Sunday, June 30, 2013

Skil Power Skrewdriver Review and GIVEAWAY!


I was lucky enough to get a chance to review the Skil 360 Quick Select!  It is perfect since we are getting our house ready to sell and we have lots of projects we want to do to get our house in tip-top condition


SKIL has launched their new 360 Quick-Select – a 4V max screwdriver that features a fully integrated bit management system (including 12 of the most commonly used bits) built into the front of the tool in a rotating compartment. What’s more, the tool also comes equipped with the tool industry’s first-ever USB charging capability.  That means you could charge it from your computer!   As a blogger, that is awesome since we pretty much always have out computers with us! : ) 


It is pretty cool how it works.  You can look down from the top and there is a light that shines through it to show you what bit you have selected.   You slide the black tab forward to push the bit into the drill and the gage shows you how much power you have left!  


The other thing I love about this is that all the bits are housed inside the drill so that I cannot drop and loose one!  


The 360 Quick-Select™ houses 12 of the most commonly used bits in a rotating compartment, eliminating the need to stop working on a project to search for the right bit needed for the job.  It also has an LED light that shines right where you need it... my hubby says that is his favorite part! 

You can go from putting in a new light switch cover.... to putting on new cabinet  knobs... to tightening up the hinges on your doors... all one right after another seamlessly!  All your bits are with you!  

You know what I am going to use it for?
Opening up the compartment to change the batteries on all my kids toys!  

***This giveaway is CLOSED!***
You know you want one too!   Great news- Skil is giving one away to one lucky F&J reader!  YAY!  

All you have to do is leave a comment telling me what your last home improvement project was.

***Giveaway ends Monday July 8th, 2013 at midnight.  Winner will be selected by a random number generator.  Winner will be notified through E-mail. ***

*** Disclosure: I was provided with the Skil 360 Quick-Select but all my opinions are 100% honest!***

16 comments :

Diane VintageZest said...

I had to put together a bookcase by myself. Does that count? :)

Ellen said...

I just drywalled 1/2 of my garage...too tired to do the rest!!

LauraJJ said...
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LauraJJ said...

My last project recently was to put one of those closet systems in Carters room! Oh...that was alot of work with drilling all the holes...but I just love it! So much more room with all the shelves!
landfjacobson @ charter.net

MerMarty said...

I just hung up some new shelving in our bedroom. Thanks for the new giveaway!! (mer.marty@yahoo.com)

normands said...

I helped put together new bunkbeds for my grandchildren and helped put a new shed together. I just love new tool to play with!!

Cozye said...

We just finished making a bench for our back porch and towel racks with hooks for the guest bathroom...all out of pallet wood!

Ann P said...

I would fix all of the loose wood trim in our door ways.
My kids slam doors! Would love this to start my own tool box!
Thank you!

sleepy headed mom said...

I'm not sure which would be our last home improvement project because we recently bought a home and we are still working on it. We always have more than one project going on because this place needed a ton of work. The last thing we did was a ton of yardwork redoing the flower beds and a few things next on the list is a new roof and reglazing all of the windows.

Joy said...

Latest home improvement project was painting the master bath! :)

Thanks for a great giveaway!

Joy @ Yesterfood.blogspot.com

Jessica said...

i painted a dresser to replace our old entertainment center! looking forward to fixing drywall in our attic/play room!

Jessica said...

i painted a dresser to replace our old entertainment center! looking forward to fixing drywall in our attic/play room!

Ann said...

Removing the ugly shower doors in the bathroom!

Benny Sequeira said...

Recently I bought a media cabinet from Ikea and had a hard time putting it up, this tool would really help me in my future projects.

Lyndee @ A Recovering Craft Hoarder said...

My daughter had locked a door and we had to bust through it. It broke the frame. We've been stressing about how to fix it and then I finally just went for it with some wood glue, nails, and spackle. Looks pretty good! Not sure why I took so long to fix it. I just need to have more confidence in myself.

Caroline said...

Renovating our master bedroom.

carolinebock1 at yahoo dot com

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