Welcome to The Truth About Watches’ G-SHOCK GA-2100 comment contest! Our man Schreiber’s review of the Japanese ani-digi mega-hit – known as the “Casioak” for its resemblance to Audemars Piguet’s Royal Oak – garners hella clicks. To capitalize on its success and stimulate comments under our most excellent posts (and the rest), we’re giving away a box fresh Casio GA-2100. Here are the competition’s rules . . .
- You must comment under at least three different posts before March 15
- Each comment must be at least 150 words long
- The winner will be chosen on their comments’ wit, wisdom, insight and honesty
Don’t worry about when you comment – as long as it’s before the deadline. Don’t stress about where you comment. As Woody told Sid, we see eeeeeeeeverything. And don’t worry about getting technical, technical; no need to get technicaaaaal. Just tell the truth as you see it. Like we do.
The Truth About Watches’ crack editorial team – an adjective that does not refer to our drug of choice (watches) – will read every single comment, judge its pithiness, expertise and truthiness, choose a winner and announce the result on The Ides of March.
Rest assured, TTAW will NEVER sell, lend or discuss your email address with a third party without your express, specific permission. And maybe even then.
Even if you don’t comment on TTAW thank you for taking the time to read our posts. We work hard to bring you a daily does of temporal veritas. You make that effort worthwhile. Much obliged.
If you do comment to win our G-SHOCK GA-2100 comment contest, thanks for making the horological space um, spacier. At least that’s the goal.
NOTE: I’m working on removing the stupid comment moderation widget. (WP experts please help!) Until then, I’ll have my finger on the approval trigger – comments will be approved within minutes, if not seconds. Even so, your patience is appreciated.