Wednesday, 20 May 2015

WIN A Perfect Father's Day Gift - Easylock

PERFECT FATHER’S DAY GIFT
SECURITY FOR DAD WHEN TRAVELLING FOR BUSINESS OR PLEASURE – 
LOOKS COOL, FITS IN YOUR POCKET, & CELEBS LOVE IT!

Fathers are notoriously hard to buy presents for but most Dads love gadgets. The EasyLock, www.the-easylock.com, might be one of the most useful to date. The unbreakable EasyLock is a revolutionary new security device which will completely secure the majority of inward opening doors*, anywhere on the globe. It’s the lightest of its kind in the world, and the only one to allow users to open the door a chink. Priced at just £24.95 it’s a perfect gift for Father’s Day – and Dads will be in good company with celebrity fathers such as Tom Fletcher and Matt Willis from McBusted and Samuel L Jackson owning one too! 
The EasyLock provides vital extra security for business trips and family holidays alike, or even for Fathers wanting further security for their family at home at night. The lock is as light as plastic, as strong as stainless steel, and can be fitted in seconds. It is small enough to fit in a pocket, and is the only lock of its kind in the world to allow individuals to open the door slightly, to check a caller’s identity, or to take a business letter, (or a Father’s Day card!) whilst maintaining total security.

In addition The EasyLock has a touching personal family story behind it. It was created by 66 year old entrepreneur and Grandfather, Bob Fitzjohn:.
"My thoughts were with my family when I designed The EasyLock . I was worried about my children and grandchildren when they travel. I wanted to create a solution that would keep them 100% safe and sound, no matter where they stayed”.

Bob Fitzjohn raised the capital to kick start the project through the crowdfunding website www.indiegogo.com. Over £10,000 was donated by the public which enabled The EasyLock to come into fruition. Bob Fitzjohn is glad that he has persevered for over a year in developing the lock: 
"It is a dream come true that The EasyLock is now available for the public to purchase. My hope is that The EasyLock will bring safety and peace of mind to many people, right across the globe." 

Free postage in Europe, £4 worldwide. The EasyLock is available in pink and silver and comes with a pouch www.The-EasyLock.com or www.amazon.co.uk

Would you like win an Easylock this Father's Day? If so, then all you need to do is fill out the simple Gleam form below.

                                 The winner will be drawn on 05/06/15  at 11.59pm.

                                            GOOD LUCK YOU LOVELY LOT!



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129 comments:

  1. a necklace I chose myself for my birthday :)

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  2. A Tassimmo machine, lol i always wanted one x

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  3. When I got my first ever mobile phone ages and ages ago. It was a brick thing but back then I thought it was cutting edge technology!

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  4. I love the handmade presents from my children so special.

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  5. A matching Links of London necklace and bracelet for my birthday

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  6. I love handmade items, so special xxx

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  7. A watch bought for my birthday

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  8. my first phone

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  9. An ice hockey game for Christmas when I was 5.

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  10. A dolls pram (A mamas and papas) when I was 6. Used it for 5/6 years afterwards too! I LOVED it!

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  11. My eternity ring!

    Ashleigh

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  12. My tatty teddy number 1 mummy that I received for my very first mothers day

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  13. My Kindle for Christmas 2012

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  14. A necklace and earring set that was stunning from My husband

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  15. My dog she was the best ever present

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  16. The doll house I was given for Christmas when I was nine. I loved it so much!

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  17. A lovely necklace from my little girl!

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  18. I had a tree of life pendant which was engraved with my name and the names of my daughter and my husband. I treasure it above any of my possessions

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  19. One of those massive Toblerones

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  20. The earrings my sister brought

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  21. A word processor my then boyfriend bought me - 23 years ago before internet haha

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  22. A pair of shoes from my partner for helping him passed the finished line of his PhD

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  23. A bicycle from Father Christmas

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  24. A Tassimmo machine - leanne w

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  25. Handmade gifts from my kids

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  26. An awesome 3 day trip to Edinburgh!

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  27. A watch bought for my birthday

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  28. Driving lessons for my 17th birthday

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  29. a photo frame that had my kids photos in

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  30. A Christmas present from my Mum, which I got to choose one Christmas Eve. We went shopping, I chose a doll sitting on a chair, which was a musical jewellery box. Pretty and practical I was delighted with the gift.

    Rachel Craig

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  31. My first camera :)

    ~ Anthony G

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  32. My husband once made me a card with a rose he drew. He absolutely hates drawing, so it was such a sign of love.

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  33. Airline tickets to Australia so that I could go and visit my family

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  34. The jewellery my husband designed himself for our 20th wedding anniversary.

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  35. A Nintendo Gameboy when i was about 7!

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  36. A new mattress - I really needed one!

