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Mountain Cabin

  • March 30, 2012

GregThomas
GregThomas
GregThomas
GregThomas

For several years, on weekends, I've been building a cabin on a remote mountain lot that does not have any 110v electricity. I have used Ryobi 12 and 18 volt tools to do all the construction. I have a solar panel that keeps a large battery charged and I use that to recharge the Ryobi batteries. Most of the time the Ryobi batteries go all weekend without needing charging. The drills and circular saw in particular have really been put to the test and passed with flying colors.

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  • I built a garden shed with cordless Ryobi tools. I like the solar panel idea.
    By SBJ, on April 10, 2013

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Mountain Cabin

by GregThomas
Mar 30, 2012

For several years, on weekends, I've been building a cabin on a remote mountain lot that does not have any 110v electricity. I have used Ryobi 12 and 18 volt tools to do all the construction. I have a solar panel that keeps a large battery charged and I use that to recharge the Ryobi batteries. Most of the time the Ryobi batteries go all weekend without needing charging. The drills and circular saw in particular have really been put to the test and passed with flying colors.