Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Gifting A Unique Wooden Watch for Him this Valentine's Day



*This post was sponsored by JORD watches. All opinions are solely mine,  Five Happy Yolks.*



I feel like I just recovered from Christmas and here we are a month out from Valentine's Day. Don't get me wrong, I do love Valentine's Day. All of the hearts and red and love.... but I always ALWAYS have such a horrible time finding a good gift for my guy. The problem is, if he wants something, he usually will just go out and buy it, if it's within our budget. So to come up with something original is not easy.

This year he's getting this gorgeous Jord watch! He actually already has it. And I have a special something for my readers! Enter to win a $100 gift certificate to be used off of your own JORD watch!  Everyone who enters will receive a 10% off code! Let me tell you, they're pretty in photos but to see them in person, I die! So nice. You can go here to enter! Entries will be accepted until 11:59pm on February 4, 2018.
You can view the catalog here
Men's
Women's


But let's talk about this watch! First, the packaging is so nice! Look at this!
It comes in this beautiful wooden box which also has a drawer for other jewelry or anything else that you may need to store in it!



 It is lightweight and unique! Made from Ebony wood it is splash proof but I would never wear it in water or submerge.




To maintain your watch  don't store near excessive heat, as it may swell and crack. Same with humidity, it may cause it to swell or shrink, also resulting in cracking. I would store it in the beautiful box it came in, which is a nice gift in itself!  It's dressy or casual.





I really think it's the perfect gift! Hubby seems to think so!  Here are Jord's specifics on the watch I chose for my husband. If you fancy it, head here and check it out!

So now hurry to the entry page and fill it out! You have nothing to lose right?!


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1 comment:

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