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We just wanted to remind you about our RIDGID pneumatics giveaway.  RIDGID was kind enough to offer up a set of pneumatic tools for giveaway to one of our loyal readers.  Sometime in June we’ll select a winner from all of you who post valid comments here on Toolmonger since the giveaway started.

So, when you post a comment here, you’re not only sharing your experience with other Toolmongers around the world, you’re also adding a chance to win!  That’s good all ’round, yeah?

Toolmonger’s RIDGID Pneumatics Giveaway [Toolmonger]

 

8 Responses to How-To: Win A Set Of RIDGID Pneumatics

  1. l_bilyk says:

    So when are you giving these guys away?

  2. Freddie says:

    as soon as you leave l_bilyk 🙂

  3. Ruben says:

    I got the 24XLi kit for Christmas and just cracked it open (it’s too cold up here in the great white north to do anything in the winter!). Awesome workmanship on these tools. The drills a bit heavy though for screws in tight areas. Maybe I’ll have to get the impact driver, but does anyone know if I can get one that takes the 24V LiIon batteries instead of the 14.4V NiCads?

    Having the tools in my hands makes me want to build something! I know this sounds subjective, but having the orange gives me more pride of ownership than the yellow, red or teal!! I think Ridgid is for those who research and are more refined tool owners than the rest. Go Ridgid!

    PS: Sorry for the double post – I put this in the wrong thread.

  4. eddieo says:

    To win these tools would be a cool thing . I love powertools they make projects go much better .

  5. l_bilyk says:

    Aww.. that hurt 🙁

  6. Chuck Cage says:

    l_bilyk: We’re actually selecting the winner in June. Freddie’s just giving you trouble. It’s just like on the jobsite — if other readers don’t give you a hard time ’round here, they don’t like you. 🙂

  7. James says:

    so all I had to do to enter was post this comment? sweet

  8. Chuck Cage says:

    James:

    From the giveaway page — click the banner for the full text:

    By “valid comments” we mean comments that’re a) not spam, b) from users who provided their email address with their comment (don’t worry, it’s not displayed publicly), and c) don’t say something inane like “i want to win the prize oh yeah Bender’s great.” This means that posting dozens of “I agree” or “that’s great” comments won’t improve your chances of winning a whit. On the other hand, posting your opinions and other information useful to other readers will increase your chances.

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