One of the benefits of 3D printing is the chance to customize products, ensuring the right size, shape, design — and, in some cases, fit and comfort. Wiivv Wearables has taken the customized 3D printing product world by storm since winning the Startup Competition at Inside 3D Printing three years ago, garnering investments and seeing a successful Kickstarter campaign. The company’s plan for custom-made 3D printed insoles has captured significant interest from all corners and now, we’re happy to offer the chance to win your own pair!
Following the popularity of our recent giveaway for an M3D Micro 3D printer (congratulations to winner Michael Hurt of Blacklick, Ohio!), we’re back with the next opportunity to enter to win! Now, we’ll be giving away 10 free pairs of customized insoles from Wiivv. Wiivv’s custom fit 3D printed insoles are designed to reduce plantar fasciitis pain, joint discomfort, and general foot fatigue. You have a month to enter, and 15 different ways to rack up your entries through the next 31 days — and every day you can gain more entries to increase your chances to win.
Participants can receive 12 entries per day just for registering and participating in the 3DPrintBoard.com Forum, plus another 30 entries for upgrading to become a 3DPrintBoardPro member. Additionally, participants can earn more entries simply for following 3DPrint.com’s Twitter account, visiting us on Facebook, sharing details of the contest on Twitter and Facebook, subscribing to our YouTube channel, and signing up to our daily newsletter. Additionally, you can gain 5 entries for following Wiivv on Instagram and on Twitter, and 2 entries for checking out their Facebook page.
With all these ways to win, your feet will thank you for clicking now! Enter the Wiivv Custom Fit 3D Printed Insole Giveaway here.
Note: This article originally published on December 15, 2016.
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