The 18V ONE+™ 2.0Ah Compact LITHIUM™ Battery and Charger Kit features new and improved Lithium-Ion battery cells, providing the user with up to 1.5X more runtime. The battery is engineered to deliver fade-free power for maximum performance. The 18V charger is compatible with all RYOBI ONE+™ Lithium-Ion batteries and features IntelliPort technology to maximize the lifetime of your RYOBI batteries.
- Up to 1.5X the runtime (compared to P102)
- Extreme Weather Performance to withstand frigid weather conditions
- Delivers fade-free power for maximum performance
- Lightweight design for reduced user fatigue
- Charger features IntelliPort technology which conserves energy, protects battery cells, and maximizes battery life
- (1) P190 18V ONE+™ 2.0Ah Compact LITHIUM™ Battery
- (1) P118 Charger
- (1) Operator’s Manual
18V ONE+™ 2.0Ah Compact LITHIUM™ Battery & Charger Kit
RYOBI 18V ONE+™ LITHIUM™ 2.0Ah Compact Battery and Charger Upgrade Kit is rated out of 5 by 182.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Lovenow from Decent enough. Could use a charge meter. The thing that could make this battery and charger an even better value would be a charge meter on one or both. As it is, there's no way of knowing the level of charge, so a good battery/charger combo, but could be even better.
Date published: 2021-02-28
Rated 2 out of 5 by Ruiner from Handy Of course being battery-powered it's a lot easier to use, not having to deal with cords, extension cords, or worrying about a place to plug it in. Very handy for vacuuming out the car, thus more likely that I'll keep it clean! Also great for vacuuming up dead insects in windowsills, etc. Be sure to get the model you want. I first bought the kind where you had to attach the whole unit to the charger, that is, the battery cannot be detached from the unit ... the charger only works for this particular tool. I exchanged it for the hand vacuum with detachable battery, I e., the charger will work any 18-volt Ryobi tool (that has a detachable battery)
Date published: 2021-02-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bks1701 from Nice charger Nice charger, charges fast. I like the informational lights.
Date published: 2021-02-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by tmccarthy182 from Great starter kit I am very happy with the kit. It was my very first Ryobi battery because I just got my first Ryobi drill for Christmas. It was tough diving into the cost of a larger battery (even though they are a great price) and a separate charger, so I went with the $50 charger and 2ah kit because it has a great charger and at least I get a battery with it. It was the best choice. In a way it seemed like the best kit to get me started. And will probably be great for when I May be in a pinch for another battery and charger. The charger is really fast, and the battery lasts a lot longer than I thought.
Date published: 2019-06-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by Rue Shamrock from Seems to work well - not over charging Just had a chance to try this charger. Compared to the 60W charger without lights, this 50W charger seems to have good indicators to say battery is full so I will stop charging well. Not over charging and charging at lower rate (I know that means slower to fully charge) will prolong the life of the battery. So I like it.
Date published: 2020-08-07
Rated 2 out of 5 by Yardbird from Hope it lasts Had to replace the charger and several batteries which have gone dead over just a few years. Bought from Amazon and it would not charge, so sent back and received credit. Bought another directly from Ryobi. Wish the charger and batteries lasted more than a couple years!
Date published: 2020-03-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by Mynamejeff from Does the job I’m a service manager at a small shop. I don’t work on vehicles all day but man, this little thing works well when I do! It won’t break every bolt (I’ve had to get my tech’s Milwaukee on some) but for home mechanics or sporadic use it’s the best for the price
Date published: 2020-08-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by TomN from good power Bought this for my brad nailer. The 2ah has adequate power for my projects which may not require a lot of time but I expect good quality. Being a diy'er doesn't mean you lack the skill or quality in your work, it may only mean you don't do it for a living.
Date published: 2019-12-29