Lew & Huey is hosting one heck of a giveaway this summer and there three irresistible reasons you should enter.
First prize – an Acionna, winner’s choice of color, retail price $600
What would the perfect every day watch look like?
It would need to be sturdy enough to withstand daily abuse; as water resistant as any diving watch; highly functional, yet uncluttered; as legible as any pilot watch. It would complement jeans and a t-shirt as well as a suit; be rugged, yet beautiful; perfectly sized, with contemporary yet classic styling; possessing a strong yet understated wrist presence.
The Acionna is our answer.
Water resistant to 200 meters, with a screw down crown, comfortably tapered, steel bracelet with solid end-links and double-locking clasp, internal rotating timing bezel and innovative illumination system; a dial that’s complex yet clearly legible, with large markers and broad hands.
Sophisticated styling worthy of the water goddess for which it’s named; shaped with sharp lines and soft curves; a mix of brushed and polished surfaces, a captivating blend of retro and modern design with an elegant alligator-texture strap with deployant clasp, a size that looks right on any wrist, and gets noticed without drawing attention.
Second prize – a Cerberus, winner’s choice of color, retail price $575
Is it a sport watch or a dress watch?
The Cerberus was inspired by classic gentleman’s tool watches, utilitarian by design, but comfortable and elegant, now an essential part of the modern man’s wardrobe, worn for both work and play, and everything in between.
Why not both?
Water resistant to 10 ATM / 100 Meters / 330 Feet, mounted on a tapered, stainless steel bracelet with a strong yet subtle style and solid end-links, the Cerberus is up for whatever adventures await. When the adventures give way to the office or some formal occasion, the Cerberus easily slides under a shirt cuff, its casual yet sophisticated style a perfect complement to whatever the dress code requires.
Third prize – a Spectre, winner’s choice of color, retail price $400
Named for the Lockheed Martin AC-130 Spectre flying gunship, the Spectre combines the “Flieger Type B” dial layout of WWII pilot’s watches with a ‘70’s case shape and styling cues from classic racing watches.
With a sunburst dial pattern, radially brushed case, bright lume on its hands and markers, 4 o’clock crown, notched and padded strap, the Spectre is a pilot watch for those who chart their own course. It’s in a category of one.
Need I say more? Enter to win below and best of luck!