|Item Weight||6 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||20.8 x 3.8 x 8.5 inches|
|Item model number||P135|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||Handtools, Multitools|
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Ryobi P135 18V One+ 6 Port Lithium Ion Battery Supercharger (18V Batteries Not Included / Charger Only)
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- CHARGE YOUR BATTERIES: Up to six Ryobi batteries can be charged in this system, from the One+ Lithium Ion system to older NI-CD batteries
- MULTIPLE STORAGE SOLUTIONS: Keep the charger vertical, horizontal, or hang it on a wall with onboard mounts
- USB CAPABLE: Plug in a usb 2.1 cable (not included) and charge your phone along with your power tool batteries
- FUEL GAUGE: Blinking LEDs indicate whether your batteries are charging, charged, or damaged
- TEMPERATURE GAUGE is also built in, giving you added information
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This is the piece of hardware you need if you have a large number of Ryobi batteries that need charging. The P135 supercharger holds up to six of any Ryobi battery. This is able to charge some models like the P102 in only a half an hour. This particular system optimizes storage space with the convenient carrying handle. You can either lay it flat on its side or vertically on either one of its ends. You can even mount it on a wall with the conveniently located brackets on the back. Imagine the possibilities with all of that extra space freed up.The P135 system even has you covered if you need to charge your smartphone. It has a USB port for anything you’d need using that technology. Leave your dead batteries in the P135 overnight after a long work day, return in the morning, and your fuel cells will be charged and ready to go at it for another day, every day.
Top customer reviews
I unplugged this charger and plugged it back in. Now it seems to be cycling through and charging the batteries again.
I like the concept. This charger is supposed to keep your batteries topped off. However, it seems to be buggy and get in a state where it doesn't charge the batteries at all unless I unplug the charger and plug it back in. I will continue to use it as a mass charger but I don't trust it to keep my batteries topped off.