***This Reader Reward is now closed. Congratulations to Shelley, who will be using this awesome tool to restore her double hung windows and expose some shiplap. What a perfect few projects for this tool.***

As many of you may know, I'm a bit of a tool junkie. Whether I'm researching, using, or wishing I had a particular tool, I've become tool obsessed over the last few years.

I'm not exactly sure when it happened, but at some point my Christmas list experienced a metamorphosis of magnificent proportions.

While I once wished and hoped Santa would bring the latest and greatest in GI Joe play sets, the coolest new video game tech gadget (Nintendo power glove), or the Star Wars action figure set I was certain would likely complete my life...

...at some point, roughly coinciding with the purchase of our home, my holiday wish list quickly began looking like the inventory list of a tool store in search of that item that might just let me complete a project.

Tape measures and hammers turned into saws and routers, and a hungry tool monster was born, always looking for that perfect tool to make life just a little easier, and project results just a little bit (or a lot in many circumstances) better. Besides, there's just something about a new tool bag or crate straight from the box that get's me all giddy. Unlike toys, a brand new, clean, and unblemished tool holds so much potential! 

So when we were recently asked by Rockwell Tools to review an item in their arsenal of "Tools for People that Rock" campaign, we were naturally intrigued. We don't do a lot of sponsored posts on our blog, and that's primarily because I really only want to share things we really and truly believe in. However, I was very impressed with the tools Rockwell has in their product line, and when I looked over the list Rockwell offers, one in particular caught my eye. Their Sonicrafter 20V MaxLithium cordless oscillating multi-tool looked to be a portable cordless wonder.

I've been a tremendous fan of oscillating tools since I picked up my first one about eight years ago. Its tremendous versatility can be seen in the hundreds of different cutting, sanding, grinding, and polishing attachments. Whether I'm working on detailed cutouts or need to cut a quick hole, an oscillating tool is sure to do the trick.

However, the fact it's a corded tool means I always need an outlet nearby, the blade change process requires an Alan wrench and several minutes of trying to secure the screw while holding the blade still, and I have to make sure the attachment I'm buying works for the brand of tool I have. These are all inconveniences that I'd rather not be bothered by.

As a result, I've actually been looking for a good cordless oscillating tool for some time, and with the purchase of our second home, my need for duplicates of essential tools like this really jumped up on the priority list.

So in steps the Rockwell Sonicrafter 20v Litium-ion oscillating multi-tool and 27 piece attachment kit Rockwell sent us to review. This great handheld tool set includes five cutting attachments.

The 20v MaxLithium battery offers a substantial charge that will keep the tool operating at the desired adjustable speed until the batter is drained, rather than slowing as the charge is lost. It also obviously means I can work freely and untethered, no longer bound by the reach of the tool's cord.

Overall the tool feels solid and well made. It's just over three pounds with the battery installed, and the battery weight really offers an excellent balance while using the tool. When switched on, two LEDs on the sides of the tool's body light your work area rather well.

But the absolute best part of this tool is its quick change and locking clamp "Hyperlock" that allows you to change from a blade to a sander to a paint scraper to any number of other attachments with only a flip of a lever and a twist of your wrist.

I was initially skeptical the lever system would be able to hold the blades securely in place. I've often had issues with the blade moving on my other oscillating tool, no matter how much I tighten the lock nut. But it seems Rockwell has the formula for keeping the blade in place with only minimal effort. Their materials state it has a holding force of one ton. 

If you're not sure whether or not you need an oscillating cutting tool in your tool box, trust me when I say that you absolutely do. It's so versatile that there's a use for it in almost any project. And if you've already got another tool and a whole truckload of attachments, the Sonicrafter has a "universal fit system" that allows you to use the blades of other manufacturers with this tool. The only caveat, you must use a set screw to fix it in place. No twist and lock action when you're not using Rockwell attachments.

Being a true tool nerd, I couldn't wait to break it out of its packaging and give it a spin, but I needed a quick place to give it a try. Then I had an idea.

