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A Thanks To Ryobi
Hubby liked my Tool Review: Ryobi One+ Overview so much that he submitted it to Ryobi.
And Ryobi must have liked it because they sent me a Hat and Safety Glasses!
Thank you Ryobi!
And thank you hubby as well... but don't touch my safety glasses... those bad-boys are MINE. Despite being large on my face, they are the nicest safety glasses I have ever owned. And interestingly, the rubber grips that go over the ears were able to be pushed further onto the sides... almost small enough for my tiny face. They also have soft rubber nose grips and fit snug against my cheeks under the eyes to keep out flying debris and are a little more open at the top to allow for venting so they don't fog up. Of course, I could wish them to be a little smaller to wrap more snug around the sides of my face. But for someone who has to wear child-sized sunglasses, I long ago gave up hope of any quality safety glasses with a perfect fit.
As for the hat. Definitely MY hat. With a smallish brim and velcro size-adjustment in the back, it can actually fit my tiny head! And it is a great way to get my hair back and out of the way quickly... because long hair and drills? Not friends. ( Yea... I may have found that out the hard way... once... or maybe twice. )
Of course, I will still always give my reviews and opinions with honesty regardless of any nice gifts that companies might want to give me. And it appears that Ryobi is happy with my unbiased review style, too, and have not asked in any way for me to write nice things about them.
In case you missed them, here are two of my other Tool Reviews:
So stay tuned for my next big Tool Review: Sanders... Which, Why, and How Many.
But in the mean time, I think I will put on my new glasses and hat and get to work on some things that make sawdust fly.
Because... if it doesn't need safety equipment... how fun could it be?
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