I have been loving my JORD watch that I shared with you guys a couple of months ago so much that I have been wearing it almost every day!
My husband has been pretty smitten with it as well so he was pretty excited when this showed up the other day.
Isn’t it pretty! Mike chose the 94A Series in Dark Sandalwood. You can check out all of their men’s watches here. A lot of new styles have been added. This particular watch is made out of Sandalwood from Mozambique. All of their wood watches are made from sustainably harvested wood, have a scratch resistant glass face, and come with a 12 month warranty.
I LOVE the look and feel of this watch. It makes the jump from business dress to casual so easily. Even though he had felt my watch before, he was still surprised by how incredibly lightweight they are. When compared to his traditional metal band watch, he feels like he’s not wearing anything. A strange sensation at first, but certainly welcome in the summer heat!
And since we took advantage of their free sizing, he was able to wear his new watch as soon as it arrived! You just print off their measuring guide and order according to your measurement.
I feel like this watch perfectly suits Mike. He’s your classic man’s man. He loves worn leather, whiskey, his bird dog, and scented bubble baths. Hehehehe…. But seriously, he does. And I seriously want his watch for myself.
Ok, so if you have yet to try JORD for yourself you’re gonna like this. JORD is offering one lucky winner a $75.00 e-gift card towards any of their watches!!! And that’s not all, everyone who enters (except for the winner) will receive a $20 e-gift card that you can apply toward any watch on their site! There are no losers here! Use it for yourself or toward a unique gift for someone else.
Giveaway details: This contest runs 8/8/16 through 8/15/2016 at 11:59pm. One winner will be chosen at random by JORD to receive a $75.00 e-gift card. All others who enter will receive a $20.00 e-gift card.
Disclosure: I was gifted this watch by JORD; however, all opinions are my own.