We're doing a little exploration behind drywall at the new house and I suspect that the original plaster is lurking just behind the layer of sheetrock that a previous owner hung. Being a naturally curious chap, I wanted to see what kind of shape the walls were in, but there was no good place to start the drywall demo on the ceiling. Before we had the tool, we made a small hole and then just started ripping away at it. Granted, I could have done a much cleaner job, cut with a utility knife, then sawed away, but I was impatient.

Now I'm not one to typically tear away, but that's just what we did on that poor ceiling. The end result of ripping down drywall, as can see above, is often a torn paper covering that is both unsightly and difficult to repair.

But using the oscillating tool to cut a more even and straight line in the drywall was just what the tool doctor ordered. In under a minute I had adequately cut back the drywall covering enough to see that the ceiling plaster is actually in pretty great shape. Perhaps this is something we can bring back out and repair throughout the room? At the very least, I have a decently square opening that will allow me to either open up more of the ceiling, or prepare a patch piece to repair eventually. But between you and me, I plan on using my new tool to cut out a lot more of this drywall and expose the rest of the plaster. And since the tool is precise and small, I'll be able to do all of the work without further damaging any of the fragile plaster.

This was just one of many projects this tool has been mentally slated for. And while this goes nowhere near showing the ridiculous number of uses this tool has in projects, I was able to get a good feel for the tools power, comfort, and ability to work its way though material. Overall it felt really good, and I'm looking forward to using it more. However, It did require me to pull it out of the packaging and use it, but as much as it looks great clean, every tool tends to look just a little bit better once it's covered in a little demo dust and project progress. Don't you think?

Reader Reward

We liked the cordless Sonicrafter so much that we asked Rockwell if they wouldn't mind offering one as a giveaway to one of our readers. Being fans of all DIYers that rock, they were more than happy to do a giveaway. So whether you're looking to round out your own tool collection, or to score a pretty spectacular gift for the tool lover in your family, this great tool will surely do the trick.

Beyond this giveaway, if you're interested in possibly winning other tools from Rockwell's line, Rockwell has a promotion going on right now that's a "Give one, Get one Sweepstakes." You can win the whole suite of Rockwell's tool lineup for yourself, as well as a whole set for someone else. You can enter on their sweepstakes page.

Also, as part of our review, Rockwell is offering readers of Old Town Home 15% off any purchase you make on their website through December 31, 2014 using coupon code HOMESWEETHOME15. The code is valid on any purchase from RockwellTools.com

Details

  • PRIZE: One Rockwell 20V MaxLithium Sonicrafter Oscillating Multi-Tool w/ Hyperlock - (a $159 value)
  • GIVEAWAY CLOSES: Sunday, December 14th at 11:59pm EST.
  • AND THE WINNER IS: One lucky winner will be chosen by random.org and announced on Monday, December 15th, so be sure to come back then to see if you're the winner.
  • PRIZE REDEEMABLE: The winner will be asked to provide their home address and the tool will be shipped directly to them.
  • TO ENTER: Comment on this post with the words “TOOLS THAT ROCK”, and tell us a little bit about projects you'd like to use this tool on, or who you'd like to give it to as a gift. (One comment entry per person please.) 
  • WHO'S ELIGIBLE: This Reader Reward is open to participants in the United States only.

Please see our complete terms & conditions page for more details. This post was made in partnership with Rockwell Tools. While they donated a tool for our review, our projects, thoughts, and opinions are solely our own. 

Comments 88

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Stefany
12/10/2014 at 4:54 PM

TOOLS THAT ROCK

We have a bathroom that could use some sprucing up - this would be a great tool in our arsenal!

Anne
12/10/2014 at 5:00 PM

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I'd love to give this to my dad. He is refinishing the guest bathroom at his house, and this would definitely help him do that. Plus, it might be the only tool he doesn't own!

kaylaraine
12/10/2014 at 5:18 PM

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We have a small under-the-stairs storage space in our basement, but don't really have access to the space. We want to open up the drywall and create a small door in order to access this small, but important storage area in our home. This tool would be the perfect first step in making that happen.

