Time and Tours-Christmas: Casio PRW-60 Sweepstakes

It’s the first of the four Sundays before Christmas, the First Advent in German-speaking countries – and in cooperation with Casio Germany, I’m happy to offer one of my lucky readers a Pro Trek PRW-60!

This Pro Trek watch is not the usual device I focus on. After all, there is neither GPS, nor a surfeit of sports data.

The Casio Pro Trek PRW-60 is good-looking enough for everyday use, though. And tough and functional enough, with Casio’s tried-and-true Triple Sensor giving the ABC of outdoor watches – altitude, barometer, compass – for mountain tours.

PRW-60-2A

I will want to get around to a little unboxing and a short review of that watch, before I really must get to more detailed impressions and insights into all the new sports/outdoor devices I have begun to work with.
(Did you see the unboxing / first impression videos on YouTube already?)

And of course, I want to get there before the lucky winner him-/herself gets to their own private (re- 😉 )unboxing…

The Sweepstakes

Probably what you’ve been waiting for: How do you get a chance to win this watch? Easy-peasy.

To sweeten Christmas for me, subscribe to my 
YouTube-Channel, like the Facebook page of Time and Tours and/or follow me on Instagram.

For your chance at winning the watch, comment with Christmas greetings, here on the blog, before December 16.

Fine Print (Legal Notes)

My comment function here does not ask for email adresses, if I’m not mistaken. They’d make getting in touch with the winner rather easier, though (otherwise, I’ll try via comment and give two days to reply before choosing someone else).

Data you submit will be stored by my install of WordPress here; I will not store it anywhere else, let alone use it for any purpose (except to send the watch to the winner).

The winner will be chosen randomly from all the comments submitted until December 16. He/she will receive the watch at no cost to him/her, as far as that is under my control.
That’s to say, if the winner lives outside of the EU, there could be customs duties or taxes to be paid, which would be his/her responsibility. In that case, I will first ask for the recipient’s consent.

Good luck and Merry (Pre-)Christmas!

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5 Comments

  1. Jerko Duplancic

    I would really like to win PRW-60 for my outdoor adventures !
    Thank you very much for this opportunity !

    Greetings from Croatia
    p.s. I already subscribed to your YouTube channel

  2. Radoslav Dimov

    Hi, Gerald greeting from Bulgaria, I wish you a Merry Christmas and happy holidays overall thx for the videos and blogs you helped me to choose my watch (Suunto spartan ultra) keep the good work!

  3. Wombat

    Have a very merry Christmas!!!

  4. Saketo Neko

    Have a very Merry Christmas Gerald 😉

  5. Alain

    Great initiative and please continue this blog, I come back regularly and quite like the various interventions on Watchuseek or on the run4iq Suunto group 🙂

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