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X4 18-Volt Cordless Mini Radio Bare Tool
  • RIDGID
  • Model R84084B
  • Internet # 204324508
  • Store SKU #1000015851

X4 18-Volt Cordless Mini Radio Bare Tool

$39.97 /each

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18-Volt Radio Kit

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The Ridgid 18-Volt Radio Kit is a great addition to your Ridgid 18-Volt line up. The Ridgid 18-Volt Radio Kit is compact with a folding antenna for easy storage. The Ridgid 18-Volt radio features drop resistant housing for added durability and a convenient carrying handle for maximum portability. The radio is also compatible with iPods and MP3 players. The kit includes one 18-Volt 2.0 Ah Hyper Lithium Ion Battery which results in 2x longer life compared to standard lithium ion batteries and is cross compatible with all of your RIDGID 18-Volt tools. A must have compact Radio Kit for any jobsite.

  • Includes 2.0 Ah hyper lithium-ion battery and charger
  • Compatible with iPad and MP3 applications
  • Impact resistant for job site durability
  • Compatible with all Ridgid 18-volt batteries

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Compatibility

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Mike S.
PA
July 29, 2013
I currently have a set of rigid tools that use R84008 batteries. The charger that came with my set is an R840091. Is this radio, charger, and battery compatible with my current charger and tools? Basically, can I use this battery and charger with my existing tools and charger? Thank you.
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Johnston, RI, USA
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January 14, 2014
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Yes it will charge the older NiCd batteries..
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December 24, 2013
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yes you can use this charger for both nickel cad and lithium will work
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Albion, Indiana
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December 22, 2013
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Yes, according to the insert I got with my tools you can use this charger for any 18v rigid nicad or lith ion batteries. And all 18v slide battery cordless Rigid tools.
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Olathe, KS, USA
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September 7, 2013
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This is an 18 volt battery and to my knowledge it fits all the Rigid 18 volt tools. I compaired this battery to the tools and it runs them all. That is what makes it so nice, If your tool battery runs down and you dont haver a charged one the one from the radio will help complete the job.
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Arkansas, USA
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September 3, 2013
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Yes
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Indiana, USA
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August 22, 2013
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I do not own any other Ridgid power tools, but according to the description this is compatible with all Ridgid 18v batteries
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August 1, 2013
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Hi Mike S, yes you can use this radio with your current batteries and charger. The information is on page 3 of the operators manual.
http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/8c/8c22a241-0420-4a36-9544-6a8df63e7ddd.pdf
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Battery qualifiy for LSA?

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mike
omaha, ne
June 13, 2013
Would the battery in this kit qualify for Ridgid's LSA? I have heard that sometimes even if it comes in a kit it will not qualify if Ridgid think the radio is an accessory.
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January 5, 2014
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When registered, it was only a 3 year warranty for each item. Radio, battery, and charger. No LSA.
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December 24, 2013
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I think your right, but the problem is that this package is sold as a battery and charger with a free radio. I think they should give you the LSA on that and not the radio if that's the problem.
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December 22, 2013
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The radio does not have the LSA only the standard warranties listed. The batteries do have the LSA but you must follow the instructions on the insert that comes with the kit. Links to the LSA pre-registration site are with some of the tools and kit specifications on this site. It does take some time for the mailed in part of the LSA to get through Rigids system and show on the site but it will if you Read More
The radio does not have the LSA only the standard warranties listed. The batteries do have the LSA but you must follow the instructions on the insert that comes with the kit. Links to the LSA pre-registration site are with some of the tools and kit specifications on this site. It does take some time for the mailed in part of the LSA to get through Rigids system and show on the site but it will if you followed the instructions, original sales ticket with arrow at the item (make a copy for your records), cut the upc from the package do the online part then print out the online registration and send it in with the above mentioned items to the address they list. Read Less
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August 22, 2013
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I submitted all the components for the warranty. I assume since they gave me the information to do this that it will be covered
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June 25, 2013
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Unfortunately no, the radios are considered as accessories, and only the batteries and chargers that come with a RIDGID cordless power tool qualify for the Lifetime Service Agreement coverage.
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I have the older 18 volt MAX battery #130254003 with Hammer drill #R841150 and lost charger, can I use this charger to charge older battery?

