Happy Mother’s day! We’re giving away TWO Pink iMainGo: X Speakers for Mom!

This contest is over. Congrats to faithful Macenstein readers rkbrwn and Anamarie

Admit it. You forgot, didn’t you? Mother’s Day is only three days away, and you haven’t gotten her ANYTHING, have you? Well, time’s running out, and you’re too old to just draw her a picture or something. You need a real gift, and you know she thinks flowers are a waste of money. So now to make up for it, you’re probably going to panic, run out this weekend and spend WAY too much money and buy her a brand new iPod touch or an iPhone or something to over compensate, right? Well, good. That’s exactly what you SHOULD do, you inconsiderate bastard.

Hey look! That could be YOUR mom doing yoga and lsitening to her iPhone!

But what’s she going to listen to it on, hmm? Oh, you didn’t think about THAT did you? Your mom isn’t going to just sit around with earbuds in, she’s an active woman, busy cooking YOUR food and cleaning YOUR room, and she needs a speaker she can hear from the kitchen when she goes down to the laundry room to get YOUR laundry. That’s where the iMainGo: X Speaker comes in!

We’re giving TWO lucky readers a brand-spanking new PINK iMainGo X speaker for iPod, iPhone, iPad, … anything with a mini stereo plug, really, for them to give to their moms. Sure, this contest runs until the end of NEXT week, and once you factor in shipping times it might be closer to Father’s Day before she gets this, but admit it. Mom’s pretty used to being disappointed by you over the years.

We reviewed the previous model of iMainGo portable speaker and were quite impressed, and the new model is a significant upgrade.

Wow. No offense, but your mom is looking kind of hot... I guess that yoga is paying off.

Boasting the same transparent touch-sensitive membrane as the previous model which allows you full access to the iPod/iPhone’s touch screen while keeping it safe from dust and Hawaiian Punch spills, the X model has some nice upgrades, such as a built-in rechargeable battery, support for 2 headphone jacks for car trip sharing, and the ability to hook multiple units together to really crank the tunes. I found the iMainGo to be the perfect camping/picnic speaker, and if you’re looking for a way to impose YOUR musical tastes on others who happen to be nearby, the iMainGo X is just the thing.

iMainGo: X
Ultra –portable speaker system and protective case for your iPhone, iPod touch or MP3

· Custom fits and protects all iPods® (except Shuffle®), iPhone®, iPod Touch® and most MP3’s.
· Doubles as a premium external stereo speaker system for any device with a 3.5 mm connection
· Control and view your device without opening the case
· Comes with a rechargeable lithium-ion battery and plug in charger for extended use
· Daisy-chain feature allows you to connect more than one iMainGo X for a larger sound experience
· Comes with custom travel bag, wrist strip and adjustable carry strap
· Size 5.7” x 3.8” x 2.4”

Even DAD likes rocking out to the Pink iMainGo X while he's grillin' up some dogs!

To Enter: Just leave us a comment telling us the nicest thing your mom ever did for you. (If your mom was a tyrant or you’re are an orphan or something, just make something up, we don’t really want to get bummed out on Mother’s Day). Open to US and Canadian readers only, winner will be picked randomly. Contest ends May 13th and midnight EST. Good luck!

Comments
35 Responses to “Happy Mother’s day! We’re giving away TWO Pink iMainGo: X Speakers for Mom!”
  1. Aldo Johnson says:

    She did lots of nice things for me. One funny episode is when she helped me with my homework. Unfortunately, she did it incorrectly. But at least she tried :-)

  2. Jayce says:

    She got me a matchbox car when I was sick.

  3. myztero says:

    The nicest thing my Mom did was when she finally kicked me out of the house. Thanks Mom.

  4. Sean says:

    She had me!

  5. The Captain says:

    When it came time to marry, I fell for someone of another race/culture. This was frowned on by my family in every way, so my future wife and I planned our wedding without the help of my family. Money was tight, not knowing how she found out money was coming up short for the wedding, my mother got the whole family together to see how they could help coming up with a member that did the catering, other members that where in a band (who knew?) and provided the entertainment, my mother herself and church group to act as hostess at the reception. It was amazing how well everything came out!
    She managed all this a week and a half before the wedding day and both my wife and I will never forget it. :-)

  6. Darrin D says:

    She bought me an Atari 2600 in 1979 for x-mas.

  7. rkb37 says:

    She never killed me the many times she probably should have.

