Ryobi has some cool new tools coming out, and I’m not sure I’m able to talk about them yet – I signed an NDA – but there might not be any harm in teasing you a little bit.
They’re not unique offerings, in the way of new problem-solvers like the drain snake, but are next-step in ways that I think a lot of Ryobi users and potential Ryobi users will find appealing.
I am certainly excited about the new tools. That might not mean a lot, since I tend to get excited over lots of new tools and tool-related innovations. But I can say that it’s not often for me to be this excited about Ryobi’s cordless power tools.
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One of the new tools has a feature I personally appreciate, and although there seems to be a compromise for them to offer that feature, there’s no sacrifice, if that makes sense. Seeing that, and things like that, it feeds my fondness for the brand.
There are few Ryobi tools that spark a “I cannot wait to try that out!!” feeling in me, but these new ones definitely do.
I’m sorry for being so vague, but hopefully I can spill the beans soon.