’Tis the Season for Giving with Extech’s December-to-Remember Giveaway Contest

Extech Instruments is pleased to announce a month of giveaways worth up to $2,400 during December 2010. Starting December 3rd, 2010, Extech will be selecting two winners every Thursday for a total of 8 prizes. Each winner may choose from one of the following Extech prizes:
  1. EX505 industrial duty multimeter
  2. EX840 clamp meter with built-in infrared thermometer
  3. “Color Alert” 2-laser infrared thermometer (#42509)
  4. BR200 Video Borescope/Wireless Inspection Camera
There are three fun ways to enter:
  • Briefly post in the comments below how you would use one of the prizes. Contestants can post one (1) entry per day, listing different applications in each entry.
  • Spot the snowflakes hiding throughout www.extech.com for up to ten (10) additional chances to win every week by. If you spot a snowflake, click on it for an additional entry!
  • Plus, non-winning entries from our September-to-Remember contest will also be entered to win.
On Thursday of each week, Extech will select 2 winners at random to receive the prize of their choice. If you don’t win, your entries will be included in drawings for the following week(s). Up to $2,400 in prizes will be given out during the giveaway.
Contest rules: No purchase is required. Open to contestants worldwide. To enter, a brief registration on www.PlanetExtech.com is required for new members. Participants must be registered members of PlanetExtech.com. Entries on PlanetExtech.com that exceed the once-a-day policy will remain on the site but will not be considered for prize drawings. This giveaway is intended for end-user customers only. Sorry, employees of FLIR Systems and Extech, as well as their distributors and retailers are not eligible to participate. Winners will be announced on www.PlanetExtech.com on December 9, 16, 23, and 30, 2010 and will be contacted directly.

WEEK 1 Winners:
Dick Bradick
F. Haung
WEEK 2 Winners:
Samuel H.
Stephen Babigian
WEEK 3 Winners:
Michael Andersen
Eric German
WEEK 4 Winners:
Karen Cross
Wen Yuan

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Comment by Vatche Arabian on January 4, 2011 at 11:35am
Just updated the blog page! Thanks to all the participants! Stay tuned in 2011 for more exciting giveaways!
Comment by Bradley Perdu on January 4, 2011 at 11:23am
What happened to the week 4 winners?
Comment by Marie Abendroth on December 31, 2010 at 11:24pm
The EX840 would be perfect for measuring current in the starter circuit in my car. Thanks!
Comment by Bradley Perdu on December 31, 2010 at 10:52pm
Happy New Year to all you EXTECHIES. Wishing everyone the best in 2011.
Comment by Wen Yuan on December 30, 2010 at 2:48pm
I can use EX840 to measure car battery when someone car won't start, and see current used by starter.
Comment by Scott Perdu on December 30, 2010 at 1:17pm
 The EX840 would allow me to check startup and operating currents, motor winding, bearing, connection point, and starter temperatures. I'm simply so impressed with what this single instrument allows me to observe, troubleshoot and commission. 
Comment by Dick Douglas on December 30, 2010 at 1:06pm
Could really use that borescope/inspection camera.  Have a 93 Dodge Intrepid that has a hinge nut that fell off inside the box beam.  Have tried everything I could think of but can't find that nut, much less fish it out.  Unfortunately, I just can't afford that camera right now, so I sure do hope the maintenance gods will see their way clear to helping me win that thing!
Comment by J. Litnewski on December 30, 2010 at 7:54am
The EX840 would become permanently attached to my tool belt as my life could depend on it. The safety features of this tester read to be the ultimate for its class.
Comment by Marie Abendroth on December 30, 2010 at 1:50am
I could use the EX505 multimeter to measure parasitic draw on automotive electrical circuits. Thanks.
Comment by Wen Yuan on December 29, 2010 at 8:57pm
I can use infrared thermometer to see wall and ceiling temperature to see where more insulation has to be added.

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