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IOGEAR Portable Battery Mobile Device Charger Giveaway – CLOSED

This giveaway is now closed. Congrats to Lana of Never Enough Thyme. Her comment was chosen by Random.org as the winner. Thanks for entering!

It’d be fair to say that my mobile phone is with me pretty much all the time. It’d be also fair to say that one of my biggest pet peeves is when my kids have been playing with my phone, then hand it back to me completely out of battery… especially when I’m headed out the door and hoped to use it to take pictures while I was out.

As a freelancer who works on assignment as well as from home and as a mom with small children, being connected during the day or being able to be reached in case of an emergency is pretty important. Having a charge on my phone makes that possible. The IOGEAR Portable Battery Mobile Phone Charger helps to keep my phone charged so I can be connected with the world when I want to be. I have become pretty dependent on this powerful little device.

This is what I love about my IOGEAR charger:

  • It’s very small and lightweight. It’s not much bigger than the size of a normal business card. Fits right in a pocket!
  • It charges my devices quickly
  • I can use it for various phone types as well as devices besides my phone – bundled with interchangeable connectors, it can charge virtually any Motorola, BlackBerry, Samsung, Windows, Apple, or Android mobile device
  • When my IOGEAR is fully charged, I can fully charge my mobile phone with it up to two times before having to recharge the IOGEAR device
  • It’s saved me so many times when I needed my phone and it was out of battery… it’s reliable, functional and perfect for my on the go lifestyle!

For a full list of features and other mobile charging devices, please visit the IOGEAR website.

My friends at IOGEAR are making it possible for one lucky Dine & Dish reader to win an IOGEAR Portable Battery Mobile Device Charger kit (like above) of their own (ARV $42.95). To enter the giveaway, please leave a comment on this post completing this sentence… “Having a fully charged phone is important to me because…”

For additional entries:

  • Become a fan of IOGEAR on Facebook. Leave a separate comment on this post indicating you’ve completed this.
  • Tweet the following ” I hope to win the giveaway for the @Iogear mobile charging device on @DineandDish http://bit.ly/MzjjHa ” Leave a separate comment on this post indicating you’ve completed this.
  • Share a link to this post with your friends on Pinterest, Facebook and/or Twitter (up to 3). Leave up to three separate comments on this post indicating when you’ve completed these.

All comments must be received by midnight CST on Wednesday, August 15th. Winning comment will be chosen via Random.org and will be notified via valid email address.

Thanks for entering and good luck!

This is a sponsored post on behalf of IOGEAR. They provided me with a mobile charging device and gave me the opportunity to give one away to you too. I think you’ll really love it!

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Comments

  1. Having a fully charged phone is important to me because I have a teen daughter that I want to be in contact with in case of an emergency.

  2. F. Plvan says:

    Having a fully charged phone is important to me because I want my kids to be able to contact me whenever they need me.

  3. Having a full charged phone is important to me because I have a 93 year old father who still lives alone who may need to contact me.

  4. I became a fan of IOGEAR on Facebook!

  5. It is important to me because….. I often go running and feel better knowing I can call my husband if I need to.

  6. Having a fully charged phone is important to me right now because I have an injury that prevents me from walking. I need to be able to call for help if I can’t manage for myself.

  7. I tweeted :-)

  8. Having a fully charged phone is important to me because I’m likely to get lost at any time during the day and a map helps.

  9. barbara n says:

    Having a fully charged phone is important to me because I live out of state and my phone is my life line to family and friends back home

  10. Because my parents live in NZ and I never want to be difficult for them to reach in case of an emergency.

  11. Sheila Torres says:

    Important to me because . . . my kids live out of state and my cell phone is our link!

  12. Having a fully charged phone is important to me because I have two sons that need to be able to contact me, and I don’t need to have a dead battery.

  13. Having a fully charged phone is important to me because it can literally be the difference between life and death.

  14. I live far away from my family so talking on the phone is how we keep in touch!

  15. Having a charged phone is important to me because of all the hours I’m on the road back and forth to work and school functions and just daily life. Funny how we have become so depentant on them in such a short time.

  16. I liked IOGEAR on Facebook.

  17. …important to me because I am not home or in the car often to charge my phone, I need it for emergencies and I am on call as a sexual assault nurse examiner. Thanks for the chance to win.

  18. I need to have a fully charged phone because I’m nine months pregnant and need to be able to get ahold of my husband and my Dr when baby decides to come!

  19. Having a fully charged phone is important to me because…

    I am disabled & have a really old clunker of a car with awful tires! A little scary when I travel, but would be a LOT scary if no phone!

  20. Having a fully charged phone is important to me because i rely on it to communicate with my family and in case of an emergency whenever i go out.

    Thanks for a chance at the giveaway!

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