New WEEKLY Giveaway with BORA Wide Track Clamps

July 11, 2011

Starting this week at Matt’s Basement Workshop, and running through the rest of July and all of August, you have a chance each week to win a 24″ BORA Wide Track Clamp.

The 24″ BORA Wide Track Clamp has been a regular giveaway in our monthly schwag drawing and has been such a hit the folks at BORA asked if we could give one away each week this summer. Who am I to say no to such a great idea?

So to get this first week’s giveaway up and running I thought I’d re-post an older episode where I show you some of the great features of the BORA Wide Track Clamp and tell you how we’re going to choose a winner each week.

To get entered for a chance to win a 24″ BORA Wide Track Clamp all you need to do is post a comment on today’s article OR on ANY of the posts here on the entire website. And if you’ve had a chance to use a BORA Wide Track Clamp of any size, we’d love to hear what you like about it. It’s that simple!

I’ll draw a winner from the various comments over the next week and then announce the winner next Monday, and then we’ll repeat start the drawing all over again each week until the folks at BORA come to their senses.

GOOD LUCK, can’t wait to hear from all of you.

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  1. James says:

    I’ve been toying with the idea of a panel clamping system like this for a while, especially since I have a huge built-in project on the horizon and I don’t really trust my TS. The clamps aren’t high enough to interfere with bevel cutting with a tilted circ saw, are they?

  2. Kerry Drake says:

    New and Improved! Well I gotta have one of those!

  3. Moose says:

    I would love to be entered. I too am in the beginning stages of some built-in cases much like James. Some extra “guidance” for the old Skil saw would be much appreciated.

  4. Jerry Loethen says:

    Is there anything better than free woodworking stuff? I think not.

  5. Jim MacGregor says:

    Been thinking about buying one of these since I saw your post on them. Of course, winning one would be sweet!

  6. ravinheart says:

    Track clamps are a great tool … and BORA makes some of the best one in my opinion.

    Nice deal on the weeklly giveaway

  7. Erwin Van Wesemael says:

    This will come in so handy πŸ˜‰

  8. Joe Zagula says:

    I like the side to side strength of the Bora clamp. You know you are going to get a straight cut when cutting plywood.

  9. Ben S says:

    Man I could have used a 100″ one a few days ago.

  10. Todd says:

    Can’t wait until Friday. I could really use a 24″ one.
    Thanks again Matt and BORA

  11. Dave McCammon says:

    I’ve been looking at these for a while. Got some plywood projects coming up. Great vid.

  12. Joey says:

    New and improved, I never even had an old and regular, I’m IN!!!

  13. Dave says:

    My circular saw is begging you to pick me.

  14. Jim B says:

    Bora clamps look great.

  15. Jeremy Kriewaldt says:

    What a generous gesture from Bora.
    They do need to find an Australian distributor if I’m going to buy one (of course that won’t stop me from being a very happy winner πŸ™‚ )

  16. Glenn Folley says:


    I have one of the other clamps you mentioned and the small pads don’t cut it! The Bora clamp looks like a great improvement.

    Thanks for the info.

  17. Dean in Des Moines says:

    Bora, what a great idea.

  18. william murphy says:

    i can see this clamp making my life time gold of cutting a straight line happen

  19. Mark Nicholson says:

    Looks like a nice clamp!

  20. John Elliott says:

    It looks like a great clamp

  21. Kenny Boatwright says:

    I was looking at some clamps this past weekend and was going to make my purchase this week now I think I will see if I can win one.

  22. Travis says:

    I’ve been looking at getting a clamp like this for a while now…would love to use it for a multiple of projects!

  23. Grant Laird says:

    Wow! Cool tool. That’s what I’ve been looking for past few months. I tried to use regular long ruler with clamp and it was horrible and difficult to use especially when your working with 4×8 plywood. I dont have saw table — maybe someday but this tool would resolve many things in my future project. My wife want dining table so I am going try it soon — maybe just in time with this Bora wide track clamp tool! Smile!

  24. David Coburn says:

    Great clamps…I bought a 3 pack of hte old style a while back, and they really work.

  25. Jimmy Bays says:

    Sign me up. I always like free stuff.

  26. Bill Akins says:

    I have always been impressed with these clamps. I have been wanting to try one for some time.

  27. Mel says:

    Look like great clamp. Probably will be buying some.

  28. Sue says:

    Seem to be very useful clamps.

  29. John Verreault (aka Johnny_Vee) says:

    This is actually one of my favourite episodes (next to the shop tour of course LOL). Great idea Matt. Hope your vacation was actually that…a break from it all.



  30. Brad P. Crochet says:

    This would actually make my circular saw worth a dang.

  31. Sean says:

    Hey, Matt, I saw a clamp like that a Harbor Freight. I bet it sucks compared to the BORA, though. I’ll have to get a BORA for my next sheet goods project.

  32. Robbie says:

    I’ve used a competitors product and found it very helpful when breaking down sheet goods. I’m not sure how much a 24 in clamp would help with breaking down sheet goods but, I can see it being a great asset for a lot of router applications

  33. Vic Hubbard says:

    I’ll throw my hat in, since I can always use another straight edge clamp.

  34. Paul Hanley says:

    I have a long one of these that I use every so often when I’m working with big sheet goods. …one of those things that once you have it, you can always find a use for it.

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