I recently received a Digital Photo Keychain from Wholesalekeychain.com to review. I have pictures all over my office, my home and my screensavers of Papa and Baby Bird, but when I am out and about and I am chatting with someone and they ask to see a picture of Baby Bird, I look like such a bad mom.
As soon as I received my digital keychain, I set out to download some pictures so I could always have my husband and daughter with me.
The keychain holds 32MB worth of memory. That’s anywhere from 10 – 30 pictures depending on the size. The pictures rotate through so you can see a variety of images and the best part, it hooks directly up to your computer so you can remove pictures and download new ones. To top it off, the instructions were easy to follow.
This keychain sells online at Wholesalekeychain.com for $9.99. And just a reminder that the Holidays are quickly approaching, this would make a great stocking stuffer.
I also have one pink digital keychain to giveaway to one lucky This Bird’s Day reader.
Leave a comment at the end of this post. Include a way of getting a hold of you if you win. *You must do this for any additional entries to count.
After you have completed the first entry, you can enter an additional comment one time for each of the following:
- Follow This Bird’s Day on Networked Blogs.
- Follow This Bird’s Day on Twitter.
- Daily Entry: Tweet about this giveaway, linking to this post. Please include your twitter id in your comment.
- Like This Bird’s Day on Facebook
- Become a follower of This Bird’s Day (in the right sidebar).
- Become a friend of This Bird’s Day on Facebook
- Subscribe to This Bird’s Day feed.
To save time, just copy and paste:
Can & US, enter to win a WholesaleKeychain Digital Keychain @ http://tinyurl.com/24gqpe7 (via @ThisBirdsDay)
This contest is open to residents of Canada and the US and runs until 12pm MST on Wednesday, September 29, 2010.
Sheri publishes, and writes at This Bird’s Day where she shares all of the thoughts in her head without the voices. Sticking mainly with content for Canadians, Sheri shares family stories, product information and anything that fits into her (and her family’s) daily activities.