/ WINNERS: Lyon Outdoor Julbo Facebook Competition

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UKC Articles - on 05 May 2012
Julbo Trek, 3 kbWin one of 4 pairs of Julbo Sunglasses by answering a simple question on the Lyon Outdoor Facebook page.

Read more at http://www.ukclimbing.com/articles/page.php?id=4629

The question was: What are the benefits of Julbo's Zebra Lens?

The possible answers are:

- Photochromic, lens darkens/brightens in accordance with light intensity from cat 2-4 (1-3 for zebra light)
- Anti-fog coating, no condensation. Maximum longevity
- Hydrophobic coating on the outside prevents marking and facilitates the removal of water.

The winners are:

1) David Silcock of Plymouth.
2) David Girling of Loughborough.
3) Tom Ambrose of Braithwaite.
4) Mike Lelliott.

Thank you to everyone who entered.
saintlade - on 06 May 2012
In reply to UKC Articles: Got bored of having to click through all the links to get to the comp and having to install some crackbook app.
Lyon Equipment Ltd - on 06 May 2012
In reply to saintlade:

Apologies, there should have been a direct link to the comp instead of going via our FB wall. We'll try and get the link updated. Meanwhile the direct link is below.


There's no need to install any app, follow the direct link to the comp we're running on FB, like our FB page and answer the question.

As we've done in the past we'll be running comps solely for UKC users in the future so if this one we decided to run through FB doesn't take your fancy keep your eyes open..

Lyon Equipment Ltd - on 06 May 2012
The entry link has now been updated and will take you straight to the comp.
Ghastly Rubberfeet on 06 May 2012
In reply to UKC Articles:

Don't do Fakebook so I guess I'll have to skip this one.
Lyon Equipment Ltd - on 09 May 2012
We've now altered the comp to be far easier to enter using a slightly different submission format (but with the same question)

All of the existing entries are on file but anyone entering from now on should find it quicker and simpler to provide your answer.

Direct link is


Hope this helps

digby - on 10 May 2012
In reply to UKC Articles:

Clicking 'like' for companies gives the spurious impression to all your FB friends that you actually like the product. It's a pernicious form of advertising.
You may well like this product but the basic fact is you are clicking 'like' to enter a competition.

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