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Giveaway OK, so we've reviewed 40-odd iPad cases - now what do we do with them all? We give them away to Reg Hardware readers, that's what.

We've got slipcases, sleeves, hard shells, folios and more from the leading manufacturers like Belkin, Proporta, Scosche, Griffin, Be-Ez, Otterbox, Exspect, Jivo and Incipio. They're all up for grabs.

Proporta Leather Style Case

To get your mitts on one of our many free iPad cases, just complete the form below before Midnight, Sunday 5 December 2010.

After that date, we'll draw names at random until we run out of cases. We'll try and match your preferred case to those left, but we're making no promises that you'll get the type you want. Don't care? Select the Pot Luck option.

This giveaway has now closed

Terms and Conditions

The Reg Hardware Great iPad Case Giveaway is open to all readers of Reg Hardware resident in the UK aged 18 or over. No purchase is necessary to enter the Competition.

The Competition is not open to employees of Situation Publishing Ltd, case makers, their families, or agents. Only one entry is permitted per household. Multiple entries will be disqualified. No cash alternatives will be offered. The prize is subject to availability and if, due to circumstances beyond Reg Hardware's control, we are unable to provide the stated prize, an alternative prize of equivalent value (£15) will be supplied. Reg Hardware will not be liable if the prize does not reach the winner for reasons beyond our control, or if the prize is damaged during delivery.

Each entrant must supply a valid email address to which a confirmation email will be sent should the entrant's name be drawn. The winner will be the first name drawn from entrants who have correctly answered the questions posed. Winners will be notified by email within 28 days of the closing date, and must respond within one week. Winners who do not respond within this time may be disqualified and another winner drawn in their place. The Editor's decision is final, and no correspondence will be entered into. Closing date: Midnight, Sunday 5 December 2010.

By entering the competition you agree to have your supplied personal details passed to the sponsor so that they can contact you with further information about their company, products and services.

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