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On the 18volt MAX battery #130254003 it says to only use with Charger #140276002. Would the charger in this kit be ok for this battery?
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Johnston, RI, USA
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January 14, 2014
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Yes the charger will charge the NiCd batteries as well.. That is if it's still good..
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December 24, 2013
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if your battery fits on the charger it will work on this charger
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Albion, Indiana
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December 22, 2013
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I believe according to the documentation that comes with the charger that this charger will charge that pack. It says on the manual, front page that it will charge ALL rigid 18 battery packs, and inside it says it will charge NiCad and Lithium-ion batteries.
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November 29, 2013
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If it has the same contact points and Voltage it may but I would buy another one for that type battery just to be safe..
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Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 40 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by died for no reason...replacement very costly. couple years old and seldom used...just decided not to take a charge. push button and one light comes on just to tease you. this is a known issue...lots of complaints online. Rigid does not seem to care March 2, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Second double failure I originally purchased a combo kit just to use at home due to the lower price . I won't mention the normal brand the I use but I'll simply say that I've gone through a total of four of rigid a lithium batteries. My normal brand has been beat up and used many times as long with no failures yet. The first rigid failure, I was lucky enough to run into a rep at HD and he gave me a free( by mail) third battery if I bought two. All these brands do the same basic function but some have more frequent failures. Almost forgot I was told that my last two were still under the warranty period now I only need a receipt!!!@? Thanks rigid Chiller Wayne UA local 250 April 7, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Both batteries are dead Couple years old and both batteries are dead. Based on web search, this appears to be an ongoing issue that they do not addresss. Im guessing that they like the replacement battery revenue stream. Can you say planned obsolescence? August 15, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by lifetime my butt. This battery seemed great for a short time. After a few months would only run down 1/4 of the way, I thought it was a fluke until it happened to a second battery. Then it happened to a third and about 7 months of not a lot of use they would not charge at all. I made the mistake of not registering the tools and was told since they were more than 30 days old there was nothing they could do. I love the tools, all of my Ridgid tools but the batteries in my opinion are junk. Wish they would just replace them with new, they say lifetime. If they would stand behind them like other brands they are the only brand I would buy. I have about 40+ battery tools and 6 different brands and for the tools themselves they are the best all around but the batteries themselves are junk. November 2, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Amazing Sound I am so happy that I bought this radio. I was so surprised at the quality of sound that this little guy has. I plugged my MP-3 player into it's aux plug and it was music to the ears. Wow. Although it isn't a heavy radio, the carrying handle is nice to use. I love how the knob scans for a station, unlike so many radio's where you have to keep turning the knob to find a station that is clear to listen to. This is definitely the radio of choice when I'm out at the pool. The power pack battery does not add much weight to the radio and I like that there are indicators to show me how much power I still have before needing a recharge. I'm very very happy with this Rigid Radio and Battery pack and Charger Unit. August 22, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by I thought Ridgid stood for better quality than DeWalt but I was wrong Bought a Ridgid combo 18 Volt Drill and Impact set with charger and two batteries, one has failed, will not take a charge. These batteries are way costly, to buy a replacement, should have stayed with DeWalt, they stand behind quality. Totally disappointing. September 21, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great Battery - Decent Radio The charger and battery are awesome! Charges up very quickly. I especially like the indicator lights on the battery that show how many bars of power remain. Also it has a nice long battery life too. I was driving deck screws for 4 hours and it never hesitated. Great power! This will be my go-to battery. When I saw the radio for the first time I was surprised by how small it was, but it does put out a really good sound for the size. Because it's small it's easily portable. Nice features like a built-in MP3/iPod port, convenient handle and straps to mount or secure the radio. Very simple to use. Overall, super impressed with the battery and charger and the radio is a nice bonus to make the time fly by while you're working! August 27, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Value Deal I purchased this set to get the battery and got a radio and charger for the same price as a battery by itself. Will leave the radio at home for shop use and have put the battery in with a prior Impact/drill combo kit with radio that I had purchased months ago. Radio is great on the job, great reception, sound, size and very durable. The 2.0 amp battery works great and gives a little more run time than the stock 1.5 amp ones I got with the other kit. The charger will go in with the 5pc combo kit I just got to supplement recharging for that set. December 22, 2013
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