The Canadian Woodworking Contest is back again this week, and we are excited! We all know you love entering to win tools, so get your fingers ready and tell us you entered for this week’s prize.

Canadian Woodworking Contest

The latest Contest from Canadian Woodworking is Here!

This time, you can enter to win a really cool prize.

Enter to win a MPOWER CRB7 Combination Router Base Mega Bundle.

The CRB7 Combination Router Base is no ordinary router jig. It’s a versatile system that offers excellent control through a multitude of routing operations. The offset, cranked rod design allows the CRB7 to quickly adjust and fit over 650 models of router. A micro adjustment makes positioning router bits easy with a precise degree of accuracy so you can use an undersized bit to creep up to your desired point incrementally, especially useful when mortising or cutting a dado.

Contest Prize:

  • a MPOWER CRB7 Combination Router Base Mega Bundle

Retail value: $303.95

How to Enter

Simply fill out the online entry form at the link below. Lots of entry options are available.

Good luck in this contest!

Contest Rules:

  • Single Entry
  • Open To Canada
  • Quebec Friendly
  • Age of majority


This Contest Ends on February 29, 2024

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