Toolsday Giveaway: Win Exterior Caulk

Last Toolsday we asked you to identify a wooden stool-looking thing and tell us who would use it. We had a large variety of answers, everything from a cow-milking stool, to a cobbler’s bench, to a shoeshine boy’s portable seat.  But, those were all wrong.  It was a potter’s wheel.

We randomly picked one winner out of all last week’s comments and that lucky person is Dinonut from Glendale, AZ who thought the mystery stool had something to do with blacksmithing.     

Next Tuesday, we will be giving away 12 cartridges of DAP exterior caulk.  This premium sealant has outstanding durability and adhesion to keep windows and doors sealed tight so you’ll save money and energy.  DAP is waterproof and paintable.

To win the DAP exterior caulk, post a comment (click “comment” above) and tell us what this holey gadget (bottom right) is used for.  You don’t have to answer correctly to win; we will randomly pick twelve (12) winners.

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On Tuesday, May 8, we will select the winner then start up a new giveaway for another tool, which will be given away the Tuesday after that.

You have until May 8, 2012, 2:00pm (ET) to enter to win the Dap caulk.  
Official Rules.

921 Responses

  1. Leigh Ann McCulty says:

    It's a monster taking a bite of a holey donut!

  2. Joseph Menard says:

    Measures wood legs

  3. Michael Mallick says:

    Drill Bit Guide used in Sharpening the Tip

  4. John D says:

    Dowel cutter sounds good

  5. WolfABLe says:

    Looks to me like an antique pipe cutter

  6. whidone says:

    rotary dial on a caveman's phone (they could only dial to 8, no long distance)

    • Mike says:

      HA!!
      Caveman 1 : "is this Oogh?"
      Caveman 2: "No this Jub, have wrong numer…this 4
      Caveman 1: "Me sorry, i mean to dial 7 "

  7. moodyvega says:

    The tool is a dowl cutter.

  8. Elizabeth Inderski says:

    I have absolutely no idea! A dowel cutter sounds like a good guess.

  9. TomO says:

    old dowel cutter **about 5 1/4 inches in diameter

  10. robinsoncr says:

    a dowl cutter

  11. jose says:

    really heavy hard thing to whack my ex?

  12. Mark says:

    A Pipe cutter

  13. rono says:

    gauge of some sort

  14. Don H says:

    part of a pencil sharpener

  15. MIKES_MACHINE says:

    This is an antique dowel cutter, called a hollow auger used to make round tenons. It is missing the rectangular cutting blade that is held in the opening at the top and seats in notches next to holes.

  16. BRUCE D. says:

    SOME TYPE OF "SIZING GAUGE"–??? ( I COULD REALLY USE THE CAULK PRIZE !!!!)

  17. Debbie says:

    Measures lengths of wood circumference for making furniture legs, perhaps on a lathe.

  18. obxster77 says:

    Tiller part?

  19. Lynn says:

    I'm equally clueless. Perhaps it centers a pipe for threading?

  20. Sim says:

    It is a antique dowel cutter which can be used on toe nails in a pinch

  21. druid9855 says:

    Going out on a round wooden stick here, but I'm going to guess this is, or is part of, an antique doweling jig.

  22. John C says:

    It's either a pipe bender or a pipe clamp, I'm not sure.

  23. M. Parker says:

    Used to count coins. It can be set for any numeric coin.

  24. Elaine says:

    A bolt size finder

  25. Gerry Gradala says:

    Its and adjustable trailor connector.

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