Wednesday, 3 June 2015

Win a Fuze Wheel Writer Deluxe

Children love things that are a bit different, and I am sure this will appeal to any child, or child at heart. I am offering a Fuze Wheel writer Deluxe for one my readers.

The Fuze Wheel Writer Deluxe adds a new dimension to cycling with its incredible light up display.  Designed to be mounted to the spokes of bikes with 20 inch wheels and up, the Wheel Writer Deluxe features LED lights that illuminate when the bike is pedalled to display one of 64 pre-programmed messages or images.  It also includes a real working speedometer to let others know your speed as you cycle. 





The Fuze Wheel Writer Deluxe also enables owners of iOS devices to personalise their rides completely by programming in their own message or image. 





It has a built-in accelerometer (no magnet) - so easier to install and works with or without smartphone. Some assembly required. Water resistant. Auto shut-off. For wheel size 20 and up For ages 8+ years.

If you should not be fortunate enough to win one then you can buy one at Argos

Please note comments are moderated and so will not show immediately. 

Open to UK only. Entrants must be over 18. A winner will be chosen at random by Rafflecopter, and will be notified within 48hrs of the competition closing. 

The winner will need to supply me with contact details to forward to the competition sponsors to enable them to send out the prize. 
Competition close at midnight on June 19th. 

a Rafflecopter giveaway Free competitions at ThePrizeFinder - See more at: http://www.theprizefinder.com/content/fuze-wheel-writer-deluze#sthash.h9xLBJAT.dpuf

61 comments:

  1. leave a comment telling me what you would programme it to say . . . . . . . l LOVE NANA

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  2. My son would prob program bottom or farts! typical boy!

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  3. Would probably say "Watch out, child on board" (my great-niece is very safety conscious even at a young age).

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  4. "Totally!" I keep winding my daughter up by saying this in an American accent, the same one she uses when playing with her barbies hehehe

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  5. Keep Clear! would be a great safety tool:)

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  6. Technology at its finest - fun & cool, with a safety aspect too :)

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  7. Rachael McGeoch9 June 2015 at 18:04

    lightning :)

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  8. your name here only £20 a day

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  9. Weeeeeee.rachbutt83@gmail.com

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  10. hayden's

    dee.hay@aol.co.uk

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  11. Sorry, I'm @chocolateonemse on Twitter

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  12. My big one would love this and be a whizz kid!

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  13. My son would put something about Liverpool FC

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  14. Eat my dust particles!
    @KristynHarris

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  15. My son would like Fast and Furious.

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  16. i would program it to say neowm!! because that's the noise my son makes as he speeds up and down the garden :D

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  17. I would actually let my nephew decide, but i think he would go with something like RAAAAAAAAAAAWR

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  18. I would programme it to say hello
    Jade H

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  19. hot wheels casspuss@googlemail.com

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  20. My son said he would want it to say 'JJ is awesome'

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  21. I'm sure my grandsons will think of a suitably naughty word

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  22. In training for Formula 1

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  23. "Watch out Bradley Wiggins!"

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  24. If you can read this - i'm too fast.

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