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    still in warranty.. just take it back and swap it out lol
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    Just on standard warranty my stuff wlll outlast me !!





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    Quote Originally Posted by 10sec rx7 View Post
    still in warranty.. just take it back and swap it out lol
    Mine look utterly raped, flogged and showing signs of being dragged through mud so I cant play the 'I only used it to drill 3 holes in the past two years and it just stopped' card. I''ll keep trying, one day I'll get a Bunnings employee who doesnt give a fuck.

    Worked it out, its like 20c a day to use the impact and drill for the skin cost.
    Ryobi stuff is unreal for what you get vs what you pay.
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    Had to argue with Bunnings chick to get my July 2015 inflator replaced on Sunday. She reckons they get through them so quick there is no way I bought it within the two year warranty period.

    Asked her to open a new one and it was dated April 2017. "So how about that warranty love?"

    Apparently you can register them online now for six years warranty.

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    love my ryobi gear, priced bloody well for performance, and when it breaks, I just buy another. We use a big range at work, so if knock off batteries work, Im up for a bucket load

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fondles View Post
    Bam, Gus is onto it !!

    Bunnings have 2 x 5.0ah batts for $199.... limited promotion apparently (as in whats on the shelf is that exists).

    This is back on. I just picked some up.
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    I just want to apologise for some of my shit talking back around page 5.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Lowrrryyy View Post
    This is back on. I just picked some up.
    I picked some up weekend before last but forgot to post..

    Good deal

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    I currently use cheap arse garden stuff... Lawnmower from Big W, although has 4 Stroke Honda motor on it. Paid about $250 from memory.
    A 2 stroke Homelite Line trimmer from Bunnings, which was about $90, and a Blower/Vac combo from Aldi.
    The Blower and Line trimmer are starting to see better days, with a new head needed on the Line trimmer, and the Vac needs another bag... 3rd one now.

    Definitley looking at going Cordless now, and with the Ebay Ryobi batteries mentioned, that certinally helps a bit.
    Just need to work out which combo to get first, and which to wait later for. More than likely get the mower last.
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    anyone got a updated links to good batterys? need a few more..
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    Well Iím approaching about 8-9 years now on my makita batteries they still are going strong! They should be dead by now?!

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    just got the ryobi brushless drill 2 batteries and charger and nifty bag for 259 from the house of snags.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 10sec rx7 View Post
    anyone got a updated links to good batterys? need a few more..
    Same here. One of my 5Ah has dropped a cell it seems. I charged the cell individually a couple of months ago and that kept it going for a while but it seems pretty stuffed now. I presume replacing cells is a bit of a pain in the arse.

    I'm thinking of going for the $199 kit with drill, 5Ah, 2.5Ah, charger and case. Already have an old Black and Decker 18V drill that keeps going but often handy to have two.
    https://www.bunnings.com.au/ryobi-on...r-kit_p6210757

    vs 2 x 5Ah batteries only for $199.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sloth View Post
    just got the ryobi brushless drill 2 batteries and charger and nifty bag for 259 from the house of snags.
    That could be an option too. Looks basically the same as with the brushless drill. Shows as $269 for me.

    Guy here reckons the brushless is often "too grunty" and the "e-torque" feature doesn't work so great. i.e. a second go at something and it goes too hard.

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    I just got one on the way from ebay for $38 for 6ah, will see how it goes before buying a few
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    That's not really enough money for those cells alone, might be ok but I'd be amazed if it's 6ah.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shonky View Post

    That could be an option too. Looks basically the same as with the brushless drill. Shows as $269 for me.

    Guy here reckons the brushless is often "too grunty" and the "e-torque" feature doesn't work so great. i.e. a second go at something and it goes too hard.
    YEP TYPO - $269. its got some serious guts, but can be made to be gentle. noisey fucking thing though....
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    Anyone modded batteries to accept new cells

    a bad example of what im trying to explain, but chucking in some new batteries
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yT2Zl0fbumA

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=THtwSq1jRms
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigMuz View Post
    That's not really enough money for those cells alone, might be ok but I'd be amazed if it's 6ah.
    fat fingers.. it was $48
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    Quote Originally Posted by Morcs View Post
    Been useing Milwaukee knock off 4.0ah and have performed as well as the branded ones and will bang again.

    Ave did some testing on them they have some decent cells in em but don't work as good in the cold. I give little fucks about the cold weather performance in Australia.
    Anyone else have experience with the Milwaukee copies?
    I own a two and a half litre Commodore

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    Quote Originally Posted by ROBAPHENT View Post
    Anyone modded batteries to accept new cells

    a bad example of what im trying to explain, but chucking in some new batteries
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yT2Zl0fbumA

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=THtwSq1jRms
    It is SUPER easy while pulling it apart to short circuit for a brief moment, and that is the end of the BMS...
    modern ryobi batteries aren't anywhere near as simple as those vids.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ALLMTR View Post
    Anyone else have experience with the Milwaukee copies?
    Following with interest, I've got 4 dead batteries now. They all show dead on the indicator but show full when on the charger, have attempted to charge them manually with no success.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ALLMTR View Post
    Anyone else have experience with the Milwaukee copies?
    Got these in Jan 2018, get lots of use, been great so far (12v):

    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/2PCS-12V...AAAOSwoDFbfiu0

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    Prompted by this thread I just bought a 6Ah ebay knockoff battery for my new Ryobi gear. It will probably be shit but for $48 I thought it was worth the gamble. Bunnings wants nearly twice that for a genuine 2.5Ah battery! Anyway I'll report back with my findings once I've had a chance to use it.

    I'm going camping next month and it occurred to me that my Ryobi LED worklight will probably last an entire weekend with one of these batteries in it, even if I never turn it off. We shall see how that works out for me!
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    I brought an ebay Ryobi battery and been using it for a month now.. works fine, lasts about the same as the 5ah
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    Quote Originally Posted by Norbie View Post
    Prompted by this thread I just bought a 6Ah ebay knockoff battery for my new Ryobi gear. It will probably be shit but for $48 I thought it was worth the gamble. Bunnings wants nearly twice that for a genuine 2.5Ah battery!
    Note a twin 5Ah pack is $199 if you can go halves with someone. Single 5Ah is $149 though.

    Interested to hear how it goes. Do you have the gear to measure the actual output/stored capacity? I should try one as both my 5Ah ones have shit themselves. Maybe I can make a good one out of two...

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    Nah I have no way of measuring anything so I'll only be able to give my subjective take. For whatever that's worth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 10sec rx7 View Post
    I brought an ebay Ryobi battery and been using it for a month now.. works fine, lasts about the same as the 5ah
    Which one?
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    Also keen for an eBay link to a known good seller.

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    Quote Originally Posted by motoxray View Post
    Got these in Jan 2018, get lots of use, been great so far (12v):

    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/2PCS-12V...AAAOSwoDFbfiu0
    Awesome, thanks
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    I've been using my eBay knockoff Ryobi battery a bit, all good so far and nothing has caught fire. Would bang again.

    I bought from this store:

    https://www.ebay.com.au/str/onfly6688

    They have them in 2.0/4.0/6.0 Ah sizes, I paid about $48 for the big one.
    Norbie!

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