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Ryobi

Model # P108

Internet # 203466938

Store SKU # 615906

ONE+ 18-Volt High Capacity Lithium+ Battery

$99.00 /each
  • Over 50 great ONE+ tools work with the same 18V battery platform
  • Any 18V ONE+ blue or green tool works with any 18V ONE+ battery
  • 4Ah LITHIUM+ technology provides up to 4X the runtime of Ni-Cd

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Product Overview

Ryobi Hero
Feature 1

4Ah Lithium+ technology provides up to 4X the run time of Ni-Cd

Feature 2

On-board fuel gauge allows you to easily check your charge

Feature 3

Over 70 great ONE+ tools work with the same 18-Volt battery platform

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18 volts

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li-ion

4.0 AMP HOUR

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Ryobi one+

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60 MIN

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ON POWER TOOL AND ACCESSORY ORDERS OVER $45

Never get caught powerless, as this Ryobi 18-Volt lithium-ion battery has a built-in 4-bar illuminated charge indicator to warn of diminishing capacity. This LITHIUM+ high-capacity battery stands up to frigid weather conditions down to 14 Degree F (-10 Degree C) and is engineered to run four times longer than a NiCd high-capacity counterpart. Strap this pack onto any 18-Volt cordless product in the ONE+ lineup for supreme performance.

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Dimensions

Product Depth (in.) 
7.16 
Product Height (in.) 
6.5 
Product Width (in.) 
3.39 

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Battery Power Type 
Lithium Ion 
Color Family 
Gray 
Power Tool Accessory Type 
Battery 
Power Tool Product Type 
Power Tool Accessory 
Rechargeable 
Yes 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Tools Product Type 
Power Tool 
Voltage (volts) 
18 

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can i use the regular battery charger with the heavy dury 108 battery

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Hauppauge, NY, USA
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April 13, 2015
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The charger needs to be a ryobi charge and one capable of charging lithium batteries. If it's listed as a dual chemistry charger it's okay too. Check your charger too, some of the Ryobi chargers have had recalls, they replace them pretty quickly.
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February 10, 2015
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Yes you can.
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January 23, 2015
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No, the NiCad battery charger won't work. You'll need to get the intelligent battery charger that does both Lithium and NiCad
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Milton, FL, USA
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May 6, 2014
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If its a green Ryobi 18vt charger it will work fine.
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April 28, 2014
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I do not know if anyone answered your question for you or not. if so then maybe it will help someone else.
Based on my research of the ryobi ithium batteries, the answer would be no. You will need to purchase the dual charger for this battery.
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April 15, 2014
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You have to get the Lithium Ion Charger for them. I bought the single battery charger that charges in 30 minutes to charge them.
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los angeles
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January 23, 2014
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That I do not know what you mean by regular charger if your charger is less than 2 years old and its theRyobi + LITHIUM 18 volt Charger style, it should work, if its the old heavy charger and its 10 years old it will not work
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January 14, 2014
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You CAN NOT use the blue charger. If you have a Green dual process charger, yes.
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Mobile, AL
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January 7, 2014
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The Black P118 charger that comes with most Li-Ion kist is compatible with the P108
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January 7, 2014
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I use the same charger for the 108 as I do for the older batteries BUT the charger can't the real old one.
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Atlanta, GA
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December 3, 2013
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Hi yankee76,
I'm Travis from The Home depot. Thank you for visiting our site.
Lithium Ion batteries require the lithium ion charger. The 18-volt Lithium batteries will all use the same charger.
The lithium charger will also charge the 18-volt ni-cad batteries, as well.
The old Ni-Cad charger will not charge any Lithium battery.
Thanks for asking.
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How long is warranty on P108? How long under normal use will it last? I am not a contractor. Just home improver doing small projects.

