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Model P2605

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ONE+ 18 in. 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Hedge Trimmer - Battery and Charger Not Included

$59.97 /each
  • Over 70 ONE+ tools – all work with any RYOBI ONE+ 18V battery
  • Up to 3/8 in. cutting capacity
  • Battery and Charger Not Included

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Already have a ONE+ battery for Performance, Versatility and Easy Operation, this hedge trimmer has it all. The ONE+ cordless hedge trimmer features a wrap-around handle for comfortable trimming at all angles and a 18 in. dual-action blade for reduced vibration and thorough cuts. Best of all this trimmer will work with any Ryobi One+ batteries you already own, Ni-Cad or Lithium-ion (battery not included). Work smarter with the Ryobi ONE+ cordless system.

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  • Works with all Ryobi ONE+ tools and batteries
  • Up to 3/8 in. cutting capacity
  • 18 in. dual-action blades for reduced vibration
  • Wrap-around handle for greater cutting control
  • Battery and charger not included
  • Ryobi 18-Volt battery (lithium-ion or Ni-Cad)

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What Model Battery Does This Take? I Can Find No Reference on Ryobi Website.

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I purchased string trimmer P2006 last year but dead this spring. It took battery P104. Bought almost identical P2060 but it takes P105 battery which is smaller. I do not want to buy this without battery and find out it take neither one.
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July 22, 2015
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All of the Ryobi 18Volt batteries for the 50+ series tools but I recommend any of the black and gray batteries if you need more run time. P105 or P102
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If it's a Ryobi One + 18v tool. Any of the Ryobi One + 18v batteries will work. Ryobi says either the old NiMH, or NiCad, or the new Lithium battery will work. All of my batteries are Lithium and they work great and last for a long time. I have the Hedge Trimmer but it is one of the Ryobi One + series of tools. The flat section of the different Ryobi One + Batteries is thicker or thinner. The thicker it Read More
If it's a Ryobi One + 18v tool. Any of the Ryobi One + 18v batteries will work. Ryobi says either the old NiMH, or NiCad, or the new Lithium battery will work. All of my batteries are Lithium and they work great and last for a long time. I have the Hedge Trimmer but it is one of the Ryobi One + series of tools. The flat section of the different Ryobi One + Batteries is thicker or thinner. The thicker it is the higher the capacity and the more use you get between charges. But ALL of the Ryobi One + 18v batteries will work in ANY of the Ryobi One + 18v tools. Enjoy your trimmer. I have been very happy with all my Ryobi One + 18v tools. Read Less
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July 21, 2015
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ANY 18 VOLT RYOBI BATTERY (I RECOMEND LITHIUM)
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July 14, 2015
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It takes any of the Ryobi 18v ONE+ Lithium-Ion batteries.
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June 30, 2015
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It takes the ONE+ battery from Ryobi. I'm not sure if there is a generic battery that works.
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June 27, 2015
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Takes any of the Ryobi One+ Batteries. Helps if you have some of the tools as they are interchangeable
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June 26, 2015
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I have experience with batteries on many different Ryobi tools and also a Ryobi hedge trimmer only used two or three times. The batteries do not last, the products still look brand new when I throw them away. I would replace the batteries but they cost more than the entire trimmer when it was new and it would cost more to purchase one new. Basically after one or two seasons you are out of luck. Consider Read More
I have experience with batteries on many different Ryobi tools and also a Ryobi hedge trimmer only used two or three times. The batteries do not last, the products still look brand new when I throw them away. I would replace the batteries but they cost more than the entire trimmer when it was new and it would cost more to purchase one new. Basically after one or two seasons you are out of luck. Consider them disposable and you will not be disappointed. It is all in the mental frame of reference. Also remember that batteries change so that your old model will probably not work with the battery from the new model and as I have experienced, don't try to use an old (one year or more) charger with a new battery because they even change the charging characteristics of the batteries. They are so clever to make things obsolete. Throw everything away and start over even though all else looks and functions like new. Read Less
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June 23, 2015
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Jo,
It is model number P102, Lithium 18V. This battery works on all Ryobi One cordless tools.
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June 23, 2015
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i have tried mine with both sizes of the Ryobi Lithium batteries and it worked with both. Given the length of time that the Lithium batteries worked, my guess is that the NiCad batteries would also work satisfactorily ... but i haven't verified that.
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June 9, 2015
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18 volt lithium for the hedge trimmer
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One +, 18 Volt Lithium Ion battery. I believe the standard capacity battery is #P104 and the extra capacity battery is #P105.
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May 12, 2015
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This trimmer works with all Ryobi One+ batteries.
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Will the 18-volt trimmer work with my current Lithium 18v batteries I currently have for my other Ryobi Products?

