Ryobi 18-Volt One+ High Capacity Lithium-Ion Battery-P105 at The Home Depot
Discontinued

Ryobi

Model # P105

Internet # 203466918

Store SKU # 886662

18-Volt One+ High Capacity Lithium-Ion Battery


Ryobi 18-Volt One+ High Capacity Lithium-Ion Battery
 

This item has been discontinued.
The Home Depot no longer carries this specific product.

$59.00 / each
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PRODUCT OVERVIEW

Model # P105

Internet # 203466918

Store SKU # 886662

The Ryobi 18-Volt One+ System introduces the best value in lithium-ion performance at Ni-Cd prices. This new battery provides up to 2X runtime, holds a charge 4X longer and is 20% lighter weight than 18-Volt One+ Ni-Cd batteries at a cost far below similar competitor batteries. Lithium-ion batteries provide fade-free power for maximum performance throughout the charge. Best of all, like all 18-Volt One+ batteries, it works in every Ryobi 18-Volt One+ tool ever made.

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SPECIFICATIONS

Assembled Depth (in.)  7.160 in  Assembled Height (in.)  6.5 in 
Assembled Width (in.)  3.39 in  Battery Power Type  Lithium Ion 
Color Family  Black  Power Tool Accessory Type  Battery 
Power Tool Product Type  Cordless  Rechargeable  Yes 
Returnable  90-Day  Voltage (volts)  18 

CUSTOMER REVIEWS

Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 22 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Fantastic, but buy them fresh and avoid vibration. Some people complain about these batteries being no good to begin with, or not lasting too long. The first thing is, you have to get one that is (ideally) not more than 9 months old or it could be over-depleted and never come to full capacity. Learn how to read Ryobi date codes on all battery and tool packages, eg 0813 is Sept 2013. Secondly, understand that these high tech battery systems have charge computers inside them, called Battery Management Systems or BMS. These little computers are not vibration tolerant, so DO NOT use these lithium batteries on impact drivers, hammer drills, jig saws, or reciprocating saws. For these tools you need the NiCd P-101. Attention Home Depot... the Lithiums are fantastic for most tools but do not discontinue the NiCD batteries! August 19, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Electronician is wrong Electronician's statment that they have a charge counter is wrong and since they use solid state circuitry they are immune to vibrations. the only Vibrations that would cause damage would be on the connections. and that's a Spot weld that let go not something based on the electronics I own 2 of these and 5+ p104's and 5+ P103's Why so many? my wife and I use multiple tools at once. when working on our bathroom renovo she was using the drill, hand vac, and bradnailer. While I was manning the Miter saw and helping pull off the old molding and Paint. as well as using a Impact driver for driving screws into a 3/4 Plywood Sub floor section (toilet leaked) there is a Argument that these batteries are not as tough as the older ones. Id Agree. these black packs use the 1300 LG 15 Amp batteries. which gives you 50WH (pack is slightly under rated at 48WH) 4.2v X 1300MAH x 10Batteries= 50.4Wh the older Pack used the tougher 1200 20A Sanyo' Cells rated at 46WH (again underrated) with this pack you will get more run time out of a drill but a HIGH DRAIN device will shorten the packs life this is no doubt a Direct result from the discharge rate 15amps vs 20amps of the older batteries. How much you ask? well... I have a black 105 pack that's Dated 2012 and a older 104 that's dated 2008 the older abused 104 spools up the miter in a hot second. while my black pack takes another. Also if I jam up the 104 while cutting. it puts up a good fight before the circuity cuts it off. the 105? cuts off when you get the low "whirrrr" from the saw. Granted Ryobi's 7" miter is not really up to the task of cutting harwood 8" planks. but I make it do it anways. I have batteries from 2007 through 2013 and I treat all of them well. in fact so much so that Ive keep adding more with tool purchases yet ive not had to throw one away yet.. The key to making them last is to treat them well charge them and don't let them sit dead for too long, store them inside (not in the tool) since too cold or too hot (garage) shortens their Life by alot January 10, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Lasted 1 Year Worked great, until it didn't. Had it one year and now it won't charge. April 25, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Works as it should I have two others, and they hold a charge an unbelievably long time. I had one sitting in my drill for 9 months, and I've been using it steadily for the past 2 weeks. Word to the wise though: the saws sap a lot of power. Good to have that spare battery. August 12, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Piece of junk., used it only one time and battery is gone. Bad product. Go with the real thing I used it only one time and the battery is not charging anymore July 6, 2014
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