Kit-A-Day Giveaway: Gakken Mechamo Inchworm

We’re giving away amazing kits from our new Make: Ultimate Kit Guide EVERY DAY — thousands of dollars worth of merchandise, including MakerBots!

To celebrate the release of our latest publication, the Make: Ultimate Kit Guide 2012 (and its companion website), we’re giving away at least one of the cool kits reviewed in the issue each day during the holiday season.

Today’s giveaway is for a Gakken Mechamo Inchworm Kit (a $69.99 value.) Here is what Tyler Bennett of Cary, N.C. had to say about it in the issue:

“This kit was a lot of fun for me as well as my 11- and 12-year-old grandkids. The kids put the kit together (with me looking over their shoulders) in around two hours and then we all enjoyed running it around on the floor.”

To be eligible for today’s giveaway, all you have to do is leave a comment below in this post. The entry period for today’s prize will be until 11:59pm PST tonight. We’ll choose one person at random, you’ll be notified by email, and you’ll have 48 hours to respond. The Winners List is kept on the Giveaway landing page. That’s it! No purchase necessary or anything else to do. Please leave only one comment per post. You can enter as many giveaways as you like until you win. This giveaway is for US residents only. You also must be 18 years old to enter (Kids: Ask your parents to enter). See the Kit-A-Day Giveaway landing page for full sweepstakes details and Official Rules.

Important Note: If you enter this drawing, when it’s over, please check the place where you registered to comment (eg. Facebook, Yahoo, Twitter). Some people are winning these kits and then not responding when we send them a message using the available means of contacting them. We want to make sure you get your giveaway!

1,336 thoughts on “Kit-A-Day Giveaway: Gakken Mechamo Inchworm

  1. Hey, what a great idea for a giveaway. Gakken 
    I’d have a great time shamelessly promoting Make Magazine.

    Oh, wait. I already do that for no remuneration at all. argh.

    Okay, pick me anyway!

    Happy Holidays.

  2. make magazine make me become a maker that make something to persuade people to make up they make skill :D :D :D 

  3. make make make. make magazine make me to be a makerman that make something that help people to make up their make skill. :D :D :D
    ihope i get this one

  4. Ah, if I win this I can begin my robot army to take over the world!  Muahahahaha…  err, I mean “wow this would be cool to win, and I’d never do anything evil or megalomaniacal with it at all!”

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  7. LOVE the Gakken kits — they’re tricky and detailed and complicated, and once built they’re durable and really cool to look at.

  8. Projects like this one really “BUG” me! :)

    Yippee!  My package from MakerShed showed up yesterday!! :D  The clear Arduino case is NICE!  Mmmm…Arduino Uno 3.0 goodness…