Toolsday Giveaway: Win a Framing Nailer

Happy New Year!  The Toolsday before last, we posted a photo of an old timey contraption and asked you to identify it.  Most everyone knew it was a pencil sharpener (about 200 times bigger than today’s average pencil sharpener).  We randomly picked one winner from all the comments and that lucky person is Betty H. who had the correct answer.  Congrats Betty, you’ve got one week to reply to our email message before we pick another winner.  

Next Tuesday, we will be giving away a Craftsman Framing Nailer. This powerhouse pneumatic tool drives 2″ to 3-1/2″ nails into any type of wood. It shoots single fire or quick bounce mode to get the job done quickly. The rubber-molded handle makes it easy to use.

January is the perfect time to clean out the cupboards and reorganize your kitchen. Check out some new storage ideas and cabinet inserts, plus open shelving ideas.  If it’s a new look you’re going for, we’ve got ideas for adding color to the kitchen, painting countertops, cabinets and appliances.   

To win the framing nailer, post a comment (click “comment” above) and tell us what the things pictured below are. You don’t have to answer correctly to win; we will randomly pick one winner.

On Tuesday, January 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 January 8, 2013, 2:00pm (ET) to enter to win the Craftsman Framing Nailer.

Official Rules.

2,115 Responses

  1. Manny says:

    How is everyone today? does anyone know how to remove a rust stain in a bathroom sink or am I buying a new sink?

  2. John Backovsky says:

    This looks like a canister and negative film rollers and dryers.

  3. Kathleen5723 says:

    I haven't a clue . . .

  4. Toolchick06 says:

    Hello to all and Happy New Year! I happen to have several of the featured guess what this is item… it is used in photography to develop film, it is called a Daylight tank. Meaning once you load the 35mm flim onto the reel in the dark and place the lid on it you can now process the film in daylight. My friends used to call me the "mole" back in college when I spent most of my time in the darkroom. I still have all the equipment if I ever wish to set it back up again. Now like everyone else I post process on my computer. I miss the smell of fixer it would stay on you for days. lol Oh and of course a framing nailer who couldn't use one of those!!!!

  5. Lindsey says:

    It looks like a dehydrator…like you could make some good beef jerky with it.

  6. Ruby Allen says:

    a martini mixer

  7. Herm Lamb says:

    cocktail shaker

  8. Mary says:

    No clue

  9. Robert says:

    I’m going to say either a drink mixer… or something that can be subdivided for what ever purpose… film or not.

  10. gmacdon says:

    I think it is a jewelry cleaner.

  11. balicea says:

    I believe it's an Stainless Steel Ice Bucket with two shot glass caddy's…

  12. Dani M says:

    Looks like a drink mixer?!

  13. peonynut says:

    It looks to be, as one comment said, a pot for delivering meals hot and in layers to keep them apart. It isn't quite the same but who says it has to be?

  14. Hurold Gaxiola says:

    Its a Martini Mixer.

  15. Evelyn Gambrel says:

    Parts to a pressure cooker?

  16. Michael O Garcia says:

    it's a, it's a, it's a pizza !!!

  17. Conrad says:

    correction, looks like a film reels, not "reles" as previously spelled and a canister.

  18. kevncase says:

    2 Reel Stainless Steel Film Developing Canister Tank & 2 Steel Reels

  19. Conrad says:

    looks like a film reles and a canister

  20. k21417 says:

    2 Reel Stainless Steel Film Developing Canister Tank & 2 Steel Reels

  21. @biskit911 says:

    believe it is a stainless steel photography film developer container

  22. Rick says:

    Just send me the Nail gun. After all-it is my Birthday!. (well-its Elvis's too, but he said he didn't want a nail gun–cuz he's in the "dark room") I'm just gonna sit here and see "what develops"

  23. David Wallace says:

    film spool

  24. Dana Fidler says:

    Well, it may not be your usual house or repair tool; but does look like a kitchen/bar tool! I may be way off here but it looks like a Martini Shaker! Shaken not stirred! Bond, James Bond!

  25. Deb says:

    Darkroom film roller

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