WIN the ultimate survival kit for your iPhone 5 and iPad
Competition now closed.
iPads and iPhones are so common these days that they’re just about a standard part of every angler’s kit. Whether it’s taking photos and videos of your catch or using the latest GPS and navigation app, iPhones and iPads are everywhere.
The problem is that saltwater and fish guts don’t exactly agree with delicate interior electronics. You’re also limited by the battery life. Tough luck if you forget to charge your iPad and you suddenly need it to see how far you’re from that restricted area.
Snow Lizard has the solution: the ultimate outdoor survival kit for iPads and iPhones.
The Snow Lizard SLXTREME iPad 4 case for is a shock-absorbent, polycarbonate case that can be submerged in water up to 2m. It has an integrated battery that almost doubles the life of an iPad 4 and you can charge other devices while you’re at it. The iPad 4 case even attaches to a standard 75mm Vesa mount.
Snow Lizard also makes the SLXTREME 5 for the iPhone 5 and 5S. It too can be submerged in up to 2m of water, is shock-absorbent, and has an integrated battery. It even comes with an inbuilt solar panel that keeps charging your phone! Snow Lizard also makes a nifty multi-charger and a marine attachment.
WIN ONE OF TWO PRIZE PACKS
Thanks to Snow Lizard, Trade-A-Boat has two cool prize packs to giveaway. Up for grabs are one SLXTREME iPad 4 case with an SLPower 9 charger attachment, plus one SLX 5 / 5S iPhone case with the nautical attachment. The total prize pool is worth a cool $479.96.
To enter the competition, simply go to the link below and answer the following question in 25 words or less: “What’s the best use for an iPhone or iPad on a boat?”
Competition runs from September 24, to October 24, 2014. Winner to be announced on October 31, 2014. Visit the above website for terms and conditions. Click here for terms and conditions.
Win an SLXtreme 5 iPhone case
Want to turn your iPhone 5 into a rugged outdoors device that stands up to wind, sand, rain, dust and anything else you might encounter outdoors? How about an SLXtreme 5 iPhone case worth a cool $139 from xtremedistribution?
If you fancy your chances then get your hands on the current issue of Trade-a-Boat magazine. Then download the Viewa augmented reality app to your smartphone from the App store or Google Play and hover your phone over the competition page and follow the prompt.
Competition has closed. Thanks for entering!
Congratulations to Kelly McColl, one of our Kiwi readers, for winning the SLXtreme 5 iPhone case. Well done!
Repco Garage Promotion - Winners announced!
The following winners will each receive a $2,000 Repco voucher.
- Lee Woodhouse of Traralgon, VIC
- Stephen Howells of Brighton, TAS
- Alf Nye of Bateman, WA
- Jane Miller of Sandy Bay, TAS
- T Lagoya of Malua Bay, NSW
- Mark Robinson of Wallan, VIC
- Laurie Edmonds of Forster, NSW
- RP Baker of Redland Bay, QLD
- Stephen Thomas of Elizabeth East, SA
- Jeff Callaghan of Wyoming, NSW
Win one of five pairs of Marine Optics polycarbonate polarised sunglasses valued at $100 each
Competition now closed.
All good fisherman and boaties know the value of good sunglasses. Along with selecting the right rod, reel and lure, a good pair of sunnies can be the difference between a good day on the water –and one spent squinting from the glare.
Anyone who has been stuck with lousy sunnies remembers the experience, whether it was the blinding reflection, an uncomfortable fit, water and scratches obscuring vision, or even worse, seeing your eyewear disintegrate unexpectedly.
Well, not so with Marine Optics. Made specifically for boaters and anglers, the lenses are not only polarised to reduce glare; they also have an inner anti-reflective coating to prevent “back-glare”. The body is also made from a tough and extremely light polycarbonate material intended to resist scratching (and breaking if you drop them).
Most importantly, they’re bifocals, so you can happily bait hooks or look at instruments and still see what’s going onaround you. They also offer 100 per cent UVA/UVB protection to your eyes – and they even have a water-repellent coating. Naturally, they adhere to the relevant AS/NZS safety Standards.
You will absolutely notice the difference with a pair of polycarbonate Marine Optics polarised sunglasses. So get the right eyewear when you’re on the water with Marine Optics.
Thanks to Marine Optics, we have five pairs of sunglasses to give away. Valued at a cool $100 each, all you need to do to enter is answer the following question in 35 words or less: “What’s your pet peeve about cheap sunglasses?”
COMPETITION NOW CLOSED
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