Toolsday Giveaway: Win a Jawhorse Workstation

Last Toolsday, we posted a photo of a rectangular object with scalloped edges and asked you to tell us what it is.  Most people thought it was some kind of form or mold – we had guesses ranging from making pasta to cutting sod. But not too many people guessed the true material the mystery tool was designed to cut: leather.  

We randomly picked one winner from all the comments and that winner is jellybean22, who thought it was a brick mold.  Congrats Mr. or Ms. jellybean22, you have one week to reply to our email before we pick another winner.

For next week’s giveaway, take a look at the gadget pictured on the left, then post a comment (click “comments” above) and tell us what it is.  Next Tuesday we will randomly pick one of the comments from this post and that lucky person will receive a Rockwell RK900 Jawhorse.  The portable Jawhorse workstation can clamp up to 1 ton of anything you can imagine, letting you work hands-free no matter what you’re working on or where you’re working. Its solid all-steel construction provides exceptional strength and there are no moving plastic parts to break. The Jawhorse folds down to about the size of a piece of carry-on luggage. so you can easily tuck it away when the job is done.

On a different note: Is your kitchen in need of a facelift but you’re short on funds?  We’ve got some creative ways to re-do your backsplash that will cost you less than $50.  Plus, we’ve got kitchen storage projects for all DIY skill levels.  

On Tuesday, January 24, we will select the winner of the Rockwell Jawhorse workstation then start up a new giveaway for another tool, which will be given away the Tuesday after that.

You have until January 24, 2012, 2:00pm (ET) to enter to win the Rockwell Jawhorse

Official Rules.

2,877 Responses

  1. Paul Schwalm says:

    Bottle opener

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  4. jhunsi says:

    nut cracker

  5. Cheryl W says:

    Not sure what it is, but it looks very cool.

  6. Twig says:

    mystery tool

  7. fishingdiva says:

    a wine bottle cutter/opener

  8. melanie says:

    iron

  9. william moody says:

    a cutter for cutting pipe

  10. dross1191 says:

    pipe holder for stem pipe

  11. Dragon says:

    Its a Nut Cracker

  12. Turkey Dave says:

    A tool for circumcision's

  13. Pamie S says:

    It's used as a whole punch for leather straps used by farmers! Straps used for oxen to work the fields.
    well,,,,,,,it sounds good.

  14. Jennie Harjes says:

    Pipe holder? Very strange!

  15. Tucson Jack says:

    The top right and bottom left are one piece. Squeeze the right side together and the left side comes thgether to hold a giant tooth pick, or something.!!!!!!

  16. Georgetta says:

    Some kind of weight, to hold something down.

  17. randall says:

    randall f
    for leather work

  18. meissa h says:

    melissa h
    for leather work

  19. lindsay says:

    lindsay
    for leather work

  20. michele f says:

    michele f

    for leather work

  21. dc1957 says:

    looks painfull

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