Mike
12/10/2014 at 5:22 PM

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I'm in the planning stages of a big bathroom remodel. I bet I could use this tool for every single step in the planned remodel.

Leigh
12/10/2014 at 5:35 PM

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I would give this to my husband, who somehow skipped small and useful small power tools when buying tools and went for big guys...so he's not very good at making small, clean cuts/holes/etc. with the tools he has. ;)

Sandy
12/10/2014 at 5:41 PM

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I've got a bedside table that I need to sand and refinish, and an oscillating tool would make quick work of sanding in some tight places.

Shelley
12/10/2014 at 5:57 PM

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I'd use the sanding attachment to help me restore my double hung windows and I'd use the other attachments for taking off the sheetrock covering the shiplap in my bedroom.

sarah
12/10/2014 at 5:59 PM

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My husband needs this so he can get to work on my list of home improvements!

MELISSA
12/10/2014 at 5:59 PM

I would give it to my DIYer hubby for Christmas Alt smile

kim
12/10/2014 at 6:31 PM

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I'd give it to my husband, I'm sure it would make any diy task quicker and easier.

Kendi
12/10/2014 at 6:43 PM

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We currently have the oscillating tool from Harbor Freight and it's a handy little thing, but I don't think we've really put it to as much use as we could! I'm putting up wainscoting in the bedroom now, so I definitely have some use for some outlet holesAlt smile

sj
12/10/2014 at 6:53 PM

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I would give to my beloved to complete projects for me, but could use it myself when I can wrest it away.

Carly G
12/10/2014 at 6:54 PM

TOOLS THAT ROCK! This would be great for fixing up my bathroom.

Jan Hunyady
12/10/2014 at 6:54 PM

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We've nearly worn out our current oscillating saw and a new one would make repairing the floor in the kitchen soooooooo much easier.

Kelly H.
12/10/2014 at 7:12 PM

TOOLS THAT ROCK. I have a few projects in mind for which this tool would be appropriate (wainscoting, drywall repairs, tile cutting) and make more fun. And cordless tools definitely rock! Thanks for a great giveaway!

Andrea
12/10/2014 at 7:20 PM

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I want to give this to my good friend, Alex (great name, huh?) who makes puppets. This would be an AMAZING tool to add to his tool box.

Kristin
12/10/2014 at 8:02 PM

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I'm in the midst of planning a bathroom remodel and I'm sure this tool would come in handy.

Dorothy
12/10/2014 at 9:04 PM

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I would love to have this and hopefully speed up a laundry room makeover"

amy
12/10/2014 at 9:19 PM

TOOLS THAT ROCK!
i have a huge honey do list that my husband would be ever so happy to tackle if he had a new toy i mean tool!

Rachel C
12/10/2014 at 10:16 PM

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I have a tiling project coming up that will involve selectively cutting out drywall to replace with cement board--this would be so helpful!

12/10/2014 at 10:19 PM

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Yea, this looks pretty cool. I'd give it a shot. I would probably use this to cut through old 70's panelboard in my basement.

LD
12/10/2014 at 10:26 PM

Tools that ROCK! My office needs a lot of work!

Gina S
12/10/2014 at 10:51 PM

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Would love to win this to give to my son-in-law, they just bought a new house and want to tear down a wall between the kitchen and dining room!

Nicole Colantonio
12/10/2014 at 10:52 PM

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Would love to use this on our upcoming bathroom renovations (master bath, hall bath & basement bath)!

Nichole Persing
12/10/2014 at 10:53 PM

Tools that rock!, I would gift this to my husband for Christmas. We have an awesome tool library in town & are often borrowing their oscillating tool. We are constantly editing & redoing our 100 year old row home in baltimore so this tool would be used all the time--bathroom, kitchen, living room, & basement renos are all in progress in various states of undone!

