Saturday, 30 April 2016

Blokpod Giveaway 2nd chance

Did you enter the fab Blokpod giveaway last month? It had an amazing response from my readers. The team at Blokpod were so happy with to response they have decided to offer a 2nd chance to you to win. This time, they are offering 2 Blokpods, so 2 of you lucky things are going to win a Blokpod of your very own. In case you missed it here is a little bit of a run down of what it is.
The Blokpod is a cylinder shaped container that stores and sorts your Lego, priced at £34.99 and available to buy from the Amazon page. The 4 layers are all interlocking and with a simple twist can be unlocked to access your bricks on each layer. In each compartment is a colourful filter with different sized holes in each layer. This is what the Lego will pass through, only pieces small enough to go through will fall into the next layer. You can even buy additional layers for your cylinder if you need more storage.
For your chance to win, just fill out the widget below and do take the time to read the terms and conditions before entering.
Win 1 of 2 Blokpod Lego Sorters
Terms and Conditions
Open to UK & Ireland residents over 18years. 1 prize for 1 winner, chosen at random via widget. All entry methods are optional. Winner contacted within 3 days of giveaway ending. If they do no respond within 28 days a new winner will be chosen. Your details will be passed to the PR/Company and nobody else. Delivery is the responsibility of the PR/Company. Raising the Rainbows is not responsible for any damaged or missing prizes. Please allow upto 28 days for prize to arrive. The company reserves the right to substitute the prize for one of similar value, if original isn't available. Bulk or automated entries will be disqualified. As will entries that do no fulfill mandatory option. Giveaway open till Midnight 29th May 2016

U, me and the kids
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2 comments:

  1. Great video, thank you for showing us how it's done. It also looks a lot better than having Lego boxes everywhere!

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