GIVEAWAY: Sony Piiq Qlasp and Giiq

GIVEAWAY: Sony Piiq Qlasp and Giiq

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Just because some overpaid economist sitting behind some desk somewhere got tired of picking up his employees three martini “lunch” tabs doesn’t mean there aren’t still a few things in life that are free. Stripper cards in Vegas, oil (but only in Florida), and pictures of Miley Cyrus (unless you’re Perez Hilton) are just a few of the things that come to mind.

You can add Sony PIIQ headphones to that list too because we partnered with Sony to hook up two lucky readers with a set of headphones. One of you is going to get the 9mm (driver, not bullets), earlobe clipping Sony Qlasp in yellow. The other is going to get the completely padded, flat corded, studio style Sony Giiq in brown. While all the headphones in the PIIQ line are Sony’s way to reconnect with a younger generation (like Bros Icing Bros without the nasty malt beverage), these two are particularly awesome – and they won’t leak when you carry them around.

If you aren’t one of the lucky winners, check out the entire Sony PIIQ line and pick some up (they’re remarkably affordable for a Sony product). Here’s how you win:

THE GIVEAWAY. Contest Closed – Congrats to Jeff H. and Von S.!

Simply head on over to our Facebook page and leave a comment on the giveaway post on our wall. We’ll choose 2 winners on Friday 6/25.  Good luck!

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