Ryobi Supercharger 6-Port Lithium-ion/NiCad Battery Charger Review

RYOBI 6-Port Li-Ion/NiCad Supercharger P125

If you’ve read any of the other recent posts about Ryobi’s new offerings you know I’ve been impressed. This tool also fits in that category.

RYOBI Supercharger Features

  • Charges both NiCad and Li-Ion batteries
  • Charges up to 6 One+ batteries
  • Status button to see state of charge on all ports
  • Quick-connect wall mount bracket
  • Charges a battery in 1 hour or less
  • Energy Star qualified
  • Quick guide instructions on unit
  • Portable with integrated carry handle
  • Maintenance Mode keeps batteries topped off

Overall Impression

When this tool arrived I thought it was just another battery charger. What do I need another one for when I have one from almost every other tool?! Like almost every one else, I have an organization problem in my shop. Too many chargers that take up too much space on my bench. This solves that problem by hanging on the wall. It is the one charger to rule them all. Now I can ditch the rest of the One+ chargers. It takes any One+ battery and tops it off.

It’s dead simple to use and works perfectly. It has a big sticker with all the light combinations in case I forget. I’m able to work all day and then let the charger catch up at night. 6 fresh batteries every morning. Nice.

One thing I wish it did differently though is instead of just charging one at a time, charge two. One battery on each side. Like two banks of three. If it did that I could see this appealing to more professionals instead of just DIYers.

Quick guide instruction sticker

Where to Buy

The Ryobi Supercharger is available in store or online at The Home Depot. It sells for $79.

About the author

Jeff Williams

Contributing Editor Jeff Williams is a carpenter for a commercial General Contractor specializing in concrete, steel, and wood buildings. Jeff comes from a long line of contractors. His parents started a commercial General Contracting firm many years ago and it has afforded him life-long, hands-on learning opportunities from rough and fine carpentry all the way to structural steel and concrete. Jeff has a Construction Management degree and loves the thrill of coordinating and successfully managing large jobs from start to finish. Inspired by the difficulties sometimes encountered to complete punch lists his motto is, "Work hard until the job is done."


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1 Comment

  1. G

    The product was working fine then just stopped. Plugged it in and nothing happens. No signal lights or charging ability. Can you give me some info about what happened and can it be fixed. Please

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