October 10, 2007

DeWalt Nano Hammerdrill Sweepstakes

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DeWalt is giving away one of their new Nano-powered hammerdrills. All you have to do to get in on the action is go to their website and enter to win. It's pretty easy.

Entries will be accepted until December 31, 2007 and the random drawing will be held on or about January 10, 2008. The winner has a choice between a 18-volt hammer drill, a 28-volt hammerdrill, or a 36-volt hammerdrill.

Enter the contest here.

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August 3, 2007

We Have a Winner

scrabble_winner_170.jpgWell we put all the names in a hat and did our drawing and are happy to say that reader Joe is now the owner of Ridgid's new 18 Volt Li-Ion drill. We want to thank everyone who entered and shared their thoughts on the website. There was a lot of great feedback and we really appreciate you guys taking the time to let us know what you think. So, for Joe, congrats, and for the rest of you we can guarantee that there will be other tool give aways in the future. Thanks again.

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July 27, 2007

Vent Your Spleen - Win a Drill

drill_top.jpgThis is your last chance to win a drill just by letting us know what you think of us. Since we're going to be clearing out of town for the weekend, we'll extend our timeline and accept entries until Sunday at midnight. Remember, the drawing is random, so you can be as honest (read: brutal) as you want to be. We'll have a winner early next week.

Everything you need to know about the contest is here.

Trust us, it's a killer drill.

Good luck and have a great weekend.

Doug Mahoney at Permalink | Comments (1) | social bookmarking

July 23, 2007

AWFS 2007

awfs_fair_logo_50th.jpgOur buddies over at Toologics spent the weekend in Vegas at the Association of Woodworking & Furnishing Suppliers show. There was a lot of buzz about the show and they've covered it all. From Porter-Cable's new line of tools to DeWalt's new battery to Fein's next generation of MultiMaster. Check out their coverage here.

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July 22, 2007

Win a Ridgid Drill from Tool Snob

drill_top.jpgThere's still one week left to get your entries in for your chance to win a Ridgid Compact 18 Volt Lithium-Ion Drill from Tool Snob. It's a great drill and you really don’t have to do much to get your name entered. Details here.

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July 16, 2007

Win a Ridgid Compact 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Drill from Tool Snob

drill_top.jpgOur good friends at Ridgid were nice enough to give us one of their new compact drills to give away to one of our lucky readers. We reviewed the drill last week and since then, can’t stop using it. It’s lightweight, powerful, and just all around great. So if you want one, read on…

Sometimes we feel like we work on this website in a bit of a vacuum. Aside from the comments that you guys leave, we get relatively little feedback on the actual site as a whole, so that’s what we’re asking for now. And if you let us know what you think, you might end up with a great new drill. Pretty easy.

So all you have to do to get a chance to win the drill is email us at newstips at toolsnob dot com and tell us a few things. Make sure you fix the email address doctored a bit for spam:

  • What you like about our site/what you want us to keep doing.
  • What you don’t like about our site/what you want us to stop doing.
  • Are the magazine reviews worthwhile? We’ve been sitting the fence on this one. We’re happy to write them up if you guys like them, but if you’d rather that space was used for something else, let us know.

As far as being critical of us is concerned, don’t sweat it. We can take it. We’ve dealt with angry plumbers before so verbal abuse is not a problem for us. We only ask that you give reasons to your likes and dislikes. We won’t accept, “You guys @&#^#%’n suck!,” by itself, but if you can back it up, we’ll take it.

So we’ll write all the names on a piece of paper (regardless of the feedback content) and throw them in a hat and pick one at random and –boom- you’ve got a new drill on the way.

As an added bonus, we’ll put your name in the hat a second time if you send us a jpeg of your favorite old warhorse of a tool. It can be a power tool, a hand tool, a saw stand, whatever. The only real criterion is that it has taken a substantial beating and it still works like a charm. We’ll post them up as we get them.

The last day for entries will be Friday, July 27th. That gives you two weeks.

And while you're here, you might as well sign up for our newsletter. That way you won't miss any of our articles and you'll always be up to date on the latest tools. Sign-up is above and to the right.

Legalish stuff:

  • Please only residents of the continental US. It’s not like sending an envelope and we don’t want to get shelled with having to ship the thing to Indonesia.
  • We honestly couldn’t care any less about your email. We won’t sell it or use it for anything. They’ll all get deleted as soon as the contest is over.

Have at it!

Doug Mahoney at Permalink | Comments (0) | social bookmarking

June 11, 2007

Free 18-Volt XRP DeWalt Battery at Amazon.com and Tool King

dewalt_BATTERY.jpgAmazon.com and Tool King are giving away a free 18-Volt XRP battery with the purchase of any 18-Volt XRP DeWalt Tool. This includes hammer drills, impact drivers, circular saws, and reciprocating saws. Since these batteries do wear out over time, having an extra one is a good idea. If you’re in the market for some battery tools, this might be a good reason to buy now. The offer is good until the end of the month.

The extra battery has a value of about $89.

More details at Tool King and Amazon.com

Doug Mahoney at Permalink | Comments (1) | social bookmarking

May 30, 2007

Irwin-Bolt Grip Sweepstakes

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Irwin is giving away one of their 5-Piece Bolt-Grip Sets and all you have to do to get your name in the running is fill out a quick form at their website. The Bolt-Grip Set is for extracting rounded over or otherwise damaged bolts. They are compatible with 3/8” ratchets and the set works with a variety of sizes, both SAE and metric. The set comes with a case and retails for a little over $25.

Irwin is accepting entries until July 20th and the random drawing will be held on or about July 23rd. You can enter everyday, once per day.

Enter the contest here or say to hell with it and buy the 5-Piece Bolt-Grip Set here.

Doug Mahoney at Permalink | Comments (0) | social bookmarking

May 16, 2007

Ridgid Fuego 6-1/2" Framing Saw for $99

ridgid_fuego.jpgFor the month of May, and May alone, Ridgid is selling their Fuego 6-1/2” Framing Saw for the ridiculously low price of $99. We love this saw and can’t express enough what a great deal this is. In fact, we even thought that the regular retail price of $139 was a steal. Knock $40 off that and you’ve got a little slice of power tool heaven.

The Fuego is available at Home Depot.

Read our review of the Fuego here.

Doug Mahoney at Permalink | Comments (0) | social bookmarking

May 15, 2007

DeWalt Worklight Sweepstakes

dewalt_worklight.jpgThis month DeWalt is giving away a Heavy-Duty Corded/Cordless Worklight. And it’s not just your standard worklight either; it comes complete with a dual port battery charger and three CGFI outlets. It looks like a nice tool to own, especially if it’s free. To get in on the action, go to the DeWalt website and simply register to win. Entries will be accepted until June 4th and the random drawing will be held on or about June 11. The worklight retails for around $150.

Enter the contest here.

Get the worklight at Amazon.com

Doug Mahoney at Permalink | Comments (0) | social bookmarking

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