Back in September, Ken reviewed the then-latest model from Padron, the Padron Selby. With a now-launched project on Kickstarter, we thought it was a fine time for us to give you a crack at winning your own Padron Selby.
As you can see from the photos (and from Ken’s review), this is very much a retro-futuristic watch. This often times takes the form of a digital watch with red-segment displays, but that is not what we have here. No, we have instead a watch driven by a top-grade ETA 2824, complete with a crazy angular=and-curved case, paired up to custom bracelet that matches the design of the watch.
This is, indeed, a rather interesting watch, visually. It does look rather unlike anything else out there, and I think Padron hit his mark of coming up with a watch from the 60s that had been designed to look like a watch of our current day. There are not a lot of these out there – only 1,000 examples – and this month, we have your opportunity to win your very own.
To enter this contest, we’ve got our familiar two-part process:
- Comment below on what your favorite retro-futuristic watch design is
- Head on over to the giveaway page and complete your entry.
Our thanks to Padron for sponsoring this giveaway; to our readers, good luck!
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