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Nikon lens thermos giveaway

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First, the winner of the last Nikon 1 V1 grip giveaway is Bill Pearce. Congratulations! If you did not win, here is another chance:

What can I win?

In this giveaway you can win a Nikon 70-200mm lens thermos.

How do I win?

The rules are simple: leave a comment to this blog post. That's all. One comment per person please. Don’t forget to add your email address in the provided field (it will not be visible to the public and it will only be used to notify you in case you are the winner). I will close all comments at the end of this week and will randomly pick the winner.

The best part?

This giveaway is open to anyone and is not restricted to US residents only, everyone is welcomed to participate. This giveaway is void where prohibited by law. All taxes are the responsibility of the winner. The price cannot be shipped to countries embargoed by the United States.

Good luck!

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  • BBBarton

    Count me in!

  • http://www.jonathanrimmel.com Jonathan

    Wow, this is such a great deal! These thermos’s are so cool.

  • Steve Gifford

    I would love a teacup in the shape a of a 50mm f1.8…

  • dan

    hope its not as heavy as the real thing!

  • Josh M

    Comment posted!

  • Rui Carneiro

    OMG, this is so nice!

  • Leonard

    This one looks rigid and good!

  • Francois

    Coffee please!!!

  • http://www.marekd.com/blog Marek

    Cool! :)

  • P.E.

    This is a great giveaway!

  • http://www.ryofupussel.org Ryofu Pussel

    This is a good one. Cheers and bottoms up. Prost.

  • Hunt

    I hope I win, this would make me feel like a pro.

  • DB

    Sounds good!

  • NYikon

    I desperately thirsty — I need this.

  • Scott

    Cool thermos!

  • r2load

    Heck YES!

  • Alicia

    Yes please!!!!

  • http://www.flickr.com/__max Max Chiu

    I love this!

  • Jason

    no L glass for me!

  • Morgan

    Love the blog, would love a thermos.

  • http://www.hodnick.net Nick

    Sweet it’ll match my 24-70 one!

  • Ben

    I just hope I don’t leave it in my car and somebody tries to steal it!

  • http://www.paulthompsonphotography.com Paul Thompson

    Would be a nice addition to my lens mug.. =)

  • http://www.shiftedexposure.com Rob Prouse

    That would be perfect for early mornings chasing the perfect light!

  • Eric

    Coffee anyone?

  • Curtis McCarson

    Would match my actual 70-200 :)

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/sourdub/ Andrew P

    So cool!!!!

  • Leaf

    select from here!

  • Joe Goldsberry

    I’d love to win this!

  • Greg Miller

    It will look good sitting between my new D4 and D800!!

    Greg

  • Zachery

    Count me in.

  • amit dadlaney

    combining the best 2 things.. my lens and my coffee

  • Ngoc Nguyen

    This cup will match with my lens.

  • http://www.joesiv.com joesiv

    Epic, can’t wait to bring my hot cocoa around in that!

  • Alekth N.

    I want it!!!

  • Anonymous

    Wooo!

  • Jareth Fauteux

    Great giveaway, always wanted one.

  • Emmanuel Marcos

    I want that Nikon 70-200mm lens thermos. :D

  • rojagoma

    yes!

  • Kent

    Now I can overdose myself with caffine using this.

  • http://leodjphoto.com Leo Dj

    I’ll use this thermos as a backup lens.

  • Al

    Thanks!

  • http://www.robertmallon.net Robert Mallon

    I’d look very inconspicuous drinking beer from a lens.

  • Victor

    count me in too…

  • Ted Trimble

    Thanks for the chance to win!

  • http://www.michaelfarringtonphoto.com Mike Farrington

    More affordable than the real thing, and does a better job at keeping your coffee hot…. unlike that $2200 version that leaks when you pour coffee in it!

  • Chris Ni

    could be me

  • Larry Goldfinger

    Nice thermos but is it a VR or VR II ?

  • http://www.photobyleal.com angel m. leal jr

    Heck yeah I could USE a Nikon lens thermos to go with MY NIKON GEAR!!!

  • DS

    Keeping Nikon hot.

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