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18 volt batteries

Can you use the new ryobi one 18 volt batteries with the old power tools with 18 volt x1.5 ah batteries, because i know that the new ryobi one 18 volt batteries are 1.7 ah, and vice versa.

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Yes you can, as long as the batteries are the same style and fit the older Ryobi tools. The Ah rating is a capacity rating. The higher the Ah, the longer the battery will last so the 1.7Ah will just last a bit longer than the 1.5Ah batteries, but yes you can use them on older 18v Ryobi tools. I do it all the time.

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