Festool announces summer cordless giveaway 
July 6, 2022 | 10:23 am CDT

For professional tradespeople seeking to elevate their cordless power tool lineup, Festool is hosting a giveaway of some of its cordless tools.

The manufacturer of precision-engineered and durable power tool solutions is allowing eight lucky winners to win pieces of the company’s comprehensive, high-performance cordless power tool lineup.  
The Festool Summer Cordless Giveaway includes a total of eight prizes valued at approximately $4,876. Prizes include state-of-the-art cordless solutions such as the TSC 55 K cordless track saw, the OSC basic set cordless oscillator, and the powerful and ergonomic T18 easy basic cordless drill.  
The 1st and 2nd prize winners will receive:  

  • 1 energy set  
  • 1 TSC 55 K basic cordless track saw 
  • 1 T18 Easy basic cordless drill 
  • 1 OSC basic sot cordless Oscillator  
  • 1 FS 1400 LR / 32 guide rail 

The 3rd and 4th prize winners will receive: 

  • 1 T18 easy plus cordless drill 

 The 5th through 8th prize winners will receive: 

  • Cooltainer M 437 portable cooler 


  • Toprock Bluetooth speaker 

The giveaway will run from Thursday, June 30 through Friday, July 15. Winners will be announced on Monday, July 18.    

Festool’s leading cordless power tool solutions drive efficiency in the shop and on the job site. Professional tradespeople seeking innovative power tool solutions will have the opportunity to win several tools from Festool’s cordless lineup of tools that operate accurately, safely, and quickly.  

Participants must either login to their MyFestool account or create a free MyFestool account at www.festoolusa.com/myfestool. Click the contest link at the top of the MyFestool page, click the application form weblink, complete the Contest form, and submit the ballot as instructed.

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