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GIVEAWAY: Powermat & up to 3 receivers! -CLOSED-

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This is pretty cool.  Have you heard of Powermat Wireless Charging?  It's a great way to get rid of some of the cords in your life.  My husband and I got iPhones a few months ago, which we were able to do because our grocery budget was cut low enough.  Now with the Powermat I just slip the phone into the receiver (or case) and then I just lay it on the mat to charge!  Easy!  My phone used to go to low battery quite often, but since I've just been laying it on the mat when I'm not using it, my phone is always charged!  And it won't overcharge my phone.
Another great feature is that it comes with a Powercube:

You place this on the mat as well and it can charge over a thousand different devices.  My son LOVES to play with our old cell phones, but is sad when they stop making beeps and sounds.  I love him, but I am not going to keep around tons of chargers to keep these old phones alive.  The Powercube keeps us all happy! :)  It comes with 7 different tips.

Overall I really like the Powermat and Receivers.  At first I thought I would like my iPhone case that I was using better, but now I prefer this.  It protects my phone and now I don't have to remember to plug it in.  I've also heard these are great for bringing to work so you don't have to transport charging cords back and forth.

Here is a list of Powermat receivers:
iPhone 4
iPhone 3G and 3GS
Dock for iPod and iPhone
iPod Touch
BlackBerry Bold 9700 Series
BlackBerry Curve 8500/9300 Series
BlackBerry Tour and BlackBerry Bold 9650
BlackBerry Bold 9000
BlackBerry Curve 8300
BlackBerry Pearl
BlackBerry Curve 8900
HTC EVO 4G
HTC HD2
Motorola DROID X
Nintendo DS Lite
Nintendo DSi
Universal Powercube (7 Tips)

If you have atleast 2 of the above devices, the Powermat is a great idea!

Powermat is giving away a Home and Office Mat (powercube included) and up to 3 receivers!  You can charge 3 devices all at once!

Here's how to enter:
Open to U.S and Canada residents only

1. Like Powermat on Facebook or Twitter

2. PLEASE FILL OUT THIS FORM to be entered in the giveaway!

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Giveaway will end Wednesday January 26th at 10 p.m. MST.  Winner will be chosen by Random.org.  I was given a product to review.  All opinions are my own.  All information gathered for the giveaway will be discarded when over.  Your privacy is important.  Giveaway open to U.S. and Canada residents only.  

Comments

Ashley said…
I entered! :)

Also, I posted your button to my new blog.... http://thereynoldsmom.blogspot.com/

Check it out and follow if you'd like! Thanks!

Ashley
Holly said…
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Reuben said…
I think this looks like a GREAT idea to be able to charge my phone and my wife's phone and our daughter's IPOD all in the same place. No more moving cords all over the house.
I entered. Wow I love that google doc entry form. Awesome!
Lisbeth said…
Thank you for all the wonderful work you do with the low entry giveaways. You are awesome! I entered this one and hope i win!!

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