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October iPhone Accessory Giveaway Part Deux!

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For those that may just be joining us, here is the run down about these giveaways.

It is a new segment that will:

  • Last 24 hours
  • Only happen a couple of times a month (maybe less or maybe more)
  • Be extremely easy to win
  • Be posted at random (so no more 3AM internet lurking for our contests!)

What’s up for grabs today?

Today I have the Cliphanger Light (Black), a universal device accessory! You can check out our review of the Cliphanger here.

Cliphanger 005

The Cliphanger Light introduces a method to conveniently store and use your iPhone when you are mobile. The flexible clip and adhesive backing are very durable and will hold your iPhone securely to wherever you clip it.

Cliphanger 006Cliphanger 009

The Cliphanger Light is available in 2 different colors from the Cliphanger online store for $12.95 (also comes in bulk).

But today you can get the Cliphanger Light for FREE!

How to Win

To win, simply comment below on the following:

Describe a time when you really needed a flashlight but did not have one. What did you do?

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Winners are chosen at random; Contest ends October 18, 2009 at 10:30AM PST. Contest open to Canada residents only.

Contest Rules:

1.) Make sure to include your email in the email entry field or I cannot contact you!

2.) You may enter even if you have won something before. You can win again and again and again! There is no limit on the amount of times that you can win!

3.) One Contest Entry Per Person. Do NOT attempt to post multiple contest entries under different emails and/or user names during the same contest.

4.) Winner(s) must claim prize(s) within 24 hours of me sending the confirmation email. Failure to do so results in expulsion from the contest.

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  • sheerluckholmes

    ooopss….forgot to add what i did instead of using a flashlight….it was 3 a.m….noises downstairs so off i go…iphone in hand, click unlock screen to avoid stepping on the three cats lying on individual stairs….a veritable obstacle course…

    the noise?….one of the cats of course 😀

  • dokaebi

    Working on my friend's car at his place and I accidentally dropped a screw inside. Well it's pretty hard to see deeper inside without a proper light and I didn't bring my own light because it was supposed to be a small job. So we just tried fishing for the screw blindly in the engine bay. Ended up using 3/4 screws =(

  • jenny

    the power was out and I needed to change my son's diaper… so I did it to the light of his glow-bug. =)

  • Dusty

    Those time when sneaking home at 2-3am in the morning after to many wobbly pops 😛 Trying to unlock that darn door when its dark outside. Luckily the cell phone provided enough light to find that keyhole.10 minutes later… lol

  • glenlalonde

    Needed a flashlight almost all the time when I try to move around hardware inside my computer at work. What did I do? Flashlight app for the iphone!

  • tbutch

    Actually … Last night. Or should I say this morning. I came stumbling home after a night at the Flames game in the wee hours of the night. The problem is I couldn't get my key in the door. It MAY or MAY NOT have been a combination of the post game pops and no light. But for this event … I'm going with no light. Ya … I needed some light and that lock would've had NO CHANCE.

  • Sheerluck Holmes

    now THIS i need…! oh and a new bluetooth stereo headset as mine was stolen along with my bike 🙁

    Keep up the great work on the site !

  • bluevektor

    One time we were out in the woods having a campfire and my friend needed to go get some more firewood. With no flashlight, we decided to just light a stick on fire and use it as a torch. Unfortunately, the stick was too small and didn't provide very adequate illumination. It was fun to try though.

  • iguy

    I was in the field doing a training operation and my flashlight fell off of my tactical vest into water while crossing over a river. It was dark within an hour. I navigated about 10.5km by map and compass to the safe zone by myself by a torch I constructed from some dense wood I was able to gather up and bundle together.

  • lauraannc

    I dropped my iPhone under the seat of my car at night! 🙁 Had to dig around to find it!

    My email is laura.crochetiere@gmail.com.

    This blog is great – keep up the great work!

