If you are seeing this page, it means that you’ve purchased a copy of Stuff Magazine‘s March 2018 issue. Well done, we like you already. And we like you so much that we’re giving you the chance to win one of four Brother hampers worth R6,250 each.
The hampers consist of a Brother Business Smart MFC-J2330 Inkjet Multi-function Centre printer and a Brother P-touch PT-H110 Personal Labeller, a device which has proved extremely popular around the Stuff offices of late. Plus there’s an additional set of inks for the printer and some label ribbons for the Brother labeller. A small office in a hamper? Why not? And all you have to do is enter. But first:
Start the new year with a home business in a box! The Brother Business Smart MFC-J2330 Inkjet Multi-function Centre prints up to A3, copies, scans and faxes. This business focused 4-in-1 machine is feature-packed! Small business and workgroup-focused features include flexible paper handling capabilities, automatic duplex printing, single-pass duplex copying and scanning, wireless and mobile device connectivity, and Super High-yield ink cartridges. Plus, a FREE, automatic three-year on-site warranty.
Now, add a handy labelling machine! Being more efficient and better organised is easy with the Brother P-touch PT-H110 Personal Labeller, which delivers professional-looking laminated labels at the touch of a button.
From your files and equipment to your shelving units, this handheld label printer helps you to keep everything straight at home or in the office, while the lightweight design and soft touch keys means it’s especially simple to use.
Offering 10 font styles and a wide range of symbols, the Brother PT-H110 Personal Labeller also lets you design creative labels through the Deco Mode feature. You can personalise your labels by adding a frame, and even preview your work before you print.
Got all that? You’ll have seen the competition’s Terms and Conditions in the magazine (and if you haven’t seen the March 2018 of Stuff Magazine, how exactly did you get here…? We have questions.). Those Ts & Cs apply here, even though you’re entering via the Stuff website. Online giveaways have a slightly different set of requirements, to do with pig and elephant DNA. The print competitions are a tad more… sensible.