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Did Santa Bring You Your Power Tool?

Christmas is overRyobi for christmas

So, Christmas is finally over for another year. Did you get to open the power tool you had hoped for, for Christmas?

What to use it on next?

If you did you’ve probably been itching to put up the wardrobe that you got bought to put all of your new clothes in. As a matter of fact you’ve probably already done it and you’re thinking of what to use it on next.

The January sales are on

If you weren’t a good boy this year and Santa didn’t bring you your power tool then fear not because the January sales are the perfect opportunity to use the money you did get to buy the drill or garden strimmer you need. This is the first time that the naughty people on Santa’s list can also benefit; it doesn’t mean you can be naughty next year. Anyway, I digress … There are hosts of products on offer during the month of January which means you can finally sort out the garden, which is much needed.

ryobi hedge trimmerRyobi Electric Hedge Trimmer

For example, the Ryobi RHT500R 500W Electric Hedge Trimmer will get more than the job done. This hedge trimmer has a blue indicator to show when the product is plugged in, which makes it a safe option too. It is also bladed on both sides which mean it has better cutting efficiency. The grip itself makes it a perfect option as it has an improved comfort grip, so it’s easy to use in any position.

Makita and Ryobi drills

Makita do a drill which is perfect for work in your workshop at home or out doing makita drillproduction work. The Ryobi TD010F ‘T’ Impact Drill is compact so you can take it pretty much anywhere you want to go. It’s also very lightweight so you don’t have to fear aching in the morning. The clever little drill doesn’t stop there with its capabilities as it has both forward and reverse which means you can correct a mistake if you make one.

There are plenty of different power tools and gadgets waiting for you to give them a home, so start searching the sales.

This entry was published on December 27, 2012 at 9:00 am and is filed under Power Tools. Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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