Skip to comments.DIY Network is looking for the coolest undiscovered tool in America!
Posted on 12/03/2008 3:01:51 AM PST by Cindy
DIY Network is looking for the coolest undiscovered tool in America!
Click through our gallery of the inventions that have already been submitted, tell us what you think of them and give them your own ranking.
Then, if you think you have an invention thats equal or better, upload your own! If Chris Grundy and the Cool Tools team pick your invention, you could win $10,000 and be featured in a future episode of Cool Tools!
Remember to include with your video:
Your name and city Your invention A demonstration of your invention Dont forget creativity and enthusiasm they count big time!
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Looks pretty cool to me, so I'm sharing it with you all.
You’re welcome backhoe.
Oh my gosh... well, I suppose if you have to much pectin in the jelly, maybe.
I use honey, myself.
I cant show you a picture of it and my wife keeps it with her everywhere she goes.
Which end do you smoke out of?
Interesting...that plow for the rear hitch might actually work for me. I don’t really need a full size plow...just need to move the heavy crap the snow plow dumped at the end of my driveway.
The ambihelical hexnut - you have to screw it all the way on before you can screw it off; when you reach the end of the thread just keep screwing in the same direction and it will unscrew.
I love the thing for the circular saw. I am definitely going to buy one, since I’m fond of my fingers.
mark for at home viewing.
It said undiscovered tool. I was going to submit Harry Reid and Henry Waxman.
ping for your interest
I wish I had a photo of it but my favorite tool that I designed was pretty brutal.
I needed to make a very specif cut on a piece of trim wood so I borrowed my neighbors 8” disk sander, removed the disk and put a circular saw blade on it.
It looked like it would have worked great in a horror movie. Cut the trim well too, but ended up destroying the sander.
Yep, some of the films were pretty creative.
Fingers are good — all of them.
That may not work as they are not tools of substance and definitely not the sharpest tools in the shed.
Destroyed the sander?
Not to run this thread off the rails, the following may not qualify as a tool but it is certainly a process and is underutilized, almost undiscovered one might say.
The vetting process of ensuring candidate is qualified to run for POTUS.
Do you have something to enter?
Actually it worked for what I needed but when I was removing the blade, an unrelated part broke internally. It was under warranty and replaced even though I was truthful and told them that I was not in any way using the tool for it’s intended purpose.
What is it?
Smiling at you...
Your tag line is hilarious!
Oakley makes the shades that transform a tool.
I liked how Bill Murray used a leaf blower to “just tidy up a little bit” in Caddyshack.
That looks like a space age tomahawk.
Nope. At least, nothing that would rate “coolest tool”...
I bet you are misunderestimating yourself.
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