Contest: Win a limited edition Glow-in-the-Dark rayD8gig mimobot - Macenstein

Contest: Win a limited edition Glow-in-the-Dark rayD8gig mimobot

[THANK YOU, WE HAVE A WINNER, THIS CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED.]With Halloween fast approaching, we know you folks are searching desperately for a spookily stylish way to carry around your data. Well, luckily for you, we have just the thing – a limited edition, 8 GB, glow-in-the-dark rayD8gig mimobot! (a $99 value).

Only 200 of these bad boys were made, yet the fine folks over at mimobot were nice enough to send us one to give away to our most faithful of faithful Macenstein readers.

So, what do you need to do to win it? Simple. Leave us a comment below telling us what your favorite Halloween treat was/is to get when you go trick or treating (you know, Kit-Kat, Zagnut Bar, Whatchamacallit, Raisins (it better not be raisins!)) and we’ll pick a random winner from the pool. Contest is open to the entire planet, and ends October 24th, 8AM EST. Be sure to leave us an e-mail address where we can contact you. One entry per person please.

185 Responses to “Contest: Win a limited edition Glow-in-the-Dark rayD8gig mimobot”
  1. Twenty5 says:

    Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup!!!!! Among many others…..

  2. xero says:

    its a tie between the full sized heresy bar i got when i was 6 and being told me and my friends scared a kid out of trick or treating w out haunted house in our first time at it when i was 17 (i was 15 when we scared this kid)

    to this day i’m proud/ashamed of that and for the record we gave him 3 pieces of candy to make up for the ones he missed cause of us

  3. Gaurav Raul says:

    Baby Ruth’s… From all the little itty bitty candies, the gummy bears, the caramel popcorn (yeesh!), the baby ruth’s made the whole nyte of unrelentless walking worth it…

    Diabetes can ruin so many good things about life… 🙁

  4. geo says:

    White Rabbit Creamy Candies (Chinese : 大白兔奶糖) : is white, with a soft, chewy texture, and is formed into cylinders approximately 3 cm long and 1 cm in diameter, each wrapped in a thin edible paper-like wrapping made from sticky rice.

    One Halloween back in the Philippines, me and my older brother approached this big house in our village to get candies. This nice old lady gave us a handful of White Rabbit.

    Anyway, my brother started eating them but I didn’t. We got back to our house and my brother showed me a bunch of paper but in small pieces. He told me to dare him, that he can eat every single paper he was holding. I didn’t believe him but I said go. But before he did, he said that there’s a catch. That if he did I’d have to give him all my White Rabbit candies. I was still unsettled when I said ok then he ate it all. He got my white rabbits

    When I looked at the bag there was still one left. I saw my cousin eating one and I was so surprised that she was eating it with the paper wrapper similar to what my brother was holding earlier!

    I tried my last piece with the wrapper on and it was… WONDERFUL.

  5. xyzpdq says:

    Anything with chocolate & caramel !!!

  6. Jon says:


  7. Perlt says:

    Peanut Butter M&M’s!

  8. klaauser says:

    Reeses Peanut Butter Cups, ftw

  9. Garrick says:

    My neighbors dropped 15 cents in my plastic pumpkin candy bucket.
    I loved them for that.

  10. Barry Edwards says:

    Best Halloween Treat:
    Anything chocolate like Snickers. Better than that, my birthday party was always on Halloween night (BDay is Nov. 1), so I would have a kick-ass themed cake. Nothing better.

  11. lisav6 says:

    candy corn

  12. Chris says:

    The best candy was always something chocolate, like milky way or snickers mini bars, but the best treat of the night was always the guy who worked for Veryfine and gave out full 12oz. cans of juice….the perfect refreshment to keep us going all night. Thanks veryfine guy!

  13. MIKE says:

    Severed Head?

  14. Alejandro Montelongo says:

    Milky Way, nothing can beat that!!

  15. Steve says:

    Chocolate coins. I was like eating treasure and
    they were great to barter with haha
    man my friends were dumb

  16. Lothos says:

    I’ve always loved Butterfingers 😀

  17. Erin says:

    Kit Kats all the way!

  18. Wesley says:


    And it´s hard to make people give u free candy here in brazil! :o)

  19. Seth says:

    Any Dark Chocolate

  20. JCM says:

    Candy Corn….

  21. vincent says:

    Tootsie Rolls!!!

  22. Adam says:

    The popcorn ball homemade by Joan Morgan, the high school secretary from the town I grew up in. Can’t beat it.

  23. David says:

    Its gotta be the junior mints. How could you not like junior mints?

  24. Jeremy says:

    The nice old guy down the street at the cul-de-sac was the place I tried to vist twice on my route. He was intimidating sitting there next to his cauldron ready to scare the bejeezus outta ya. The creepiest part was he didn’t try to scare everyone, so you never knew if it would be you.

    His cauldron was filled with full size candy bars. Bars, full size bars. Snickers, Milky Way, 3 Musketeers, those were my favorites. Makes me want to got to my sisters’ this year and “help” my nephews go trick-or-treating.

  25. DJ says:

    Tootsie rolls, hands down. But frozen.

  26. Mario says:

    Moose Munchbar!

  27. Oscar Lara says:

    I have always always loved REESE’S!!! i can eat those for days well thats probably not a good idea but i could 😀

  28. Kris C. says:

    My favorite candies to get were Smartiesâ„¢! I should probably be an Apple Genius…

  29. Ryan Powell says:

    Crunch bars and Smarties.

  30. Kensei says:

    Hmmm we never had Halloween here in Australia when I was a kid. *sniff sniff*

    It’s getting a bit of a following now.

    But my favpurite candy treat growing up was something called a chomp bar. It was a chewy nougat and wafer center all encased in chocolate…. Hmmmm…. chocolate…..

  31. Tad says:

    SweeTarts! Sweet! Tart! SweeTarts! Woo!

  32. Frank says:

    Candy corn’s disgusting. I like Kit Kat.

  33. Frank says:

    Candy corn’s gross. Kit Kat all the way.

  34. Quinton says:

    lots of reeses cups!!!!

  35. My favorite treat was my wife! We got married on 10/31/06 in an outdoor wedding in 50 degree weather in Chicago. Despite the cold, it was the best Halloween ever!

  36. VermKnid says:

    Tootsie roll pops!…but they were always the most easily tampered with, so my mom had to check them all.

  37. Abhishek says:

    Kellogg’s Mixed Berry Fruity Snacks

  38. Yang says:

    Miniature Cookies and Cream 😀

  39. Lee Howson says:

    For Halloween it had to be sticky toffee apples. A nice healthy apple covered in a red sugary glaze with a three inch stick stuck in it. If you were lucky you didn’t break your teeth biting it. You always ended up handing the sticky remains to your parents to be carried around for the rest of the night.

  40. Gabe says:

    i really love the sweet tarts!

  41. Ryan Jacobson says:

    It would have to be candy corn. It wasn’t quite Halloween unless I got some candy corn in my trick-or-treat bag.

  42. Tin says:

    Milky Way!

  43. James says:

    Chocolate coated orange slices. Mmmmm 🙂

  44. Mark says:

    3 Muskateers, definitely

  45. Drew says:


  46. Jeff says:

    Anything caramel filled gives me an instant mouthgasm.

  47. Jordan Cox says:

    Without a doubt it has to be a good old fashioned ‘Double Decker’ (before they changed the biscuit for rice crispys)!

  48. Justin Alan says:

    I’d have to say Reese’s peanut butter cups were and still are one of my favorites.

  49. Adam Fisk says:

    3 Musketeers, but only in full size. Reese’s for the fun.

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