If you haven't tried Irwin's bi-metal utility knife blades, I recommend
them. I've found they stay sharp longer and resist bending better than
regular blades. Good stuff. Even better, Irwin wants to give you a
pack of 5 of them for free - go to www.irwin.com/blueblade and click
the "Get 5 blades free" banner. OK, so I might be a sucker for
advertising gimmicks, but if they want to send me free blades, that's
fine by me.
No affiliation with anyone, I just like quality stuff.
How on earth could you try Irwin blades with a last name like
yours? I do realize you have too many n's and that the corporate
borgs have intertwined.
(top posted for your convenience)
Keep the whole world singing . . . .
DanG (remove the sevens)
I know, I have been given a hard time before on this! However, here in
NZ, Lennox blades are never seen. The glass/ceramic Lenox is here, as
is the Lennox A/C. I might have the Lennox/Lenox thing wrong here, but
I understand in early Scotland the locals were non too literate so
Not free at all - you paid them with your personal contact information.
Just for kicks I've started a list of the non-important companies I
submit my info to - but I intentionally botch something to see if and
where that info ends up. For example, in completing this Irwin offer I
spelled my first name as Owyn. Now anything emailed or USPS'd to Owyn
Lowe is easily identified as having the Irwin offer as the source.
Not very productive perhaps but it could be interesting if I keep up
with tracking the incoming stuff and the dates.
On Wed, 30 Nov 2005 21:09:14 -0800, Fly-by-Night CC
I use Spamgourmet for this tracking. Check them out at
www.spamgourmet.com With hardly any effort, you just make up a unique
email address each time you give it out. Then you have absolute proof
of who sells your info. It works great.
I tired them and I thought they sucked. well they are not all that
sharp that's my only real complaint. but they sucked at cutting
cardboard. I sharpened one and it helped but what's the point? if it
is duller then I like they are not worth the extra cost.
affordable handmade wooden planes
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