Giveaway: ELYSEE European Automatic Watch

Giveaway: ELYSEE European Automatic Watch

Giveaway: ELYSEE European Automatic Watch    watch giveaways

Newer German watch brand ELYSEE (pronounced “elle-e-say”) wants you to win one of their simply named ref. 70935 European Automatic watches. Combining styles from a few genres, the European Automatic is a steel watch in a 40mm wide case with an easy to read black and white sporty dial. The watch contains a Swiss ETA 2824 automatic movement and comes on a black leather strap with contrast stitching. Retail price on the watch is $995, and you can enter to win one below before May 31st, 2011.

To Enter You Must:

1. Comment on this post below before the giveaway is over with your valid e-mail address where required. In the body of your comment mention the perfect width of a watch for your wrist (for example 42mm).

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3. Wait until the giveaway is over on May 31st, 2011 for the winner to be chosen at random.

A couple of basic rules. You can only enter once. You must comment 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. Shipping restrictions to non US entrants may apply based on sponsor’s policies. Giveaway watch selection based on sponsor’s inventory and watch availability. All comments made after the end of the giveaway period will not be considered. For the full terms and conditions, please click here.

Good luck, and thanks to ELYSEE the sponsor of this European Automatic watch giveaway here at aBlogtoRead.com!

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514 comments
PeerSkovlund
PeerSkovlund

Perfekt size is 42, but 44 is ok too :-) i would love to win it :-)

cshepley
cshepley

40 to 44 is usually my range.

Ivan1998
Ivan1998

40-44mm is great would love this watch

Emanuel
Emanuel

so how did it go? who's the lucky winner? ;)

Kelly King
Kelly King

42 mm is my Ideal size , but depending on the watch itself 40 - 44 mm will do the job !!! Thanks for the opportunity ...

David Kot
David Kot

I think 42mm is the perfect size, I think most modern watches tend to be a little bigger and I'm not a big vintage watch fan, so I like more modern watches, and I think 42 is the perfect size so you don't have a huge watch that draws too much attention.

Tahir
Tahir

Panerai 44mm is the perfect size. case closed lol

Joel S
Joel S

Around 35mm depending on the style.

JOSEPH ROCK
JOSEPH ROCK

The Elysee European Automatic with a Swiss ETA 2824 automatic movement, happens to be the perfect width size for my wrist at 42mm.

Scott Leonard
Scott Leonard

Personally 40mm is great for my wrist/ cuff size

Jason Manternach
Jason Manternach

My favorite watch is my 44mm Glycine. It's big enough to have some impact without looking like a misused desk clock.

keith
keith

I really like the 42mm size. At this size it doesn't get mistaken for a ladies watch and yet it doesn't look like I'm wearing a hockey puck either.

Benedict
Benedict

With very small wrists, I would prefer a watch diameter ranging 38mm-44mm (for sporty designed watches)

Steve Deyer
Steve Deyer

Perfect size ranges for me from about 40mm up to 44mm depending on the style of watch.

Richard Wagle
Richard Wagle

I would say a 40mm is about the right size for my wrist. Anything smaller seems too small.

Matthew Jackson
Matthew Jackson

40mm is my favorite, but I have plenty of others, 38, 42, 44, and love them all.

Richard Marsh
Richard Marsh

38 to 42 mm is about my size but I like free things and will be proud to wear it whatever it is.

Frank Forte
Frank Forte

The first watch I was given as a present for graduation is an Omega @ 40.5mm. Ive tried on IWC Portugueses which is 42.5mm and its simply too big. 40.5 is the perfect size for me

Jon
Jon

I think the perfect watch size for me is 39mm. But I like anything from 36-43mm. :)

Torben Nelson
Torben Nelson

I'm a big dude so for me 43-45mm is perfect, although sometimes a challenge with dress shirts. I have an old Tag Formula 1 that now feels like a kid's watch!

