The JBL Easter Competition

From March 11, 2016 until March 17, 2016 you can have fun uncovering the matching animal pairs behind the JBL Easter eggs. With a bit of luck the JBL Easter Bunny will select you as one of the 5 winners on Easter Sunday. In addition we will announce the fastest Easter eggs seeker.

Unfortunately the competition is finished already. Shortly you will find another competition here. Simply look in again later.


Stefan Schwark, Ralf Traulsen, Kornel Csicsics, Fred Piorek, Lars Pagallies


  • 10.1 seconds - Morgan MOYANO
  • 11.5 seconds - Christoph Buck
  • 15.0 seconds - Mandy Allin
  • 15.3 seconds - Johanna Kummer
  • 15.3 seconds - Maverick Humblet
  • 16.2 seconds - Steve Allin
  • 18.6 seconds - Alessandro Placidi
  • 19.2 seconds - Steve SCHELL
  • 20.2 seconds - Kain Irretier
  • 20.8 seconds - Bastian Zürlein
time: 0 seconds
cards: 0/8

This is how it works

Just enter by Easter Sunday (March 27, 2016) and with a bit of luck you will win one of 5 JBL ProCristal i30 internal filters for aquariums from 10 – 40 l. The winners will be drawn from all the participants. Uncover the matching animal pairs behind the JBL Easter eggs. Once you have found all the 8 pairs, you can participate in the competition. In addition we will award the fastest Easter eggs seeker a special prize. So please don’t store your entry until you have reached your personal best time.

Applicable are our current Conditions of participation.


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