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Ryobi Drill. Yes please! Dont need battery or charger.


RYOBI Drill / Driver Belt Clip

I love my RYOBI drill / driver set, but using them together gets annoying sometimes when you can't have them at the ready. My nail gun has a very nice belt clip, and I wanted something similar for my drill / driver. I couldn't find any good DIY options online, so I decided to make one myself.DISCLAIMER: I checked the manual for "use and care" guidelines, but didn't find anything about modifying your tools. Chances are though, that this would void any warranty on the tool. So proceed at your own financial risk.


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We would be lost without these drill and drive kits! The titanium coated drill bits last so much longer than normal ones, and the drive bits are impact rated to easily take the torque from our impact drivers - lasting 10x longer than non-impact rated bits. Purchase at


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Anthropologie-Inspired Wood Gift Tag

While scrolling through the holiday section of one of my favorite sites, Anthropologie, I found these gift tags made from tree bark. I wasn't about to pay $1.40 for a gift tag (I love my family, but let's get real.), so I grabbed my Ryobi drill and set out to diy my own Anthro-inspired gift tags. If I had a gorgeous tree branch to cut into discs, I would have used it. Alas, no branches to be found. So I purchased natural birch tags from Hobby Lobby. They were $.50 a piece. Much more…


I need all my power tools on cabinets so that they can store the stuff underneath that needs to go with the tools


Cordless power tool storage station - by nwbusa @ ~ woodworking community