This post is sponsored by The Home Depot. Last year, our intrepid tool reviewer Phil did a deep dive into the DeWalt FlexVolt Cordless Compressor. Yup, it’s a CORDLESS compressor (but not hose-less)! Phil was firing off nails faster than Trump sends out tweets, and the DeWalt FlexVolt kept up with all the action. This month, we’re giving away the Dewalt FLEXVOLT 2.5 Gal. 60-Volt MAX Brushless Cordless Air Compressor Kit to one lucky Home Fixated reader absolutely free! OK, technically it’s not “absolutely fee.” There is some work involved, but it’s the kind of work you can do from your couch, with your laptop, while savoring sips or chugging your favorite adult beverage, in your pajamas. That doesn’t sound so bad, does it?
Aside from freeing you from the restrictive tether of plugging into wall outlets, the DeWalt FLEXVOLT 2.5 Gal. 60-Volt MAX Brushless Cordless Air Compressor holds it’s own vs. any other similarly-sized corded compressor. Phil also liked the “one turn” pressure regulator for ultra-simple pressure setting. For anyone that has ever tried to dial-in the perfect pressure using a plus & minus knob, you know how amazing this feature is likely to be.
Not sure you want the shot at winning a FREE Dewalt FLEXVOLT 2.5 Gal. 60-Volt MAX Brushless Cordless Air Compressor Kit?! Check out what a few pro’s have to say about it:
Still not convinced you want to win? Check out Phil’s full review of the Dewalt FLEXVOLT 2.5 Gal. 60-Volt MAX Brushless Cordless Air Compressor Kit and contemplate the $299 you’ll be saving IF you’re the winner!
How to Enter to Win
Doh! You’re too late! Brian B of Thurmont, Maryland was the lucky fellow who won this absolutely free DeWalt Cordless Compressor! Stay tuned to HomeFixated.com and subscribe to our weekly emails so you’re the first to know about our latest giveaway!
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