Frivolous Friday Giveaway: Flip-Pal Mobile Scanner

Happy Friday! Hope you had a wonderful week. Ready for a giveaway? Today’s giveaway is a Flip-Pal Mobile Scanner. This little guy really packs a punch when it comes to scanning. It is portable, stitches multiple scans into one photo, and scans a multitude of things including photos, memorabilia, layouts, fabric, books, and more.


If you’d like to win a Flip-Pal Mobile Scanner, leave a comment by midnight MST on Wednesday, November 27, 2013 telling what you’d scan with this handy tool if you won.

Winner Wonderland

We have a winner for the BoBunny Misc Me prize package. Congrats to Christopher!

Please note, this giveaway is for U.S. and Canadian residents only. Prize will be shipped to winner from Flip-Pal.

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340 Responses to Frivolous Friday Giveaway: Flip-Pal Mobile Scanner

  1. Regina M says:

    Pictures, and recipes.

  2. Melanie K. says:

    I would definitely use it for scanning receipts and being ready for tax time! This would be super handy for business or scanning photos quickly. Thanks! info (at) giveawaybandit (dot) com

  3. krystal wethington says:

    I would scan pictures.

  4. Jamie N says:

    I would bring it with me when I do genealogy research.

  5. Shannon says:

    I’d scan photos and recipes.

  6. Lean S says:

    Important documents

  7. Cory Fillion says:

    I am entering your giveaway.
    It would be great to win the Flip-Pal Mobile Scanner.
    In response to your question of
    What would you scan with this handy tool if you won?
    I would scan pictures.
    Thank you for having this giveaway.

  8. mariem says:

    recipes and photos!! ty!

  9. Chris says:

    I’d scan old documents my grandfather has in a shoebox

  10. Trenda T says:

    I would be scanning Photos!

  11. Tom Lester says:

    I’d scan pictures of my kids

  12. Scott D says:

    I would scan in some documents that I need to keep and put the old paper documents in the trash or storage.

  13. Carolyn Daley says:

    I would scan photos of family and friends. I would also use it to scan receipts.

  14. Kathryn C says:

    I would scan recipes and for my friend I would scan his receipts, etc for his business

  15. Brad Merrell says:

    Articles as references for papers

  16. lilshuga2001 says:

    Court docs – pictures- receiptis

  17. nathan Kirsch says:

    I would scan in some of my school work to help eliminate some of the excess paper laying around my desk

  18. Lyndsey R. says:

    I would scan photos!
    Thanks for the chance!

    lyndsey.rullman at hotmail dot com

  19. Colin Glendon says:

    I would use this at school all of the time for projects.

  20. Julie Hawkins says:

    I would use it to organize family photos and important documents

  21. Nick D. says:

    I would scan important documents that I need for work. I would also scan recipes and letters.

  22. Linda Peters says:

    I would scan all of my receipes

  23. Jacob LaFountaine says:

    Grab some old photos and retouch them up to modern standards

  24. Paula Tavernie says:

    I would scan pictures!
    ptavernie at yahoo dot com

  25. Melissa says:

    I’d scan my grandma’s old pics!

  26. Carl White says:

    I would scan my a s s but I do not think this scanner is big enough so I guess I will scan my most recent arrest report for my lawyer.

  27. Andrew Rishwain says:

    I’d love this to scan pictures, flyers, and documents for work with. It would also help me keep track of my receipts. :)

  28. Barbara Butler says:

    I would scan photos of my beautiful grand children all 5 of them would love to have this

  29. Mona Corley says:

    With 8 grandchildren around every week and each of my daughters snapping pictures I would love to be able to scan on the spot for when that scrapbook page jumps in your mind, but by the end of the day you forget all the plans you had for it and try to remember which one you wanted. This sounds like a great solution and a great Christmas gift.

  30. Jackie Koller says:

    Pics for my kids.

  31. Brian E. says:

    Thanks for the giveaway… working on a graduate degree: use for scanning articles, photos, documents, etc !

  32. Christian Alejandro says:

    It would be excellent for photos!

  33. Sky Sparkle says:

    I would scan family photos.

  34. amy m says:

    I would scan all of my receipts for work

  35. I like to do a variety of Arts and Crafts. For scrapbooking I would of course use it for scanning photos, pictures of maps, leaves, tree bark, shells, grass, buttons, flower and different plants. Quotes from your favorite passages. Scanning Christmas cards etc. I have been going through 3 totes of old pictures. Some are yellowing and very fragile from my parents and great grandparents. I need this for sure. This would be a real help especially for people with disabilities. Such as children with Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis who are unable to write. They could scan the item and save it to a tablet so they could type it later. This is how my grandson does at school. You can sit in bed and work on a breakfast tray or even in a wheelchair with a desktop. Of course receipts for income tax or personal records. Uses are endless. Thanks.

  36. heather c says:

    Pictures, art ideas, crafting instructions, and whatever other paper I want to get rid of.

  37. Gianna says:

    Pictures of family!

  38. Sand says:

    I would scan family pictures.

  39. Buddy Garrett says:

    I would scan photos.

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