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Rochester, NY
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Not necessarily. I bought a Ryobi string trimmer just a year ago. Went to use this spring and dead even though battery 104 was charged. I went to store and purchased almost identical trimmer. The only difference is the color of the charger. Turns out that trimmer takes a 105 battery which is smaller so I cannot even use the old battery as a spare. Per the manufacturer literature with the new one, the Read More
Not necessarily. I bought a Ryobi string trimmer just a year ago. Went to use this spring and dead even though battery 104 was charged. I went to store and purchased almost identical trimmer. The only difference is the color of the charger. Turns out that trimmer takes a 105 battery which is smaller so I cannot even use the old battery as a spare. Per the manufacturer literature with the new one, the battery brochure is for 102 and 105. So I am going to find out before I buy this, which battery it takes. What if it takes neither? Read Less
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Yes, the 18-volt trimmer will work with your current Lithium 18v batteries. That is the beauty of the Ryobi 18v +ONE items, you do not have to keep purchasing the battery and charger, just order the item minus the battery and charger and use your hard earned cash on something else you need!
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Yes, those batteries can be used for Ryobi battery operated power tools of the same voltage
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If you have the One+ batteries it will work fine!!
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Yes, all the Ryobi ONE+ tools share the same batteries. Even the older rechargeables (before the current bright green color scheme) will work, although you might find the battery life a little short for this purpose.
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if ryobi should work
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Absolutely. That's the great idea that Ryobi has by selling tools without batteries and chargers. You get a bargain on the tool, and you get to share those batteries with all of your tools. They make other tools without batteries and chargers. It's a great way to go.
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Should work fine with any Ryobi 18-volt batteries, even the older NiCd ones. That's one of the benefits of buying into the system--after your first complete tool, you can buy everything else as a "bare bones" tool without batteries or charger.
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January 23, 2014
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If your other products are One+, definitely. The whole product line is designed to use the same batteries. That's why I bought the trimmer without battery--I already had the One+ 18V tire inflator.
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Yes that is he reason I bought it, I already have many Ryobi tools and many batteries and chargers thus we were able to get what we wanted and save about $40.00.
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January 21, 2014
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All Ryobi products use the same interchangeable battery, older ones are yellow and new ones are green..
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January 21, 2014
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Raymond, yes they will work, however the Ryobi one + batteries last longer and are stronger.... hope this helps
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Where do I purchase the battery and charger and how much are they?

