Toolsday Giveaway: Win a Scrolling Sabre Saw

To enter last week’s Toolsday’s giveaway, you had to identify two circular objects. Glad to see most of this crafty crowd knew they were a sewing machine bobbin and a bobbin case.  We randomly picked one winner out of all the comments and that lucky person is looker19 who correctly guessed the identity of the mystery gadgets. Congratulations looker19, you have one week to reply to our email before we pick another winner.

Next Tuesday, we will be giving away a Craftsman Scrolling Sabre Saw. This powerful tool with its 6-amp motor has variable speeds to make it easy to cut a variety of different materials. The scrolling mode allows the blade to rotate in a full circular motion. Or if you want to cut a straight line, the laser-light line guide makes it a cinch. Both the upper and lower handles have soft grips to reduce vibration and user fatigue. 

If you haven’t already, you better get started on your holiday decorations.  We’ve got clever ways to upcycle old stuff into new handmade decorations (a.k.a. – inexpensive to make). Try turning old wool sweaters into Christmas trees; or make stars out of driftwood and how to turn an old door into a front porch greeting. Plus, find easy and inexpensive culinary gifts you can put together even if you don’t know how to cook.

To win the Craftsman Scrolling Sabre Saw, post a comment (click “comment” above) and tell us what this old wooden thing (pictured below) is made to do? You don’t have to answer correctly to win; we will randomly pick one winner.

On Tuesday, December 4, 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 December 4, 2012, 2:00pm (ET) to enter to win the Craftsman Scrolling Sabre Saw.  

Official Rules.

2,041 Responses

  1. 1joyce says:

    Used to dry fishing line

  2. Dr. Phil says:

    time to change

  3. Linda says:

    The answer – a mahogany line dryer – I guess only fisherman would know that this answer
    straight from web site – http://www.lvrj.com/home_and_garden/specialized-d….

  4. peggy says:

    For me is a yarn winder.thank you

  5. Barry says:

    I look at web sit and see the exact picture, but I can't really believe the use
    I personally like Fireplace newspaper roller

  6. peggy says:

    Hi I'm a good fan of the show and if I win this tool I will give a good use . I don't know enything about tool but I will learn. Thank you

  7. gerry says:

    looks like some kind of paper towel roller.

  8. gerry says:

    paper roll

  9. tomoke says:

    a rolly thinge

  10. Dave Kahn says:

    It is a yarn winder.

  11. kelley says:

    ribon winder

  12. keley says:

    pasta winder

  13. jeff says:

    old toy

  14. Matt says:

    This is a classic queation extracter.

  15. Sundie says:

    This device looks like it would be to wind up wool that has been removed from sheep so it can be used to make clothing

  16. wspb says:

    A winder upper for rope or yarn.

  17. ml wright says:

    yarn winder?

  18. jimiwho says:

    pasta or pie crust roller

  19. Rachel K. says:

    yarn skein maker?

  20. liz says:

    neck massager

  21. Goatybug says:

    I do believe it is a hose winder to roll the water hose up after using it…

  22. Gale says:

    Yarn widner

  23. Teresa G. says:

    Yarn winder.

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