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Old 01-10-2017
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Default Ryobi Work Light
I know at least some of you have Ryobi 18 volt tools so I thought I'd post this.

Santa brought me a Ryobi P720 work light for Christmas. It runs off of any of their 18 volt batteries but also allows you to use a std 110 volt cord to power it. I like having the choice.

The light is very bright but stays cool. that's a nice feature for AZ compared to my halogen work light that doubled as a heater! It can be hung or mounted several different ways.

I was able to get over 2 hrs of continuous use out of a 4Ah battery pack. The battery showed 4 bars on its charge indicator when I put it in the light but it was not fresh off the charger. YRMV.




The small folding hook worked well to hang the light under the hood of my LJ

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Old 01-11-2017
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Nice! I'll keep this in mind! I don't think that you know who has one of these!
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agreed, those are quite handy. i've not had any trouble with mine or any of the 18v Ryobi tools.
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