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Home depot.
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Home Depot retail or on line stores
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March 18, 2014
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Home Depot sells one with a battery and charger. This model is good if you already have One+ tools and do not need additional batteries and chargers. The batteries interchange between the different tools.
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Home Depot sells various versions of charger (single and multibay) and batteries in different capacities. You'll find them in the tools section and often on end-caps of aisles. Check online for current prices.
I believe there's also a package of this trimmer with one battery and charger for around $90, which might be the most cost-effective way to get started. And if you're thinking of getting more than Read More
Home Depot sells various versions of charger (single and multibay) and batteries in different capacities. You'll find them in the tools section and often on end-caps of aisles. Check online for current prices.
I believe there's also a package of this trimmer with one battery and charger for around $90, which might be the most cost-effective way to get started. And if you're thinking of getting more than one tool from the ONE+ system, there are often special offers on starter packs, e.g. drill + flashlight + battery + charger. Read Less
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amazon or home depot, don't know price
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This trimmer is primarily for someone who already has batteries that they use with other tools from Ryobi. If you don't have any of those tools with batteries and a charger, you can get an 18 volt lithium-ion battery from Home Depot for about $60. Do a search on the Home Depot site for Ryobi battery and look for the upgrade kit that includes one battery and charger. It's a bargain at Home Depot at $60. Read More
This trimmer is primarily for someone who already has batteries that they use with other tools from Ryobi. If you don't have any of those tools with batteries and a charger, you can get an 18 volt lithium-ion battery from Home Depot for about $60. Do a search on the Home Depot site for Ryobi battery and look for the upgrade kit that includes one battery and charger. It's a bargain at Home Depot at $60. You can also get that kit in the store. It's much more expensive elsewhere. I'd also stay away from the less-expensive ni-cad batteries. Although they will work and they're less expensive, you won't get the performance or charging life from them that you will get from the lithium-ions. Read Less
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The trimmer can be purchased as "bare bones" online (tool only, no batter or charger). In the stores around me, the trimmer comes with battery and charger and costs more. The battery that comes with it is the lower capacity and slightly older model (still fine, but basically the least expensive of the 4 One+ batteries currently being offered).
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The trimmer can be purchased as "bare bones" online (tool only, no batter or charger). In the stores around me, the trimmer comes with battery and charger and costs more. The battery that comes with it is the lower capacity and slightly older model (still fine, but basically the least expensive of the 4 One+ batteries currently being offered).
If you already have the tool, then the battery and charger can be purchased (a-la-carte) at the stores or online. Just look for the One+ battery and charger. I think you can get battery & charger together as one product or you can get them each separately. With the battery , you have (at least) 4 different options--the more you pay the better the battery you get. There are two sizes and within each size there is the older model and newer model. The newer model is slightly more expensive (and might be slightly more powerful?); the larger size ones, obviously, hold more energy.
Another option, if you already have the tool, is to buy a different complete tool with battery and charger included. Maybe you would like the cordless drill kit or the string trimmer? Then you can use that charger and its two batteries with the hedge trimmer. Read Less
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You can buy the 'upgrade kit' which includes an Li-ion battery and charger online or at your local HD. It's currently just under $60. Search the HD site for "Ryobi 18-volt ONe+ Lithium-Ion upgrade kit" and you should find it OK.
You can order at home and pick it up at the store if it's in stock, or have your order shipped to your home.
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If you do not have a charger and battery for another Ryobi product, it is less expensive to to buy the whole package at Home Depot, I think the "complete" package is under $100. I have many Ryobi products thus have more than enough chargers and batteries.
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January 21, 2014
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You can buy the batteries online or in the Home Depot stores. The prices range from about $29.00- $100.00 for a two pack. The Lithium Ion + are the best, but they are also the most expensive. Sometimes it is cheaper to buy a drill combination with the twin pack batteries than to buy the batteries by themselves. Just watch the sales and you can save some money and possibly get a free drill. Hope this Read More
You can buy the batteries online or in the Home Depot stores. The prices range from about $29.00- $100.00 for a two pack. The Lithium Ion + are the best, but they are also the most expensive. Sometimes it is cheaper to buy a drill combination with the twin pack batteries than to buy the batteries by themselves. Just watch the sales and you can save some money and possibly get a free drill. Hope this helps.
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi-18-Volt-One-Lithium-Compact-Batteries-2-Pack-P109/203466922
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January 1, 2014
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. You can access the battery and charger under the "Accessories" section on the product page. For any other questions, please call us at HomeDepot.com Customer Service 800-430-3376.
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Should I take the battery off the hedge trimmer when not in use?

