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Who wants to test the new 02 Joggler (interactive family organiser worth £149.99)? We have 25 up for grabs

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carriemumsnet (MNHQ) Fri 15-May-09 09:52:30

Given that you were all of a jiggle about the O2 Joggler we approached 02 and in an exciting turn of events, they've agreed to let 25 mumsnetters road-test their new interactive family organiser (worth £149.99).

You don't have to be an 02 customer to test it, but they have asked that you have at least one school aged child if you want to take part in the product test. For the chance to give it a whirl, click here

For more product information or if you want to know what 02's mum blogger thinks click here

Good luck

wilbur Fri 15-May-09 09:53:35

Oh yes, yes, I just read Giles Smith's articell about it and would love to try it. Will fill in your form, pronto.

ShrinkingViolet Fri 15-May-09 10:02:25

have filled in the form - if it helps avoid the embarassing phone call I had yesterday with DD2s music teacher about exactly why she missed last week's specially arranged double lesson, then i'm up for it blush

flamingobingo Fri 15-May-09 10:02:38

I've just filled the form in

<fingers firmly crossed!>

LovelyRitaMeterMaid Fri 15-May-09 10:02:38

<fills in form>

lisad123 Fri 15-May-09 10:06:42

have filled in form. Hope we get to do it. so many appointments here some days, and dh is terrible for forgetting his hospital days, would be fabby for us

PurplePillow Fri 15-May-09 10:07:25

Done but doubt I'll get picked as there are probably busier mums out there than me grin

But worth a try gringringrin

wilbur Fri 15-May-09 10:07:51

Have filled in the form. Was clearly so excited in my above post that I lost the ability to spell "article", sorry.

fryalot Fri 15-May-09 10:09:59

done

<<waits hopefully>>

katz Fri 15-May-09 10:16:08

done

its is going to be names out of a hat?

Fimbo Fri 15-May-09 10:26:27

I have done it, but said I didn't want to be a case study for 02 so have probably dampened my chances.

IwishIwasmoreorganised Fri 15-May-09 10:28:10

Does a child of 3 1/2 at a school nursey count? (please?!)

EyeballsisonaDietAgain Fri 15-May-09 10:29:01

Damn, I'm geeky enough to want to try it but would have trouble convincing anyone that my 16month old goes to school

sweetgrapes Fri 15-May-09 10:29:43

Filled up. Fingers crossed....

lisad123 Fri 15-May-09 10:29:52

I have never been choosen to do any testing or won a thing in my 6 years on MN

Fimbo Fri 15-May-09 10:31:51

I wonder if Bernard's Cat knows about this?

Rubyrubyruby Fri 15-May-09 10:34:06

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Lilyloo Fri 15-May-09 10:38:06

Wow that looks fab , anything to make life a little easier!!!

madwomanintheattic Fri 15-May-09 10:42:38

lol fimbo, once they clap eyes on me and mine they'll change their minds anyway. grin

ingles2 Fri 15-May-09 10:48:19

God! pleeeease let it be me!
I can't cope with my own life anymore!

LupusinaLlamasuit Fri 15-May-09 10:50:18

Ahem. Have filled in. Just to point that out LOUDLY and hope MNHQ notice ones EARLY adoption of the idea on said thread.

Rubyrubyruby Fri 15-May-09 10:54:11

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gibbberish Fri 15-May-09 10:54:47

I waaaaant this! I have a huge calendar which never seems big enough, and also put appointments on my mobile with an alarm. How we still manage to miss so many is beyond me. hmm

This seems like the next best thing to paying for a personal assistant...

<grovel>

IwishIwasmoreorganised Fri 15-May-09 11:04:37

I've filled the form out hoping that a school nursery aged child qualifies me for this!

I should be pretty near the front of the queue but am displaying a few manners so will admit defeat and let Ruby be 1st grin

ingles2 Fri 15-May-09 11:12:02

Pants! I so want this but I'm not on 02 <sobs>

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