FlaveNico

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About FlaveNico

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    I have more then one

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  • First Name
    Flavius
  • Occupation
    student,investor,carpenter

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  1. I'm sure you meant to mention it but the blow to the head may have caused you to forget lol. A good " technical" excuse is you can spot where the home is losing heat during the winter and where you're losing cool air in the house during summer. Honestly I stopped at the local pawn shop and they had it and thanks to the Father's Day sale I got it for 41 plus tax. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. I honestly dont even know what im gonna use it on but it was such a GREAT DEAL!!!!! 44 bucks i said ....maybe one day i'll need to laser beam someone and this will do. lol its pretty impressive though.
  3. my Inner tool beast says BUY it and put it in a TOOL FIGHT!!!! hilti,dewalt,milwaukee,makita,ridgid ....BRING THEM ALL ON..... but my buddy said lets get churros and that was that
  4. since this is my first ryobi, I dont have other batteries, i used the one that came with it, and i worked with it about 45 min and it did die.
  5. Saw this at IKEA. Could be the the flexvolt killer, the Fuel annihilator, the makita upgrade. !! Lol All for under 40 bucks ! Lolol Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Just posted. Great so far Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. I used it and it's pretty good. First tip is always fill it just with water only so when you run it, you can check for leaks and tighten what needs tightening. Once you hit the power button it stays on, motor runs continuously. Once adjusted it sprayed out a nice flow. Overall it's pretty good. The only downside is that 1 gallon capacity sure goes quick. Good buy. I'm also wanting the cordless hot glue gun. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. My second ryobi purchase. Got soooooo tired of pumping that pump let's see how this works.....see if it's a keeper or a return item. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Finally pulled the trigger on the ridgid ..... then I got trigger happy and got the angled m12 Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Also picked this up. Craigslist buy for 40 bucks !!!! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Had to pick up some extras even though I have the red already. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. Update after using for a few hours. the loops around the ears aren't plastic they are foam that incases the cables, still pretty comfortable. at first i didn't think id like the volume/ control switch because its too big but i got used to it. the Big buttons are a huge plus!! it is however placed (for me) a little to low. if it were higher up i could clip it to a pocket on my t-shirt but its to low for that. performance wise though I like it. I sorta modified my lawnmower so it revs higher but its way louder so before id need to wear earmuffs over my in-ear bose headphones to hear without missing a few parts but these really do a good job at blocking out enough noise to where i can hear discussions on what I'm listening to with easy.
  13. Picked these up brand new off Craigslist. 25 bucks!!! Work really well so far while cutting the lawn and trying to listen to my podcasts. So far impressed. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. when in doubt, buy another.
  15. No man alive has ever said.... hmmm i have 2-3 drills i think thats plenty. I dont need anymore.