Weekly Giveaway : forget the glass, this Canon lens keeps hot things hot

We told you awhile back that the Canon lovers would be taken care of.
And so it is.
We finally got in our shipment of Canon lens mugs, 1:1 replica stainless steel travel mugs.

This week it’s the 24-105 f/4 complete with box, lid and even a switchable ON/OFF and AF/MF button.
Whether this is for you or the Canon lover in your clan, you won’t see a lot of these around.

We’ve been using the Nikon version and so far this thing works like a charm.
OK, it keeps the coffee hot, and doesn’t leak.
Not sure what else you would want it to do.
Except look very, very cool.

You know how we work this, right?
To get one of these for free from us, all you have to do is be signed up for the free weekly NEWSLETTER, see the details in that Newsletter, answer a question, then all correct answers are submitted to random.org, where a winner is randomly drawn.

Now last week we had someone email us to say that the entry was too complicated, too many steps.
Hmmmm……
We give you a question, add a link where the answer is, and then ask for a reply with that answer in the subject line.
If you feel that the way we are doing it is too complex, let us know and we’ll look into simplifying the procedure.

Now, IF you are signed up, the Newsletter is gently placed into your inbox on Weds. AM and you have a coupla days to respond.
Speed doesn’t matter here, as the winner is chosen at random.

Yes, we do look at each email and thanks for the little notes that are in some of them. Appreciate the support, although it doesn’t affect the outcome.
Still, kinds words are always a good way to get the work done.Makes it easier.

If you don’t want to wait and see, and just want to buy one of these, click here.
Use this link and they’ll take good care of you. It lets them know you were referred by us.

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  • Museum of Modern Art
  • Nicholas Nixon: Forty Years of the Brown Sisters
  • Nov. 22nd, 2014 – Jan.4th, 2015
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  • (212) 708-9400
  • Metropolitan Museum of Art
  • Thomas Struth: Photographs
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  • New York, NY 10028
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