SlashGear Tokyoflash Giveaway!

Dec 16, 2009
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SlashGear Tokyoflash Giveaway!

It's competition time again at SlashGear, and since we've had a few US-only giveaways recently we thought we'd throw open this latest one to readers worldwide. Tokyoflash have generously offered three watches from their distinctive line-up, and the winners will get to choose which model they prefer.

That's going to be tricky, as Tokyoflash have carved a niche for themselves in recent years by offering innovative and unusual timepieces. Their range spans everything from Japanese minimalism through to watches so obscure you'll need a crib sheet just to decode the time.

If you'd like to stand a chance to win your choice of watch from the Tokyoflash catalog, head over to this competition thread and tell us what useful, geeky or generally high-tech function you wish you could find on a watch. We'll pick three winners at random, who will each get to choose a model from the Tokyoflash range. Entries must be in before midnight eastern time on December 21st 2009; good luck!

Rules

Competition is open to SlashGear readers over the age of 18. Family members of Tokyoflash and SlashGear are not permitted to enter. Competition entries are only accepted via the specified SlashGear forum thread; entries left in the comments section of this or any other post will not be recognized. Entries should be submitted before midnight eastern time on December 21st 2009; one entry per person (and yes, we check).

The winners will be contacted via email; they will be expected to respond within 24 hours else their prize may be forfeit and another winner selected. Editors decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. Winner agrees that their name and details of their entry may be used for promotional purposes by, but not limited to, SlashGear.

Prize consists of three Tokyoflash watches, one each for three winners. There is no cash alternative. Winners will be able to select their Tokyflash watch of choice from the current catalog; however should this prize become unavailable, SlashGear and Tokyoflash reserve the right to substitute another prize of equal or greater value.


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