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Oracle Time Watch Awards Giveaway Prizes from Tudor & More

Tudor Black Bay Fifty Eight 39mm

Have you voted in the Oracle Time Watch Awards 2023 yet? There’s one week left until the vote closes on October 31st which is your last chance to have your say on the watches that win and also your last chance to enter our giveaway in association with Finnies the Jeweller. That’s right, we’re giving away five watches to Awards voters as a thank you for taking part in this community focused event. Let’s take a closer look at the watches you could win.

Tudor Black Bay Fifty Eight 39mm, £3,350

Tudor Black Bay Fifty Eight 39mm

The first watch in our giveaway is the Tudor Black Bay Fifty Eight, which has had a surge in popularity in recent years and is now arguably the most well loved model in the whole Black Bay range. The retro-styling inspired by the 1958 original gives an extra layer of character and vintage aesthetic that makes it a favourite among collectors. At 39mm in steel with 200m water resistance it’s a respectable diver, although what makes it truly great is the movement inside. It houses the Tudor Calibre MT5402 with 70-hour power reserve and COSC chronometer certification.

More details at Finnies.

Herbelin Newport Slim 42mm, £415

Herbelin Newport Slim 42mm

We recently took a comprehensive look at the 35-year heritage of the Herbelin Newport so here’s the short version. The Newport has come to define the French brand with its slick sense of style, sweeping case and elegant dial. The Newport Slim is the ultimate expression of that with its classy bezel and relatively unadorned display. It’s a quartz model providing plenty of long lasting reliability.

More details at Finnies.

Bell & Ross BR 03-92 42mm, £3,000

Bell & Ross BR 03-92 42mm

Bell & Ross produce a wide variety of tool watches inspired by the instrument panels found in aircraft and vehicles. The BR 03 is one of their most quintessential collection, renowned for its square case and ultra-legible dial with high contrast black and white colouration. It measures 42mm in diameter and is made from stainless steel with visible screws, giving it a slight industrial vibe. Under the surface it houses the BR-CAL. 302 automatic movement with 38-hour power reserve.

More details at Finnies.

Longines Heritage 35mm, £1,300

Longines Heritage 35mm

This gorgeous little dress watch is the Longines Heritage 35mm, a vintage style timepiece with svelte sizing and retro elements such as a hesalite crystal. It has a really nice dial with a silver tone background and golden hour markers with matching hands and a date window at 12 o’clock making for a balanced and symmetric display. It’s powered by the L633 Calibre based on the well-known ETA 2824-2 with 38-hour power reserve. It’s perfectly in keeping with current style trends which are tending towards smaller sizes and vintage flavour.

More details at Finnies.

Doxa Sub 200 Professional Chronograph 45mm, £2,690

Doxa Sub 200 Professional Chronograph 45mm

When it comes to Swiss diving watches there are a lot of brands you could argue as being the most influential such as the Rolex Submariner, Omega Seamaster or Blancpain Fifty Fathoms. However, it’s Doxa who are responsible for making orange one of the most popular colours for dive watches following their research into the best colours for optimum legibility underwater. This is the Sub 200 Professional Chronograph edition that adds a tricompax chrono to the mix alongside its diving heritage.

More details at Finnies.

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