Welcome to the first Watch Winner ‘Winner’s Choice’ competition where the winner of this luxury watch competition will get to choose ‘one’ of the following fantastic prize options:
Prize Option 1:
Re-launched in 2021, the Aquaracer collection has re-written sports watch design and performance codes to take wearers beyond the edge as they push their limits in search of ever-greater performance.
The TAG Heuer Aquaracer Professional 300 GMT is the latest chapter in the story of this iconic watch collection. Clean and colourful, this model is the ultimate go-anywhere watch, designed to cross time zones and dive and surf all over the world.
Combining a fresh and sporty style with extreme technical construction, this high-performance timepiece is characterised by an extreme 43mm case featuring 30 bar (300 metres) of water resistance, a yellow GMT hand that completes one full rotation a day, and the automatic calibre 7 GMT movement.
Designed to endure any conditions, this 43mm model pairs a stainless steel case with a coordinating stainless steel bracelet.
The robust ceramic GMT bezel displays a 24-hour scale and is split into two colours – deep midnight blue represents the night time hours of 6 in the evening to 6 in the morning, while brilliant white indicates the hours of 6 in the morning through to 6 in the evening.
Made with performance in mind, the midnight blue, sunray dial features luminescent hands and hour markers, a date display at 6 o’clock, and a yellow GMT hand indicating a second time zone.
Prize Option 2:
Longines is a brand built on pioneering. And that spirit is fully present in their latest offering in their Spirit line, the Spirit Automatic 42mm. This is a quality watch with all the looks of a classic aviators’ timepiece, fully updated for the modern wearer.
The first thing you’ll notice about this modern classic is the bold, characterful dial. With a matt black finish, sandblasted sword shaped minute hands, and a railroad style minute track, this is a watch that commands attention. And all this on a beautifully brushed and polished stainless steel strap with a sturdy clasp that feels reassuringly secure on the wrist.
Longines is a watch for adventurers. Its founder, Auguste Agassiz, set up his first workshop in St-Imier, Switzerland, in 1832. With no running water or electricity, Agassiz faced an adventure of his own. He prevailed, and before long Longines was producing innovative timepieces worn by some of the most daring men and women in history. Ruth Nichols, Paul-Emile Victor, Howard Hughes, and Amelia Earhart have all worn a Longines watch.
The Longines Spirit Automatic 42mm sports crisp, legible numbers, Super-LumiNova treated hands, and a 100m waterproof rating. And of course, it’s been thoroughly tested by the COSC.
Prize Option 3:
The popular OMEGA De Ville Prestige collection has attracted a large and loyal following with its classic, upmarket elegant design. This model features a sun-brushed blue dial with diamond-set indexes and Roman numerals. The striking blue dial is protected by scratch-resistant sapphire crystal glass. The bezel is mounted on a 27.4 mm stainless steel case and is presented on a matching bracelet. This timepiece is powered by the Omega quartz calibre 1376 movement.
Good Luck everyone !!
Note: All watches are purchased brand new prior to each competition launch and originate from major authorised retailers.
Photos: Images and videos shown are of the actual watch taken jointly by Watch Winner and a professional photographer.
You must be over 18 to enter. We require ID as proof of age or we cannot pay out prizes. You must be a UK resident and hold a UK bank account or address to have your prize delivered or paid.
All our competitions are drawn LIVE on our Facebook page and using Random Picker. You can also enter this competition by post, for more information, click here.
All tickets are allocated randomly to every order. You will receive your numbers via email and also in the My Account > Tickets area. Any competitions that sell out early, will automatically move to “Past Tickets” in the My Account area.
Take a look in your junk folders first but sometimes emails don’t get delivered for many reasons. If you don’t get an email, go to My Account > tickets and check you have them. Regardless of if you receive an email, if you see your tickets here, you’re in the draws!
Please follow our Facebook page and tune in at the stated time on the competition you’ve entered to find out the winners names. Don’t worry, if you miss the live draw, you can watch it back on the Facebook page. We also post all the winners to our website winners area too, so you can just check there about an hour after the draws.
You do not need to watch the live draws, we contact ALL winners via phone. If we can’t get hold of you, we’ll keep trying and we’ll send you emails and texts to notify you.
A free Entry option is available for all Entrants by sending a postal Entry.
To enter a Competition for Free by postal Entry, you must first create an Account on the Website, then clearly write on a Letter or Postcard, your full name, full address, email address used to register your Account, date of birth, contact telephone number and the name of the specific Competition you wish to enter to the Promoter. Free Entries must be posted to Watch Winner Ltd, 31 Wilmslow Road, Cheadle, Cheshire, United Kingdom, SK8 1DR. First or second class postage must be paid by the Entrant and bulk entry or business postage solutions must not be used. Hand deliveries are not accepted, you must post all entries via the Royal Mail postal service.
Each free postal entry must be submitted on a separate letter or postcard. All Entries must be sent individually and bulk entries will not be accepted.
In the interest of fairness, Watch Winner reserves the right to ban anybody that is suspected of misuse, cheating or automating entries. Any automated entries or suspected automated entries will not be accepted and anybody suspected or deemed to be attempting to make automated entries will be permanently banned from Watch Winner. Automated entries can include, but is not limited to; printing post cards in volume, use of a franking machine or use of business postage solutions.
Free postal Entries received while the Competition is still open will be allocated an Entry and will be treated in exactly the same as a paid entry. Any free postal Entries received after the Competition has closed will not be entered into the Draw. You will not be deemed to have Entered a Competition until the Promoter confirms your Entry either by email or by adding your Entry(s) to the Recent Orders area of your Account.
Free postal Entries with incomplete information will not be Entered into the Draw.
The Promoter will not be held responsible for any lost free postal Entries which don’t arrive at the Promoter’s address.
The Promoter will not be held responsible for any free postal Entries which do not arrive or are not processed before the Competition closes. A Competition may close due to all Entries being allocated or the countdown timer of the Competition reaching zero. In these instances, the free postal Entry will not be Entered into the Competition Draw.