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Backyard Shed 9x9 foot by 8 foot tall

  • August 9, 2015

byarbor
byarbor
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byarbor

After I bought a Ryobi Super Combo Kit (May 2015) I got to thinking I had enough tools to build the backyard shed I was wanting the last couple of years. I started building it and one day less than a month later I have finished it. I'm very proud of it since I've never built much of anything before. I also bought a Ryobi 10inch Table Saw on a steel stand. / I have enjoyed the One+ tools system of 18 Volt tools so much that I've bought a Caulking gun, Nail Gun (Brad Nailer), and Impact Driver also. I used all of these tools on this shed. It's great to only have to charge one set of batteries. Before going to the Ryobi One+ system, I had three different batteries that I was charging for my tools. One of them (B&D) took a whooping 9 hours to charge their batteries. / I've enjoyed my Ryobi One+ tools so much that it made me think about more things with great system. So I bought a couple of One+ Weed Trimmers and a Leaf Blower. It's so great to have a cordless blower. I used it EVERY SINGLE DAY for something. I liked that so much that I've since bought a Ryobi 20 inch 40 Volt Lawn Mower. I couldn't be happier with it. I've been mowing my lawn twice a week since I've gotten it, for the first time in my life. Yard work before Ryobi was dreaded, now I actually enjoy it. I liked that so much I bought the Ryobi 40V Weed Trimmer, but took that head off (and stored it away without using it) and bought the Edger attachment. So now I have three of the 40 batteries and two chargers and an edger. I still like and use the 18V weed trimmers when I need to trim. I've really enjoyed my wireless tools. It's been a very Ryobi summer for me.

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Backyard Shed 9x9 foot by 8 foot tall

by byarbor
Aug 09, 2015

After I bought a Ryobi Super Combo Kit (May 2015) I got to thinking I had enough tools to build the backyard shed I was wanting the last couple of years. I started building it and one day less than a month later I have finished it. I'm very proud of it since I've never built much of anything before. I also bought a Ryobi 10inch Table Saw on a steel stand. / I have enjoyed the One+ tools system of 18 Volt tools so much that I've bought a Caulking gun, Nail Gun (Brad Nailer), and Impact Driver also. I used all of these tools on this shed. It's great to only have to charge one set of batteries. Before going to the Ryobi One+ system, I had three different batteries that I was charging for my tools. One of them (B&D) took a whooping 9 hours to charge their batteries. / I've enjoyed my Ryobi One+ tools so much that it made me think about more things with great system. So I bought a couple of One+ Weed Trimmers and a Leaf Blower. It's so great to have a cordless blower. I used it EVERY SINGLE DAY for something. I liked that so much that I've since bought a Ryobi 20 inch 40 Volt Lawn Mower. I couldn't be happier with it. I've been mowing my lawn twice a week since I've gotten it, for the first time in my life. Yard work before Ryobi was dreaded, now I actually enjoy it. I liked that so much I bought the Ryobi 40V Weed Trimmer, but took that head off (and stored it away without using it) and bought the Edger attachment. So now I have three of the 40 batteries and two chargers and an edger. I still like and use the 18V weed trimmers when I need to trim. I've really enjoyed my wireless tools. It's been a very Ryobi summer for me.