When it comes to watches for the summer, you can go any number of directions. Something colorful, something ready for the water, or, you know, just something lightweight that’s already tanned. If that’s what you want, then you’re in luck with this month’s giveaway, the Larsen & Eriksen A37 Triple Copper.
While there are a lot of brands that lay claim to a “minimalist” design, the Larsen & Eriksen A37 Triple Copper actually delivered on that promise, as our review shows. Between the compact size (37mm by 7.1mm thick), triple tonal approach (case, dial, and hands) and clean – but still indicated – dial, Larsen & Eriksen have delivered precisely what that name indicates, in my book. Add in the relatively low cost (under $200) and Swiss Ronda quartz movement, and this is a watch ready for your summertime.
If you’d like to win this very watch – along with the color-matched bracelet and bonus leather strap, you’ve got the same simple steps that we’ve got each month:
- Comment below with what your favorite summertime watch pick would be
- Head on over to the giveaway widget and complete your entry
Be sure to do both steps to complete your entry, otherwise it will not count. Good luck to you, and our thanks for Larsen & Eriksen for sponsoring the giveaway!
16 thoughts on “The June 2019 WWR Giveaway: The Larsen & Eriksen A37 Triple Copper”
I love warm tones in the summer, but also wood watches. So wood, copper, or rose gold watches are my favorite.
Favorite summer time watch is a Diver, like the Oris 6542.
My favorite summertime watch pick would be a solar-powered diver from Seiko or Citizen. It would make me feel an affinity with our life-giving home star, the sun, which I hope would be shining overhead every day and would cope with a busy program of sailing, boating, snorkeling and scuba diving. In my dreams!
the Seiko Orange turtle is a real summer favorite.
Seiko Turtle divers are a warm-weather favorite.
Tag Huer Aquaracer! Thanks for the chance to win!
I love the Seiko watches
For me, a summer time watch is something you don’t need to worry about beating up. You’re out working in the yard a lot, you’re swimming at the beach or you’re just plain ol’ sweating; you want something durable like a Citizen Promaster Tough or a Glycine Combat Sub.
Timex weekender on a bright nato
I must say, that rubber bands are much more appropriate than leather or steel.
Of course, for evening night outs, something stylish / sail type looks cool.
Daniel wellington cricket blue classic black bayswater watch is one the cool watch in summer.
Thank you Larsen & Eriksen. I would prefer anything for smaller feminine wrist
Gotta go with a diver. I wear a Deep Blue Master for much of the summer. Also like rugged field watches with NATO straps. Light, simple and easy to wear.
I prefer silver watches for summertime. Love Seikos with several complications.
The Tudor Heritage Chrono Blue