Susan Aster Sawyer
12/10/2014 at 11:24 PM
Does this mean you are bringing back Tool Time Tuesday?
Susan Sawyer
12/10/2014 at 11:35 PM

Tools That Rock!!! Yes !!! I hope this means you are bringing back Tool Time Tuesday. I would give this cool tool to my husband, although I have to admit... I am a sucker for cool tools. George and I always have a project going. Thanks for the 15% discount. Headed to the website now.

Emma
12/11/2014 at 2:18 AM

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I just had to hire someone to do the cat door hole for me, if I'd had this I could have done it myself! Maybe next time...

Leslie
12/11/2014 at 7:51 AM

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Much like you, I'd plan on using it to cut on drywall, and probably lots of other stuff, too!

Alisia
12/11/2014 at 8:24 AM

TOOLS THAT ROCK! Honestly I have no projects off the top of my head but thats the kind of tool I would find reasons to useAlt smile

Kelly
12/11/2014 at 8:35 AM

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This would be an awesome tool for my husband. I really think its one of those things he doesn't have, but secretly pines for.

threadbndr
12/11/2014 at 8:53 AM

TOOL THAT ROCK!

I have to borrow my son's Sawsall when I want to make nice clean cuts like that. I'd love to have my own oscillating blade!

I think the project I'd start with is putting a medicine cabinet back into the bathroom. There's a very bad drywall patch there that needs to go away.

Mike
12/11/2014 at 9:36 AM

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I would give this to myself, I have got the $20 I spent for my generic oscillating tool and have had to stop mid cut and tighten the lock nut more times than I care to recollect.

margaret
12/11/2014 at 9:38 AM

Tools that rock!
I have a basement reno in my future and I would like to reuse a lot of the old wood that is currently on the wall. This tool would help make clean cuts during the demo process.

Chris
12/11/2014 at 9:50 AM

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Ah, the woes of a 100 year old home. We have some lovely pink tiles in our one and only full bath that NEED TO GO!! However in order to do that bathroom reno, we need to outfit our basement with a living area and second full bath. Rockwell Sonicrafer would be my go to tool for all of this intricate demo and install work.

Samantha
12/11/2014 at 9:54 AM

TOOLS THAT ROCK.

Oooo, this would have come in super handy when I had to do an impromptu plumbing repair under the sink. And when I replace both the front door and the back door this coming Spring. And cutting out part of the wall to install a pocket door. So many uses!

Laura
12/11/2014 at 10:17 AM

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I can't wait to start the complete gut and rebuild of the main bathroom in my house, and this tool will be perfect for that! I love my corded multi-tool - no cord is even better!

monica
12/11/2014 at 10:22 AM

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I would use this on a basement new bathroom and laundry room project!

Emily
12/11/2014 at 10:47 AM

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Bathroom renovation!

Amy M
12/11/2014 at 11:10 AM

Tools that rock - we could use a toy box to contain the mess!

Missy
12/11/2014 at 11:21 AM

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I just got married and moved into my hubby's house. We're tackling projects to turn it from bachelor pad to family home and could really use this tool!

Brittany
12/11/2014 at 11:50 AM

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We're moving our washer and dryer hookups upstairs and the tool would really come in handy cutting into the walls to install new hookups and a dryer vent.

Hunter
12/11/2014 at 11:58 AM

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I am currently building a screen door for my back porch. This looks like it would be very useful for trimming shims and sanding tight spots.

kyle
12/11/2014 at 12:02 PM

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My husband would LOVE this! We just bought a house (in Alexandria! Woo!) and he morphed into Mr. Fixit. The only problem is his lack of gearAlt smile.

Harper
12/11/2014 at 12:39 PM

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We're in the process of doing a renovation of our laundry room/mud room and I think this tool would be handy when moving the dryer vent and washer plumbing box.

