Tuesday Toolsday Giveaway: Name This Old Tool

Congratulations to Cindy from Terry, Mississippi — she won the brand new Bostitch 24-inch box level in this week’s Tuesday Toolsday Giveaway.  In order to enter, we asked you to name the top 5 items on your honey-do list.  Here is Cindy’s list. We’ve linked each one to step-by-step instructions to help Cindy get started.  

 

Next Tuesday we will be giving away a Dremel Multi-Pro rotary tool kit.  The deluxe kit comes with 54-piece accessory assortment and a wall-mountable storage caddy. 

To enter, post a comment and briefly tell us what you think this old tool is used for — you don’t have to answer correctly to win, because, quite frankly, we’re not totally sure what it is either.

On Tuesday, March 29 we will randomly pick one winner then start up a new giveaway for another tool, which will be given away the Tuesday after that.

You have until March 29, 2011, 2:00pm (ET) to enter to win the Dremel rotary tool.  Official Rules.

899 Responses

  1. jam says:

    I have one of these. Please let me know what it is & does as soon as you figure it out.

  2. Christopher dartt says:

    Its a clothes wringer.

  3. Christopher dartt says:

    Its a clothes wringer.

  4. Christopher dartt says:

    Its a clothes wringer.

  5. betsy says:

    pleater

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  7. Mike C. says:

    Used in metal shops for various materials.

  8. Tim S says:

    It is a sheet metal crimper

  9. fredmiajuneo says:

    it's a roller for paper or metal

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  11. Richard G says:

    Pasta maker? No clue…

  12. Janet Casselberry says:

    Rag wringer.

  13. Ed Bob says:

    A handkerchief wringer

  14. Sarge says:

    Easy, it's an old torture tool (used on the fingers).

  15. Dan B says:

    metal crimper

  16. Michael says:

    It is a metal crimp for on the job cut crimps for galvanized ducts.

  17. Linda says:

    crimper

  18. Steve M says:

    Leather squegee.

  19. alice wilson says:

    a metal crimping tool

  20. Beverly Good says:

    PLEAT CREASER

  21. susan says:

    A metal crimper

  22. susan says:

    Gotta be a metal clamp.

  23. smcee says:

    Gotta be a sheet metal crimper.

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