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Win a Baumatic Dishwasher with Review Centre

Hate washing up? Review Centre has four dishwashers to give away so you can hang those rubber gloves up forever.

SURREY, ENGLAND, October 08, 2010 ( In conjunction with KBBC Kitchens, Review Centre has just launched the first in a trio of competitions in the run up to Xmas. The first competition, set to run until midnight on 31st October, will allow 4 lucky winners to walk away with a Baumatic BDI631 dishwasher! To enter the competition, all you have to do is answer the following question:

There is a review on Review Centre for a certain brand of dishwasher which says:

"We can only get two of our large dinner plates in (10.5 inches) before the plates get in the way of the spinner."

All you have to do is find it and tell us the brand of the reviewed dishwasher. If you want a hint, you could start looking under dishwashers over on Review Centre. Full terms can be seen over at the Review Centre blog post, Win a Dishwasher.

Once the competition has closed, 4 winners will be selected at random, with the winners being announced on Friday 5th November. The next competition in the series is set to launch in early November, so make sure you "Like" the Review Centre Facebook page to find out more information closer to the time.

Review Centre is a community of real people sharing their product and service experiences. The website was founded in 1999, and now has over 500,000 reviews, covering 100,000 products such as travel insurance and LCD TVs. Review Centre is based in Richmond, London.



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[] Win a Baumatic Dishwasher with Review Centre
Hate washing up? Review Centre has four dishwashers to give away so you can hang those rubber gloves up forever.