As I think I have mentioned repeatedly, it's coming up to a year since we started this project. In order to celebrate, it seemed like time for a little giveaway...
The kind folks at Dremel have offered a Dremel Moto-Saw as a prize for one lucky reader out there. Dan assures me this reader is, in fact, VERY lucky as Dremel has a great reputation and he would quickly steal this prize if it was brought home, which is why Dremel will be mailing it to you, the winner, directly.
Here's the Moto-Saw, or you can look online here for more information.
The Dremel Moto-Saw offers a compact and easy solution for making detailed cuts in a variety of materials including wood, plastic, laminates and metal. This portable, precision-sawing tool is easy to store, set-up, and operate and features a tool-free mechanism for quick blade changes. An auto-tensioning feature keeps the blade taut and ready to cut so you don’t have to make blade adjustments and its slim, ergonomic handle with comfort grip provides control in any cutting position. The Moto-Saw functions as a stationary scroll saw yet it can be removed from its base to become a portable motorized coping-saw.
HOW TO ENTER:
1. Leave a comment on this post and make sure it's traceable back to some contact details so I can notify you after*.
2. Go to The Old Post Office Facebook page, LIKE it, and then leave a comment on the post corresponding to this competition. EASY.
I will draw a random winner on December 7th and announce it here and on Facebook.
SO, just to be clear, the comments on this post and on the Facebook post will be accepted as valid entries. You do have to be in Australia, too.
*If you don't have a Google Account, just use your name and then send me an email so I have some contact details. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, I'm turning the word verification off for now, which means we can expect plenty of entries from people called Raoul saying things like 'This useful post. Super informative. Please more like' and then posting links to window cleaning companies in Texas. ALL COMMENTS CONTAINING LINKS WILL BE DELETED. Sorry, Raoul.