Demo day. Who doesn’t love demo day? Ryobi Power Tools make the job easy. They may not be the right or best tool for the professional craftsman, but I’ve done plenty of work with the brand around my property and house and they’ve yet to fail me.
My tools are blue, not because they’re ‘ca-ca’, as one reader put it. They’re blue because they’ve been doing my jobs since they were first found on The Home Depot shelves. If you are looking for them, Ryobi Power Tools are now some kind of nuclear/vomit color of green. They are still far less expensive than professional grade tools, that are still nice to get for Christmas gifts, but when you only occasionally have the need for quality and durability to pretend you are a professional around the house, they’re a lot less money well spent.
I’m not going to get into American politics, fair trade or free trade with other countries; but I will ask you to look at your own television and question your own American purchasing integrity. Yeah, RCA is also made or their parts are made in another country . . . Jackass! And yes, I’m getting ready to buy a new big flat-screen television, probably made in Asia or Mexico, to put in the spot I tore down that used to house that wonderful “American-made” 35” CRT set with the dial channel-selector knob.
At CritDicks, we review any Product, Place or Service. Read my other Ryobi Brand Power Tool reviews. Time for you to move up, or move on!