Well that was quick. One competition closes and another one opens and we’ve gone from sound to movement for our April giveaway. That’s because iStore has provided Stuff with a FitBit Charge HR (and you’ve got no idea how many calls we’ve gotten about this R2,300 wearable) as well as a FitBit Aria scale (R2,000) to give away this month.
And how do you go about getting your aspiring athletics tracking on? By winning this giveaway. How do you do that? It’s quite simple, especially since it’s the process we use every time that there’s a giveaway. Just check out the promotional text below and then enter your details (and answer a slightly tricky question) in the form below. Easy.
The Fitbit Aria is a sleek and stylish scale designed to track your weight, body fat percentage, and BMI. Just link it to your home WiFi network and it will automatically upload your data to the Fitbit app each time you step on the scale, displaying your progress over time in easy-to-read graphs, so that you can stay motivated and reach your goals. When you’re in control and monitoring your trends, stepping on the scale feels good.
Make every beat count with Charge HR—an advanced tracking wristband that gives you automatic, continuous heart rate & activity tracking right on your wrist. See heart rate 24/7 to get more accurate all-day calorie burn, reach your target workout intensity, maximise training with simplified zones and get all-day health insights. See all the best stats like steps, distance, floors climbed and sleep quality to make the most of your day. Stay connected with Caller ID and wirelessly sync to your smartphone/ computer to monitor trends. Get the motivation you need to push yourself further—every step, every beat, every day.
Right, did you get all that? Now you need to enter your info in the form below, answer the qualifying question (correctly, please) and your entry is in. The Core/FitBit giveaway will be running from today, 23 March 2015, until 17 April 2015 when our lucky winner will be drawn. Don’t worry, we’ll be giving out constant reminders on this one.
There are some terms and conditions, however. The competition is only open to South African residents with an address in SA, as usual. If you won the last giveaway then you’re ineligible and if you’ve won a magazine prize in 2015 (the Jan/Feb, March, and April issues), you’re ineligible for a bit longer. And, if you work for Stuff Magazine in any way, shape or form, you’re also ineligible. Which sucks, because all of the Stuff staffers are keen on this one.