Giveaway: YEMA Diving Chronograph Watch

Giveaway: YEMA Diving Chronograph Watch

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Yema USA offers one of these Diving Chronograph watches for you to win during the month of March (ends March 31st). The specific model is this black colored Ref. YMHF0202 that is 43mm wide in steel and water resistant to 300 meters. The rotating diver’s bezel has a unique guard over it near the crown while the dial is rather clean and easy to read. Inside the watch is a Japanese quartz movement that features the time, alarm, chronograph, and date. I like the silver on the dial and the blue trim in the crown and pushers. Retail price for this YEMA Diving Chrono watch is $665. You can enter for a chance to win one by following the instructions below. Plus, as an added bonus, YEMA USA has extended a 25% discount on any YEMA watch to all aBlogtoRead.com readers who enter the discount code “ablogtoread25” at checkout.

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1. Comment on this post below with your valid e-mail address where required. In the body of your comment mention a situation when you’d use an alarm on a watch (preferably a humorous one).

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

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Good luck, and thanks to YEMA USA the sponsor of this Diving Chronograph watch giveaway here at aBlogtoRead.com!

349 comments
Jon
Jon

I will use my alarm for when I am out grilling food...not very humorous, I know, but oh well!

Alex
Alex

I would use the alarm to remind me to call my father so that he can summon his evil army of the undead and take over the world....

Andrew White
Andrew White

I've used alarms on watches to fake early morning appointments to get out of awkward "wake-up" situations with ... female acquaintances ...

JeremyGraham
JeremyGraham

I use the alarm to remind me to stop spending time procrastinating on various Internet forums and social networking sites, ha.

Gordon
Gordon

wake me up from the cat naps in the hospital

Mischa
Mischa

Since i have a little alarm clock (female and 2 years old) running around at 7am, i thought i never had to use an electronic alarm again. But .... the opposite is true.

I just want to be awake before her.
So i can wake her up.
Instead of the other way around :)

Kevin
Kevin

I typically set 5-6 alarms to wake me up in the morning. The more, the better.

derique
derique

An alarm is used to tell me I'm spending way too much time in the toilet. No seriously, it's all the iPad's fault for allowing me to read and browse websites like this and posting my deepest darkest secret. :P

Keith
Keith

Since I sleep through alarms, I would need a watch with an alarm to wake my wife up so she can wake me up! Or....I am currently collecting clocks and watches with alarms to recreate the opening scene of Back to the Future when all the alarms go off, reminding Marty that he is late for school....ah, gotta love the mid 80's!

David
David

My alarm would be used to put a quick end to unwanted conversations. Simply set it for a couple minutes ahead. Wait until it goes off and announce that "My bull5417 detector just went off. Sorry, gotta go." Or whatever line will extricate you from the situation.

I'm friending you on FB next then looking over your catalog.

Thanks.

Jean-Pierre HALBWACHS
Jean-Pierre HALBWACHS

I always dreamed to own an automatic chrono alarm… some years ago I finally bought a second hand (still expensive) black PVD pilot model. Just gorgeous ! it worked great… twice ! it was not ringing anymore a very specific morning I was going to claim for a job, I was really late and explain to my potential future boss, I was a fan of non-working alarm chronograph, he replied I should wear a Vulcain like the one sitting on his wrist. My chrono-alarm has been since spending more time on watchmakers drawers waiting for a fix, no one was ever able to make this one reliable again ! Either it is ringing, and the on/off warning id dead, or I cannot make it stop ringing or the winding is dead. One (cleaver) watchmaker told me to forget about this f%*k!§g customized caliber and to win a YEMA YMHF0202 alarm chronograph.

Ansel
Ansel

Using the alarm would reminde me to check the time delay on my camera for that special shot.

Olivier
Olivier

If I was a girl, I would use my alarm watch to remember taking my anticonceptional pill every single day not to become pregnant because of a lack of memory! :)

wydi
wydi

I need an alarm when my iPhone decides not to wake me up after the time-change (or whatever the correct English word there is :-) )

Marko
Marko

I use alarm when boiling eggs or cooking meat.

Jackson Doughty
Jackson Doughty

I was out in the woods taking some photos at 7 at night. I had an alarm set on my Nooka watch for 12:30 am as a "get to bed" alarm. I was deep into the woods many hours later and it was rather dark out. I saw an amazing frog on a branch and leaned in to get the shot. but just before I depressed the shutter my alarm went off alerting the frog. he leaped away never to be captured by my lens. it is not that funny I suppose.. but a little ironic.. that frog probably went to bed soon after. my "get to bed" alarm worked for someone.

Ashton Hines
Ashton Hines

If humor in this forum were a watch, John would definitely say "I wouldn't strap that to my dog!". That being said I would use an alarm to start a wake-up call service for watch enthusiasts who obviously need to wake up in time to earn a living in some other arena other than comedydome. It will save lives.

Matt Kaufman
Matt Kaufman

I'd use an alarm on my watch to remind me to set my bedside alarm clock before going to sleep.

Frank Forte
Frank Forte

I would use an alarm while diving to remind myself that im out of air!

Francis P. Forte
Francis P. Forte

I'd use the alarm to get away from my wife! I'd tell her I need to get on an important call. I guess I couldn't use it too late though......

