After a brief hiatus, the monthly WWR giveaway is back!? This month, we have a chance for you to win a watch that John recently reviewed, and is still actively collecting pledges over on Kickstarter (fully funded, too!). Read on to get your entry in.

So, you want to know what the Caliper Slide View is all about? Well you’ve got John’s review (found here) to give you the lowdown. You can also head over to the Kickstarter campaign to find more photos, details on the other versions, and of course to pledge support for your own in case you’re not feeling lucky (the campaign closes out on July 9, 2020.

For everyone else, well, we’ve got the giveaway, with it’s normal two-part process. As always, we’ve got our widget helping us organize all the entries, which you can find right on over here. But before you do that, be sure to comment below and let us know what other slide rule watches you find interesting!

Our thanks to Caliper for sponsoring the giveaway, and good luck to you, our readers!

ByPatrick Kansa

A big data developer and leader with a penchant for gadgets, books, watches and beverages. You can find my work on WristWatchReview, Knapsack.News, and Slushpile. If you're on Twitter and/or Instagram, you'll find me there as @PatrickWatches.

10 thoughts on “The July 2020 WWR Giveaway: Caliper Slide View MKII OBL”
  1. I like the Sinn 903 – the only officially licensed version of Breitling Navitimer. The Sinn is cleaner in design, slightly smaller, and quite a bit cheaper.

  2. Citizen Blue Angel Chronograph AT has the best movement I?ve found for air travel and is easy to use.Functionally, the A-T has a one hour chronograph, a fixed 24-hour display at nine, perpetual calendar, Eco-Drive solar power, retrograde day display, power reserve, atomic (radio-set) timekeeping that works with six transmitters (US, UK, Germany, China, Japan).

  3. Love the Breitling Navitimer. Its way too expensive and I’ll never have one, but it sure is pretty

  4. I’d go with a Citizen Promaster Nighthawk. Seems to pull off the cool look and still be affordable.

  5. The classic timepiece for a wannabe pilot and Doctor Who tragic like me, the Brietling Navitmer. This numbers man with a mathematical mind would be ahead of the times, if I could afford such technological design.

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