Tuesday Toolsday: Win a Digital Showerhead

In order to be eligible to win last Toolsday’s (a.k.a. Tuesday) prize, we asked you to guess the identity of a big piece of machinery.  We had a variety of answers; some thought it was used for separating grain, a few people thought it was a milk pasteurizer, and others thought it was part of an oil refinery.  All were wrong. Last week’s mystery machine was a Saturn rocket booster. Not exactly a tool for the DIYer.   

We randomly picked one winner from all the comments and that lucky person is Lily, who must be a rocket scientist because she knew it had something to do with rocket engines.  Congratulations Lily, you have one week to respond to our email before we pick another winner.

Next Tuesday two lucky winners will receive a LevAqua showerhead. The LevAqua has five digital-touch settings for maximum water flow optimization.  The showerhead’s settings include a relaxing full-body surround, a pulsating massage, a combo of the previous two, and an eco-saving low-flow setting.   

To enter the LevAqua showerhead giveaway, post a comment (click “comment” above) and tell us what the old-timey gadget pictured below is used for. You don’t have to answer correctly to win; we will randomly pick two winners.

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On Tuesday, August 28, we will select the winners of the LevAqua showerheads then start up a new giveaway for another tool, which will be given away the Tuesday after that.

You have until August 28, 2012, 2:00pm (ET) to enter to win the LevAqua showerheads

Official Rules.

1,370 Responses

  1. Jeff says:

    Some kind of pump

  2. Michele says:

    Old school pressure washer

  3. Doris Poirier says:

    Something you put at the end of the garden hose to water your lawn?

  4. Sara N says:

    Pipe snake contraption.

  5. Linda Schulok says:

    there's a pic of a shark, so I'm thinking underwater, looks like a viewer on top for lining up the shot, a hose hook-up? might fuel some kind of light, center looks like a lens, so I'm going with…
    a deep sea camera

  6. countrycathy says:

    It is an antique underwater camera called the Mako Shark from 1958.

  7. joan says:

    looks like a fish reel

  8. John says:

    camera

  9. Chuck Feldmann says:

    Hand crank transfer pump

  10. Diane S. says:

    Something for fishing

  11. jrmitchell says:

    shark sighting device

  12. Gordy says:

    A fish scaler.

  13. JohnB says:

    It is an Antique Underwater Camera – Mako Shark 1958.

  14. librarypat says:

    Antique Underwater Camera – Mako Shark 1958 available on ebay.

  15. Mike Briley says:

    Definitely a liquid transfer pump

  16. Daniel Carlson says:

    some form of pump

  17. Bobby says:

    unique propane accessory with a spark switch.

  18. Gloria Nicholson says:

    Waffle iron.

  19. jessica m. says:

    Underwater camera sounds believable

  20. George says:

    underwater camera

  21. Steve says:

    an underwater camera

  22. cnuland says:

    Water sprayer

  23. WWDave says:

    A pump

  24. Richard G says:

    An old sprinkler.

  25. druid9855 says:

    Oh, the SHARK, babe, has such teeth, dear
    And it shows them pearly white
    Just a CAMERA has old MAKO, babe
    And it’s UNDERWATER, out of sight

    (Apologies to Bobby Darin this week)

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