Crescent® OddJob™ Tool and Giveaway

JSIM-OddJob-06Recently I was sent the OddJob™, an all-in-one DIY Multitool by Crescent®. The timing couldn’t have been better since I’ve been setting up my new barn studio over the past few months and really need the extra help. Normally I would go digging for my husband’s tools when I needed to fix, repair, hang or build things. But having this awesome lightweight tool has really saved the day! When I first opened the package my husband stated, “Wow! It’s from Crescent! They make really good tools!” (Take it from a firefighter.) This bright red baby is now the number one hardware tool in my studio.JSIM-OddJob-01As you can see it’s a hammer- for driving small nails and tacks with the steel head side- but the other side is a soft mallet! JSIM-OddJob-03The bottom of the handle is a ratchet screw driver with forward and reverse functions for tightening and loosening. The OddJob™ comes with a Phillips head screw driver in place, and there are six additional drill bits tucked into a removable compartment in the handle. JSIM-OddJob-02I collect vintage standard screws that I find at garage sales or flea markets for the purpose of repairing vintage pieces or adding antique embellishments to things. Standard screw driver heads are getting harder to find, so I was really glad to see that one was included. JSIM-OddJob-04

The OddJob™ also comes with a flexible screwdriver attachment. This allows you to reach awkward areas like with these plate racks that I hung for storing craft supplies in my studio. I could get a long screwdriver to fit through those wires, but not one with a ratchet mechanism that makes turning so much easier.

On the top of the hammer section has a handy a nail puller. And there’s even a removable utility knife on the other side of the handle.JSIM-OddJob-05Here’s a quick video demonstration of it in action:


Crescent® is sponsoring the giveaway of OddJob™ Tools for


TO ENTER: Leave a nice, relevant comment below. Entry open to US residents only. One comment entry per person, please.

It’s always nice, but not required, to share giveaway links with your friends!

ENTRY DEADLINE: Monday, March 11, 2013. Winners will be randomly chosen, notified and posted here shortly after deadline.

You can purchase the OddJob™ from Crescent® on Amazon.

UPDATE: Thanks for all the entries! The randomly chosen winners are: #61 Kim, #79 Kelly, and #132 Alicia


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184 Responses to Crescent® OddJob™ Tool and Giveaway

  1. #1 - Dot says:

    That looks like a really nice tool. I’d have to hide it in my sewing room, or it would end up in my husband’s tool drawer! Thanks very much for the offer.

  2. #2 - Jody says:

    That is so neat! I would love to have all that nifty stuff all in one place/tool. So handy!

  3. #3 - Bonnie says:

    This would be fantastic to use while doing crafts!!! What a great idea!!!

  4. #4 - Debbie says:

    Oh I would love to win one of these tools. We live in a 60+ year old house & something always needs fixing…this little beauty would be perfect for that…and for projects in my art studio, too. Thanks for the chance to win!

  5. #5 - mary anne fields says:

    This is too cool! who knew?!! I’d love to win this tool.

  6. #6 - Patty Cross says:

    What a great find! This tool looks like at least three of the tools I’m always digging around for. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

  7. #7 - Jean says:

    I love how compact this tool is and yet it allows a crafter to perform a wide variety of basic functions – looks like something I could use every day. Thanks for offering this giveaway – I’ve got my fingers crossed!

  8. #8 - Susie {aka Mrs V} says:

    This looks like the perfect tool for me, the handle appears easy to grab hold of for so many tasks! Thanks for the opportunity to win. This is just what my shop bag needs!

  9. #9 - Jennifer Dixon says:

    What an awesome little tool! I would love to win one, thanks for sponsoring this giveaway! 🙂


  10. #10 - CheriA says:

    I’m a single girl who has to do most of the odd jobs around here myself. This tool would be so handy to grab and go and not have to search for individual tools. I’d probably use it at least once a week. Thanks for the opportunity!

  11. #11 - Ericka says:

    What a cool tool! I could use it for so, SO many projects!!!

  12. #12 - Margaret says:

    Being a new DIYer. this would be pretty great to have in my new tool box!

  13. #13 - Katie Panter says:

    This would have been handy to have this past week as I have replaced 40 or so cabinet knobs and handles. Would love to win!!!

  14. #14 - Kat says:

    This would come in so handy! I’m a new homeowner, so I have a pile of tools I keep dragging from room to room. This would be all I need to carry!

