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Win a limited edition Sony LSPX-S1 Glass Sound Wireless Speaker (closed)

Update: This competition is now CLOSED. Thanks to everyone who entered, we’ll be back to announce the winner shortly. 

Sony has quite the reputation in the audio world. This week, we were presented with something quite unique, an LSPX-S1 Glass Sound wireless speaker- a £700 handmade speaker available in extremely limited quantities. We have one on hand and today, we are giving our readers the opportunity to win one.

The Sony LSPX-S1 speaker is handmade in Japan and built around the Life Space design concept. Its a surprisingly capable speaker that would look at home in a bedroom, a living room, or even at a dining table thanks to its ‘candle-like’ look. You can see the speaker below:

HOW TO ENTER:

  • As a spam bot check (and to make sure real people have a higher chance of winning), we need you to answer the following question: How does the Sony speaker produce light?’
  1. Candles
  2. Sticks of paper
  3. LEDs
  • Be sure to include this in your email to us.
  • Click HERE for email autofill – please note if this doesn’t work – then manually send an email to [email protected] (with subject line ‘I want to win a Sony Glass Sound speaker!’)

This competition will run for one week, ending on Friday the 2nd of November at 11:59PM UK time. A winner will then be announced within 14 days of the competition closing date. Due to shipping and customs costs, this giveaway is limited to residents of Europe.

Please note: KitGuru values your privacy. We DO NOT share your email address or any details with any third party or outside source. Do not send any personal details in your emails to enter this competition. If you win, we will contact you again to let you know and to get your shipping information. After the winner is chosen at the end of the competition, all emails are deleted from our server.

KitGuru Says: Good luck to everyone who enters. We’ll be back in a couple of weeks to announce the winner! 

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