If you caught Victor’s article the other week (right here), you know that Oblako has a crazy value proposition for you.  Well, if the low price being offered for those watches is a bit too steep for you, then this month is just for you.

That’s right – we’re giving away an Oblako!  And not to just one lucky reader, but to two of you.  As usual, you will need to follow a few steps:

  1. Comment below and let us know what other crowd-funded watch you had hoped to see hit funding but didn’t end up crossing the finish line
  2. Head on over to the giveaway page (over here) and complete your entry

Good luck – and our thanks to Brenden for sponsoring the giveaway!  Should you be too antsy for the watch, and not want to roll the dice on the giveaway, you could also head on over to Indiegogo and lay claim to your own that way as well.

Oblako on the 22mm Max Difues leather strap
Oblako on the 22mm Max Difues leather strap

By Patrick 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.

18 thoughts on “The November 2016 WWR Giveaway: An Oblako”
  1. I liked Manchester Watch Works Armada line, especially once they had changed to an automatic movement and Titanium case! Really unfortunate that one didn’t fund.

  2. I have come across a watch two years back and I liked it but it dint hit the limit. I dont remember the watch name now.

  3. I guess it depends on how you look at defining “not crossing the finish line” but the Kreyos smartwatch seems to be the dubious winner, even though merchandise was produced. Consumers were not happy, and that to me is the bottom line.

  4. Three days left (count on today) for Protos automatic diver on Kickstarter which almost get the crown fund but not yet.
    In my opinion, it look nice and it should be crown funded earlier.
    Hope Protos can make it and this comment should be deleted.

  5. I honestly dont follow crowdfunded watches all that much enough to know about what hasn’t made it, but as a watch fan i know i’d like to see all the young watchmakers be successful!

  6. Leyden Power Reserve was very pretty. but didn’t come close. Looks like they’re lauching a Seiko Meca-quartz next week. Good luck!

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