Product testers wanted for new cordless hammer drill  

LEBANON, Ind. – Festool is launching a nationwide search across the United States for trade professionals and advanced DIYers to test its Quadrive TPC 18/4 cordless hammer drill. Trade professionals and advanced DIYers can apply until Sept. 11.

Festool will select 10 winners who will put the TPC 18/4 to the test and share their product photos and video reviews with Festool. The company may share the testers’ reviews on its social media channels so others can get a deeper sense of how Festool power tools are “built better to build better.”

Each product tester will receive one TPC 18/4 Cordless Hammer Drill Set that includes the TPC 18/4 Cordless Hammer Drill, two 4.0 Ah batteries, TCL 6 charger, right angle chuck, eccentric chuck, Centrotec chuck, metal chuck, depth stop chuck and socket adapter, valued at $860.00.

The 10 testers will agree to use the tool during their normal day on the jobsite or in the workshop and document their experience. 

Interested candidates should register by Sept. 11 by visiting  Festool will notify winners by Sept. 19. 

Festool launched the QUADRIVE TPC 18/4 Cordless Hammer Drill earlier this year as part of the company’s comprehensive and robust cordless lineup. Powerful and versatile with four gears to address nearly any application, the QUADRIVE TPC 18/4 Cordless Hammer Drill is ready for wood, metal, masonry, and more. Next to being a truly multifunctional 18-volt hammer drill, the robust four-speed metal gearbox and the wide selection of chucks make the TPC 18/4 stand out. With its enormous power and high speeds, it can handle even the toughest tasks.


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