Caitlin Burnett
12/11/2014 at 12:47 PM

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We're adding a bathroom to our 102-year-old house and I'm on the hunt for a desk or bureau to transform into a vanity - this would be fabulous for giving a piece of old furniture new life is our old house!

I'd also probably secretly peek beneath our dry wall ceilings (maybe while my boyfriend's preoccupied with a foot ball game), because I'm pretty sure that we've got some plaster-in-need-of-love hanging out too!

Pat
12/11/2014 at 12:55 PM

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That looks like it would come in really handy in the demolishing & cleanup of two old buildings on the farm. One is quite far from an available power source so battery & gas operated tools are the only things we can use. I'd be willing to give it a workout!

Christine N.
12/11/2014 at 1:08 PM

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I'd gift my husband.

Tammara
12/11/2014 at 1:17 PM

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What a handy-dandy tool! It would be put to use in my OT home AND my brother's Farm!

22209
12/11/2014 at 1:18 PM

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Um, this looks like it can do everything. So that's probably the real answer for what I'd use it for. But some of the things are -- I need to build some cages to protect my plants from squirrels/rabbits next spring, and I need to finally put quarter-round back on the molding in my living room, .. I'd probably start with those.

Sheri K
12/11/2014 at 1:35 PM

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I am trying to learn to do my own DIY so I'd probably keep this one for myself! Hope that doesn't make me too grinchy!!!

Cali
12/11/2014 at 1:36 PM

TOOLS THAT ROCK! I would probably give it to my husband--we don't have any projects right now but I'm positive he'll want to find some with this!

Tiffany
12/11/2014 at 2:30 PM

TOOLS THAT ROCK! This giveaway is so exciting, I've been wanting an oscillating tool for forever! I am always so annoyed when I want to do electrical work because its such a pain to cut holes in drywall, this would make it a cinch! Thanks for the opportunity!

Sheila
12/11/2014 at 3:03 PM

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I'm stripping 139 years of paint off the doors in our weekend house (the same kind you have in your Old Town place, rim locks and all), and the Rockwell Sonicrafter oscillating tool would really help me do a nice job on the detail work. I took your advice and got some SmartStrip, which took a couple of coats, but there are lots of nooks and crannies that still need work. This tool could really make the doors look amazing. And with 10 doors to do, having the right tool would make all the difference.

Sandy
12/11/2014 at 3:13 PM

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Alex, this looks like a great way to enter the cordless universe. Mike (not Sandy)

L
12/11/2014 at 3:19 PM

This would be perfect for trimming off some pesky molding that's giving me problems in our kitchen.

Caitlin G
12/11/2014 at 3:48 PM

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We are preparing to sell our house, and have a few cracked tiles to replace. This tool would be PERFECT for removing them without damaging the surrounding tiles. Crossing my fingers!

Mike M
12/11/2014 at 4:19 PM

Tools that Rock! School-house rock!

Great post, we've debated buying one for our extensive wainscoting project and winning one would be even better!

Sharon M
12/11/2014 at 5:03 PM

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My husband and I just bought a new house and this is definitely a tool that would be going to good use in our new fixer-upper.

Dorothea
12/11/2014 at 7:53 PM

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I'm planning on DIYing some work on my garage (refinishing old cabinets and installing them, installing garage flooring, etc.), so this tool would definitely come in handy!

angela W
12/11/2014 at 8:35 PM

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I would personally use the Rockwell Sonicrafter 20v Litium-ion oscillating multi-tool for doing wood projects that don't take up a lot of room. I have a limited work area and am making over a condo. Also, I am interested in the full capabilities of the attachments. This is quite a versatile tool. Thank you for this offer to win!

Julia
12/12/2014 at 5:02 AM

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Ugh. A bookcase that is too narrow for a normal sander

Mercedes
12/12/2014 at 8:55 AM

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With a circa 1903 farmhouse, the list is long! We're headed into a master bath reno over the holidays and then reconfiguring an entry. Lots to do!

magjc
12/12/2014 at 9:24 AM

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I'll be doing a major update in the spring, bathroom remodel, installing washer/dryer in a closet, built-ins in the living room. I'm sure this would be put to good use! Thanks for the opportunity to win and the 15% discount!

