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Giveaway: AVI-8 Hawker Harrier AV-4006-01

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Ok, so, yesterday I did tease that we’d have a giveaway coming up, and we certainly do – it’s one that’s starting today.  Read on for all the details on how to enter to win the AVI-8 Hawker Harrier II AV-4006-01.

As you might recall from our review, this watch really goes for a gauge-style layout, using a couple of discs to display the time.  While I realize this isn’t for everyone (it’s not quite my cup of tea), it’s an interesting design for the right person.  If that person is you, just follow along with the widget below to get your entries in.  Just be sure to do so before January 24th rolls around…

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37 COMMENTS

  1. I like this gauge style layout. Unique. Maybe not suited for a professional who needs accurate timing for job/hobby performance, but for the casual wearer, it should be fine once you get a feel for the layout.

  2. A different approach to the traditional handset affords for a different way of approaching the passing of time. Just like analog hands give one a more present feeling vs the instant transition from minute to minute in the digital display. I really appreciate this piece both aesthetically and because it shifts my focus to different aspects of the passing of time.

  3. I am a fan of different styles of telling the time. I follow many different blogs that are only about odd time pieces. This watch is it self much more simplistic than some of them out there and personally I like it better than some of similar style. The color matching, the very easy to read face without too many complications. Its a great watch and I’d love to wear this as a piece to talk about.

  4. I love watches like this that experiment with time display. Gauges, unusual dials – anything that pushes the boundaries.

  5. Im a huge fan of out-of-the-ordinary watches. Two of my favorites is a Carlo Ferrara dancing hands watch and a dmh jump hour. To see people breaking the boundaries we place upon ourselves with design is very exciting.

  6. it’s a bit unusual, sure… but I blanch when I go to meetings and everyone is wearing the same rolex. (no offense to rolex) Variety, as they say, is the spice of life!

  7. I’m a fan of non conventional dials and usually it’s best expressed in aviation based watchs, E.G., the B & R series, but for the price range this lives it appears quite interesting, I’m glad they make an IP version as shiny doesn’t really serve this too well.

  8. I like watches that break up the display and use different ways of showing the info. Makes the watch more interesting and fun to ware.

  9. I actually prefer watches that have a unique way of displaying the time. One of my dream watches would be the Tread watch, even though it will never be in my price range.

  10. I do like the traditional style but there are times were I would like something unique, something that might start a conversation

  11. While it is very nice you guys give us a chance to win a beautiful watch the entry process is a bit redundant and could be more streamlined.

  12. Unusual watch hands (and cases, dials, and everything else in a watch) is what keeps the watch world vibrant. One mans ugly duckling is another’s swan.

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