The big JBL Garden Pond Competition – The Carefree Package

The flowers are blooming, the water is trickling crystal-clear through the filter – Your garden pond is a real feel-good oasis. In order to keep it that way, we will help you to put together an individual maintenance plan and to preserve this condition with the necessary care products. What could be better after work than to enjoy your favourite drink as the sun goes down over your pond? In the big JBL Garden Pond Competition three lucky winners will get a voucher for individual advice from a JBL pond expert including the recommended JBL products with a value of € 150, for clear visibility in the garden pond. This way your pond will stay algae-free all through 2016.

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


Andrea Maasch, Sabrina Telle, Wilfried Gäbler

Here’s how it works

Just enter between May 9 and June 5, 2016 and with a bit of luck you will win one of three carefree packages for your garden pond. In addition to an individual pond analysis with follow-up advice from a JBL pond expert (telephone and email), you will receive the recommended care products with a value of € 150 free of charge. The winners will be drawn from all the participants.

Applicable are our current Conditions of participation.


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