h, 8 m ago

They over "Charging" you. But its a "positive" from me, not a re-"volting" …They over "Charging" you. But its a "positive" from me, not a re-"volting" deal to be honest. Not "watt" I'm looking for though. Maybe buy a few and "cell" them.....ok im empty.


That's a "schock".
Besford1 h, 11 m ago

Li-ion batteries are prohibited by Royal Mail; good luck getting …Li-ion batteries are prohibited by Royal Mail; good luck getting compensation for that!https://www.royalmail.com/sites/default/files/royal-mail-prohibited-and-restricted-items-nov-23-2018---23410530_updated%20April%2019.pdf


Luckily the seller took responsibility as he hadn’t taped the box closed. 🙈
mtcleaning83_.22/04/2019 21:52

They over "Charging" you. But its a "positive" from me, not a re-"volting" …They over "Charging" you. But its a "positive" from me, not a re-"volting" deal to be honest. Not "watt" I'm looking for though. Maybe buy a few and "cell" them.....ok im empty.


Surely that should've been: "ok I'm drained"
It was £60 until 10am yesterday.
slimjimjim801 h, 21 m ago

Surely that should've been: "ok I'm drained"


I was tempted to end with, im flat out of jokes.
I have a Netbatte 5.0Ah from Amazon.

They are ok until you use a high drain item. In a fan it will last hours but in a mower with long grass it will keep cutting out.

So I ended up buying an original and so good so far.
Edited by: "tilyymolly" 24th Apr
As mentioned the 3rd party cheapies ~£26 for 5AH are quite good.
ebay.co.uk/itm…rue
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