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The October Giveaway: Earnshaw Longcase Skeleton

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We’ve hit a new month on the calendar, and that means one thing here at WWR – it’s time for us to start up a brand new giveaway. For the October giveaway, you’ve got a chance to win an Earnshaw Longcase Skeleton.

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This is a watch that Matt reviewed back in April of this year, where he found the watch to be very visually arresting (as skeleton watches tend to be), though at the cost of some ease of legibility. Now, you’ve got a chance to see if you agree with Matt or not, and add the Earnshaw Longcase Skeleton to your own personal collection. To enter the giveaway, simply follow the instructions in the widget below.

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Good luck!

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Our thanks to Earnshaw  for sponsoring this month’s giveaway

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16 COMMENTS

  1. I think skeleton watches emphasize the intricacy inside a watch and when done right, are gorgeous. I prefer normal dials because they fit my style better but I’m digging the look of this Earnshaw piece!

  2. Nice looking skeleton. Like the blue hands on this model. Would not be an everyday watch but I would wear it on more formal days.

  3. I like the tone this watch sets. More formal, but with a nod to all of our society’s mechanical roots. While not a fan of the gold palette (I prefer silver, platinum, etc) I think this one is done very tastefully. What I am really looking forward to is a melding of the skeleton concept artfully combined with cutting edge technology. I think the intersection is inevitable given how we humans adapt to new change and technology by remembering the past.

  4. I’m a big fan of skeletons. The more complex, the better. Revealing the inner workings is like revealing the soul of a watch.

  5. I like skeleton watches, not for every day though. I can’t say i have a favorite, per se, but they’re really all very interesting to me.

  6. I like to wear skeleton watches on occasion, but not as an everyday watch. I used to have one, but, it was stolen, along with all of my other watches 🙁

  7. I am a fan of Skeleton Watches, but I don’t have any currently in rotation. I opt for a regular dial for day to day. That said, when I put on a suit a sleek skeleton can turn some heads.

  8. I am not big on skeleton watches (or Roman numerals on my wrist, for that matter) but I must say this is an interesting looking piece…

  9. I am a huge fan of skeleton watches, I think they are stylish, very sophisticated, and love the look and workmanship. I like the Armin Strom, Omega, and Richard Mille watches and this watch to me is definitely in the same class. Pesonally, I love this watch, the Earnshaw Longcase Skeleton is a fine watch. Thank you for the great opportunity.

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