If you shop at Home Depot, Lowes, or any other hardware store you’re about to see you a crazy fact about Home Depot.

That fact?

These stores don’t carry an incredible tool that could help save you $100s, maybe even $1,000s of dollars on tools in the future.

Not only does this tool just save you money, as you’ll see here it may help you complete all kinds of DIY projects up to 86% faster…

With that kind of money and time saved, you could do 1 of 2 things…

Get more projects done… or take some time off and relax!

This new tool is inexpensive, easy to use, and will help you complete the toughest projects in a fraction of the time.

You can see how it works and get a holiday discount on it if you follow this link now.

COMPANY MEMO: There is a possibility Home Depot may start carrying this tool soon.

If that happens the price on this inexpensive tool will double or triple to cover costs.

Right now it’s being sold direct to consumer for an extremely low price.

Make sure to get yours now so you don’t have to pay the markups later if Home Depot carries it in their store.


hael Newman is an architect who is consistently bullied by his overbearing boss, John Ammer, and often chooses work over his wife Donna and his two children, Ben and Samantha. One day, Michael visits the retail store Bed Bath & Beyond to buy a universal remote control. He stumbles around the various departments before falling asleep. Upon waking, he accepts a free remote control from a man named Morty, who warns him that it can never be returned. Michael learns that the remote can be used to control reality much like a television. He uses it to his advantage at work, to cause light-hearted mischief, and to fast-forward past illnesses. Morty tells Michael that during these times, his body is on "auto-pilot", going through his motions of everyday life while his mind skips ahead. Thinking that Ammer has promoted him to a partnership, Michael buys bicycles for his children and a purse for Donna. However, Ammer tells him that he has not yet been promoted and thus cannot afford the gifts and has to return them. Angry that he upset his family, Michael uses the remote to skip ahead to his promotion, thus missing a year of his life. During this time, he and Donna have entered marriage counseling, his children have matured, and the family dog has died. The remote, having learned his preferences, starts time-skipping automatically. Each time Michael attem