Giveaway: Prometheus JellyFish Automatic Tritium Diver Watch

Giveaway: Prometheus JellyFish Automatic Tritium Diver Watch

Giveaway: Prometheus JellyFish Automatic Tritium Diver Watch   watch giveaways

A reasonably priced diver with tritium gas tube illumination isn't the easiest watch to find. Especially if you want a nice clean design. A good option is the newer Prometheus JellyFish Automatic Tritium Diver, and this month you can enter for a chance to win one right here on aBlogtoRead.com. This giveaway is the the model with the blue dial, but the pieces also come with white, black, or yellow dials. The steel case is 43mm wide and contains a Japanese Seiko 6R15 automatic movement. The watch has a sapphire crystal and is water resistant to 300 meters. Price is extremely reasonable at $360 - $436 (depending on whether the watch is being shipped in our outside of Europe), and you can buy them online. Enter to win one of these beauties below.

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 a whether you like clean, classic looking dive watches or modern wildly designed ones.

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3. Wait until the giveaway is over on July 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 Prometheus the sponsor of this JellyFish watch giveaway here at aBlogtoRead.com!

589 comments
RalphSpencer
RalphSpencer

I like both styles. I know that sounds like a copout but it is true. I own both styles and wear them both with equal enthusiasm. Buy my 60s Rolex Submariner would be the one watch I would choose if I could only choose one style. It's like a Porsche 911 in that the style is timeless and hard to truly improve upon.

jasonarnold
jasonarnold

I prefer clean, classic looking dive watches.  I have a particular liking for bronze divers at moment.

 

Regards Jason

drigo84
drigo84

the classic diver watches is the way to go, so versatile it cn be worn with anything compared to wild modern designed divers.

Sergio Magos
Sergio Magos

I enjoy all divers but I prefer classic divers much more. They can be dressed up or down, I worn a classic sleek diver with my dressy attire. Thanks you!!

AndrewHochberg
AndrewHochberg

The prometheus Jelly Fish is a quinticential classic diver: beautiful, straight forward, with form impeccably following function. It succeeds with it's design oblective of apppearing fresh and contemporary while maintaining a really cool vintage aspect. Not many watches that I can think of at any price can have pulled this feat off so harmoniously. The blue dial/ bezel combo is a killer.

Bigjaczzu
Bigjaczzu

The prometheus watch woul look lovely! With my outfit!!

hemjha
hemjha

I have always been a fan of clean, classic look in watches and for this reason I am fascinated by your Prometheus diver watch shown here. At present I own a Seiko Quartz (day-date, s.no.651666) since 1980's.

Pilot747767
Pilot747767

The Prometheus watch shown is very nice. I prefer the clean, classic looking diver watches over the modern, wildly designed ones because but would be pleased to win either one. I have a conservative style in the watches I wear and have never really ventured out to wearing anything wildly styled. Thank you for an opportunity to win this fine Prometheus watch!! And, have a Happy New Year!!

Carter
Carter

what an awesome watch some one is finally making an automatic tritium

Mike Andrews
Mike Andrews

You should announce the winner with these drawings.

Angel
Angel

Who won the contest?

Eric Welch
Eric Welch

Personally, I like clean lines but with some nicely finished details. But what I like most is the Da Vinci watch!

Cajun
Cajun

I like the look of a 3 hand watch. But love crazy cases.

CC
CC

I prefer clean, classic dive watches. Very timeless!

Everett
Everett

Clean classic look. This will not go out of style.

Blake
Blake

A modern looking Citizen Depth Meter Chronograph is what I wear when diving and is a solid daily wear watch.

However, for a less complicated/technical look and for more dressy look, I prefer the classic look. This Prometheus watch combines the technical and classic look quite well.

Lucas
Lucas

My vote goes to the clean, classic dialed divers with a busy bezel.

matt
matt

The classic looks are my favorite,but anytime new technologies can be incorporated like the tritium gas tubes thats awesome. Great job Prometheus.

Vineet JK
Vineet JK

An elegant classic design with Tritium markings, very much like the Prometheus JellyFish!

Ed
Ed

Classic stainless steel and clear easy to read face. With the benefit of tritium it's a modern day classic dive watch, perfect for my taste.

