WristReview and Avi-8 are proud to present to you all a very special giveaway Contest.

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1. Comment on this post below (on wristreview.com, not Facebook or elsewhere you might see this article). In your comment you have to mention how many watches you own.

2. If you are chosen as the winner, then you must be willing to do a short review of the watch which will be published here on WristReview.com, Twitter and Facebook.

3. Wait until the giveaway is over on November 30, 2014 for the winner to be chosen at random(Starts and ends 12:00 AM GMT -08:00 Pacif Time).

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AV-4026-01 Hawker Harrier II

AV-4026-01 Hawker Harrier II Photo

This timepiece from the Hawker Harrier II collection is a robust testament to the strength and endurance prevailing in modern military aviation today.

Large luminous hands move over the dial – with explicit contrasts. The seconds subdial with plane silhouette rotating through the seconds of the day borrows directly from the cockpit mechanics and display of the Harrier 2 While being large and pronounced the unique case with screw detailing still adjusts snugly to the wearers wrist for an undeniable masculine statement. A large crown is positioned for ease of handling under adverse conditions, hence Power and precision prevail in this Japanese movement timepiece with an unquestioned pedigree.

Movement :
Japanese movement with 2 hands & sub-second hand with plane disc

Case :
Stainless Steel Case

Water Resistance :
5ATM

Diameter of Case (3-9) :
46.00 mm x 52.0 mm

Strap :
Black Genuine leather strap with solid stainless steel buckle and steel rivets

Retail Price :

$360 / €275 / £235

 

Rules:

You can only enter once.

You must sign up with a valid e-mail address where you can be reached. Your comment must be confirmed and approved. You must complete the objectives to be considered. You are responsible for providing your contact shipping information if you are chosen.

All submitted comments made after the end of the giveaway period will not be considered. If you are chosen as a winner you than have 24 hours to ensure receipt of your full shipping information or an alternative winner will be chosen. Any profitable taxes or customs charges that may occur are paid by the winner.

You must be of legal age (minimum 18 years old).

There’s just one of you that can win this brand new watch from Avi-8. The winner will be contacted via email.

 

Good luck, and thanks to Avi-8 for providing the giveaway watch here at wristreview.com!

  • Gabriel Balas Baconschi

    I have 21 watches în my collection, and with this one, maybe 22. Thanks for this great giveaway.

  • Elijs

    Currently I own 8 watches, with 2 more already pre-ordered and in production.

  • Andre Blaize

    Quite a different Aviator style, the crown is cool but I don’t like so much the four screws on the face, they don’t belong in the same design register. Classic aero-type screws would be better imho.

  • JTFMT

    My collection is 16 and hopefully +1 with this Avi-8 Hawker Harrier II.

  • Mark P

    ’bout half-a-dozen nondescript quartz watches pending new batteries, and a couple of automatics that are my daily go-tos.

  • Matt Gennone

    I have 13….uh oh I better get 14 quickly!

  • Greg Hall

    6 watches in collection, 3 mechanical and 3 digital plus a decent mech. clock

  • Alvin

    Interesting watch but I would’ve made a few different design choices. Seems strange to place a “0” at the 12 o’clock position, although this could be considered avant garde. While I like lume on my non-dress watches, I fail to see how totally white hands are easy to read on a white dial. Perhaps the photo on the webpage doesn’t do it justice. I do like the use of the plane to indicate the seconds. And I really do like this large crown compared to the “onion” style used on other pilot watches. Did I mention that despite my comments, I would love to win this watch?

  • Alvin

    No, I can’t read & follow directions. Kept on looking for requested theme but couldn’t find it. Thought it interesting that everyone else comments on number of watches in their collections. Ah, there it is/was after I signed off. Oh well. I have 3 mechanicals & 1 quartz.

  • Nathan Asher

    I have 8 watches in my collection, this handsome watch will be a great addition, my 10 year old son would be very happy to have it one day as his dream is to become a jet fighter pilot!! Fingers crossed!

  • Keith Konior

    I currently own four wristwatches. I would be very pleased were that number to unexpectedly increase.

  • Darren

    Great watches. I would like one of these in my collection.

  • Peter Kaszubski

    Very unique looking aviator, nice and big crown I like the idea of rotating jet fighter
    as a second hand very cool
    I have 18 wrist watches in my collection and this one will pop out
    as is very different to what I own.
    great looking watch and keep up the good work.

  • Neal

    I currently have an Alpina Extreme Diver and a Citizen Eco-drive Diver. Would love to have this watch to help build my collection.

  • German Lopez

    I currently own zero watches :(. Had to sell for financial reasons.

  • Pollenus Jacques

    I own 19 wristwatches: 8 Quartz driven,9 automatic and 2 handwound,some of them vintage. But this one would certainly look good in my collection!

  • Daryl Akio Okayama

    I have 18 watches with one in production. This would make a great addition if I win! Thanks for the contest!

  • Randy Torres

    Cool watch would love to own it!

  • Zbignjew

    I have 16 watches in my collection including my first watch (flic-flak), my late dad’s Omega and my Grandfather’s Kama from 1953. All of the mechanical watches are vintage in some sort of way and I’m looking for a tough daily watch and this one would be splendid!

  • Ivan Kiskinov

    Great looking clock aviator style and design

  • Jake

    I have about 28 watches of various prices and styles. This watch would fit very nicely into my collection.

  • ALAN PICKNEY

    I own 2 Seiko automatic watches, I REALLY LIKE THE AVIATOR STYLE, AS AN EX MILITARY MAN , I ENJOY THE AIRCRAFT THEME, SHOULD I WIN OF COURSE ILL SHOW IT OFF TO EVERYONE I KNOW, ILL BE PROUD TO WEAR IT.

  • Scott D

    I own 8 watches right now. Maybe one more soon?

  • Ron McKelvie

    I am just getting into the LARGE looking watches , i know this trend is a couple of years in the making but better late than never. Thanks for the contest.

  • John Hornung

    Nice looking watch. I like the aeroplane icon on the sub-dial. I have 8 watches.

  • steve

    I currently own 7 watches and always looking for another thanks for the chance

  • Wayne Y

    Just started to get int watches the last several years. Son and wife gave me one a couple of years ago. Wore this Daniel Mink all the time, so my son talked my wife into getting another one, since then, my collection of gifts/watches has grown to four

  • Gio

    I just let my collection begin a few months ago, actually i own just my first watch ever, an Hamilton Jazzmaster Viewmatic. I’m looking and working hard to make my collection grows and that’s all in my own hands 🙂

  • Giovanni

    I just let my collection begin a few months ago, actually i own just my first watch ever, an Hamilton Jazzmaster Viewmatic. I’m looking and working hard to make my collection grows and that’s all in my own hands

  • Dave Harrington

    I own 3 watches, none of which are mechanical, I follow Wristreview daily and have my eye on some candidated for when funds allow. I think I’ll add the AVI-8 to that list I especially like 9- 0- 3 numerals. Never seen the like before, very nice.

  • Gary Allum

    I have 4 watches right now, maybe 5 , if I win here.

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