  15. #15 - Audrey says:

    What a nice looking tool!!I would love my own hammer/screw driver so I wouldn’t need to wade through my husbands tool box drawers looking for what I need anymore!! Thank you !!

  16. #16 - Faith K says:

    Like you, I’m always digging in hubby’s toolbox. It’s time I had tools of my own! Thank for the chance to win this wonderful prize.

  17. #17 - Elaine says:

    Looks like a nice tool to add to my collection. I love having my own tools in my craft room!

  18. #18 - Linda Vinson says:

    What a clever tool!! Thank you for the opportunity!

  19. #19 - Mary Ann Potter says:

    What a wonderful, handy tool! I’d love to win one. I build miniature buildings, and I surely would put one of these to good use! Thanks, Cathe, for the opportunity!

  20. #20 - vera says:

    Wow, such a great tool!
    thanks for this chance to win 🙂
    Looks very handy!


  21. #21 - Kelly Blydenburgh says:

    Looks good, does so much! If this tool came with a rapier wit, I may have to look at my husband in a new light. 😉

  22. #22 - Carey Davis says:

    That thing is awesome!! I think this could make a great “go-to” gift for my handy friends and family.

  23. #23 - Kym says:

    Is it weird that I’m feeling out over this? It’s very very cool and I want one! Thanks for the giveaway!

  24. #24 - Daniel S. says:

    i could put this to good use.

  25. #25 - Dawn says:

    Holy moly! That is awesome! I love the flexible attachment.

  26. #26 - Ally says:

    My husband’s workshop it’s in such a mess I can never find anything (and neither can he!) I’d love to have this as my go-to tool for all the little jobs I want to do but don’t want towait for him to get around to.

  27. #27 - Mel Vige says:

    That tool would get so much use around my house! Looks like a great tool.

  28. #28 - Jen Y says:

    I had to smile at the adjective ‘relevant’ – I guess you get a lot of spammers.

    This tool looks like it would be great for aging hands to use! I guess all of have those. I sure would love to try it.

  29. #29 - cindy says:

    Such a nifty tool! Would be helpful for me to have an all in 1 tool to use around the house! Thanks for the giveaway!

  30. #30 - hausfrauChelsea says:

    My mom has one of these and I’ve been coveting it since she brought it on her last visit (I put her to work on house repairs!). They are so handy!

  31. #31 - Shawn B! says:

    Love the flexible screwdriver attachment! Thanks for the giveaway!

  32. #32 - Adrienne says:

    I love that it has a hammer side and a soft mallet side–much better than me putting foam over my hammer and attempting to “soft hammer.” My mom and I could do some serious work with that baby!

  33. #33 - Holly j says:

    I love that you can do everything with one tool! So convienent!

  34. #34 - jackie D says:

    Cathe, That tools is awesome, along with crafting, I’m constantly fixing stuff around the house and church and never have the right tool. If I don’t win one I will have to go find one. Thanks and hope you have a great day

  35. #35 - CrazyMomTats! says:

    Ooo – this would be great for odd jobs around the house! Looks like a terrific all-in-one tool!

  36. #36 - kbo says:

    would be nice to have in my sewing/craft room.

  37. #37 - Heather Ales says:

    Now THAT is a brilliant tool. I’m always looking for a racheting screwdriver and I LOVE the flexible attachment! Awesome!!

  38. #38 - Natalie Weible says:

    I would absolutely love to win one of these. I live in an old house and I’m constantly finding things that need a quick fix. This would be the perfect tool for all the small repairs that I have to make.

  39. #39 - Sharon Wall says:

    Love the compact all-in-one tool. Would be great for all those household job. Thank you for the opportunity to win one.

  40. #40 - Jennie S says:

    I have odd jobs to do all the time! What better tool to use than this!

  41. #41 - Cherri Peavy says:

    I would love to have that tool. I can never find a hammer or screw driver when I need one.

  42. #42 - Gwen says:

    I NEEEEEED this in my tool kit! I’m the one who fixes everything around the house these days.

  43. #43 - Dana says:

    Ooooooh! This is really cool! I think my husband will think so too so it will have to go in the secret stash with the chocolate 🙂

  44. #44 - Elaine says:

    Cathe, you share the best things! And I have shared this one with a friend. Looks great, such a nice offer!

