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  • Monday, 02 Feb 2015

Funky colours: the Garmin Vivosmart comes in a choice of five different colours

The Garmin Vivosmart makes monitoring your fitness level easier than ever before. It’s also perfect for those who love to mix and match their fitness band with their outfit, as it’s available in five funky colours.

As Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, we have two units of Vivosmart, courtesy of Garmin, to giveaway to one lucky couple. The large unit comes in blue while the smaller one is in black.

All you have to do is answer one simple question and complete the slogan.

1. The Vivomsmart is not available in what colour?

a. Berry

b. Slate

c. Lime

d. Blue

2. Send us the your most creative slogan using “Vivosmart” and “Valentine’s” in less than 25 words.

Entries must be sent via private message to our Facebook Inbox (www.facebook.com/techcentral) with full name, MyKad number, mailing address and contact number.

To qualify, you must also be a fan of our page and share the story.

The contest ends on the Feb 9 and winners will be notified via e-mail or Facebook.

For the full terms and conditions, visit on.fb.me/LXD9mn.

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