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  37. A walking, talking doll when I was 5.

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  38. a solar powered watch by citizen for christmas one year it is wonderful not to have to wind it or replace batteries

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  39. I got a puppy when I was 9 and loved that dog for many happy years.

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  40. a sewing machine when i was 8 years old

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  41. A beautiful and unexpected necklace from my hubby

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  42. The one gift I miss so much is a hand written letter, words and the personal touch a rarity these days

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  43. My Windows phablet last Christmas off my mum

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  44. I was lucky enough to get some mulberry shoes for Valentine's day!!!

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  45. rhianna perfume from my boyfriend for xmas x

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  46. Some L'Occitane shower/bath and body goodies

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  47. birthday and mothers day cards written by my children

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  48. A travel jewellery case, so useful for keeping everything safe when travelling

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  49. my tablet so i can comp anywhere xx

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  50. I received a coffee machine recently for my birthday and have never looked back at instant coffee, love it

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  51. A guinea pig for my birthday

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  52. The beautiful ring my daughter got me for my 50th

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  53. My tablet, I'm never off it.

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  54. My Mazda mx5 which was a retirement present from my husband ... a total surprise!

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  55. Tickets to go inter railing round Europe

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  56. a spa break at a luxury hotel

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  57. Handmade gifts from my son

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  58. Karaoke machine

    Twitter name: @essexprincess4

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  59. My iPad as I am always using it
    Jade h

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  60. followed google with eva parrao

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  61. I got a lovely spiral shoe stand for my birthday last year! It was lovely!

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  62. a photo frame with a picture of my daughter and i on my first mothers day, i love the thoughtful presents.

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  63. My Spirograph, when I was about 8

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  64. I received Replica Dragon Eggs of Game of Thrones from my partner for my last Birthday, weirdest but best present ever for a huge Game of Thrones fan :)

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  65. My bike.
    Great comp. More please

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  66. Tablet few years ago off the kids. Completely out the blue

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  67. My laptop

    George Williamson

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  68. Driving lessons

    @jamiecomps

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  69. A friend in America who was a ceramic artist sent me a handmade mug and candle holder, and a first edition copy of Jack Kerouac's Big Sur for my 17th birthday back when I was a huge fan of Kerouac. It wasn't about the value of the presents, but just about how well he knew what I was about. I still cherish those gifts, years later.

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  70. my first SLR camera for Christmas 10 years ago

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  71. When I left my job to go work at Disneyworld for a year they made me a scrap book with poems and pictures and stuff in it to take with me - it was really amazing and 7 years later I still have it :) (it also helped that they had stuck $10 in between each page to give me some starter money too)

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  72. My beads I got for the birth of my twins

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  73. Euro's from my old work to go travelling with

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  74. My eternity ring my husband had made for me

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  75. a tv and video combi when I was 12! I was soo made up!!!

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  76. My engagement ring - it's so sparkly & me!

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  77. My DSLR that I got for Christmas.

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  78. My favourite present was a surprise gift from my husband when I was in hospital. I had been away from my girls for 2 weeks, as they weren't able to come and see me due to a certain type of medication/treatment I was receiving. Anyway, I was missing them terribly and one evening my gorgeous husband comes to visit me, as usual, but this time he was carrying a gift bag. Inside was an absolutely beautiful silver charm bracelet, with 2 heart shaped charms. But, what was so special about it, was that the charms contained the finger prints of each of my 2 gorgeous daughters!

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  79. The millennium falcon i got when i was young

    trevor linvell

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  80. A trip to the Bahamas

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  81. a lovely silver watch that I still cherish.

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  82. A set of measuring spoons & cups from my niece last Christmas.

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  83. A lovely pair of gold earrings my husband gave to me on the eve of our wedding,31 years later I still love wearing them.

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  84. a necklace with my daughters initials on it

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  85. A ring of sentimental value

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  86. my grandson made me a dough heart,with grandma on it, i adore it,

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  87. my Vera Bradley Tutti Frutti Travel mug.

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  88. I have a links of London bracelet with the initial of each of the four children

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  89. My parents brought me a flute for christmas :)

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  90. A pony, she was called Silver Lady :) best Christmas ever

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  91. A watch, that my son bought and choose himself, when he was about 9, I've still got it now, 16 years later x

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  92. a canon camera, love collecting memories

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  93. Kermit the frog puppet, when I was little

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  94. Denielle Nicol5 June 2015 at 21:52

    A necklace from an ex boyfriend for my Birthday

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  95. when I married I used a £12.99 wedding ring as we didn't have much, a few years ago my Mum and Dad bought me an £1800 one for my birthday, I love it x

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  96. A lovely rose bush for my birthday called 'Birthday Wishes'

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