  45. #45 - laurie - magpie ethel says:

    If I had a tool like this I would not have to try and hunt this or that tool down in my husband’s disorganized workshop…I would have my own in one spot!

  46. #46 - dymphna says:

    i worked with multi tools before and love them

  47. #47 - Nancy B says:

    I enjoy spending time in a hardware store but somehow missed seeing this tool. What a great idea! thanks again for the chance to win.

  48. #48 - Cindy G. says:

    That flexible screwdriver attachment looks like it would come in very handy. I never knew something like that existed!

  49. #49 - kelly says:

    THANK YOU for telling me about this tool! We’ve just moved and I have been lugging around a toolbox that has all of these tools in it to every room I go for hanging stuff, fixing stuff, etc.

    I hope to win, but if I don’t, this is totally on my “To Buy” list.

  50. #50 - Michelle says:

    Now I’m a woman who loves all her well-made individual tools, but WOW, that looks like one incredibly versatile and handy tool! If I had one I’d likely keep it in a belt loop or my bag at all times. What a great find, thanks for sharing!

  51. #51 - Sarah says:

    Wow, what a tool!! I am always organizing to make room for more stuff. This all-in-one would save me some space! Thanks for a chance to get an amazing tool.

  52. #52 - Jana R. says:

    Very cool tool. I would love to have something I could hid from my husband and then save just for my use!

  53. #53 - DMeredith says:

    My husband will be so jealous, and I’ll save so many trips out to his tool box. Great giveaway!

  54. #54 - Erica H says:

    What a fabulous tool! Thanks for sharing these tips with us. I’d of course love to win one.

  55. #55 - Mary Howe says:

    I really want this tool. And I would tell my husband hands off!!!

  56. #56 - Susan Graben says:

    The idea of not having to wear a tool apron when trying to do a small repair is SO appealing!

  57. #57 - Debbie says:

    Wow I would love to have this tool in my arisonal for DIY projects!
    You have the most wonderful blog I visit weekly!
    Thanks for sharing!

  58. #58 - Melanie Thompson says:

    Would love to have one of these! I think they’d make an awesome high school graduation present (because I used the heels of my shoes as a hammer for years), but I have a feeling once I got one in my hands I wouldn’t be able to give it away.

  59. #59 - Willa McNeill says:

    Only pink would be an improvement. Then the guys would not steal it. This gadget has all the tools I need in one handy spot!

  60. #60 - Carolyn Madvig says:

    It’s great to have one tool that will do so much! I can imagine using this in my own studio almost daily. Thanks for offering it!

  61. #61 - kim says:

    Perfect. A ratcheting screw driver would be handy. Best of all- the tools are all in one place. that makes them harder to lose.

  62. #62 - Gayle Erwin says:

    Wow. I love it, all the function none of the space in the tool box.

  63. #63 - Ruth C says:

    This would be great for my sewing room. I have sewing tools and a screwdriver, but I need a hammer or a mallet on a fairly regular basis but I keep them in the basement with the regular tools. I’d love to have a useful multi-tool there.

  64. #64 - Shannon Martinson says:

    This looks like a great tool to have around the house, I’d love a chance to try it out.

  65. #65 - SuzyMcQ says:

    If I were lucky enough to win this wonderful tool, I wouldn’t tell anyone in my home and I would hide it so the tool thief who lives here and spirits away screwdrivers and wrenches and hammers couldn’t abscond with it!

  66. #66 - Karyn Miracle says:

    LOVE this! I def need one for when my husband’s not around to help! I could really get things done!! Thank you!

  67. #67 - Heidi says:

    That looks so awesome! I’ve been wanting to get a rubber mallet, and my husband and I are constantly asking where the other left the hammer 🙂 Thanks for sharing!

  68. #68 - angelagudde says:

    Totally loving this! How great it would be for the somewhat impatient people like me who don’t tend to grab all they need before they jump into a project 🙂

  69. #69 - VickyC says:

    That looks so compact and handy, would love to win one!

  70. #70 - lynaeve says:

    thanks for the chance

  71. #71 - domestic diva says:

    This looks really handy. I’d love to have one for myself.

  72. #72 - Annie says:

    That looks like a perfect tool! I’d love one!

  73. #73 - Sparrow says:

    This would be so handy to keep in my toolkit!

