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Watch On Your Wrist? Fratello Instagram Contest 2020 — Round 2

HomeWatch TalkWatch On Your Wrist? Fratello Instagram Contest 2020 — Round 2 Watch TalkWatch On Your Wrist? Fratello Instagram Contest 2020 — Round 2 Shoot it, post it, tag us, vote, and win… by Balazs Ferenczi June 15, 2020 MIN READWatch On Your Wrist? Fratello Instagram Contest 2020 — Round 2Welcome back to our Watch On Your Wrist? Instagram extravaganza! Tag your watch snaps with #fratellowatches to be in with a chance to win!
Every week, we select four images. You can vote in the article for your favorite image. The winner moves on to the semi-final round (held every fifth week between the previous four weekly winners). Win that and you’re into the final, which will be held at the end of the year. There will be five finalists in 2020 and ten from next year on.
Basically, if you like winning things — and there will be a prize for the champion of 2020 — this year represents your best shot. So get snapping, get tagging, and get sharing. And don’t forget to vote for yourself… Obvious..

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Watch On Your Wrist? Fratello Instagram Contest 2020 — Round 2 Shoot it, post it, tag us, vote, and win… by Balazs Ferenczi June 15, 2020 MIN READWatch On Your Wrist? Fratello Instagram Contest 2020 — Round 2

Welcome back to our Watch On Your Wrist? Instagram extravaganza! Tag your watch snaps with #fratellowatches to be in with a chance to win!

Every week, we select four images. You can vote in the article for your favorite image. The winner moves on to the semi-final round (held every fifth week between the previous four weekly winners). Win that and you’re into the final, which will be held at the end of the year. There will be five finalists in 2020 and ten from next year on.

Basically, if you like winning things — and there will be a prize for the champion of 2020 — this year represents your best shot. So get snapping, get tagging, and get sharing. And don’t forget to vote for yourself… Obviously…

@watchingbaseball— Omega Speedmaster MK40

“I have always admired Omegas, as my introduction to mechanical watches started with my Dad’s Seamaster. I knew that one day I wanted to add a Speedmaster to my collection, and since my taste in watches leans towards those with color, this MK40 was a perfect fit for my first Omega.”

@bwongvivant — Lemania Monopusher RAF

“These Lemania monopusher chronographs have captivated me for a long time. The elegant simplicity and balanced dial of this white version belie the frontline life it led as a military issued watch. This “Series 2” version exhibits the British government issue pheon/broad arrow, circle T indicating tritium lume (as opposed to the hazardous radium used previously), and fixed bars for use only with NATO style straps.

“Many of these Lemanias were issued to the Royal Navy for use on surface ships and submarines but the case back markings of this particular example indicate it was issued to the Air Ministry (RAF) in 1953. I sought out the RAF version specifically since I am a pilot myself and, staring into the slightly weathered dial, I can almost smell the cockpits of the Hawker Hunter jets or Avro Vulcans it might have logged time in. One of the beauties of a white dialed watch is that you can’t really take a bad picture of it since reflections aren’t an issue.”

@watchfiend — Rolex Explorer

“I’ve always admired the 36 mm Explorer due to its no-nonsense design, versatility, and history. But it wasn’t until I tried it on that I knew I had to have it. It’s just so comfortable and under-the-radar. It’s also the perfect go anywhere, do anything watch; I wear it more than any other piece in my collection. I took this shot because the Explorer is the best tree-hand watch of all time. Wouldn’t you agree?”

@imwatchcollector — vintage Seiko 6139-7060 chronograph

“The Seiko 6139-7060 is ` marvelous vintage chronograph with a legendary movement. The caliber came out in 1969 as one of the world’s first self-winding chronograph movements, and obviously the first non-Swiss. This watch, the 6139-7060 with its large steel case, dark dial, and colorful accents represents the quintessential ’70s sports chronograph.”

You can check out last week’s contestants by clicking here.

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Balazs Ferenczi

Balázs joined Fratello Watches in 2014 and he has been a fan of watches as long as he can remember. His passion for watches really took off in 2007 when he purchased his first fine Swiss timepiece. From 2007 up… read more

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