Weekly Giveaway : A lens that keeps hot things hot, and cold things cold

How does it know?
It seems to be all the rage, as you have seen a ton of new travel mugs look like something else.
Like a Nikon 24-70 2.8 Lens, or a Canon 24-105 Lens, looking just like a perfect receptacle for a hot cuppa joe.
Kinda like this:

So we were curious and ordered a couple (one for us , one for you) to see what it really was like.
Awesome is what is is like!
When the package came today, we were pleasantly surprised.
Now, the traditional Gold Nikon box was a tiny bit smushed, but all inside was perfect.
A lens bag, and the beautiful replica of our fave Nikon lens, the 24-70. No lens hood though.

It looks so cool, that we knew it was a right call to have it as a giveaway.

Don’t worry Canon lovers, we have some of the Canon 24-105 AND a 70-200 EF lens coming soon we’ll be taking care of you all, too, in coming giveaways.

It won’t changed your photography, but may give you a little smile each time you use it. It’s already working over here at photoinduced.com

How do you get this beauty Nikon Lens travel Mug free, gratis, no charge, from us?


First of all you have to be a subscriber to our Free Weekly Newletter. We love it when you visit us here, or on Facebook, but we know that sometimes a quick email blast in the middle of the week gives you a brief update on the world of photography as we see it.

So, in that Newsletter will be a question to answer, and then you simple email us the answer.
Don’t worry, it’s not a research deal, but the answer is always found right here on the photoinduced.com website.

We have one of these Lens/Mugs for someone this week, and maybe it’ll be you.

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