MacRumors Giveaway: Win an Incase Apple Watch Travel Folio, Icon Backpack, or Portable Power 5400

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For our next giveaway, we've partnered with Incase, the maker of sleek, modern accessories for the iPhone, iPad, Mac, and more. Incase is generously offering three items from its product line-up: the new Incase x Parabellum Apple Watch Travel Folio, an Icon backpack, and Portable Power 5400 battery pack.



The Apple Watch Travel Folio is Incase's newest product that's made in partnership with Parabellum, a maker of premium leather goods. Its exterior is full-grain North American bison leather and its interior is genuine suede. It has a snap closure and features cut-outs and a magnetic flap to hold the Watch in place and charge it while it's inside the folio. The Folio is available in black and pumpkin and retails for $250.



The Icon Backpack has a padded compartment for laptops up to 15 inches, adjustable padded shoulder straps, and a dedicated side-access iPad pocket. Made of sturdy 840D nylon, it's available in black, moss green, gray, and red and retails for $199.95.



The Incase Portable Power 5400 is a battery park for charging USB devices on the go and works with the iPhone, iPad, and more. It features a 5400 mAh battery and a built-in USB cord to make it easy to charge, and offers 2.1 Amp charging via its USB port to charge your iPhone or other device quickly. The Portable Power 5400 retails for $79.95.

Three winners will be chosen for this giveaway. The first winner selected will receive the Portable Power 5400 battery pack. The second winner selected will receive an Icon backpack. The third winner selected will receive a black Apple Watch Travel Folio.

To enter to win, use the Rafflecopter widget below and enter your email address. Your email address will not be given to any third party and will be used solely for contact purposes to reach the winners. You can earn additional entries by subscribing to our weekly newsletter, subscribing to our YouTube channel, following us on Twitter, or visiting the MacRumors Facebook page. Due to the complexities of international laws regarding giveaways, only U.S. residents who are 18 years of age or older are eligible to enter.


This contest will run from today (September 11) at 12:00 pm Pacific time through 12:00 pm Pacific time on September 18. The winners will be chosen randomly on September 18 and will be contacted by email. The winners have 48 hours to respond and provide a shipping address. The prizes will be shipped to the winners for free.

Incase is also offering a spectacular deal for MacRumors readers. With the purchase of an Apple Watch Folio, MacRumors readers will get a Portable Power 5400 battery pack for free with coupon code MacRumor915, a value of $79.95.

Article Link: MacRumors Giveaway: Win an Incase Apple Watch Travel Folio, Icon Backpack, or Portable Power 5400
 
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jybrick

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Well the story was posted at 12:00 pm and yet the contest says still not started.......
 

mr.steevo

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Am I doing it wrong, or does it look like when you close the folio that your nice, shiny Apple Watch face comes into direct contact with the charger/metal clasp?

The Materials are advertised as buffalo leather and ceramic. Puts a nice scratch on your new watch!
 

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Am I misunderstanding the image of the watch carrier? It looks like when you close it, the strap button lands right on the face of the watch?
Am I doing it wrong, or does it look like when you close the folio that your nice, shiny Apple Watch face comes into direct contact with the charger/metal clasp?
The Materials are advertised as buffalo leather and ceramic. Puts a nice scratch on your new watch!
I'm currently in the middle of a review on the folio and I can confirm that the Apple Watch does not come into contact with anything that would scratch it. That cord wrap that you see in the photo is laid on top of the folio for the picture -- it isn't a built in piece. It's just a standalone cord wrap that happens to be sitting there.
 

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Am I doing it wrong, or does it look like when you close the folio that your nice, shiny Apple Watch face comes into direct contact with the charger/metal clasp?
thats exactly what i was thinking. In that case, the watch would be safer in my pocket..
 

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$200.00 for the backpack. That's pushing it.
I have that backpack and I love it. I use it for school. It has compartments for my iPad, books, folders, multiple charging cables, ear buds, writing implements, and a thick clipboard, with plenty more room to spare. I can attest to its quality, too. I'm rough on my book bags, but there's not a tear or even a loose thread on the thing. Maybe $200 is a bit much, but you can't beat free.
 

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Just click here.

Then Click here to enter.

Followed by another Click to enter.

Makes me wonder whether I have actually entered the giveaway.

And, yes, I am a resident of the U.S.
 
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NY Guitarist

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Just click here.

Then Click here to enter.

Followed by another Click to enter.

Makes me wonder whether I have actually entered the giveaway.

And, yes, I am a resident of the U.S.

Yeah, feel the same way. I pretty much stopped taking this advert-bait.