Steven
12/12/2014 at 9:49 AM

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I am in the middle of building my wife the photo studio she has always wanted and this would be great for all the outlets I am going to have to put in, several on the ceiling!

12/12/2014 at 11:41 AM

I'm getting into DIY surgery. I have a bad leg that I was hoping to set the bone for. I hope I win!

:)

Laura C
12/12/2014 at 11:55 AM

My bathroom ceiling really needs to be taken down and replaced - this little tool would be a great asset in that undertaking.

12/12/2014 at 1:04 PM

TOOLS THAT ROCK.

I have their corded version but would LOVE the cordless. The cord is annoying. I've got a messy hole in some drywall that needs squaring off. It probably would have been done by now if I had the cordless one. {wink wink. nudge nudge.}

Dorota K
12/12/2014 at 3:48 PM

I would use this on the 1900 cottage in BUffalo we are renovating. It's stressful enough without having to borrow dad's tools every single time. I don't know which one of us is more unhappy with this arrangement - us or dad.

Art Hendrickson
12/12/2014 at 5:17 PM

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I need to retrim my kitchen an I'm confident the Sonicrafter will make that job easier.

Patricia C
12/12/2014 at 7:46 PM

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I would gift this to my hubby, he's an avid DIY,he would be thrilled and therefore, so would IAlt smile

Rebekah
12/12/2014 at 11:43 PM

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I'd give this took to my "handy hubby". I know he'd love it & I'm sure I'd love the outcome of his project when using it.

Becky S.
12/13/2014 at 1:01 AM

Tools that rock!

I'd give this to my husband...he'd like to do projects around the house but he doesn't have the right tools, and he always says, "You gotta have the right toys!"

Mis
12/13/2014 at 3:09 AM

Tools that rock!
We recently bought a lake house and it needs a lot of work. This tool would be wonderful. Thanks.

theresa j
12/13/2014 at 3:26 PM

TOOLS THAT ROCK I would love to use this tool to help remove some tile in a bathroom we are remodeling

Nancy W
12/13/2014 at 3:37 PM

TOOLS THAT ROCK!

I'm pulling out some gross 20 year old carpet (yes, 20 years and really gross) and laying some prefinished hardwood floors. This tool would come in very handy!

Nancy

Carol g
12/13/2014 at 8:38 PM

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Thinking about replacing all the trim around my windows, have to cut back the siding.

David
12/13/2014 at 9:37 PM

I am going to be installing new laminate flooring in our home this spring and I need some TOOLS THAT ROCK to help me along the way.

Margaret
12/13/2014 at 9:54 PM

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I have a kitchen re-do coming up and this would be a big help!

Jeanne Rousseau
12/14/2014 at 9:13 AM

TOOLS THAT ROCK... I would love to give the tools to my hubby so he can help me replace some flooring and counter-tops =)

John Languell
12/14/2014 at 1:11 PM

TOOLS THAT ROCK
Tight work under the bathroom sink would be great place to use a tool like this.

Sydnie Wauson
12/14/2014 at 2:13 PM

TOOLS THAT ROCK merry Christmas to me!

Chris
12/14/2014 at 4:01 PM

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Looking forward to my bathroom reno. Can see this little beauty ripping through some old plaster to things back to the bones of the house!

Terri Kroesing
12/14/2014 at 5:04 PM

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This would go to my hubby as a gift unless I decide to add it to my small cool tool collection and let him use it. He has restoration projects and new construction projects on tap.

Jason
12/14/2014 at 7:49 PM

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I'd like to use it to renovate a bathroom.

Kristi
12/14/2014 at 11:47 PM

TOOLS THAT ROCK

This would be the perfect gift for my dad who is renovating the home he lives in as well as another home he owns in the historic district in Ashland, Ohio.

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