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Jord Watch Exclusive Giveaway

Jord Watch Exclusive Giveaway

*This post is sponsored and in collaboration with Jord Wood Watches but all opinions are my own

 

Hello everyone,

Few weeks ago Jord Wood Watches reached out to me for a collaboration and I'm so happy to announce that I have teamed up with them to give you guys a 25$ E-Gift card you can use towards the purchase of your own Jord timepiece. Anyone who knows me good knows that my favorite accessories are watches, and since I only feature and endorse brands and products I truly like, this was a perfect match. 

Jord intricate timepieces are made of sustainable wood. They are original, unique and exotic. The watch I have chosen to feature on my blog is the CORA series - Zebrawood & Turquoise. It is the perfect watch to pair with casual outfits but it also can be dressed up.

FEATURES:

- sapphire crystal glass

- deployment buckle with push button

- swarowski crystal markers

- screw-down crown

- case width: 37 mm

- case thickness: 12 mm

- lug ends: 38 mm

- band thickness: 18 mm - 22 mm

- band length: 211 mm

The Jord Wooden Watches come in a nice wooden box with the logo engraved. With holidays just around the corner this would make such a beautiful gift to anyone and, just so you know, Jord Watches are available for both men and women.

At the end of this post I would like to highlight what the Jord brand stands for: "TELLING MORE THEN TIME - the value of a watch is not in being able to tell how much time has passed, but in being aware of the need to make that time count. Moments are bigger then minutes and your watch should tell more than time."

 

CLICK HERE TO ENTER THE GIVEAWAY

 

*The giveaway will close 12/18/2016 at 11:59pm. Every person who enters will be instantly emailed a 25$ e-gift code to use on JORD site. Each e-gift codes will expire on 02/28/2017.

Have a nice week!

 

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