Toolsday Giveaway: Win a Tri-Blade Utility Knife

To enter last week’s giveaway, we asked you to identify a neon-green gadget and tell us who uses it and for what purpose. Actually, it was sort of a trick question because there were two correct answers.  The tool is an Aerojack Knife. Skydivers use it to cut tangled lines and emergency first-responders carry them in case they have to cut a seatbelt.

We randomly picked the winner from all last week’s comments, and that lucky person is WSPB, who knew it was a seatbelt cutter.  Congrats WSPB, you have one week to reply to our email before we pick another winner.

Next Tuesday, we will be giving away a Kobalt Tri-Blade Folding Utility Knife. This aluminum-clad tool contains three knives; one standard razor/utility blade, one serrated knife and one fine blade. To make it easy to tote around, the Kobalt knife has a hook on the side to clamp it onto your belt or you can use the handy-dandy pouch that is also included.    

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To enter the Kobalt Tri-Blade Knife giveaway, post a comment (click “comment” above) and tell us what the gadgets pictured below are used for? You don’t have to answer correctly to win; we will randomly pick one winner from this post.

On Tuesday, March 26, 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 March 26, 2013, 2:00pm (ET) to enter to win the Kobalt Tri-Blade Knife.  

Official Rules.

1,333 Responses

  1. Sahvik says:

    Seat belt adjusters.

  2. nimrod says:

    table saw inserts

  3. Eileen says:

    The plastic piece that fabric loops through for suspenders.

  4. Lisa Brown says:

    It looks like a template for making lines on a highway.

  5. Becky says:

    It looks like saw inserts; but I like the template for painting dotted lines on the road! Thanks metalheadrr3 – I loved your answer! BV

  6. Evelyn says:

    Templates or mail thickness tool

  7. at00 says:

    tablesaw guards

  8. Lindy says:

    Saw inserts

  9. Marie says:

    Two zeros

  10. Ned C. says:

    The slot on both of them is the same, but the width is different. There are three good options but my best guess is a table saw insert.

  11. ELE says:

    TABLE SAW GUARDS

  12. stephen says:

    Table saw inserts.

  13. patty says:

    could be almost anything I'm going with clip in face plates for step lighting

  14. M in Mid-Michigan says:

    Two planting templates for gardens. Width determins adjacent planting rows, slot is place to set seeds or plants midway between adjacent rows.

  15. 100_Percent says:

    Paper slots for printer stand for printers that use continuous feed paper.

  16. Steve says:

    A protective guard!

  17. Jill says:

    Table saw guard

  18. Rick says:

    Roadsigns indicating tall but narrow viaduct ahead, and that wide load units should use left lane.
    However, could also be skinny balloons.

  19. Gregory MacDonald says:

    Highway line templates.

  20. LKC says:

    Either some form of gasket, table saw blade guards, or template covers for a sewing machine.

  21. Shy says:

    Fingerboard Guards

  22. LGL says:

    Fingerboard Guards

  23. Larry Sterling says:

    Stencils for road painting?

  24. Ryan says:

    Table saw insert

  25. jose says:

    Not a clue.

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