Giveaway: JORD wood watch! – CLOSED

Jord wood watch

Something a little different today! Several weeks ago I got an email from JORD, introducing their line of wood watches and offered me to review a watch of my chosen model.

I don’t usually wear wristwatch but actually I like them, especially the classic wristwatch with metal link bands. So when I opened JORD website to look at the watches, I was very intrigued to see such unique twist of the classic style.

Jord wood watch

For my complimentary watch, I chose one from the Ely series in the color maple. The Ely series has small face that is suitable for my wrist. You can read more specifications of the watch in the JORD website, I just love how it the look is kinda classic with a twist! The wood is not heavy at all, and I can say that it is a lot more lighter than ordinary metal wrist watch. And because these are made of wood, every watch is unique with its own grain pattern.

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The watch was quite big around my wrist, but it has two links that can be removed. Too bad that due to my tiny wrist, it was still a bit too big even after both links were removed. I need to remove at least two more links! But I think this is not something that you should worry about unless you have tiny wrist like me….

Jord wood watch

I decided to wear the wristwatch like a bracelet so it doesn’t have to be tight around my wrist. Here it is with colorful bangles, perfect for spring!
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Now here’s the good news! JORD has also offered YOU to have one of their wood watches! Just check out the JORD wood watches on this page and then go back here to enter the Raffle. The winner will be drawn next week! Good luck!
Jord wood watch

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  • http://LyndaLand.blogspot.com Lynda M Otvos

    Sully in Cherry/Maple struck me as the prettiest on the page. Thanks so much for holding a give away. No danger of my wrist being too small for the watch. I usually have problems in the other direction – strong wrists from a lifetime of hand work.

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