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I don't think you need to. However, if you have other tools you might want to keep the battery separate and ready to plug in wherever you want.
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July 26, 2016
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Yes, keep it charged
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Yes, please do. Even though it's much more convenient to leave the batteries in all of my battery operated tools, the manufacturer recommends they be removed for safety's sake. It only takes a few seconds out of your life to remove the battery, and a few seconds more to re-insert it. Good luck!
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Yes, Ryobi recommends that you do not store the battery in any tool.
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Yes, I read in a Ryobi owners maunal to remove the battery from the tool when not in use.
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Yes.
According to a Milwaukee battery tool expert (Milwaukee and Ryobi are sister corporations of the same conglomerate), for longest (lithium) battery life:
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According to a Milwaukee battery tool expert (Milwaukee and Ryobi are sister corporations of the same conglomerate), for longest (lithium) battery life:
1. Only charge the battery when the tool stops working or at least three months have passed since the last charge. (Lithium batteries typically only take a charge for a limited number of charges. Once this number is exceeded, the battery run time and storage time degrade faster.) Remove the battery from the charger when the charging is complete. Do not keep the battery on the charger. Charge the battery as soon as reasonably possible once the tool stops working (ideally without an hour or two, at least within a day).
2. Store the battery in a cool dry place, preferably with somewhat stable temperature. A dry basement is great, however, a damp basement (moisture) or a garage (too much temperature variation) is not good.
3. Do not store batteries on cordless tools as this typically drains the battery. Drained lithium batteries do not last long before they begin to degrade capacity, and degraded capacity results in shorter run times on the tool before the battery needs another charge. Read Less
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I would take it off and charge it when not in use so it's fully charged when you need it again.
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Safety first ---- remove battery , install gard, recharge battery.
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I would yes,
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February 1, 2016
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Hello Amanda. Yes the battery should be removed. Please make sure you are storing the battery and charger away from moisture, extreme heat and cold temperatures. Thanks for your inquiry!
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Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 668 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Blades Not Sharp At All! Just returned this to Home Depot. I don't know if the trimmer I bought was defective but on the first use I trimmed this year's growth off my spreading yew and it just ripped the needles off the stems. Little bare tips sticking up all over my shrub. Ridiculous! I borrowed my brother's 22 inch 18V Riyoba One+ and it did a great job. That is the one I'm heading back to buy. August 12, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by test of 18v ryobi hedge trimmer trimmed 2 spruce bushes that were blocking my front door. it took only 35 minutes. the tool was very quiet and light enough to use one-handed. July 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product, great price, simplifies life! Replaced my corded electric hedge trimmer with this. Used it for years never cutting cord. Already had battery and charger from edger/trimmer tool that I bought last year (Also fantastic tool). Ryobi Hedge trimmer works great and will allow me to hedge anytime I like without the hassle and extra time of laying out 100 feet of electric cord and then having to pick it up afterwards. Considering blower next for the same reason, for quick cleaning without time needed for uncoiling out and coiling up cord for my corded electric. Very happy with the power of the Ryobi 18V battery tools. I bought this with the 3/8" rather than the larger 3/4" cut size since concerned about my 3/4" fingers! August 17, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Does the job! I previously bought a few products that are part of the Ryobi One+ system; so I wanted to add a hedge trimmer to the mix. I originally bought the lower tier version of this product and it only stripped the leaves from the hedges; but it wasn't strong enough to cut the limbs. After returning it to the store and picking up this one, I'm very satisfied. The limbs are easily cut and it's still a lightweight, green product. I would recommend a larger battery, which I already had, as this battery doesn't last long between charges. August 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Upkeep This product works well. Plenty of power, (which was a concern), battery life is good, and blade size is perfect for reaching the tops of bushes. September 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Cordless hedge trimmer is great Works great no assembly required. The battery life is good I gave out before the battery did. I have two long hedges and I'm getting older so it's hard to always drag out the cord and use my other one, this one just grab the battery and go so easy. September 6, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good buy Very easy to use and lightweight. Not too powerful but does a great job with light trimming. Is able to cut a ~3/4" branch if you work on it for a minute or two. No heavy jerking movement and no gasoline smell/leak to worry about. As long as it lasts for 5+ years it will be a good buy (I only use it a few times a summer). August 31, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great trimmer This hedge trimmer works great. I have cut a couple of extension cords with past trimmers, so I needed to go cordless. I was a little hesitant, and I bought the smaller of the 2 choices as my trimmining is not major. It does a perfect job. Plenty of power and will cut most of the size branches I needed. Very happy with this purchase. August 30, 2016
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  • loc_en_US, sid_202556450, prod, sort_default
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  • bvseo_sdk, java_sdk, bvseo-3.1.1
  • CLOUD, getContent, 34ms
  • REVIEWS, PRODUCT