Win a Ridgid Cordless Compressor?!

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What's This?This post is sponsored by The Home Depot. Not long ago we reviewed the Ridgid 18v Cordless Compressor, which was playfully nicknamed the Cute Brute. In our testing, this little powerhouse saved the day when the power was out on a job site. It also proved itself handy powering finish nailers and even blowdrying a bike chain. Why are we telling you all this? Because we’re giving one of these pint-sized powerhouses away in early December!

While you might wonder why you’d want to go cordless on something that still requires being tethered to an air hose, you’d be surprised. Job sites are often sans power and the Ridgid 18v Cordless Compressor with brushless motor keeps you powered and aired-up without being tied to an electrical outlet. According to Ridgid, they’re even capable of driving 1200 brad nails. I don’t know about you, but it’s beer-o’clock long before I managed to drive 1200 brad nails.

Don’t let its lack of power cord deceive you.

These beasties normally will set you back about $200, but one lucky Home Fixated reader is going to win one absolutely free. Ok, “absolutely” might not be 100% accurate, you do have to put a little work in – but not much!

How to Enter to Win

Doh! You’re too late! Tommy S of Oldsmar, Florida was the lucky fellow who won this absolutely free Ridgid Cordless Compressor! Stay tuned to and subscribe to our weekly emails so you’re the first to know about our latest giveaway!

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From tire top-offs to finish nailing, this compressor can do it!

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About Marc Lyman

Marc grew up under a brave single mom who "encouraged" home improvement on the family home. Early toddler gifts included a tool set, and even a cordless Bosch drill when cordless drills first came out. In grade school (give or take a few years), Marc's mom said, "We need to cut down some trees. . . . here's a chainsaw." A father figure also involved Marc in many home improvement projects, including a summer of home remodeling in Palo Alto, CA. Toss in some Obsessive Compulsive personality traits researching everything home improvement related. The end result: a genetically pre-disposed, socially sculpted home improvement machine! For his complete profile, please visit our About page. Really, it's worth it.

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11 thoughts on “Win a Ridgid Cordless Compressor?!”

  1. Seems both of the kids have purchased new/old homes this year and who do they call to help fix the fixer uppers, dear ole’ dad. I love my kids but packing tools up multiple times seems more like weight lifting than wood working sometimes. This Ridgid Cordless Compressor would be a great option to throw in the truck.

  2. One less cord count me in. My current cordless nailer (hammer)hits my nail holding device (hand) a little too often so a compressed plus my gun would help me solve that problem.

  3. That cordless compressor would be an excellent addition to all the other Ridgid tools in my shop. It would also be handy to stash in the back of the truck when we go camping; a step up from the air tank I take now … that’s a slow way to top of one of the truck’s tires.

    Seriously, I’ve had my eye on one of those since I saw Ridgid’s announcement and you did your review.

  4. when putting down your tub put plastic so the wood underneath will not soak up all the water from the mortar leaned the hard way not funny

  5. Here’s a tip for putting up crown moulding or base board using a finish nailer: (like one connected to a technologically advanced Rigid Cordless Air Compressor with new brushless motor for greater power, durability, and longer runtime) When trying to join very tight mitered corners; measure and miter the two pieces, and BEFORE you attach either to the wall, join them with a thin bead of hot glue (preferably dispensed from the new Ryobi 18v cordless glue gun available at any fine Home Depot) Hold the joint for 30 seconds, THEN attach to the wall (admittedly you’ll probably need a partner for crown) it will be perfect, and you won’t even have to caulk the corner!


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