This month, we’ve got you chance to win one of three different watches (plus one more). That’s right, folks, we’re going to have three different winners. With the variety of things coming up with the warmer weather, we thought that one of these three should fit for your summertime activities.
First up, we’ve got the dressiest Armitron we’ve look at as of late, the Armitron Tank. The 33mm rectangular case gives things that tank-like profile, and the the degrade dial and Swarovski accents do give things a bit of a flashier look. For this model, we’ve actually got two at play here, one on the bracelet, and one on a leather strap – perfect for those summertime weddings and outdoors parties.
On the other hand, if you’re truly headed off into the great outdoors, then something like the Armitron Adventure is going to be more of what you’re looking for. The bright yellow case and strap are certainly high-visibility, and the inclusion of the altimeter and barometer, and a thermometer. Handy for telling just how cold it is outside when you climb out of the tent to get the coffee going, no?
Last, but not least, we’ve got the Armitron Visible247. This is more of an everyday, all-around than the other two models we’ve got in the giveaway. Certainly, with the luminous dial, this watch is meant for visibility in the dark, be it in a movie theater or sitting by the campfire. Tack in the 100m WR and steel case, and you’ve got a robust watch, be it for the trails or just working in the yard.
So, there you have it – a variety of options for what you can win this month. For the giveaway this month, we’re doing things a little different:
- Comment below as to which of the four different Armitron watches you’re most interested in
- Use this widget to complete your entry! complete your entry!
Good luck, everyone!
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