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Ryobi ONE+ 18-Volt Ni-Cd Batteries (2-Pack)
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Ryobi

ONE+ 18-Volt Ni-Cd Batteries (2-Pack)

  • 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
  • Full capacity nickel-cadmium cells allow for extended runtime
$69.97 /each

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Super long run time with two batteries

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Long run time provided by full capacity nickelcadmium cells

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Any 18V ONE+ blue or green tool works with any 18V ONE+ battery

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18 volts

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ni-cd

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ryobi one +

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Get twice the value for your money with the Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ NiCd Batteries (2-Pack). These batteries power more than 50 Ryobi ONE+ tools. They also work with any Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ charger (sold separately). These batteries offer extended run time due to the full-capacity NiCd cells.

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can ryobi 18 volt lithium-ion batteries be charged with an 18 volt nickel-cadmium battery charger?

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reading, pa
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November 28, 2013
I have the ni-cad charger already and am thinking of buying 2 lithium batteries without the charger.
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November 29, 2015
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As another said, this is DANGEROUS you might get away with it until you don't and have a fire.
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November 3, 2015
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In general, lithium ion batteries come with a variety of chemical combinations and some could require a specific charge cycle. The electrolyte is flammable. Lithium ion batteries pose a potential fire hazard when charged incorrectly...say too much current. Different types of batteries require different charge characteristics during the charging cycle.
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In general, lithium ion batteries come with a variety of chemical combinations and some could require a specific charge cycle. The electrolyte is flammable. Lithium ion batteries pose a potential fire hazard when charged incorrectly...say too much current. Different types of batteries require different charge characteristics during the charging cycle.
Charge you tool batteries ONLY with a charger for that type of battery.
DeWalt makes a charger that can charge both types of their own batteries. Somehow it must sense which type battery is being charged or is specially designed to be safe for both types. Read Less
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April 22, 2015
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No.
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No.
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Coatesville, PA
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April 22, 2015
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There have been some conflicting answers to this question. Let me say that I have asked exactly the same question and have purchased the new 2-pack of lithium batteries to use with my 3 year old blue Ryobi tools. The old charger WILL NOT WORK with the new batteries. They won't even plug into it. You need a "dual chemistry" charger. They have an improved charging circuitry that some have said gives Read More
There have been some conflicting answers to this question. Let me say that I have asked exactly the same question and have purchased the new 2-pack of lithium batteries to use with my 3 year old blue Ryobi tools. The old charger WILL NOT WORK with the new batteries. They won't even plug into it. You need a "dual chemistry" charger. They have an improved charging circuitry that some have said gives additional life to dying NiCd batteries but I have not found that to be the case.
In my opinion, upgrade to the Ryobi One+ lithium ion batteries is a "must do". Remember how great your One+ tools worked when they were new? You can regain that level of performance and more. Buy the lithium batteries and a new charger. You won't be sorry. Read Less
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February 10, 2015
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i don't think so. different type of batteries.
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February 10, 2015
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yes they can .... as long as they are the 18V rating
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April 15, 2014
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You can use a standard charger, but you should use a smart charger to prevent overcharging of the lithium batteries.
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March 27, 2014
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Yes
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January 14, 2014
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I have both also. I was able to charge the lithium batteries with the Ni-cad charger but not the other way around. I found the lithium batteries to be the best buy. They last more than half as long and if you can buy three or four of them, you can make them last all day with a charger in service for the last used batt. I sulccessfull built a couple of remote projects with the battery operated Ryobi tools Read More
I have both also. I was able to charge the lithium batteries with the Ni-cad charger but not the other way around. I found the lithium batteries to be the best buy. They last more than half as long and if you can buy three or four of them, you can make them last all day with a charger in service for the last used batt. I sulccessfull built a couple of remote projects with the battery operated Ryobi tools only. Read Less
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December 3, 2013
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If you purchase Lithium Ion batteries (P102, P105, P107, or P108) then you will need to purchase a new charger as well.
Look for a charger designated as "Dual Chemistry". Either the P117 (sold separately) or the P118 (only available in kits) would be a good choice.
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Can you confirm if it is the battery or charger or both that are bad?

