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Another chance to win a JCB executive clock, with OneMobileRing

One Mobile Ring has two JCB executive clocks to give away, for the winning suggestions in an inventive way to test tough mobile phones from JCB, Motorola, Sonim and Samsung.

We have delayed this month-take-over feature as some of the handsets aren't with us as yet, but this offers another change to submit your ideas.

OMR has pushed back the feature until next week, where we are publishing a round-up of tough mobile phones over the course of the month with reviews and features surrounding these hard-hitting handsets. We will be putting them thoroughly through their paces with the results appearing in both print and on video, along with awarding which one is the best device.

OMR is looking for inventive and ingenious ways of pushing these mobile phones to their limits - and are willing to reward the best suggestions with these JCB branded executive clocks.

We have obtained the JCB Sitemaster, which has been certified to an IP code rating of 54 for its arduous abilities, where the 5 means it’s protected against dust and 4 means that it’s resistant to water, to a degree.

The Sitemaster has also been tested to withstand one tonne of pressure, along with being able to survive a 2 metre drop test.

The Motorola Defy has a IP 67 rating, with 6 relating to being ‘dust tight’, the 7 means that it can be immersed in water up to 1 metre and will work fine afterwards.

Now it’s down to you; how would you like them to be tested, what would you like to see them being put through and the most daring ways will be rewarded.

The ideas One Mobile Ring has already thought of so far are a washing machine test, even with a spin cycle; being kicked through the uprights at a Rugby game and others in a similar vein.

Feel free to respond with entries by twitter to @1mobilering, or drop us a line at editorATonemobileringDOTcom.

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Rob Kerr
Rob Kerr

Rob has worked in the affiliate industry for many years with large publishers, and previously worked as a journalist on titles such as Wired, PC Magazine, ITProPortal, The Register, The Inquirer, Pocket-Lint, Mobile Industry Review, Know Your Mobile and The Gadget Show.