Welcome to The Great Christmas Giveaway 2015, giving you the chance to win some great prizes in the run up to Christmas right here on Pocket-lint.

We'll be giving away a great piece of kit every single day, with something for everyone, from smartphones to games consoles.

All you'll have to do to enter is check Pocket-lint each day to see what prize is up for grabs, answer a question and then follow us on Facebook or Twitter with the hashtag #plgiveaway. It's that simple.

The perfect gift for Bond fans this Christmas, Hornby Hobbies’ SPECTRE Scalextric set includes an Aston Martin DB10 and Jaguar C-X75, as featured in the movie. Recreate the thrills and spills of the 007 car chases with this high performance figure-of-eight track. Kitted out with all you’d expect from Scalextric: leap ramps, side swipes, a 90 degree crossover and a bordered 180 degree curve designed to test even the most skilled racer. The SPECTRE set comes complete with a model Aston Martin DB10 and Jaguar C-X75, two hand controllers, power supply and track spanning 532cm.  Priced £129.99.


Meanwhile the Scalextric ARC ONE (£99.99), is a revolutionary slot car system that allows users to wirelessly create and manage races with a handheld smart device, such as a smartphone or tablet. Download the free ARC app, then connect your device via Bluetooth to the new ARC powerbase, unlocking unique features and control of your races.

Personalise your race by selecting a chosen race mode from seven different options, input driver names and number of laps and then head out on the track to test your skills and challenge your opponent. Post your race stats on Facebook or Twitter to challenge friends, share results and view post-race statistics!

You can find out more information on both Scalextric sets at www.scalextric.com

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