Humpday Gadget Giveaway: Scrolling LED Belt Buckle- ENDED


Hey everybody, it’s Wednesday, humpday, time for another Craziest Gadgets Humpday Gadget Giveaway. First off congrats to last week’s randomly chosen winner of the USB Humping Dog: Erin S.

The cool gadget prize for this week is the Scrolling LED Belt Buckle.

This fully programmable belt buckle has 147 red colored LEDs surrounded by a chrome frame that can be attached to a belt or set on a desk or shelf. The buckle can store 6 messages, each up to 256 characters long. Make it say whatever you want! It measures 3.5″ by 1.8″. No computer needed, you can program everything right from the device itself. Speed and brightness are adjustable. Note that we are giving away a RED lights one, not blue color LEDs as shown. Batteries included.

You may have seen this week’s prize on TV recently. No, not on some silly infomercial but on NBC’s Parks and Recreation. It was in a hilarious scene with Tom Haverford, played by Aziz Ansari:

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The rules:

  1. This sweepstakes will run now through Tuesday March 9nd, 2010 5pm Eastern time.
  2. One entry per person (yes we can tell if you enter more than once).
  3. We will choose one winner at random from one of the comments below.
  4. This contest is open to residents of the US only.
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