Toolsday Giveaway: Win Pennington Seed Fertilizers

Last Toolsday, we posted a photo of a blue machine with two things on the side that look like Mickey Mouse heads  –  to win our prize, we asked you to tell us what the machine is used for.  You’re a very smart bunch of DIYers, because most all of you knew that it was a paint can mixer.  

We randomly picked two winners out of all last week’s comments and those lucky people are Joyce from Manchester, Iowa and Ritchie from Denver, CO, who both answered correctly. Congrats, you both have exactly one week to reply to our email before we pick another winner.

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Next Tuesday, one  lucky winner will receive a combo pack of Pennington Seed’s Smart 1 Feed System. The pack consists of complete line of long-lasting (up to 8 months), specialty premium fertilizers designed for efficient feeding, proper nutrition and healthy plant growth. The line is customized for differnet growing environments, plant types and application needs, thus taking the guesswork out of mix selection.

To win the Pennington Seed fertilizer combo pack, post a comment (click “comment” above) and tell us what tradesperson uses this device and for what.  You don’t have to answer correctly to win; we will randomly pick one winner.

On Tuesday, July 24, 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 July 24, 2012, 2:00pm (ET) to enter to win the Pennington Seed fertilizer.
Official Rules.

851 Responses

  1. Ken says:

    Clamp

  2. dar says:

    a clamp

  3. veronica says:

    A Barell maker uses it

  4. Katie S. says:

    Looks like an old school twine maker back when it was done by hand on demand…

  5. mccyhytr75 says:

    Drawing tool like compass?

  6. Teddy says:

    a holder of some kind

  7. Gale says:

    Clamp

  8. [...] Toolsday (Tuesday) we posted a photo of a curved wooden gadget with three door-stop looking things sticking out of it, and we asked you tell us what profession [...]

  9. guy polo says:

    a croze planer

  10. Elaine says:

    arrow pointer

  11. rickey says:

    some kind of boat part

  12. teri says:

    Crose palne

  13. Terri Clark says:

    I was going to say a carpenter uses it, for what I am not really sure, maybe for holding onto stuff while sawing.

  14. Barry says:

    Ok – I'm going with the smart folks – looks like DIY wants to stretch out the tool for another week to make the job stress free

  15. mzsmoky002 says:

    i could really use some grass …..fertilizer!!!! seriously ,i bought some a while back that was less expensive than Penningtons and ive regretted every day. Nobody, and i mean,nobody, makes my grass happy like Pennington's

  16. Sandra says:

    Something for sewing.

  17. cheryl losey says:

    a weird door stop

  18. Dradz says:

    A Boat thig a ma jig

  19. Vincent Gruenbacher says:

    I have no idea.

  20. Terry says:

    A belt buckle installer for leather belts

  21. Darlene says:

    It's a Croze plane for a cooper or barrel maker

  22. jamesjrthe3rd says:

    a cooper uses a croze plane to make a barrel

  23. Esther day says:

    Ties boat to dock

  24. Billy Anderson says:

    I, too, think it is a croze plane.

  25. Ann Mountain says:

    I'm not sure what the proper name is; but I believe it is used somehow in making barrels. Possibly gauging the thickness of the top.

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