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June 2014 Giveaway: Project Watches Nadir



Today, we’ve got a new month, and of course a brand-new giveaway to kick off.  This one is a bit unique, as it’s actually a watch I reviewed over at our sister site, aBlogtoWatch.  Before getting into the details of the giveaway, feel free to pop on over there and take a look at what the watch is all about.

Now that that’s out of the way, head on over to Project Watches and check out their catalog, as you’ll need some familiarity with it for the required entry below.  Ok, now that we’ve got that out of the way, feel free to use the widget below to get your entries in.

Good luck!



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  1. My favorites were the foretell, deja vu, and the ’till watches. The one I would probably wear for sure is the ’till watch. Although I’d love to wear the foretell watch just so when someone asked me a question I can say lemme check what my watch says and then answer with what it says. It would be a blast.

  2. That Reveal Brass watch, both due to brass and face geometry with only the partial face showing — really interesting! Love that look!

  3. The Digital Destruction Brass Watch LCD Watch is very unique. I love how they incoprate so many different styles for so many peoples own expressions.

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