As you may or may not be aware, all of our editors here at WWR have Instagram accounts. Until yesterday, however, we did not have a presence on the ‘gram for WWR itself. That grievous, grievous oversight has now been corrected. If you’re on Instagram, you can find WWR on there as (what else) WristWatchReview.
Why would you want to follow the site’s Instagram feed? Well, those reasons are ultimately up to you. It will be a good source of aggregating various shots our writers are taking and news of new articles on the site. Past all of that, there are plans for Instagram-only giveaways as well. As a matter of fact, there’s one of those up there right now. So, you might want to check that out right on over here.
If you’re also of a mind to follow our editors, you can find them all here (in no particular order):
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