It’s LIQUID Competition: Sugru | ITSLIQUID

It’s LIQUID Competition: Sugru

Calls | June 21, 2012 |

It’s LIQUID Competition: Follow us and WIN a multipack of Sugru

It’s LIQUID has teamed up with the makers of Sugru to give away a multipack of their plastic modelling clay.

Congratulations to the winner! Carol Taylor from Canada.
This competition is now closed.

Sugru is the exciting new self-setting rubber that bonds to most other materials. Form it by hand into any shape and overnight it turns into a strong, flexible silicone rubber. It’s been embraced by a growing community of over 100,000 gadget lovers, outdoor types, designer-makers, car enthusiasts, photographers and home-improvers all over the world to improve and repair their stuff.

FormFormForm is a team of material scientists, inventors, business and production people based in London. We make Sugru, an innovative self-setting rubber material that encourages users to hack their stuff so that it’s perfect for them, and make it last longer too. Since Sugru launched in 2009, it has attracted over 100,000 users from 110 countries around the world.

Sugru was nominated by the London Design Museum for “Designs of the Year 2010” as one of the best designed products in the world, and in November was named alongside the iPad by TIME magazine as one of the top 50 Inventions of 2010.

Only our followers on Twitter and Facebook that share the competition on their profile will be the winners.

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