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Johnson City, TN
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December 21, 2013
I use my drill about 2 hours a week doing small projects around the house after working 56 hours per week. How long will p108 battery last under normal usage?
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Hauppauge, NY, USA
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April 13, 2015
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Warranty is 3 years and 90 day exchange
Run time is great, rarely do i ever have one go dead before I am finished do what i need to do.
they hold a change really well, i left one in storage for a little over a year and it only dropped on bar.
If you have Ryobi tools, these make them seem even better. Buy two and leave one the charge and i am pretty sure you will never be waiting for a battery to Read More
Warranty is 3 years and 90 day exchange
Run time is great, rarely do i ever have one go dead before I am finished do what i need to do.
they hold a change really well, i left one in storage for a little over a year and it only dropped on bar.
If you have Ryobi tools, these make them seem even better. Buy two and leave one the charge and i am pretty sure you will never be waiting for a battery to charge. Read Less
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February 10, 2015
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The big thing is what you are doing with it. for example on the circular saw it should last all day if you are for instance installing a laminate floor. The sawzall cutting hard steady use will last about 20 min continuous. For your use in drilling if it is say wood and not boring hard wood large holes. maybe a month or more. Just check the charge indicator I charge when it is on the last light. The Read More
The big thing is what you are doing with it. for example on the circular saw it should last all day if you are for instance installing a laminate floor. The sawzall cutting hard steady use will last about 20 min continuous. For your use in drilling if it is say wood and not boring hard wood large holes. maybe a month or more. Just check the charge indicator I charge when it is on the last light. The battery has no memory. When it is out it is out not like the older version of batteries. Read Less
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Hey Mike, the warranty looks to be 90 day return/exchange policy. You can get a 3 year extended from HD. Two hours a week, I can't see that you'll have a problem with this battery, I run mine for what seems to be at least 4 hours of pretty hard use driving 3.5" deck screws pretty much non stop. I bought the dbl pack of the 4ah (4x) batteries, HD has them from time to time, Ask about the Dbl pack, when HD Read More
Hey Mike, the warranty looks to be 90 day return/exchange policy. You can get a 3 year extended from HD. Two hours a week, I can't see that you'll have a problem with this battery, I run mine for what seems to be at least 4 hours of pretty hard use driving 3.5" deck screws pretty much non stop. I bought the dbl pack of the 4ah (4x) batteries, HD has them from time to time, Ask about the Dbl pack, when HD has them the deal cant be beat. Read Less
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April 15, 2014
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As for the warranty, I believe it is a year but I have to dig up my receipt to verify. I have used my P108 for over an hour, close to two hours before the battery died on me. That is in my older Ryobi One+ drill. With the impact driver it lasted about 30 to 45 minutes. I was driving 5 inch lag bolts with it. They last quite well in the cordless circular saw. I haven't run one dead in it yet but it out Read More
As for the warranty, I believe it is a year but I have to dig up my receipt to verify. I have used my P108 for over an hour, close to two hours before the battery died on me. That is in my older Ryobi One+ drill. With the impact driver it lasted about 30 to 45 minutes. I was driving 5 inch lag bolts with it. They last quite well in the cordless circular saw. I haven't run one dead in it yet but it out lasts the older batteries. Read Less
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January 23, 2014
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I believe its 1 year save the reicept ,under normal use the battery should last 3 years, mine has lasted 5 years and still going ,except for one of them it only lasted 2 years and I was not very happy with Ryobi especially when they cost 100 dollars, I was hoping Ryobi would replace it
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January 14, 2014
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at least a week. I haven't used it on my drills. I use it in my blower and it will clean my 24X24 patio about 6 times. The blower would only get about 2.5 times with the smaller batteries.
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December 23, 2013
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. I believe it would be best to reach out to the manufacturer for assistance. The manufacturer is Ryobi and their customer service department can be reached at 1-800-525-2579.
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have your old model only worked right for 6 months costed alot still have holds charge for only 3 minutes why

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November 21, 2013
has push button red yellow blue horrible shelf life expensive product how do I know this wont be the same
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Take it back to the store and get it exchanged.
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Always run these type of batteries until they die before recharging, do not leave in charger after fully recharged.
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Steve, ate you talking about the old 18vt yellow batteries, if so they were not LIon, I only got about 6-8 months use out of them too, but my other drivers from other manufacturs were about the same and cost more. I upgraded to 1 compact LIon, 1 Extended LIon and now 2 4x (4ah) LIon Ryobi 18vt batteries. The compact and extended battery are both about 3yrs old or about the time Ryobi came out with LIon Read More
Steve, ate you talking about the old 18vt yellow batteries, if so they were not LIon, I only got about 6-8 months use out of them too, but my other drivers from other manufacturs were about the same and cost more. I upgraded to 1 compact LIon, 1 Extended LIon and now 2 4x (4ah) LIon Ryobi 18vt batteries. The compact and extended battery are both about 3yrs old or about the time Ryobi came out with LIon batteries, I drive about 20lbs of 3.5" deck screws with them a day and they have held up great, The extended battery fell off a roof a couple of times, last time it was a 3 story and landed on concrete and is no longer reliable so I bought a 2pk of the 4ah (4x) batteries and they seem to be of the same great quality. Read Less
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April 15, 2014
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Sound like you have the same questions I had before I bought a couple of the Lithium Ion batteries. I to was unsure if I wanted to shell out that kind of money for the batteries but I also didn't want to have to buy a bunch of different cordless tools, plus you have to buy a different charger for the Lithium Ion batteries. I did take the plunge back in January of 2014. I must say , I am very impressed at Read More
Sound like you have the same questions I had before I bought a couple of the Lithium Ion batteries. I to was unsure if I wanted to shell out that kind of money for the batteries but I also didn't want to have to buy a bunch of different cordless tools, plus you have to buy a different charger for the Lithium Ion batteries. I did take the plunge back in January of 2014. I must say , I am very impressed at how those P108 Lithium Ion batteries are holding there charge so much longer than the old yellow batteries did. I have had them last 1 1/2 to 2 hours in my cordless drill putting in 3/4" screws into pine and some hardwood. Read Less
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bad cell, if you have reicept take it back to home depot
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January 14, 2014
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Sounds like you have a defective battery. Return it to Home Ddepot.
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Hi Steve,
Thanks for your question . More information is needed to accurately answer your question. Please contact our Online Customer Service Department at 800-430-3376 to get more assistance with this item. Our hours of operation are between 6:00 a.m. and 2:00 a.m. Eastern Time daily
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How much does it weigh?

