Saturday, February 7, 2015

Giveaway: Picture Keeper PK8 - 3 WINNERS!

My worst fear is losing everything I have on my computer due to a crash.  I can't bear to lose all of my precious photos!  Now I don't have to worry.  I keep all my pictures safe with Picture Keeper!


The PK8 holds up to 8,000 photos!  This easy to use backup device is so handy.  Just plug it into your computer and it will automatically find your pictures for you!  Preserve your favorite memories instantly.  It even has a new feature - it now skips doubles!

There is no software to install, wires to connect, passwords to remember or monthly fees.  You can use the PK8 on multiple computers - PC and Mac compatible.  Once your Picture Keeper is full, just use another and the second will continue where the first left off.  WOW!


The PK8 works well with all photo organizing softwares such as Kodak Easy Share, Picasa, etc.  You can use it with your digital photo frame, favorite print kiosk or keep in a fire proof safe.

Picture Keeper has different sizes to choose from!  


Giveaway Time:  Picture Keeper is giving THREE lucky readers a PK8!  A $59.99 value.

Giveaway open to US and Canada.

ONE entrant per household/IP address.  We will not tolerate cheating using multiple email addresses.

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Product provided from Picture Keeper.  All opinions are my own.

10 comments:

  1. they have an app that will store the pics from my phone onto my computer -without my code!!

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  2. Gotta have the Picture Keeper. My Photos are taking up so much space on my computer!! Finger crossed!

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  3. The Picture Keeper Software - Create your own up to 3 drives

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  4. I'd love the PKPRO! Oh man that's a lot of pictures!

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

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  5. I like that the PK Pro will hold up to 250,000 photos.

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  6. I like the PK Pro 320 that's a whole lot of pictures it would probably last a lifetime!

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  7. I would have to say the PK Pro 320, because I am the family historian and already have over 100k photos on my computer from scanning various family member's collections.

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  8. I like the PK Pro 320 because it holds a lot of pictures and I take a lot of pictures.

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  9. I would love the PK PRO because we take so many pictures

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