Petron offers ‘dawn of justice’ toy collection

posted February 25, 2016 at 08:10 pm
by  Manila Standard
Market leader Petron Corporation offers motorists another exciting reward for the best day ever with a new set of Limited Edition Collectibles. Created exclusively for Petron, theBatman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Gadget Collection consists of four character gadgets, namely:

• The Batman USB Hub has a coiled USB cable at the bottom compartment to connect to a laptop or PC. Two USB ports at the back can be used to connect peripherals such as a flash drive, keyboard or mouse. (It is not recommended for charging devices.)

• The Armored Batman Lamp lights up when a button is pressed and activates a recording with Batman saying, “Tell me, do you bleed?” To turn off the light, you press the same button as the second spiel plays, “You will.”

• The Superman Digital Clock displays the date and time, and is adjustable via the set and mode buttons. This device is ready to use, as it has one set of batteries as part of the package.

• The Wonder Woman Multi-Charger has a coiled power plug at the bottom compartment, which you can connect to a laptop/computer. It comes with four different cable chargers for both iOS and Android devices.

   Fuel up with any Petron Euro-4 gasoline or diesel fuel with Tri-Activ benefits to avail of this promo. Every P500 single or accumulated purchase entitles you to purchase one Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice gadget collectible for only Php200. The promo will run from February 25 to March 31, 2016, at over 420 participating Petron stations nationwide.

Topics: Petron Corporation , dawn of justice , toy collection
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