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I like the lightness of the lower capacity lithium batteries. So if it doesn't weigh a lot, like the old Ni Cad Ryobi batteries do, I would buy one or two.
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May 18, 2016
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Hi Terry. The battery weights about 1.5lbs. If you are looking for a lighter weight option we do have the compact batteries available. We hope this helps in your search.
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The various batteries have different benefits. You choose the benefit that matters to you. You want light and slim, go with lower capacity. You want to maximize tool performance and battery power time, go with larger, heavier, higher capacity Ah. And for all manufacturers the Ah capacity of the cells keeps improving so your older 18v slim pack at 1.2 Ah is now typically 2.0 Ah. Today's fat pack capacity Read More
The various batteries have different benefits. You choose the benefit that matters to you. You want light and slim, go with lower capacity. You want to maximize tool performance and battery power time, go with larger, heavier, higher capacity Ah. And for all manufacturers the Ah capacity of the cells keeps improving so your older 18v slim pack at 1.2 Ah is now typically 2.0 Ah. Today's fat pack capacity has become typical at 4Ah although at the same weight some are available at 5Ah or even 6Ah depending on who is making and of course, how much you are willing to spend. Ryobi has great cost/ benefit/ value as a tool line. Read Less
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It's a bit heavier than the compact lithium but lighter than the Ni Cad.
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It weights a little over 1LB, but u really won't notice the weight it balance out very well with most of the tools
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 113 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by These batteries make Ryobi Cordless tools awesome I've used Ryobi cordless tools for nearly 15 years for homeowner purposes and for a few different jobs. I don't own any of the neon green tools. These batteries fit all of my first edition 18 volt tools. They last much, much longer than the old NiCd batteries. I liked the power of my 18 volt tools before, but these batteries are something else. I have collected 3 of them since they were offered and gave away all of the NiCd batteries I collected up before these Lithium batteries showed up. If you have Ryobi 18 volt tools, get your hands on one or two of these batteries. You won't look back, and you won't feel like you should have gotten some other brand. July 16, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Batteries fail quickly. I loved my drill, saw and radio. But the battery failed quickly. Bought another battery and it failed also. Home depot told me I could buy a new drill, charger and battery for the about the same as replacing the old battery. I bought it and now it is dead.........No more Ryobi for me. June 30, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by great battery for the price! This is the second battery I have gone through since I bought my Ryobi tools a few years ago. I was hoping to get longer life than two years out of a battery but they are lasting longer than the old NiMH or NiCd that came with my Makita set, and far less expensive too. May 31, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Frustrating I have a lawn mower that requires two of these batteries. At best they last for 30 minutes if they don't overheat first. Then they take several hours to recharge. May 31, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Amazing battery life These batteries were some of the first high capacity batteries to market, and are still some of the best. Although the price when buying them individually is a bit steep, they do have buy one get one free specials at fathers day, spring black Friday, Christmas time, etc. They are well worth the money, and last four times longer than the small P102 black batteries. The built in battery gauge is a big help in knowing when its time to change to a fresh one. We have 14 of them in our stable, and will be buying more as soon as the two packs show up again! Hey Ryobi, when are we going to get the 5ah version of this that has been available in Australia and Europe for a while now? April 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Lots of power Great battery. Works well for tools requiring additional power like the orbital jig saw. Also lets me finish a job before recharging the battery. April 27, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great purchase! Great battery, enjoy the battery charge indicator. Works great with the 20watt LED spotlight April 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent Battery I say this has to be one the best products is not the number one rechargeable battery on market today. I only wish is that RYOBI made a battery for non-RYOBI tools. What I like best is the weight. It does seems to effect balance of some of my tools mainly my drill. I have read many reviews on this products and the one thing that gets missed is the rubber housing on the bottom of the battery it’s a little added feature to help protect the battery from cracking in case of drops, which works out really well because I drop my tools a lot. But what would be really useful if they could completely incase the battery with a rubber coating. I really enjoy the power indicater, no more guessing if the battery needs to be charge. The best feature is the stand by time when the battery is not in-use, its been over three weeks since I fully charged and used and guess what still have full charge, which is important since the power in my neighborhood constantly goes out. If you’re not a power user you might only two. But with great deals on RYOBI tools and batteries Home Depot March 22, 2016
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