The folks at Thomas Earnshaw have been nice enough to supply us with a few watches for reviews over the years, and for the WWR March Giveaway, I am going to pass on one of my review watches to you, our dear readers. I looked at the Thomas Earnshaw 1805 Grand Calendar almost a year ago, and thought it was a nice dress watch for the price. The watch has a lot going on, but it is still readable.
It is on the large side, at 45mm, but it is still very wearable, with a lot of rounded surfaces and a pretty domed crystal. You are going to get the watch that was literally on my wrist, and then stored away since the review, as gently used as they come.
What we ask, dear reader, is that you comment below IN THIS THREAD. You don’t have to do anything other than say hi, but if you want to share what it is that makes a nice dress watch for you, that would be great. IN ADDITION, you have to head over to the contest page and enter there as well. If you don’t enter in both places, your entry will be void and should we draw your name, you will never know and we’ll just move on to a new winner. Wouldn’t that be terrible, being a winner and never knowing about it?
You don’t have to, but you can also check out the Thomas Earnshaw web site, Facebook page, and Instagram page. This is the second watch of theirs that I have given to you, our dear readers, so show the brand a little love in return.
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