April 23, 2015

Fuh-reee Festool Sander

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The two best things that could ever happen to a woodworker or serious DIYer:

1. A random visit from Norm Abram
2. Winning free Festool gear

Festool Products, our go-to spot for Festool gear can't help with the first, but they're going to hook someone up with the second. Right now, they're working some heavy sweepstakes action and giving away a free Festool DTS Finish Sander, a $255 value. The best part is that there's no purchase necessary.

I scoped out the rules and the only thing of note is:

By entering the Sweepstakes you agree to receive email newsletters periodically from The Tool Nut. You can opt-out of receiving this communication at any time by clicking the unsubscribe link in the newsletter.

I'm actually already on their subscription list and, as far as those things go, the newsletters coming from Tool Nut (who runs FestoolProducts) are totally not annoying. In fact they're usually loaded with some really nice deals, and not the kind where it's obvious they're just trying to offload some lame inventory that won't sell. For example, one had 50% off DeWalt circ saws, another had 15% off Jet and Powermatic tools, and yet another had 30% off Milwaukee M12 batteries. Plus, if you don't like it, you can always unsubscribe, which takes like two seconds.

So anyway, here's a link to the sweepstakes. Have at it.

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Posted by Doug Mahoney at April 23, 2015 2:41 PM
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