Win a $450 retro Ray watch

M120BE_RAY_BRN_DTL2.jpgOur pals at Watchismo, purveyors of fine timepieces, have a competition for Boing Boing readers. "The Ray," a gorgeous retro wristwatch that costs $450, will be shipped to one entrant free of charge. All you have to do is give 'em an email address. And for everyone who doesn't win, there's a discount promo code in it just for signing up. Good luck! Enter the draw Update: The winner is David Glicksman. Congrats, David!



  1. Do you get a confirmation e-mail from them? (Or have I typoed my address in their form).

    P.S. I think it’s quite nice.

  2. BCJ: Will be announcing 100 word fiction contest before Dec. 15. There were like 60,000 words-worth of entries! We’ve divvied it up.

  3. What’s retro about this? It looks nothing like older watches. People are going to look at this in a year and go, “That’s so 2009.”

  4. As the guy who won last year’s Watchismo/BoingBoing giveaway, I can attest that Mitch at Watchismo was a gracious and helpful giver-away-of-cool-watches.

  5. I like these simple designs with unadulterated materials. I wish there was more experimentation, though in pocket watches. It’s a much-negelcted area of design. Being one of those hairy-armed orangutan people, I’ve never done well with wrist watches and, outside of Europe, pocket watch design seems to revolve around some sort of antebellum aesthetic. It would be nice to see some contemporary designs. Maybe a nice little rounded-corner tile -square, triangular, or teardrop- of solid zirconium oxide ceramic with a hole in one corner, a pyrochromatic display with multiple themes and calendar functions, atomic clock synch, and inductive charging. Something that’s functional and looks like it belongs to this century.

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