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As almost everyone knows, Festool is rather — we’ll call it “proud” — of their gear. So if you want to put Festool green on display in the shop, it’s going to cost you. However, our friends at HomeFixated are putting on a giveaway that promises to net one lucky-ass winner five assorted sizes of T-Loc Systainer containers for free.

For some, it may be the only Festool-branded items in the shop, but as far as we’re concerned, no matter how you feel about their pricing, free makes them a whole lot more interesting. Add to that the fact the boys in green actually make a quality product. and someone will wind up with a nice payout for commenting on a blog. Just sayin’.

Free Stuff From Festool [HomeFixated]

 

6 Responses to Festool Systainer Free Stuff

  1. Simon says:

    USA only 🙁

  2. Gil says:

    Oh those Germans at it again.

  3. Toolfreak says:

    But do you get an entry for EACH useful/thoughtful/hilarious comment, or just one no matter what else you do?

    Might be a heck of a free for all if so…or at least a good way to get a lot of site participation, though reviewing each post to determine how useful/thoughtful/hilarious it was might be prohibitively time consuming.

  4. Marc says:

    Sean, thanks for the plug my friend!
    Simon, sorry it’s US-centric (it’s a shipping cost/logistics thing). We may go global with select giveaways in the future.
    Toolfreak, there are actually two ways to enter: 1) Subscribe to our weekly email newsletter or 2) Post useful/thoughtful/hilarious comment(s) on our site. And yes, more good comments gets you more chances to win! Shhhh, don’t tell anyone though.

  5. olderthanyou says:

    I know Festool products are hideously expensive. What I don’t know is if they’re worth it. I don’t mind spending top dollar for top quality. If anyone out there has personal experience with their tools I would like to hear about it. Another thing which might be even more important is service after the sale. Do they honor their warranty? How long is the repair turnaround? When I take my Milwaukee (did I spell that right?) stuff in for repair I get no hassel whatsoever. And that counts for a lot.

  6. Rob says:

    I’m into tools but I’d never heard of Festool before. But after Googling a little I think I know why. Their tools are hideously expensive, as someone else put it, and there’s no obvious reason to believe that they’re any better than the professional grade tools made by their competitors.

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