WIN an OWL monitor for Father’s Day
I don’t know about the ‘Dad’ in your life, but Mr Green loves a gadget (aka boys toy) as a gift.
With Fathers Day coming up, it’s time to flex the plastic again on a gift to show you’re thinking of your Dad.
For the man who has everything, is trying to do the green thing and loves nothing better than buttons and electronic gadgets to play with, we have just the thing!
A while ago I reviewed the OWL electricity monitor on Little Green Blog and now those lovely people are offering two lucky people the chance to win an OWL+USB (RRP £40.95) for the Dads in their life.
The OWL monitor shows you, in real time, how much electricity you are using both in terms of power and cost. It challenges the ‘out of side, out of mind’ approach to consumption and makes sure you are aware, every minute of the day, just how much electricity you are using. This means you can see in real time the benefits of turning off electrical devices at home.
The information brings about behavioural changes which can help you save up to 20% on your electricity bill – so it’s a gift that keeps on giving to both the recipient and the environment.
Retaining all the features of the original OWL Wireless monitor, the OWL+USB has additional features including the ‘Track & Store’ function to track electricity usage via PC as well as a superior memory function and 2 year rolling memory capability.
To be in with a chance of winning, simply leave a comment below.
Winners will be selected at random in a week’s time, allowing us plenty of time to fly an OWL to you before Fathers Day! Open to UK residents only.
Fantastic! Would really like this 🙂
I would love to win one of these, I am trying to become more green and this would really help.
Would love to have one of these! =)
These are worth their weight in gold, I know someone with one and they have made fantastic savings on their electric bill!
These are a great idea.
Ooh I’d love one of these, I think I’d get addicted!
Green is the way to go,this would help!
I had one of these a while ago but got rid of it for some reason! Now I’ve moved house and my bills have sky-rockeeted. Would love to know whats causing the surge in power usage …
It’s not about saving the money – it’s about saving the Planet Earth. The planet costs more than ANY of us can afford.