Chris
Chris

The biggest watch I can get away with is a 40mm, though I do love a larger watch (44-50mm)

ae
ae

Depends on the bezel, watches with a thicker one sholud be at around 41-43 mm, but with a slimmer design 39-41 is the ideal for me.

Charity
Charity

Smaller watches for me, 39-40mm

Sam D.
Sam D.

42 - 44mm are he perfect widths for my wrist, although more important to me is height, with 16.5 mm the tallest watch I would wear.

ebn
ebn

40mm is perfect for my wrist

Neil R.
Neil R.

It really depends on the watch but in general I'd go for 42mm.

Frank K.
Frank K.

I just Like watches in general, 44mm to 50mm is usually right in My comfort zone. I do own 2 watches on the smaller side 38mm and they look small on My wrist. If I truly like something it really does not matter to me, I'll wear it with pride!

miki
miki

my ideal size is 40 mm

Ken
Ken

perfect width for me would be 46mm, like my Oris Swiss Hunter Team!

richard wilkinson
richard wilkinson

Hi, perfect size for me is 40 - 42 mm. noticable yet doesn't look like it could be used as an offensive weapon to club anyone with.

Timothy
Timothy

I go between 38 and 44, but my B-1 at 42.5 seems the best fit.

DAMIAN
DAMIAN

I got small wrists. Anywhere from a 38-42 look decent. Any bigger and I'm a kid playing dress-up.

Jeff
Jeff

I have gigantic monkey wrists... a 47 is right at home. But anything over 40 feels good.

David
David

For day to day use, ideal is up to 45mm. When flying VFR it must have high clarity and preferably quickly readable minutes.

Chris
Chris

As most have commented, the "Perfect" size can vary greatly depending on the style of the watch, the band width, the bezel, and the overall "look" of the watch. That being said, I feel that a 40mm is about ideal for my wrist size. I think this particular watch would look OUTSTANDING on my wrist.

Danny Perez
Danny Perez

I prefer 40mm on a dress watch and 42mm or 44mm my other watches

Tomasz Macanko
Tomasz Macanko

I don't like the latest tendence for an oversized watches (by oversized I mean 44+mm). Even though I have thick wrists, I prefer case diameters between 39 and 41mm.

Ty McGuire
Ty McGuire

I prefer 38-40mm. Subtlety is a good thing.

Harry
Harry

On my smaller Arms a 40mm ELYSEE Watch fits perfect!

Tim Moy
Tim Moy

Interesting this perfect width business. Styles come and go and even though I've got a few jumbos (44+), I took great pleasure in showing off a tiny Certina DS with black dial at a recent meeting (36'ish). I surreptitiously rolled up my shirt sleeve and shocked the other manly participants, who had such heavy watches on that they found it hard to lift their watch arms. Maybe 40 is the perfect width for my wrist today, but who knows what tomorrow will bring!

Great blog Ariel, keep taking the medicine...

Adam
Adam

I prefer 42mm in a watch, not too big, not too small. It depends on the style of the watch though, smaller for a dress watch, 42 for sport/dive.

Brent Turner
Brent Turner

I find casual watches can be a bit larger on my wrist, 44mm is good but dressy watches look better a bit smaller, I have a 40mm Oris Artelier that looks just right.

Nagy Dávid
Nagy Dávid

Everything between 38 and 44 is ok for me. Probably 42mm is the perfect. Im sure this ELYSEE with its 40mm would look good on my wrist :)

kykjykl
kykjykl

Great watch, about 42mm would work for me.

dej
dej

40 to 43. The more formal the situation the smaller the diameter, larger for casual. Big watch in a suit just doesn't look right on me as I don't have the biggest wrists. I hate suits anyways, so I'm most likely wearing 42s to 43s.

William Toll
William Toll

I like the hands and the date window- the both have a rounded theme - just like the perfectly circle case.

HAZEM
HAZEM

I think 40-42mm is perfect for me!

Frank
Frank

The perfect size is 45-50mm!

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