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The May 2019 WWR Giveaway: a Jon Oscar Vanguard

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So, remember how we brought you word of a new brand doing interesting things with a circle motif? If not, we’ll wait for you to read the review (right on over here). Ok, everyone back? Well, if you’re intrigued by this affordable, dressy flat sphere, read on, because this month is your lucky month.

In our review (again, that’s right here) we took a look at two of the options available for the Jon Oscar Vanguard. What if you don’t like those two options? Well, have no fear! Those were just loaners, and have gone back to the brand. That means, for the winner of this giveaway, you’ll get your choice of which of the five options best suits your wrist. Just in time for those summertime dinner parties, am I right?

While I would not go so far as to call the Jon Oscar Vanguard watch my favorite watch of all time, or a perfect watch, I did find a lot to like about it. But, don’t just take my word for it – enter for a chance to win one of your very own!

  1. Comment below with what your favorite watch (other than the Jon Oscar Vanguard) that has a heavy circle theme to it
  2. Head on over to the giveaway widget to complete your entry

Be sure to do BOTH steps! Giveaway is open to residents of the US. Our thanks to Jon Oscar for sponsoring the giveaway, and good luck to you, dear reader.

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37 COMMENTS

  1. The Klokers KLOK-01 has a circular theme to it where the seconds, minutes and hours dials all turn, within a circular case.

    • The Klokers KLOK-01 has a circular theme to it where the seconds, minutes and hours dials all turn, within a circular case.

  2. 70s era Seiko panda chronographs are quite visually appealing, and are my favorite “circle-heavy” designs.

  3. I’m a fan of the Bravur Scandinavia, which I consider to be very “circular”, especially with a similar date window as this brand.

  4. Many Ziiiro watches have a circle focussed design. I’ve outgrown the style now, but used to love it back in the day.

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