As John outlined in this post last month, we are looking to you, our readers, to help us keep the doors open here at WWR. If you like the content that we’re providing you on a variety of great, but still affordable, watches (such as that Smith & Bradley Springfield above), then this is where you can help us out, and now, get in the running for a watch.
We first brought you word of the Manchester Watch Works Vergennes and Westminster Trench watches back in September 2015, and then later in that same month brought you a hands-on review of the Manchester Watch Works Vergennes. Production has been humming along, and now we have a giveaway for you.
Last week, we brought you word of a bit of a road show that Tissot was putting on in conjunction with their new NBA partnership. With that particular article, we were focused in on the events of Chicago. Well, for those who could not make it, you do still have a chance to win tickets.
When it comes to figuring out what you are going to carry in your pockets, there are about as many choices out there as there are with watches. In short, it can be pretty overwhelming. That’s why sites like Everyday Carry are handy, as they offer up reviews of gear to help you narrow the field. Today, we’ll take a look at a recent knife and flashlight writeup, as well as point out a new giveaway they’re running.
The folks over at Barrington Watch Winders were nice enough to let me check out their single watch winder, which I really liked, and now (after a few months of storage, not use unfortunately), it is up for grabs to one of our lucky readers. The full review went up last September, but the shorthand version of the review is that this is a nice product.
This month, we have an opportunity for you to win a copy of the reissued Benrus Sky Chief.
As you may (or may not) be aware, I also write for some other sites. One of those, Sharpologist, covers things shaving and grooming related. Given that first topic (shaving),…
Our giveaway this month is offering you a chance to win a Projects Watches Newark Museum Watch.