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Eberhard & Co Chrono4 contest via World Tempus

Watch:  Eberhard & Co Chrono4 

The best thing about the World Tempus contests apart from the obvious value of the prizes they offer  is  you have to actually do a bit of research into the related brand. I’ve never seen anything by Eberhard & Co and I’m pretty sure the four dials here are memorable enough to have jogged a recollection had I done so. While this watch isn’t for me I did find two that I really like and wouldn’t mind seeing in person. So as soon as I am near, oh there’s nowhere near to be that sells them so may as well try to win it.
Entry Deadline: 31st May 2013 

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Ball Trainmaster worldtime chronograph contest via World Tempus

Watch:  Ball Trainmaster worldtime chronograph

Things haven’t been running on-time here at Time to so maybe this will inspire me to run more contests in a timely fashion?  This month’s contest over at World Tempus is for a one of my favorite classes of watch, the world timer. In the wrong hands the dial gets too busy, the color scheme garish  and the price outrageous.  None of which I would accuse the Ball Trainmaster worldtime chrono over. It’s a 42mm stainless steel case with a Ball modified movement. 15 micro gas tubes to illuminate the dial at night, world time and chronograph complications at a price of around $4k  this is way more tool watch than the big names are going to give you at this price, hell if they even  can sell you a watch at that price:)  I want to win this, own this or, if I didn’t have my mind set on an F P Journe bleu, buy the damn thing.

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Entry Deadline: April 30th 2013

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Orient M-Force Beast giveaway via Worn and

Watch:  Orient M-Force Beast

Finally a break in the giveaway doldrums and it’s for a dive watch from Orient. While this is near the top of their price range  it’s still competitive for an automatic dive-watch that is ISO, not just marketing people ,certified to live up to it’s resume.  Sure there’s some extraneous features on it that reflect the likelihood that it won’t see anything deeper than a swimming pool.There’s a full review over on the  Watch and Wound site that gives an , in depth, look at the piece. 


Entry Deadline: Mar 28 2013

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