Vladimir Penev
Vladimir Penev

Well, this diver is a black killer. Never had a chance to touch Yema before, so I can't comment the build quality, but what I see from the picture is perfect design. Aggressive and clear to read.
Alarm. Hmm. It's very useful when I want to limit a conversation. Just set the alarm to start about 10-15 minutes after the meeting start time. "Oh, I really forgot about this appointment. Sorry about that. See you next week..."

carolyn
carolyn

I'd use the alarm to annoy the pets when I go mountain climbing and don't need to bring my watch.

Birenderjit
Birenderjit

I would use the alarm to wake me up from my (long) power naps at work.

Alex
Alex

Cool looking dive watch

Joshua Schwertner
Joshua Schwertner

I use alarms for everything from waking up, to taking medications, and even reminding me to eat.

Simon T.
Simon T.

I'd use the alarm, simply because I cant figure out how those damn rotating bezels work!

Ryan Sheehan
Ryan Sheehan

I would use the alarm as an excuse to become a diver, and then I would change my name to Cousteau.

John Kenderesi
John Kenderesi

I use the alarm on my watch to let me know when I can finally stop my self torture....... otherwise known as my workout.

simon
simon

I need an alarm to tell me to get my fat lazy ass up and out on my walk.

Frank Bennett
Frank Bennett

I use a cheap Casio watch with a vibration alarm to wake me up in the morning.

Steve Peterson
Steve Peterson

When I'm travelling, I can never work (or trust) the alarm clock so I bring a cheap digital watch along to wake me.

Ham
Ham

I'll use my watch alarm to wake myself up when I slack off and took a short nap in the conference room

Ubaldo
Ubaldo

Bremont > WOW.... I used my alarm only a few times of which I never woke up to it.

Brad Smith
Brad Smith

I'd use an alarm or all sorts of things: Paying the mortgage, turning the steaks, setting an alarm...

Vaidas
Vaidas

I often use the alarm of my Citizen ana-digi when cooking something. I find that it is the most convenient way to time cooking, but diver's bezel and chronograph works as well. And since this Yema has both three i see it as a perfect cooking watch :)

Azrul Hisham Idam
Azrul Hisham Idam

Alarm sound is just like classical music for me,it make me sleep again and my boss always like to see me once i reach office...

Alejandro Munera
Alejandro Munera

I have a Poljot Cricket Alarm Watch.

The first time I decided to use it, I was at the Guggenheim museum (on vacations) waiting for my mom and aunt. As I arrived early, I decided to walk around and (intelligently) set the alarm at the time we were supposed to meet.

Lo and Behold, they arrived early. I went to the locker room to leave my camera, jacket and why not, watch (why I got that idea I don't know). I put it in my bag, handed it over and it went off.... OH! The face the guys and patrons (there) made....security arrived, police arrived it was not a pretty sight...

Finally I explained the situation and everyone...police and security included started complimenting my watch...one even asked me if I could point him to the web site where I had bought the piece.....

Funny, scary and finally interesting situation.... A vacation story to tell....

Ricardo
Ricardo

High end Asian watches are now on par with Swiss watches

Jordi Tritlla
Jordi Tritlla

... I couldn't stop my watch at a classical concert...shame on me!!

yogi
yogi

Umm... I would use the alarm to remind me of my wedding anniversary :D

Paul Brennan
Paul Brennan

I had set the alarm on my watch for 6 in the morning and since I had forgotten that it was day light savings. I had lost an hour and when my watch alarm finally went off I never noticed it until I had finally gotten to work and hour late.

Rickie Lin
Rickie Lin

I use my alarm to remind myself I have important work to do when browsing ablogtoread.

Raymond Lim
Raymond Lim

I would bring the watch to give my lazy chihuahua a wake up call :)
and when I am diving , watch the reaction of the swam of fishes reaction when the alarm fired up.:)

Marco Franken
Marco Franken

I use an alarm on my watch when there's a comercial break on tv and i'm sitting on the toillet with my phone reading ablogtoread. Otherwise i would miss the rest of the program.
Also at work on my break: i would miss a lot of work if i didn't set the alarm to let me know when my break was over.

D. Smith
D. Smith

After a night of agitated patients needing sedatives, pneumonia coughs, pain seekers, confused nurses, misordered medications, "critical" notifications, and unintentional messages sent to the wrong pager, I would set my alarm (preferably with a different tone than the one my pager has) for when I can throw my pager off the roof of the hospital and finally go home and get some rest after such a wonderful night of call.

Kiko
Kiko

I for one can't understand why would anyone use an alarm for something like waking up...ridiculous!!

I'd like my alarm to inform me of one thing and one thing only - when the fries are done!

Jeff
Jeff

I'd use the alarm to remind myself it's time to escape those uncomfortable conversations you find yourself in with people you have nothing in common with and don't like anyway.

John Speer
John Speer

I would use a watch alarm to wake me for the next day of a kayak sojourn. These trips are known for rather aggressive "partying" after a day of paddling. As you can imagine waking to the sounds of nature alone after a night of celebrating can be daunting.

Larry Cannon
Larry Cannon

I still love the looks of a Rolex GMT Master II, the version with black bezel and silver numbers. Very classy, not too big, not too small.

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