  74. #74 - Melissa M says:

    I would love one of these to replace that garish pink hammer that a well-meaning relative gave me years ago. I cringe every time that I have to use it, but it works, so I find myself hard-pressed to justify replacing it. I like pink, but this is a baby pink that reminds me of infants. And infants shouldn’t have hammers!

  75. #75 - Anita T. says:

    It would be lovely to have my own tool for my studio. I can never find what I need in my spouse’s workshop…

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  77. #76 - Laurie Kearnes says:

    Well, this little tool looks like a keeper! I’d love to keep one!

    Thanks for the giveaway chance!

  78. #77 - Wendi says:

    That looks absolutely amazing! Thanks for the opportunity!

  79. #78 - Amy says:

    What a cool tool! I am going to buy one for my dad — he will love it! (unless I win one, of course!) 🙂

  80. #79 - Kelly D says:

    I could use a versatile tool like this. Thanks.

  81. #80 - Jane Jennings says:

    This tool is totally awesome! I’d love to have an all in one tool just for myself. I would totally hide this and keep it for myself in my studio!
    Thanks for this great opportunity to win!

  82. #82 - Mel Baker says:

    Love this! I am divorced and am now the handy person in our household. Ex got most of the tools. I love the simplicity and space saving of this tools. Thanks for the chance! Love your style!

  83. #83 - Felicia says:

    What a cool multi-function tool! I can really use this – especially that flexible screwdriver attachment. I have a few spots in my house that are hard to reach with regular screwdrivers.

  84. #84 - Juli Ondrush says:

    This would be a wonderful addition to my camping supplies! Thanks xoxo

  85. #85 - YooperGal says:

    Wow! That looks awesome!

  86. #86 - susan w says:

    And I thought the screwdrivers with removable changeable heads were cool! I would glue a rare earth magnet near the hammer head to hold nails, etc. (I did this on my ‘ordinary’ hammer – quite handy). I would love to have one of these

  87. #87 - Zach says:

    The flexible head is the key attraction to me. Too many times I’ve had to rig something to reach a hard to reach screw. I’d love to see a couple more features added on tastefully – such as inch/metric measurements on the side for quick reference or a pry bar edge at the top of the hammer head. I haven’t felt it yet, but a longer handle (for more leverage) might be nice, too.

  88. #88 - Heather says:

    Awesome tool! And a nice giveaway…

  89. #89 - Lynn says:

    That is by far the best gadget ever! I have a small toolbox filled
    with some of my husbands cast offs, this would be sooo much better!
    The only improvement would be if it came in pink (or turquoise) 🙂

  90. #90 - Lacey says:

    I’d love to have that tool!

  91. #91 - Lizi B says:

    These look so fun and useful! As a single lady it’s time to up my arsenal of handy tools 🙂

  92. #92 - Kathy Waxler says:

    Oooooh. What a cool tool! Thanks for the chance to win one!

  93. #93 - nancy holter says:

    What a fantastic all-in-one tool! All it is missing is a retractable tape and a flashlight. How great it would be to have an entire tool box in one easy to take along tool.

  94. #94 - Merri Jo says:

    Wow, what a clever tool. I love multi-function items–just so practical!

  95. #95 - Tanya says:

    What an awesome space saver that would be for someone who doesn’t really have room for all those tools separately

  96. #96 - susan hall says:

    I need this tool, so I can find everything I need in one place!

  97. #97 - Barbara Albrecht says:

    Now there’s a TOOL! I know of at least 3 things that need fixing around here that would be easier to fix with the cool flexible screwdriver included with the OddJob! So handy to have and easy to store…yep…I NEED the OddJob!

  98. #98 - Cate says:

    Not only can I really use this tool around the house, but I’m thinking about getting them for my two sons who recently graduated from college. And for my nieces who are about to graduate from high school and law school and college. This will replace a drawer full of odds and ends tools I keep in the house (the rest being who knows where in the garage!).

  99. #99 - kim says:

    Whoa! That would be an awesome tool to have on my work desk! Please enter my name…

  100. #100 - Robyn Brown says:

    Oh yes, I could use that puppy around here!

  101. #101 - Tracy says:

    How I would love to have this tool as my very own – rather than scouring through my husband’s tool chest!

  102. #102 - Shari Harniss says:

    How handy would this little baby be?! Love to win this!

  103. #103 - Cathy Lane says:

    Even though I have a garage full of tools I think everyone should have some small tools in a kitchen drawer. This looks grand! It also looks like a great shower gift or a gift for a kid going off to college or living alone for the first time. I love multi tools that have useful items.

