Sunday, July 28, 2013

'Travel kit' giveaway


My blog is now over a month old, and I've been writing a lot of reviews in that time, almost 35!  I thought it would be appropriate to give something back to you guys, because you are the people that made this blog possible in the first place. All those kind words, and a lot of useful tips and help. I definitely had to do something back. And there is no better way to do that, than with a giveaway!


So here it is, the first giveaway on Thepencilcaseblog: (more information and pictures about the prize are below the entry form!)

How it works: there are three possible ways of entering this competition: follow on twitter, answer a question or post a comment. Each of those three give you one entry when completed, so in total, you can enter three times! Good luck!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

The 'Travel pack' (I thought that was an appropriate name!) exists of a ruled Field Notes notebook, and a Kaweco ALSport ballpoint pen (titanium colour) ! Pretty good, don't you think? Oh and even better:  the giveaway is open to the whole world (no country restriction!)!
Full terms and conditions can be seen at the bottom of this post.
If somehow, you can't enter, or something doesn't seem to work properly, please let me know, i'll see what I can do!

I'd like to thank everyone for reading and supporting my blog!
Also, great thanks to both Field Notes and Kaweco, for providing awesome products to review and -in this case- give away!



TERMS AND CONDITIONS:
  • Contest is open to ALL COUNTRIES
  • The competition starts 07/28/2013 12:00AM (GMT+1) and ends 08/18/2013 12:00AM (GMT+1).
  • The winner will be announced on 08/18/2013, 12:00AM (GMT+1) and will be contacted trough E-mail. 
  • The winner has 7 days after announcement to claim the prize, if the winner hasn't claimed his/her prize after seven days, a new winner will be announced.











28 comments:

  1. OooT That looks like an impressive hunk of pen.

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  2. Great blog, really like it (spammy comment, but true. And won't direct you to some site).

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    1. Same high quality you'd expect from any other Kaweco product, very small (not a pen for hours of non-stop writing) it's ideal for quick sketching and notes, or in this case: great to put in your jeans with the field notes

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  4. The design looks like Rotring, but I'm guessing it's plastic not a metal brick?

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    1. Actually,it is a full aluminum pen, only the classic and ice sport pens are plastic! The weight is substantial, but it isn't too heavy! it has an hexagonal barrel just like the rotring, but the overall design is totally different!

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    2. Ooh, that's appealing! While I did not replace it after it was stolen a dozen or so years ago, I remember my fit-to-be-a-bludgeon rotring fondly

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  5. Great site, thanks for running the contest!

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  6. Great giveaway! And great information on your site. Thanks!

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  7. I have always had a deep almost fetishistic relationship with writing implements; as I supect you do too. Kaweco is one of the great makers.
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    {in the contest I am Margot Core on the Rafflecopter}

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  8. I love the giveaway - very EDC-friendly. I like the blog too, it will definitely be in the rotation.

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  9. Congrats on the milestone. I'm looking forward to more posts.

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  10. Have you tried any of the limited editions Field Notes? They make some really interesting stuff. I think the best one so far has been the State Fair editions because the covers are made out of a nice durable linen.

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  11. sometimes my parents are angry with me because I'm not using the drawing pencils they gave me for christmas... but I can't, they are too wonderful to look at :3

    Am I the only one who's thinking that way?

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    1. Not at all Hanna, I think like that all the time! When I have a pen or pencil that I really like, I rarely use it out of fear to damage or lose it! I usually solve this by buying everything in pairs: one to use, and one to colect! (yeah I'm a bit of a weirdo!)

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    2. haha, that's a cool solution :D I can't see something weird in that, but even if there is, it's good to be a weirdo :)

      btw, I added you to my '♥-Blogs' list, I hope that's okay.

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    3. Well... It's cool, but it can be really expensive! My solution recently cost me a lot of money :-)., but I'll talk about that in a few days!
      And thanks for adding me to your blog list, I guess that's a good sign ;-)

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  12. Very nice little pen. And a Field notes is always nice!

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  14. Love the looks of the ALsport and am of course a fan of Field Notes

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  15. I wonder how popular Kaweco's ballpoint pens are. I guess most pens CdA sells are ballpoint pens, but regarding Kaweco my guess would be that a big percentage of what they sell must be fountain pens..

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  16. I have a Kaweco Classic Sport fountain pen, and this AL Sport ballpoint looks great!

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  17. I love your blog! I am a big pen addict. I have a green Kaweco Classic Sport that I love.

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  18. Just got my first Kaweco the other day, would love to add another to my collection.

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