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Ryobi 130269012 12-Volt Ni-Cd Battery

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  • 2 year limited warranty
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Customer Rating 4 out of 5 stars (51) 4 out of 5 stars (31) 4 out of 5 stars (9) 3 out of 5 stars (77)
Price $39.99 $33.99 $76.95 $28.66
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Battery Cell Composition NiCAD NiCAD NiCAD NiCAD
Item Package Weight 1.44 pounds 1.4 pounds 2.75 pounds 1.3 pounds
Voltage 12 12 12 Volts 12 Volts
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Product Description

Size: 1-Pack

Product Description

Includes 12V 1.3m-Ah NiCd Battery for HP412K Drill/Driver - 130269012

From the Manufacturer

Ryobi 130269012 12V Ni-Cd Battery. The Ryobi 130269012 is a 12 Volt Ni-Cd battery that comes with a 2 year limited warranty. The Ryobi 130269012 is compatible with the Ryobi 140295003 12 Volt Battery Charger.

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Technical Details

Part Number 130269012
Item Weight 1.4 pounds
Product Dimensions 5 x 5 x 5 inches
Origin USA
Item model number 130269012
Size 1-Pack
Voltage 12
Item Package Quantity 1
Batteries Included? Yes
Battery Cell Type NiCAD

Additional Information

ASIN B002IKLOSW
Customer Reviews
4.5 out of 5 stars 51 customer reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #12,504 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#131 in Home Improvement > Power & Hand Tools > Power Tool Parts & Accessories > Battery Packs & Chargers > Battery Packs
Shipping Weight 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Date First Available June 1, 2004

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I bought the 12v drill with 2 of these batteries and both batteries would not hold a charge within six months... the drill was great but the batteries are not worth replacing..I would not have given these batteries one star unless I had to to make this post..

Save your money and buy an 18v drill
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I purchased a 12v Ryobi drill kit from Home Depot for less than the cost of a replacement battery. The kit included the drill, TWO Ni-Cd batteries, battery charger, a small box of various bits and a plastic case. The drill and batteries performed as advertised. However, both batteries quit holding a charge at the same time, shortly after the warranty period expired. Having paid less for the previously described drill kit than what suppliers are charging for a single replacement battery is the reason I rate it only one star.
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I bought the drill for less than the replacement price of the batteries. These use cheap Chinese 1.2volt cells and they last less than a year. Don't buy replacement batteries for these drills....just buy a better cordless.
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Like everybody else, these batteries don't last very long. Mine started not fully charging just out of the warranty period, and now after four years of little use they don't hold any charge. The batteries came with a cordless drill set, and while the drill is great, it is also pretty much useless to me since I would rather buy a new drill than purchase any of these crappy batteries.
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12.0V 1300 mAh (1.3 Ah) Battery (BPH-1215, 130504003 in Australia; 130269012 in other markets, may be other product nos.) inadequate to start petrol motor on line trimmer ??. After 6 months, if petrol motor did not start in first 3 secs, that was it. Now, 18 months later, battery must be charged up for at least 5 hr JUST before starting trimmer. Even 1 hr delay between charging and starting trimmer, and it's all over Rover.

Now to source a security Torx driver so I can open this sucker to find if -- as I suspect -- it is made of junky Chinese NiCad cells.

240VAC 50Hz 9W 15VDC 150mA Charger 7228501 (may have other prod. nos. elsewhere) has two LEDs: red to indicate battery charge state, yellow to indicate faulty battery. From the first the red light never extinguished (to show full charge) and the yellow light never illuminated (bitter laughter at irony).

Line trimmer with battery and charger cost over $AU250 when new. I was amazed to find so many people who had a similar experience to mine. What a typical dumping of over-priced junk product on the Australian market to rip off the unsuspecting consumer.

Key words: Ryobi, faulty, broken, unfit for purpose, crap, crappy, poor
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BOTH BATTERIES DEAD AFTER 6 MONTHS AND NO RECOURSE. I WILL NEVER BUY RYOBI AGAIN. THEY SUCK MORE THAN ANYTHING HAS EVER SUCKED BEFORE.
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Like the other reviewers, my two batteries have lasted less than two years. Both of them do not hold a charge at this time. Stay away and do not waste your money!
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Bought in Feb 2012. Followed instructions for charging,Worked ok for about 3 months,but doesn't hold charge & have to use manual pull for my weed wacker.
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