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Giveaway: Cleaning out the prize closet
Thursday, January 31, 2013 @ 3:09pm

Now that we are well on our way into 2013, we decided it was time to clean out the prize closet and make some room for fresh new prizes. We have a variety of items to give away, like Bracketron SmartWraps, a universal USB travel power kit, and PuttyWorld Thinking Putty. Read on to find out more about these prizes, what else we have available, and how you can enter to win.

When you enter this giveaway you are entering to win one of the prizes listed below. When the giveaway closes, we will select the winners, and then whoever responds to us first with their shipping info will have first choice of their prize. We will continue to go down the line until all the prizes have been claimed. The Bracketron SmartWraps shield mobile devices from sand, dust, moisture and germs. These clear, fitted zip bags are a safe and sanitary way protect your mobile device against the elements and potentially damaging substances. They come in five precision-fit sizes designed specifically for use with electronic devices like the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad or any other tablet. The protective covering maintains full touchscreen functionality of your device. These shields are sold in a six-pack for small devices or a three-pack for larger mobile electronics, and retail at for $6.95. Bracketron's Universal USB Travel Power Kit is a three-in-one accessory that includes a universal charge and sync cable, and a low-profile USB wall charger and car charger. This effectively eliminates the need for multiple model-specific chargers and keeps your devices powered at home and on the road. The three-foot Universal Charge/Sync Cable features both Apple 30-pin and Micro USB connectors that can be connected directly to your iDevice or other mobile unit, and fits into any 12V or AC power port. It is compatible with iPhone, iPod, iPad, Samsung Galaxy S III, HTC One, Nokia Lumia 710, LG Nitro and other mobile devices. This kit retails for $40 at With over 30 amazing colors, Puttyworld Thinking Putty is one ball of fun as a toy, stress ball, or therapy putty. Non-toxic, non-gooey, Thinking Putty can bounce, shatter, and stretch -- making it useful in the office for stress relief or during creative brainstorming. It can also be used as therapy putty to assist with fine motor skills, arthritis, ligament injuries, and more. It is available at and averages between $10 and $15. Bling My Thing's "Simple Is Beautiful" collection for iPhone 4/4S are cell phone cases combine protection with sparkle for a glamorous mobile experience. These premium low-profile polycarbonate cases are 1.4mm in thickness to ensure protection without bulk, and are form-fitting with access to all ports on smartphone. They are designed by Ayano Kimura, who is renowned for her crystal customization work. Find them in a variety of colors and styles including Milky Way, Butterflies, and Flower at for $30 to $70. To enter, click here, agree to our terms and conditions, and answer one skill-testing question. Mailing list signup is required to be selected, if you have already signed up for a mailing list, please place a check in the box next to the list you have signed up for. Giveaway is open to US residents and closes on February 7, 2013.

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