The ryobi reps just put out the latest 6" grinder when I was at the
The color is not my favorite. A bright lime green or the like.
The led light is nice. I think the price was $30-40 but maybe add $4-5
for a can of spray paint.
I only noticed since I had just walked down the aisle minutes before
and the dark blue grinder was displayed.
If you do do self checkout and buy spray paint the system sets off
alarms to show an id. If there's no one there though
I just continued checkout and no problems.
Laughing at my own self
I didn't know that color was their signature color.
I realized it when I looked at their site today.
The plastic case that the forstner bits is clear and that green.
I think I got a good deal on these bits for $17.
If I had brain cells I would have negotiated with the reps on
buying the previous dark blu grinder at a greatly reduced price.
Wonder where they sell those
On Friday, January 16, 2015 at 12:51:30 AM UTC-5, Electric Comet wrote:
It appears that you may have missed my poor attempt at humor. That might be due to differences in how/where we grew up.
I never participated in this particular spray-paint related pastime, but I had some acquaintances that did:
yes I got that, it wasn't bad
I discovered I own exactly one ryobi tool, it's a sander with a
triangle head. haven't used it in a while but it's blue.
I think I might try to put a blade on it and make it into a
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