  8. Annmarie W. says:

    The nicest thing my mom ever did was all through my life: she’s always been patient with me and supportive of my decisions (even when I knew she didn’t agree with what I was doing!)

  9. tori lee says:

    My mom is the best! She has done so many wonderful things for me – but I just really love the little things. A card for all the little holiday (Halloween, Valentines, St. Patrick’s) and various care packages.

    What can I say – she rocks!

  10. Leif Johnson says:

    Put up with my crap as a teenager!

  11. Elizabeth Powell says:

    Other than buying me my first pony when I was 12, and more recently a Kindle, she is always supportive and there for me. Even as a working mom when it wasn’t popular, she was a great example to me, and a wonderful friend. What more could you ask for?

  12. Steven says:

    My mom just bought me a suit!

  13. Chris says:

    Ahe bought me an Apple ][ e to do homework on… But let me play way too much Oregon Trail instead.

  14. Heather L says:

    my mom is awesome. She is one of my best friends. I tell her almost everything. Thats whats awesome about her. She helps out with my daughter and really is the one who allowed me to go back to school to get a degree in something i love without her I wouldn’t have been able to :)

  15. Chuck says:

    She loved, and still loves, all her children unconditionally.

  16. Edzzso says:

    Even when I’ve been wrong, she was always right.

  17. Rob says:

    I have two very much older sisters, and my mother thought she would be a nice lady. She handed down their bright pink 70’s bicycle with the white banana seat, and sparkly handle grip streamers. Thanks Mom!

  18. Tom says:

    She has been there through thick and thin. Without mom I wouldn’t be here. So far she has never regretted that decision. Maybe touch and go a few times. ;)

  19. Donut says:

    when i leave the dentist, she would rent me VHS tapes of my favorite cartoons (Transformers G1, Voltron, etc) , and take me to the store all swollen faced to get a any toy i picked out.then got me a happy meal.
    made each visit to the dentist seem less brutal and horrifying as a young kid.

  20. Kels says:

    My mom has given me love, attention and security. She has always put her needs before mine :)

  21. Jennifer says:

    The nicest thing my mom ever did for me was become my mom. At age 25, she took on a 7 year old girl, an 8 year old boy, and a 10 year old boy with Down Syndrome, and raised us like we were her own. She is the most amazing woman I know, and the person I admire most. BEST MOM EVER. End of story. :)

  22. Ed says:

    Baby-sat my three kids during the day for the first 2.5 years of each of their lives.

  23. Bill says:

    Just always being an understanding and caring Mom

  24. Jeanette McLain says:

    The nicest thing my mom ever did for me was just to love me and be a really wonderful mom. I miss her.

  25. Paul S says:

    She never kicked me out of the house.

  26. Jonro says:

    She never lost patience with any of us, a pretty amazing feat.

  27. Felix says:

    took me to get a new computer when mine broke even though it was her day off

  28. Jeremy B says:

    My mom has always loved me unconditionally and for that I will always be grateful.

  29. Alan says:

    When i was like 14 years old, i went through the divorce of my parents, it was an ugly scene that took like 6 months to end, my dad was still living in the house with my mom and my little brother, and one night i remember i was starving it was like 3 am in the morning and i went to my dad and wake him up to cook me something or whatever and he said no and went to sleep, then I went to my mom’s bedroom and she was awake and listened to me when I was walking and when I opened the door she went up, and took me by the hand, we went downstairs to the kitchen and she cook me the best damn sandwich ever, and a glass of juice, she was with me like for half an hour until I finish eating my food, and then she took me to the bed, kiss me goodnight =), thats the best thing that she ever did for me, my mom is the best =)

  30. Andrea says:

    She did everything for me even tho i was a brat to her.

  31. Teegan says:

    She Home-schooled me.

  32. Marsha Saenz-Jones says:

    Mom did countless things for us growing up. My sis and I were just reminiscing and remembered the first summer we were able to stay home by ourselves while she went off to work. She spent a whole weekend cooking and preparing all kinds of food to freeze so that we would have nutritious things to eat. Times sure have changed since then, but 30 years later we can still remember exactly what she cooked for us. Thanks Mom!

  33. John Daugherty says:

    She adopted me and loved me like her own…….Wow, I sound like a lost puppy :)

  34. Eli says:

    Laundry

  35. Cassssiebear says:

    She puts gas in my car anytime I’m feeling bummed lol. Gas is her go to gift. Hooray inflation!

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