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Ryobi one + batteries

Discussion in 'Tools and Materials' started by Ihavenojob, 8 Nov 2017.

  1. Ihavenojob

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    My brother has this kit, older stuff with ni cad batteries which are pretty much useless. Do the new Li ion batteries fit the older tools? I know he would need a new charger if they do fit.
     
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    All one+ tools and batteries are compatible with each other.
     
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    as long as they are plug in and not the pre one+ slide on batteries
    very old chargers [brick shaped ]wont charge li-ions
     
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    They weren't one+ plus were they? IIRC they were just Ryobi 18v.
     
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    yes i fully understand that just clarifying the exact situation rather than making assumptions that the op understands that one+ refers to the system off tools and batteries that fit together rather than a full ryobi generic name in the same way someone
    may say subaru impreza when its just a subaru
     
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