John
John

Clean clear and classically elegant. That's what I look for in a watch and the Jellyfish has it all!

Joseff
Joseff

Clean, classic dive watches from the 70s are the best! The Seiko 6309 is my personal daily wearer :)

Vladimir
Vladimir

I personally prefer a cleaner diver and that's OK for the first 2-3 nice dive watches in my collection. But what's next? Then I'll probably try something else. Not sure.
This Prometheus watch is a perfect combination of a simple design and modern look. Tritium tubes are a great addition.
(Sorry, I don't like Facebook and it's not fair to require that)

Zack
Zack

Personally I much prefer a cleaner, crisper look.

Matthew
Matthew

Great looking watch, understated yet draws your attention. I love the Tritium as well. Definately like the clean look as apposed to the wild and crazy.

Shawn O'Reilly
Shawn O'Reilly

Simple, clean, classic are great, what I prefer, and will contine to be great watches. James Bond is still around, can't say the same for XXX (Triple X).

Edwinek
Edwinek

A diver should be simple and clear. Clean and classic, possibly with indexes for the entire bezel, not just the first 15 minutes. This one is great.

Jon w
Jon w

Vey classic looking dive watch which is a good thing. Nice job by Prometheus

Sky Porter
Sky Porter

I like both clean and busy diving watches as I am not a diver. Were I to take up diving I would probably prefer a clean and easy to read dive watch.

John Cook
John Cook

I'm a classic, mil spec kind of guy. Thanks for running the contest.

david dixon
david dixon

love the clean classic look easy to read ,but do favor the larger sizes 44mm & up

Apul
Apul

This is a great looking watch, the tritium tubes are a plus!

Lon R.
Lon R.

I prefer a classic clean dive watch along the lines of a vintage Rolex, or current versions of Omega Seamasters, or Seikos. A watch in my current rotation is an Orient 2er which is both clean and classic in styling. Have admired the Prometheus watches for sometime now. Keep up the good work.

Franz
Franz

Classic and clean is my preference, though there are thousand ways how that can be interpreted, design-wise. There is the almost brutish functionalism of Sinn's divers, and then there's the elegant clean styling of Omega's Seamaster Planet Ocean - which I personally find to be the most successful fusion of drivers and dress watch aesthetics. Of course you'd preferably have one of each depending on the occasion.

Edwin
Edwin

My preference is for a modern looking and unusally designed watch. Preferably also has 100M + depth rating and easy strap/bracelet change design.

CS
CS

I prefer a classic styled dive watch with at least the 3,6,9 on the face. I am not a fan of internal bezels, though they can give a nice clean look.

Ben Mathew
Ben Mathew

Good looking watch at a decent price. I like clean classic divers and would love to have this on my wrist.

Marcus Bishop
Marcus Bishop

The clean classic look of a vintage dive watch can be enjoyed as much in the water as it can out. Whether it be a true vintage or a modern take on the theme, there is something about the clean lines and readability of dive watches that I'm drawn too. Its definitely a market that both marquee brands like Rolex and Panerai and smaller boutique brands like Margrette and Halios compete more evenly.

Gaurav R
Gaurav R

Simple, clean and classic. I don't want to have to look hard and try to find the time when diving. The Jellyfish is simplicity personified yet very very classy.

Matt
Matt

I am a diver, so I like clean dive watches. They are tools, and need to be readable and simple. Save the flash for the dress watch or the racer.

Tommy
Tommy

I prefer the classic dive watch styles like submariner, seamaster etc.

Craig Rinde
Craig Rinde

I like a simple clean dive watch that when you look at it you can instantly read the time and not have to decipher through all the extra "code".

-Craig

Chris Ross
Chris Ross

I love a classic dive watch, and once I step my game up to the $5k watches that'llbe the first choice. HOWEVER, I live unique dive watches too and like to have several options depending on mood. Thanks!

Simon
Simon

I prefer classic looking divers (Submariner without the date cyclops is perfect). Smaller is also generally better. I like the overall look of the Jellyfish, though not completely sold on the rectangular hands (maybe I'll like em better if I win and can see them in person)

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