  • xaroc

    I was hanging out with some Friends, I had my Motorola S9 HD Bluetooth headset around my neck. was about 10PM at Canadian Tire Parking lot, the Store had closed, and i know the people who worked there. The parking around the back half has no lights. While we were talking i noticed that 1 of my Rubber nubs that goes around the ear piece was missing, and i commented that it was there not to long ago. Being it was nearly pitch black, and the Ear piece is black as well. Most of us pulled out Cell phones trying to use the LCD light to locate this black quarter inch numb lol. After about 30Minutes we gave up…. (sigh) never did find it T_T… had to order replacement off website

  • larrywoo

    Flashlight app when i get up early mornings to get around the room with out waking the wifey…

  • Germapino

    Hi, I was at a party and needed to go to the restroom. The party was in the basement of their home and had no windows. I had to take a number 2. While in the middle of the process, my friend decided it would be hilarious to shut off the light (switch was on the outside of this restroom). This restroom was absolutely pitch black without the lights on. ….Have you ever tried to find toilet paper, wipe and escape a restroom that you are unfamiliar with and all in compete darkness?!? Well, after a few minutes of yelling for them to turn on the light. I used my iPhone as a light. What a pain!! After a couple of minutes I was home free. But, It sucked! Lol. Anyways, that's my story! Lol. Hope you enjoyed it! —karlandamber@hotmail.com

  • nbrunner

    Lost my car keys in the grass and needed a light to find them.
    nbrunner@telus.net

  • Anonymous

    Lost my car keys in the grass and needed a light to find them.

    nbrunner@telus.net

  • Our winner:

    – Xaroc

    Enjoy!

  • Baj Hafez

    I had to wait 20 minutes to borrow a flashlight that lasted 2 minutes before its battery went dead. Waited another 30 minutes to charge the battery. Very frustrating..

  • peherte

    When smoking was “a la mode” (fashionable) I always had a match or a lighter on hand; there was no need for emergency flashlight! Now, I don't smoke and to me, a flashlight is an object so “bright” that it knows when it is badly needed and stops working (being bright) at that very moment!
    I thought all my problems were solved forever when I got hold of a MagLite (the only one that works in my hands)!
    Last summer, at a friend's shack, I could easily find the toilet (outside in the back of the shack) with the help of the stars (not for finding direction but for their glowing help) but, once inside, there were no more stars to help and having no matches I used my iphone (useless as a phone so far in the woods) flashlight application to produce a sufficient glow to know where my hands were and see the flabbergasted mosquitos coming to eat something (read someone).
    A Cliphanger Light would have been very handy.

  • adam_bl

    Light me up!

  • k8iet

    I lived in Whistler for years and it gets DARK there without any streelights in the majority of neighborhoods. Every day on my way home from work in the winter it was already dark by 5 so I'd use my cell phone (which at the time had a light built in as my flash light) its one of the few things that I'm really missing about my old phone after switching from the iphone.

  • Baj Hafez

    I had to wait 20 minutes to borrow a flashlight that lasted 2 minutes before its battery went dead. Waited another 30 minutes to charge the battery. Very frustrating..

  • peherte

    When smoking was “a la mode” (fashionable) I always had a match or a lighter on hand; there was no need for emergency flashlight! Now, I don't smoke and to me, a flashlight is an object so “bright” that it knows when it is badly needed and stops working (being bright) at that very moment!
    I thought all my problems were solved forever when I got hold of a MagLite (the only one that works in my hands)!
    Last summer, at a friend's shack, I could easily find the toilet (outside in the back of the shack) with the help of the stars (not for finding direction but for their glowing help) but, once inside, there were no more stars to help and having no matches I used my iphone (useless as a phone so far in the woods) flashlight application to produce a sufficient glow to know where my hands were and see the flabbergasted mosquitos coming to eat something (read someone).
    A Cliphanger Light would have been very handy.

  • adam_bl

    Light me up!

  • k8iet

    I lived in Whistler for years and it gets DARK there without any streelights in the majority of neighborhoods. Every day on my way home from work in the winter it was already dark by 5 so I'd use my cell phone (which at the time had a light built in as my flash light) its one of the few things that I'm really missing about my old phone after switching from the iphone.

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