It’s a new month, so that means that it’s time for us to spin up a new giveaway. This month, just like last month, we have something pretty unique for you. This time around, it’s the Ballast Trafalgar.
When we reviewed the Ballast Trafalgar back in April, I noted that, on the surface, this watch does not look that different from the Ballast models that preceded it. It has some nautical cues, and the canteen crown that has shown up plenty before.
It’s what is underneath that crown that really sets the Ballast Trafalgar apart. You see, that crown is actually just a pusher. You depress it, and out pops a button at the 3 o’clock position.
As we outlined in our review, that popping-out allows the bezel to spin into action – quite literally. You see, rather than using the crown to set the date or time, or even wind the movement, you instead use the crown. This is pretty clever, and, when you think about it, it makes sense (and we have those details in our writeup).
And that uniqueness – in the form of the Ballast Trafalgar – is what we have on offer for you to win this month, courtesy of our friends over at the re-launched Ballast. To enter the contest, you’ll need to do our usual dance:
- Comment below on what you think the most unique way of setting a watch is that you have run across
- Head over to our contest page, and complete your entry
Bear in mind, we do match the email address on the entries to the comments here, so be sure to do both steps. Also of note, this contest is open to the residents of North America (just a nod to conserving shipping costs). Good luck!
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