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Ryobi Tek4 AllPlay Job Site Music Player

Ryobi Tek4 AllPlay Job Site Music Player (Image courtesy Ryobi)
By Andrew Liszewski

I’m not entirely sure if listening to music while working on a construction site is the best idea, best if you must, I don’t think something as delicate as the iPod Touch is gonna cut it. You need to go with a brand that’s synonymous with construction tools and durability, like Ryobi, who just so happen to offer their own rugged MP3 player now. The Tek4 AllPlay Job Site Music Player supports MP3, WMA and unprotected AAC files, and the 2GB of storage is good for about 500 songs. The whole player, including the control buttons, is water, dust and impact resistant, and thanks to that hefty battery you can expect to get about 72 hours of playback per charge. Available from Home Depot for $69.97.

[ Ryobi Tek4 AllPlay Job Site Music Player ] VIA [ The Red Ferret Journal ]







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  • Jessicat

    That is so cool! I know some construction workers that would enjoy it, but it would make them deaf to the shouts of duck or get out of there…

  • Jessicat

    That is so cool! I know some construction workers that would enjoy it, but it would make them deaf to the shouts of duck or get out of there…