A: Hello HJB, Sorry to hear you're experiencing difficulties in retrieving this item, The item is actually available, but, a lot has to do with where you live...since the item is available in some stores, such as Ellicott City, MD., which has 5. Speak with the Store Mgr. of the store that has a supply and see what arrangements can be made. Hope this helps.
A: If do you keep your eyes on the web site you will get it, this is a great deal but is not all the time, so right now there is another offer, it is similar but not the same 18-Volt ONE+ Lithium-Ion 1.5 Ah Compact Battery (2-Pack) with Charger Kit So, I just waiting for two months and get the 4.0 ah. Good look.
A: If its an 18v one+ , yes. However, if you have an 18v battery and the fitting is the same you can try it. My friend has used an 18v one+ in place of an older Ryobi 18 v battery and says it works fine. But be sure when using a Ni-Cad versus the Lithium. If your old tool requires Ni-Cad , you may not be able to use the Lithium. Hope this helps.
A: I don't believe so. I had an older non-Li-ion battery and it wouldn't charge it. The battery was still good.
A: As long as your son registers it he is considered the original owner
A: My experience has been yes it will be warranty to whom ever gets the tool/battery just save your receipts for him. It has also been my experience these batteries last a lot longer that the warranty does. Some of my batteries are 5-6 yrs old and are still going strong, I don't think you have nothing to worry about.
A: Yes, all ONE+ Batteries fit ALL ONE+ Tools I have the same inflator, these batteries (l have at least 6) All work fine!
A: If it operates on the 18v plus one , yes .
A: Yes I run my leaf blower and grass trimmer inflator and half inch impact wrench plus all my 18 volt one tools