  104. #104 - Yvonne says:

    when it comes to odd jobs around the house, I’m the go-to person. This tool looks amazing. many thanks for the giveaway.

  105. #105 - Claire says:

    I love the idea of having such a versatile tool for my craft area. I really hate running out to the garage to get a hammer or a screw driver, when I just need a quick fix.

  106. #106 - Sherry says:

    to sum it up!***Swoon***not just this tool, your blog, your posts, your amazing mind full of fantastic ideas….
    Thanks Cathe!

  107. #107 - Pat Baker says:

    Wowie Zowie! I am always looking for one tool or the other – NEVER have them all in one place when I need them, seems like! This would be great to keep on a hook in my studio – any tool I need at my disposal with one grab!

  108. #108 - Tammy Moore says:

    You had me with the screwdriver attachment! I can’t tell you how many times I’ve just plain given up if I can’t get a screwdriver where I want an item to go!
    I would also have to hide this from my husband – but that’s why I need one in the first place! All my tools end up in the garage with his and I can never find them! Thanks for the offer, and off to add this to my Amazon wishlist!

  109. #109 - ASH Designs says:

    Thank you for the giveaway. This is a nice looking tool. It would be nice not to make trips to the supply closet to get each of the tools that are included when putting together ikea furniture or any other assemblies.

  110. #110 - sarajane says:

    Oooh! That is the PERFECT junk drawer tool. Except that it’s not some crazy color, like pink, to keep my husband from absconding with it. Thanks for the offer! Can’t wait for the studio reveal!

  111. #111 - Chris says:

    I don’t know what I’d do with all the extra space in my craft tool box! Seriously, that’s a very nifty tool. I’d love to win one, but if not then this may end up on the hubby’s “I never know what to get you” list.

  112. #112 - Amy says:

    I am such a tool junkie and I especially love tools that have multiple uses. I can already think of a dozen projects I could use this on!!!

  113. #113 - Julia D. says:

    Now that would be a great little tool to have. Love all the added little features. Thanks for sharing and giving us the opportunity to have one as well.

  114. #114 - g pickering says:

    Wow – what a great tool – it really covers a lot of uses. Thanks for sharing – I love your blog, and you always have great ideas. The OddJob would really be a great addition to my studio – i’m always rummaging around for a hammer, or standard screwdriver, and having the bits tucked inside is genius!

  115. #115 - Jane S. says:

    Well isn’t that a handy gadget! Many years ago my husband gave me a toolbox full of “woman” tools, hammers and screwdrivers that maybe weren’t as heavy duty as the ones he had in his shop. Mysteriously, all my woman tools have disappeared…hmmm…so having something like this would be fantastic! Easy to hide away too so that it wouldn’t end up in his shop. 😉

  116. #116 - Maria Elena says:

    I love that this tool has a small mallet in addition to all the other features. Crescent was smart to send you this tool. My husband wants me to buy some as gifts for four family members but I’m hoping I win this one. 🙂

  117. #117 - Rach Johnston says:

    That is really cool, and it would be nice to have one tool in my work room and not have to have a lot more. Great giveaway, Thanks

  118. #118 - Martha says:

    I have been getting a small craft area set up. The two important things I need are a soft mallet and screw drivers. This tool would be perfect.

  119. #119 - Lisa says:

    What a cool tool! I would keep this close by & at the ready!

  120. #120 - Ramona says:

    that looks awesome! I’m always stealing my husband’s tools!

  121. #121 - jody says:

    Thank you for the chance to enter this drawing. I would love to give this a try!

  122. #122 - Amy says:

    This tool would be very useful for all of our household projects. Thanks for the chance to win one!

  123. #123 - enidb says:

    This looks like the new go-to tool. We have some tool sets that frequently get pulled out when there’s a quick job, but this looks like it could replace most of those.

  124. #124 - Wendy Orme says:

    What an awesome giveaway! We never seem to have the right tool for the job…this would really help out!

  125. #125 - Teri says:

    I am in Love with this tool. From the shape that appeals to my old hands to all the different options without having to put down one tool to pick up another. I need one of these in my tool box. Maybe one for His tool box too.


  126. #126 - Gloria McAllister says:

    This is the perfect tool for me. An all-in-one! Quite an amazing little invention there. Count me in.

