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Ryobi 18V One+ Dual Function Inflator/Deflator

Getting Charged

Here's the battery locked into the charger — although, not actually charging in the photo. The batteries took about an hour and fifteen minutes a piece for their initial fill-up of wall juice. That was from a 10%-25% charge state — although not as immediate as a plug-in air compressor, that's way more convenient than unburying a small compressor that's attached to a large, awkward tank, wrestling it around, going on a hunting expedition for an extension cord, fighting through shit on a bench — piled to the ceiling — to get to a plug-in, then finally getting the compressor warmed up only to blow the fuse every couple of minutes until I find all the potential sources of power draw throughout the house on the circuit. Best of all, the batteries didn't blow the breaker charging. Photo: Ryan King, 2019.

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