Competition closed: Led Lenser SEO 5 headlamp

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This competition closed on Sunday 1 June.

Congratulations to our five winners:

  1. Marike du Plessis
  2. Louise Rautenbach
  3. Megan Henn
  4. Bennie Roux
  5. John Cleophas

The details to enter were as follows:

You could win one of five Led Lenser SEO5 headlamps by following Led Lenser SA on Facebook and Twitter and tweeting. You get points every time you do.

It’s that simple.

The competition closed at 11:59pm on Saturday 31 May 2014.

The more time you have, the more you can enter and increase your chances!

The SEO5 is a lightweight adventure sport/hiking/outdoor headlamp from top German-designed brand Led Lenser that pumps out an impressive 180-lumen beam and boasts stageless dimming function and a dim memory. Its maximum beam distance is 120m and its potent LED is powered by three AAA batteries.

It’s your ideal companion for your next outdoor night time adventure!

Enter as few or many of the options as you like. The draw is random so the more you enter, the greater your chances of winning one of the five up for grabs.

Oh, and you get double points for tweeting. Plus you can tweet once a day. So enter now, get tweeting and keep racking up those points!

But don’t tweet using the Twitter button on the post – use the Tweet button on the app below itself (scroll down), which includes the relevant Twitter handles.

The tweet you want to send is THIS:

I’ve entered to WIN 1 of 5 @ledlensersa SEO5 headlamps with @TRAILza magazine


Win a Led Lenser SEO 5 headlamp worth R595

Here’s a cool idea: Visit us at Stand B4 at this year’s Old Mutual Two Oceans Marathon Expo (16-18 April 2014), held at Cape Town’s International Convention Centre, to see the hugely successful and popular Led Lenser SEO5 headlamp for yourself.

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About Deon Braun

The founder of Go Multi and TRAIL magazines has a 100% dedication to health and fitness and communicating that to the tribe that resonates to it. Both publications are simply vehicles to get the good health message out there and make the immediate world a better and happier place. If it's an adventure under a big sky, chances are Deon's going to try it at some stage. He's cycled, paddled, run and swum since 1982 and believes that we should continue to improve our training and fitness skills no matter how the years advance. Sport standouts in his short life so far include winning the 2011 Himalayan 100 Mile Stage Race, finishing despite bloodied feet at the 2011 Abu Dhabi International Triathlon after running barefoot over 60m of desert-baked paving, running the debut Dodo Ultra Trail Run in Mauritius, starting and finishing all the Otter African Trail Runs to date and surviving five days and six stages of the 2003 Eden Cycle Tour. Experiences on his Bucket List include climbing Kilimanjaro, running the Marathon des Sables, Jungle Ultra and riding the Cape Epic.

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