  127. #127 - Noreen says:

    What a great idea for a tool! I like that it has a mallet end as well as the hard end of a hammer. And it’s really neat that the screwdriver tips and utility knife can be kept in the handle, so they are always handy. Thanks for the chance to win one!

  128. #128 - sharon says:

    wow, does that look like fun!! thank you for the chance to win!!

  129. #129 - Jane S says:

    Another amazing giveaway. Thanks so much for the chance. Looks like a great tool to have around. Jane S

  130. #130 - nina says:

    Wow! this looks amazing! I live in a tiny apartment, where space is at a premium. It would be amazing to have a tool that does all these things

  131. #131 - Jessica says:

    This is the coolest tool I have ever seen! I would definitely need to keep this away from the hubbie!

  132. #132 - Alicia says:

    So many projects come to mind…fabulous!

  133. #133 - Katie Contests says:

    What a great idea! Cool product. Thanks for the giveaway!

  134. #134 - Colleayn says:

    This looks like the best tool ever! I need to win this!

  135. #135 - Mary G. says:

    I LOVE tools! This is so clever and useful. What a great design!

  136. #136 - Linda Vaughn says:

    Great Tool! Would love to have that in my studio.

  137. #137 - Jill says:

    One tool instead of finding the 4 it replaces? NICE! This is a go-in-the-kitchen-junk-drawer, so I can leave the others in the garage.

  138. #138 - Mary Hewes says:

    The handle looks more comfortable then my hardwood hammer and the screwdriver comes with it. What a great deal! Thank You

  139. #139 - gretchen says:

    I love that big, flat pounding surface!

  140. #140 - Dawn says:

    What a handy, little tool! I know that I could put this to good use!

  141. #141 - Dorothy says:

    That is pret-ty nifty! I like the part that’s curved, so handy-dandy!

  142. #142 - Callieh says:

    We’ll be moving soon to a smaller home…this will replace a BUNCH of tools!

  143. #143 - Lisa McD says:

    How handy! And clever – great idea to hide extra bits in handle. Would have to hide this one from the guys in my house 🙂

  144. #144 - LisaT says:

    What a clever idea! I love that it is brightly colored for high visibility.

  145. #145 - Sue Prescott says:

    Looks like the BEST tool ever! Will wait to hear that I’m the winner! TY

  146. #146 - Carla says:

    Love the looks of this! Except I may put some pink paint on mine for identification! It never fails when I get a good tool, it disappears in my husband’s shop…

  147. #147 - Nicci Mangano says:

    I’ve recently set up a studio as well, so I understand the need to have tools on hand. I love how there’s so many combined into one on the OddJob Tool!

  148. #148 - Sheryl Remy says:

    What a useful tool. A great item to have in the toolbox and colorful too.

  149. #149 - Tina W. says:

    This would be a great addition for my craft studio! I’m all about tools that are all-in-one and compact. I also don’t have to go digging in my husband’s tool drawers! Thanks for a chance to win!

  150. #150 - Jacque says:

    What a great tool to have in my art studio! Just one tool for many different purposes…love that.

  151. #151 - Lee W says:

    This would be a great addition to my craft table– but I think I would also need to share it with my husband! Thanks for the great opportunity!

  152. #152 - Rupa says:

    I love handy little, simple tools that are versatile! PS: I still get warnings that it’s an attack site. I hope it’s clean since I come here from my work PC some times and I don’t want to get attacked!

  153. #153 - Kelly says:

    I lay my hammer or screwdriver down and cannot ever find them! How awesome is this tool?

  154. #154 - Nancy D says:

    Wow, this is really a cool tool!! These are the kind of tools that I am constantly looking for! This is a must have for every home, crafter, DIYer!! I love it!

  155. #155 - Molly says:

    I adore having my own tools. This would be my favorite. Having all those options together in one place….fabulous!!!!

  156. #156 - Gini Cooper says:

    The OddJob is amazing. I would love to win one, but will be going to Amazon to put one on my wish list. I am always having trouble finding all my tools in the closet, so to have all in one and so brightly colored would be wonderful. I especially like the soft mallet, something I occasionally need and try to make do with a towel wrapped around my hammer. Thanks for reviewing this!

  157. #157 - Becky says:

    What a cool tool! I’d love to have one…

  158. #158 - Peggy says:

    I think that OddJob would be a perfect addition to my tool box. It would certainly have to be hidden from my Hub.

