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logictom:
Enter your details and possibly win a Agilent U1733C LCR meter, it's a uk site but there's nothing in the T&Cs stating uk only. It's limited to the first 100 responses to get your socks on :)

http://www.testandmeasurementshop.co.uk/info/LCR-prize-draw.cfm

Kiriakos-GR:
Thanks mate for the tip.  :)

If it was about an ESR meter, there would be a killing about it ...  ;D

oPossum:
The U1733C does ESR measurement. It is a new feature of the C series LCR meters.

saturation:
Conditions of the raffle:

- By submitting your details you agree to these terms and conditions.
- By submitting your details you agree to be contacted by Amplicon and receive marketing
material and other offers.
- Entries will only be taken from October to November 2011.
- Applications will be checked for validity and Amplicon reserves the right to reject any
registration.
- The draw is not open to Amplicon employees, Amplicon distributors or non-business email
accounts.
- Applicants who submit their details on Amplicon’s prize draw online form will be entered into
a free draw for an Agilent U1733C Handheld LCR Meter.
- The prize draw has no cash equivalent.
- Amplicon reserves the right to offer an alternative to the prize.
- The prize draw winner will be selected at random and notified by the 15th December 2011.
- The decision of Amplicon is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
- The winner of the prize draw agree to fully participate in any publicity resulting from the win
and to allow his/ her name and company name to be published by Amplicon.
- Amplicon reserves the right at its sole discretion to disqualify any individual that corrupts or
affects the administration, security, fairness, integrity or proper conduct of this competition.

http://www.testandmeasurementshop.co.uk/docs/Agilent-promo-TC.pdf

Bored@Work:

--- Quote from: saturation on October 14, 2011, 01:42:23 pm ---- The winner [...] allow his/ her name and company name to be published by Amplicon.

--- End quote ---

Either Amplicon has no clue how large companies are run, or they just want the mom and pop shops. Normal employees are not in a position to allow someone to use their employer's name in any way.

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