13 LED BAYCO Headlamp ~ Giveaway Ends 10/30

By Robert Robillard on Tool Giveaways


Working in tight spaces like crawl spaces, attics or under a cabinet sink usually means working in the dark with a flashlight nearby but not really pointed at your work target.  I’m all about saving time, working more efficient and all with out comprising safety. Headlamps offer the user a task light that is hands free and on target and safe to use.

It does not matter whether you are a outdoor sportsman, camper setting up a tent in the dark or cooking on a camp stove or a contractor working in dark tight spots, this LED head lamp saves time, effort and increases safety.

The folks at BAYCO recently sent me their 13 LED Headlamp, Model BAP-2212 to evaluate and one to giveaway.


To ENTER to win the BAYCO 13 LED Headlamp you must:

1.  Search my site Archives or Categories, [located in right side column], and comment which post you like the best and why.  Comment must be original, not copycat. [At my discretion, I will assign 10 extra entry points to  any entrant that obviously took their time and put effort into their response. ]

2. Leave contact information in Entry Form.


October 30, 2010 at 11:59 p.m.


1.  Visit theBAYCO website, Leave a comment about one of their products.

2. 10 extra entires for: Following this site. See side bar or tab above for “following” options.


Only residents of the U.S. and Canada are eligible. One entry per person. Spam entries will not be counted. Spam entries are determined at the sole discretion of Concord Carpenter Comments.

Winner will be randomly picked and will have 48 hours to respond after being notified or a different winner will be chosen.

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Robert Robillard

Carpenter / Remodeler / Editor / Video Talent

Robert Robillard is a general contractor, carpenter and operates a remodeling company located in Concord, MA. He is the editor of ConcordCarpenter.com and ToolBoxBuzz. Rob is a recognized leader in tool and how-to information for building professionals, he hosts the Concord Carpenter Cable TV Show, offering advice on home repairs and maintenance. On his website, Rob uses his knowledge and experience to help and educate on best practices in the remodeling industry. His motto: “Well done is better than well said!”.

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  1. Matt says:

    Your dirty cell phone piece from July 29 was short, but informative and I wish more people would think about that kind of thing.
    I have a clear cover on mine that I take off and clean daily, as well as wiping down the phone.
    I also won’t use someone else’s cell for the very reasons you listed.
    I’m not terribly phobic about germs, but I’m certainly conscious of the forgotten simplicity required to spread them like wildfire.

    I’m not a great handyman so I tagged this for future reference. I can use all the help I can get.

  2. Diane Baum says:

    I found Preventing Identiy Theft very helpful, since xomeone stold my checks.

  3. Corinne Kurzmann says:

    I read you frequently and will be even more as I closed on my house this week and am going to again be enjoying the perks and headaches involved with homeownership..
    I just reread the article about picking paint colors..It is always hard for me to envision a whole room with that little swatch,..easier than trying to paint the whole outside though..I must have taken 50 swatches and taped them to the outside of the house when I was trying to decide if I could drive up to that color every evening after work..
    Thanks for all the tips and I will be back soon..
    after I finish moving this weekend..urghhhh

  4. Martina says:

    I like the “How to protect your identity” article, as it’s one of the most useful ones for me personally. I rent, so I don’t do a lot of construction projects around the house.

  5. Charlene says:

    Well, I looked at your repair part to see how to unlock a drain, you had more information aboutfixing a bathroom drain. Then I went to home and personal safety part saw this Police Harassment
    Submitted by Concord Carpenter on March 28, 2010 I thought it was great!!

  6. Richard T. says:

    I like their Retractable Cord Reels.

  7. Richard T. says:

    Email subscriber.

  8. Richard T. says:

    Preventing IdentityTheft

    I liked your December 2009 archive on Preventing IdentityTheft article.

  9. Steve Stone says:

    FLY THE FLAG campaign on September 11th” post
    my parents are vets and it means alot to some people. thanks.

  10. Teresa L says:

    They have some very awesome and informational videos about some of their products with more videos coming soon. More sites should do this!

  11. Mya Brooks says:

    I follow thru yahoo!!! Love all your suggestions and helpful hints!

  12. Mya Brooks says:


    50′ 16/3 Contractor Grade Single Tap Extension Cord
    seems great for doing work in the garage. There’s NO plugs in there!

  13. Mya Brooks says:

    I never knew it was so easy to unplug a drain that has been attacked by hair! The common house repairs is a lifesaver in many ways!

  14. John U says:

    Retractable Cord Reels are really cool item. Love to win!!

  15. anna t. says:

    Bayco’s Kord Managers look like they are well designed. I could really use this.

  16. anna t. says:

    I liked your “FLY THE FLAG campaign on September 11th” post.
    It’s what being a proud American is all about. Showing respect for those who have suffered and died.

  17. Miranda Ward says:

    The How to flash a cirlce window was great I have been looking everywhere for some info. I have 2 in my house that need redoing.

    Thanks for the great post.


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  19. M.A. says:

    I like SL-100, the Professional Retractable Reel with 30′ Triple Tap.

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