Rockwell Tools BladeRunner GIVEAWAY!!!

Need a great gift for a DIY mom for Mother’s Day? Or, maybe for a handyman dad for Father’s Day? Power tools are always a good gift, right?! Our friends at Rockwell Tools want to give one very lucky Mom Endeavors reader their very own BladeRunner – The Ultimate Cutting Machine! Rockwell Tools BladeRunner GiveawayThe Rockwell BladeRunner is a variable-speed saw (with 5-amp motor) that cuts wood, metal, plastic, and ceramic tile with ease! There’s a sawdust drawer to make clean-up a breeze (plus you can hook up a vacuum/shop vac to it while it works) and blade storage (it uses standard T-shanked blades) in an easily accessible drawer. It only weighs 13.2 pounds & has a built-in carrying handle for easy transport OR you can mount directly to your wall, eliminating the need for a work bench!

This is one seriously awesome piece of equipment! We recently used it to make some wooden circles for our DIY photo coasters project! It was so easy to use and the coasters came out great!! You can click the link or photo below to see the project (and see photos of the BladeRunner in action).DIY Wooden Photo CoastersI can definitely say that the Rockwell Tools BladeRunner would make a fabulous addition to your DIY “workshop”! So, who wants to win it?!?!


One (1) lucky Mom Endeavors reader will win their very own Rockwell Tools BladeRunner (shown above)!!! Enter via the Rafflecopter form below. Giveaway open to U.S. Residents 18+ and runs through Friday, May 9th at 11:59 PST! Good Luck!
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Disclosure: Rockwell Tools is providing the BladeRunner to giveaway and we received  a BladeRunner for review. All opinions and experiences are entirely my own.

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  1. Stacey Roberson says

    What a great tool to have. I would make a birdhouse and other outdoor items for my yard.

  2. D Schmidt says

    My Husband would love to use this to make display cabinets! Its something he dreams of doing so this is an amazing price.

  3. Melissa Teears says

    To start wooden letters for my son’s room. Also, a clock for my living room. My grandfather used to make them before he passed and I always wanted one for my house.

  4. Danielle Porter says

    I make handmade signs out of pallet wood and I want to do a beach series of surfboard signs and stuff!

  5. Samantha says

    Love the coasters…they would make great gifts and I love that they can be personalized to whom ever your giving them to. I just made a sectional sofa this past winter so I need to make matching coffee table next, I’d use this to put some unique shapes within the wood.

  6. Katherine Donovan says

    I would use it to make wooden cut outs for the holidays and then paint them. I could make yard decorations and decorations for the door. I would also do projects with my grandson, maybe a birdhouse )

  7. Lynne says

    My husband carves three dimensional figures out of leather, and often puts them on wooden bases. We also need to put some new shelves up in the dining room, and actually, those little coasters look cute too!

  8. Nicole Wellensiek says

    I would love this for so many projects. It seems I always find something I like, bit then done have the type of saw needed. This would solve that problem!

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