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Bothell, WA
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November 28, 2013
I have a set of tools run off this battery (2). I need to know if I can just replace the batteries(y) or if I need to replace the charger also.
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June 28, 2015
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I would contact Ryobi to get a more definitive answer. The only other way I can think of is to get (Buy or borrow) a good battery(s). If if charges or not you will have your answer.
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April 22, 2015
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No.
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April 14, 2015
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Probably the battery, When the Chargers get old, they might HUM when plugged in, but rarely die unless you abuse them, or they're 20 years old. - The Batteries can be checked a lot easier with $10 battery tester which is a good tool to have anyway.
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February 10, 2015
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use a volt meter to see.
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February 10, 2015
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the charger works fine, the batteries have to be used on a regular basis, otherwise they eventually lose their charge ... since i don't use my power tools daily, the batteries tend to sit for weeks before they are used, which allows the charge to drain off ... short recharge times tend to shorten battery life
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Newnan, GA
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December 30, 2014
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My issue was the battery would not hold a charge. It turns out my issue was just the battery, the charger works just fine.
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Marseilles, IL, USA
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April 15, 2014
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You can just replace the batteries as the charger will work with both sets of batteries.
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March 27, 2014
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Typically the batteries ARE always bad-the charger lets you know that the batteries CANNOT be re-charged.I have gone through 3 sets of batteries and the original charger I have still works.
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Maine, USA
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January 14, 2014
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I have used the same charger that originally came with the tools and have gone through 3 sets of Ryobi batteries. I find the batteries last about a year and I have been buying a set of new ones every year.
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January 8, 2014
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Yes you can just replace the batteries.
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December 10, 2013
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It's difficult to answer the question with the limited information availalble.
I'd suggest that you take your batteries and charger with you to your local The Home Depot store and let someone in hardware assist you. There you can try to charge a store display battery on your charger, or try to charge your batteries on a store display charger to determine which part(s) are in need of replacement.
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Do the batteries come with a charger(s)?

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Oklahoma
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November 19, 2013
In the picture it shows both batteries in chargers. I see nothing in the write-up about the chargers.
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April 22, 2015
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No.
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March 25, 2015
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I ordered the two-pack of these batteries. It did NOT come with a charger. However, a charger did come with my original Ryobi tool kit and the charger is still functioning well ~ten years later.
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February 18, 2015
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No.
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no. sold separately.
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no, the batteries are sold separate
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Ashburn, VA
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November 17, 2014
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the two pack I purchased did not.
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You get only the batteries. You can purchase a charger separately.
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NO-the batteries come WITHOUT the charger. You should have the original charger-it came with the purchase of whatever tool(S) you purchased
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No, the batteries are sold without the charger.
The charger is available separately, relatively cheaply.
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No.
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Hi Marty,
Thank you for your question.
This model only included recahargable batteries , but not the charger. This needs to be purchased seperatley.
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Will this battery work in Model P828 model drill

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The P828 comes with lithium ion and these batteries are not compatible with your charger so you would need to get a NI-CAD charger as well.
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it will work but not as well or as long as using the lithium battery that comes with this drill
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I would not recommend using a lithium battery in a device designed for NiCad.
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Ste. Genevieve, MO 63670, USA
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January 26, 2014
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yes, the NiCad 18v battery will work in that drill, the NiCad is slightly heavier than the Lithium Ion cell and it will have a shorter run cycle in continuous use
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If it is a 18Volt, it might, but I have 2 different drills, both 18 volt one+ units, one uses this ni-cad battery and one is a lithium battery, but my numbers are not a match to yours. Must be a 18 Volt one+ unit.
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Probably. Try it. I have numerous Ryobi 18V tools, both originally lithium battery operated and Ni-Cad battery operated and the lithium batteries and the Ni-Cads have been interchangable in the tools. The Ni-cads just last longer (but cost more) I have stuck to just using the lithium batteries and buy two new ones every year. It has proven to be a cost effective process. Built several remote projects Read More
Probably. Try it. I have numerous Ryobi 18V tools, both originally lithium battery operated and Ni-Cad battery operated and the lithium batteries and the Ni-Cads have been interchangable in the tools. The Ni-cads just last longer (but cost more) I have stuck to just using the lithium batteries and buy two new ones every year. It has proven to be a cost effective process. Built several remote projects where power was not available. Read Less
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Orange, Ca.
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December 12, 2013
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Hi Ollie, yes you can use these batteries in the newer lithium drill(P828).
However you will not get the same run time out of these batteries, as you would using a lithium battery. Also these Ni-Cad batteries when not in use, lose their charge quickly.
You might want to check with your local Home Depot for deals on the Ryobi Lithium drills. Tis the season.
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great and long lasting batteries! I bought these batteries a few years ago and they are still going after recharging many times through those years. I use them in my weed eater. They started to slow down a little so I purchased 2 more recently. I'm back up and going faster then ever. I never run out of battery power by having several on hand and always having one in the charger. October 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great for the price, and the battery fits all of my other tools. The time it took to charge was very short. Won't take me long to get used to that! The delivery was quick, the batteries perform just like they are supposed to. September 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Deal buying 2 batteries for almost the price of one in the store I wouldn't want to give up my Ryobi drill/saw and these batteries work well as replacement for the worn out ones I had. Thanks Home Depot online August 16, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by 85212 Very happy with the batteries. Needed them quickly and they were delivered very fast. We use the batteries in both very hot and very cold climates, and they last pretty long. August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great twin pack Great battery life. Fast charging. Easy to use. Good value. August 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by good value, 2 batteries saves buying al new cordless tools. Holds a charge for an extended period Charged the batteries used one and left it in my drill. Went to use my drill and the battery seemed to still be fully charged... August 17, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by The batteries do not hold their charge very long. The Ni-Cad batteries do not hold their charge very long. I'd go with the Lithium if I had to do over again. Of course, that requires a different charger. August 2, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by total waste of money 1 battery would not take a charge.home depot wanted me to return them and re order them online.total waste of money and time. August 2, 2016
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