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The March 2019 WWR Giveaway: a Watches for the World Equinox


So, it was not all that long ago that we brought you a hands-on review of a new watch (from a new brand), the Watches for the World Equinox.  You can check out that full review right here, and then come right on back to win the very watch we reviewed.

As usual, we’ve got a two-step process for you on the giveaway.  First up, comment below what your favorite green-dialed watch is.  Second, head on over to the giveaway widget and complete your entry.  Good luck, and our thanks to Watches for the World for sponsoring the giveaway!

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  1. I like the Oris Diver Sixty-five with a green dial. The lume hour markers and dark green really sand out on that watch.

  2. I have to agree on the Oris Diver 65. That is a classy looking timepiece, with a fantastic looking strap

  3. It’s actually got to be the Watches for the World Equinox that was reviewed – the reason being that proceeds go towards supporting a non-profit (EESI) at the moment. Can’t help but appreciate a good cause together with a very striking looking watch!

  4. I love the green watch…going green to the next level. Beautiful colour, classic and beauty. Love the Shonala but everyone of them are gorgeous.like the classy strap too.

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