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2009 Holiday Wish List: Winners Announced

comments (1) January 11th, 2010 in blogs

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We reveal your four most requested woodworking items for 2009. - CLICK TO ENLARGE

We reveal your four most requested woodworking items for 2009.


Congratulations to the winners of our "Giveaway and Poll: The Most Requested Woodworking Gifts of 2009."

Laguna DriftMaster Bandsaw Fence
Harvey Wildes
Laguna LT Ceramic Bandsaw Guides
Lawrence Lucas
60 1/2 Adjustable Mouth Block Plane
Shannon Brantley
Lie-Nielsen Brass Cross Penn Hammer
Hubert Kunnemeyer

Leigh 18" Dovetail Jig
Thomas Charland

Oneida Dust Deputy Deluxe
Michael Shelley

 Below you'll find the final breakdown of polling results in descending order of popularity (top three). Perhaps the most intriguing results came from the "Most Popular Shop Gear" category. Good old lumber took the top spot and we can't help but wonder if perhaps that is a reflection of the tough economic times we're facing these days. Folks could have gone with clamps for the top spot, or perhaps even a bench. Instead, it was a simple stock pile of materials that most folks were after. 

Most Popular Hand Tools

• Lie-Nielsen Shoulder Plane - 7%

• Lie Nielsen Low-Angle Jack Plane - 5%

• Chisels - 5%

 

Most Popular Power Tools

• Lee Valley Grinder Rest and Jig - 16%

• Track Saw - 15%

• Cordless Drill - 12%

 

Most Popular Machinery

• 8" Jointer - 11%

• Bandsaw - 10%

• Belt/Drum/Disk Sander - 9%

 

Most Popular Shop Gear, Jigs, Accessories

• Lumber - 8%

• Clamps - 6%

• Woodworking Books - 5%



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Comments (1)

hubiedoo517 hubiedoo517 writes: Wow I never thought for a minute I would win anything. Thank You Fine Woodworking and Lie-Nielson for the hammer. I was wondering if I have to do something to claim the prize? I almost bought that same hammer not too long ago. Thanks again...

Hubert Kunnemeyer
Posted: 8:22 pm on January 13th

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