In this story, the first of our regular series of Ryobi Road Tests, Kevin
demonstrated the multiple uses of the Ryobi Combination Home Workshop for “Lets
Do It” viewer JB from the NSW Central Coast.
JB’s wooden speedboat is in need of some restoration that involves difficult
Kevin took JB though the workings of the Combo Home Workshop. You can mount a
router or jigsaw, cut compound mitres, bevels or mitres and can rip and cross
The saw has a rise and fall depending on the thickness required, the blade has a
tilt mechanism and the sliding fence is adjustable for all angles.
No clamping, screwing or nailing down is required, making the Ryobi Combination
Home Workshop easy to use and ideal for this and many other jobs around the
The Ryobi Combination Home Workshop is available at
Mitre 10 and other quality