Looking for the ultimate College Packing List for 2019? Here are 5 unexpected things every student should bring to college.
RYOBI 18-Volt ONE+ LITHIUM+ HP 3.0 Ah Battery (2-Pack) Starter Kit with Charger and Bag
RYOBI 150 Watt Powered Inverter Generator
RYOBI 18-Volt ONE+ Hybrid Portable Fan
College dorms can get hot and stuffy no matter what time of the year. And I remember some dorms not even having AC altogether. Don’t leave it up to chance by taking along your own portable fan. You’re not limited by the limited number of electrical outlets in the room. The RYOBI 18-Volt ONE+ Hybrid Portable Fan is priced at $39.97 and depending on the size of the battery can operate for hours on end. This fan works on the RYOBI 18-Volt ONE+ battery or it can be plugged directly into the wall. It’s ideal for indoor but can also be just as effective outdoors.
RYOBI 18-Volt ONE+ Hybrid Stereo with Bluetooth Wireless Technology
Cell Phone and Electronics Repair Kit
And lastly, you’ll need a small repair kit for your electronics. Because let’s face it, the only thing you’ll probably attempt to fix would be your cell phone, laptop, and gaming tech. Phones and laptops drop all the time. It could even be your glasses that break. So for moments when a piece of tech starts fraying at the edge and just needs a screw tightened or a more complex task that needs screwdriver and pliers fit for a smartphone or laptop, you don’t want to be without your trusty General Tools Cell Phone and Electronics Repair Kit. It’s priced at $16.32 and is a bargain if it avoids a trip to the repair center.
- A suction cup for removing smartphone screens.
- A magnetic bowl to manage loose screws.
- An aluminum body precision screwdriver with a magnetic head, palm saver cap and 60 mm extension shaft.
- A 180 mm metal spudger, double-sided mini pry bar, and chain nose serrated jaw pliers.
- It also includes 24 various screwdriver bits.
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