  159. #159 - CindyB says:

    WOW! I could get rid of a lot of things in my overstuffed tool box if I had this handy dandy tool. Plus, losing it would not be an issue with it’s bright color!

  160. #160 - Kathy says:

    Looks like an amazing useful tool! Lots of jobs and just one tool!

  161. #161 - Jessica says:

    My husband just told me today that I wasn’t allowed to use his tools anymore because he always ends up finding them in my craft room – oops! This little tool looks like it would be very handy- would help to keep upstairs so I wouldn’t have to run downstairs to the garage every time I need a hammer or screwdriver.

  162. #162 - Holly Martin says:

    What a nifty tool! This would be a great little gadget to keep in my craft room! Thanks for the chance to win!

  163. #163 - Sue H. says:

    What a dandy little tool!

  164. #164 - June Minard says:

    Hello..absolutely love your site/blog. I love crafting and especially upcycling myself, but am not very proficient with a computer or with coherent instructions. So I especially love sites like yours for inspiration. Its fabulous..just wanted you to know. Keep posting..i will keep reading.

  165. #165 - Sara says:

    What a great invention! I could get rid of my tool basket with this all-in-one OddJob tool. Thanks for the generous offer.

  166. #166 - Lisa Ray says:

    I have a facebook page Life Can Be Simple,stumbled upon yours there and loved it.

  167. #167 - Amanda S says:

    Oh I totally need this I am moving soon and will need this tool will help me break down, put up and finish/start a few project I have for the new place!!!

  168. #168 - Barbie says:

    I just found your website today – lucky me! I LOVE your ideas and inspiration. I recently started a business re-purposing furniture and other vintage finds. My husband would love for me to have my own tools, but I’m on a shoe-string budget, so for now I borrow his. . . Winning this little baby would be a real blessing! Thanks for the opportunity!

  169. #169 - Suz Warren says:

    Wow that tool looks really nice. I could use one of those!

  170. #170 - Janet M. says:

    LOVE the compact nature of this tool….great idea! Would love to win one!

  171. #171 - Laura says:

    As a single girl in Chicago, I’ve collected a few tools to get me through moving multiple times, but it would certainly be nice to reference just ONE thing in the time of (redecorating!) need.

  172. #172 - ruby t says:

    I love tools and I can see that this one could have a place in my studio.
    The flexible screwdriver attachment would be so useful as I have found myself needing a tool such as this more than a few times. A plus for the compactness.
    You always have a good feature be it tools or tips…thanks

  173. #173 - Melissa Waterbury says:

    What a work horse of a tool! Love the attachment to access hard to reach screws, thanks for the chance to win one. Melissa W.

  174. #174 - Romona Harrison says:

    I think this product (Crescent® OddJob™ Tool) is awesome. Everything is contained in one place which makes it very easy for a crafter. Lovin it!!!

  175. #175 - Debbie Schrank says:

    Please put my name in the contest. I could soooo use this handy tool! Thank you!

  176. #176 - Danyelle says:

    Such a neat tool, looks like it would make a great grad gift too!

  177. #177 - Lynne says:

    this looks like a really useful tool! I would hide it so I would always know where to find it when I needed it ;D I especially like the soft mallet side- that’s something I can never find, yet often need!
    Thanks for the opportunity!

  178. #178 - Petronella Sabol says:

    That looks like the perfect tool!
    Can’t wait to see your finished barn studio…

  179. #179 - Suz says:

    Oh, this is just what I need; my small tool box always has tools missing (because mine is handy INSIDE); so I’d hide this in my crafting supplies! Thanks!

  180. #180 - Debby NaDell says:

    My husband and I built our home from the ground up. This sure would have come in handy ;D I like that flexible screwdrive attachment. I sure could have used that plenty of times. This tool looks like they thought of everything!!! Thanks for a chance to win one <3

  181. #181 - Molly Lee says:

    Awesome tool! What a terrific item to keep in the craft room! I love that it efficiently combines so many useful items into one attractive item!

  182. #182 - Heather says:

    Oh this would be an awesome thing to add to my “Mom” tool bag. Just the other day my hubby was wishing he had a flexible screwdriver tip!! I’d love to win!! Thanks to you both for the chance to win!

  183. #183 - jeanne fitzgerald says:

    This is a must have tool ! I love it!