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We’ve previously covered and reviewed AnoStyle’s anodization service for iOS devices like the iPhone 5 and iPad mini. We found the process for an iPhone 5 to be seamless:

There isn’t much to report besides everything turned out great and I love the result. It feels and looks like my iPhone, only in gold. The only con to AnoStyle, at least for the gold color option, is that the text below “iPhone” on the back is now extremely faint. Other than that, I feel like I own a limited edition iPhone (dusts shoulder off), and at least four people have asked me how I managed to snag a gold iPhone.

Today, AnoStyle has agreed to giveaway an anodized iPhone 5 to a 9to5Mac reader. The winner, which we will select and announce one week from today, can choose either a black/slate or white/silver iPhone 5 plus the anodized color (red, pink, yellow, orange, blue, teal, green, violet, gold, copper, bronze, blue steel, rose gold, or flat black).
 The iPhone 5 is an unlocked 16GB unit, but the winner can choose to pay the difference for a higher capacity model.
How to enter:

1) Leave a comment on this post with the color iPhone 5 you would like to enter for, and also share why you would like it AnoStyle’d.

2) Follow AnoStyle and 9to5Mac on Twitter.

Be sure to check out our original review of the service for all of the details.

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