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Do Ryobi rechargable batteries fit other brand rechargers?

Do Ryobi rechargable batteries fit in any other brand of recharger (e.g., Dewalt, Milwakee, etc.)? I want to get an on-site radio/recharger, but Ryobi doens't make one and some of the others do.

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They dont fit at all

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