Well, it was never really up for debate, but if you read any of the comments on last weeks giveaway post, it’s overwhelming proof that I’ve got the most awesome readers in the history of the entire Internet. (See, watermelon story.) And you guys love some drill bits. I wish I could give a set to each and every one of you, but alas, Makita is sponsoring this giveaway, and there can only be one winner.
According to the True Random Number Generator, that winner is commenter #51, Sara, who happens to need drill bits…
So it’s her lucky day. And not only is she getting new drill bits (from Makita), she’s also getting a $50 Home Depot gift card (from me.)
For everyone else, I do not have more drill bits. I don’t even have as many drill bits as I did back when I posted the contest, because I’ve lost two of those damn things already.
But I do have a nice consolation prize for all of you…
More animal noses.
This is basically what I do with my time when I’m procrastinating doing laundry.
I know. There are no words.
So… let’s talk more about drill bits, because I’ve got plenty of words about that. If you happen to need a new set and aren’t Sara, here’s a link to the 21- Piece Impact GOLD set from Makita at HomeDepot.com.
I hope you know me well enough to believe that if they were shit tools, I wouldn’t say nice things about them. So far I haven’t managed to wear even one of them out. Although, granted, the case might be a little over-engineered…
Considering half of these bits now reside in the bottom of my toolbox.
But that’s mostly because I’m allergic to putting things back where I got them. The important thing is that this is a good set of accessories, which is second in importance only to having a good set tools.
Also, you guys totally made my week last week.
(And then there’s this: Makita partnered with bloggers such as me for their tool review program. As part of this program, I received compensation for my time. They did not tell me what to purchase or what to say about any product mentioned in these posts. Makita believes that consumers and bloggers are free to form their own opinions and share them in their own words. Makita’s policies align with WOMMA Ethics Code, FTC guidelines and social media engagement recommendations.)