Don Draper always on time with these retro Skagen Denmark watches

Don Draper from Mad Men has swagger [Urban Dictionary] and he knows what to say at the right moment – which is all about timing. Actually one thing I can attest too is timing, timing is everything in life. You may be just a moment away from closing a business deal, but if you missed your train/subway then the whole deal is blown. Keeping track of time is key and well you might as well look good while keeping that time!

Lately everyone has gone with these larger then life watches, which take about a week of gym training to get used to wearing them on your arm as they’re like 3 pounds… That’s not what it should be about, what it should be about is style and thats what Skagen Denmark is all about. These retro cool styles will have people noticing your Don Draper styles while not breaking your bank!

Here are a couple of links to pick up the watches of Amazon if you love them as much as I do Square Face [Link] Round Face [Link]

About the Round face…
Smooth designs become classics here. Brown leather with a plated gold case surrounds the special dial featuring shiny enamel along the sides, with a date function that sits above the six-hour.  XL Gold Case on Brown Leather
Part #: 355XLGLD.  $125.  http://www.skagen.com/item/355XLGLD.fx

About the Square Face…
This shiny square case in gold reflects the elements of Danish design, emanating the ultra-slim contemporary look that is a Skagen timepiece. The dial features gold indexes, three hands and an eye-catching big date above six o’clock.  Big Date on Brown Leather
Part #: 567LGLD1.  $145.   http://www.skagen.com/item/567LGLD1.fx

How to win it… Contest ends 11:59pm EST. August 2, 2010.

Two lucky readers will win one watch each… You must comment telling us what type of watches to you like (retro cool or big bling or any others) and if you want the round or square, please include some method for us to contact you in the comment (twitter or email)

You get 1 extra entry for following us on twitter – twitter.com/dadarocks

You get 1 extra entry for following Skagen Denmark on twitter – twitter.com/SkagenDenmark

You get 1 extra entry for tweeting about this contest (you can do this daily). Must contain the following information:

#OldSchoolCool @SkagenDenmark @dadarocks – http://bit.ly/ac21Fx and you must also comment with the link to your twitter message.

Example: I want an #OldSchoolCool Watch from from @SkagenDenmark & @dadarocks – http://bit.ly/ac21Fx

You get 1 extra entry for becoming a Fan on facebook – facebook.com/dadarocks you must comment that you’re a fan

You get 1 extra entry for becoming a Fan of Skagen Denmark on facebook – www.Facebook.com/SkagenDenmark you must comment that you’re a fan

You get 1 extra entry for subscribing to our Feedburner digest mailing (right side subscribe by email) – you must also comment that you’ve subscribed

You get 1 extra entry for becoming a friend on Google Connect (right side below facebook box) – you must also comment that you’ve become a friend

You will have 48 hours to reply before we pick another winner!

Disclaimer: Skagen Denmark is providing watches as the prize for the raffle.

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    Dan says:

    I am a retro guy. I can't get down with the Bling Bling! Although I would definitely wear both, I like the round the best. It's classic style suits me a little better and I can wear it in formal or casual settings. So hook a brother up! Ha Ha @littleelfs

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    Portland Dad says:

    I dig the retro cool and would love the square faced, cool giveaway

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    jefflegg says:

    I follow on Google Friend Connect as @graywolfpack

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    Karla Sceviour says:

    I follow you on twitter
    @ksceviour

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    JWP says:

    I am FB fan to dadarocks

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    Well well well… I do love my watches. Skagen definitely has the ultra thins down cold. I'd have to say that the tonneau model is very particular so I would love to have that on my wrist. These are definitely nice takes on the vintage look.

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    I follow you on twitter

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    I follow Skagen on twitter

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    Rusty Hawk says:

    My favorite type of watch is the tank watch, preferably with a curved face. Of the two you are giving away, I like the square-face one. Thanks!

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    Rusty Hawk says:

    I am following you on twitter.

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    Rusty Hawk says:

    i am following Skagen on twitter.

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    Soma says:

    I follow you on twitter @somahere

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    Soma says:

    Bling all the way and make it round

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    DaDa Rocks! says:

    Congrats you're one of the winners!

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    DaDa Rocks! says:

    Congrats you're one of the winners!

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    Portland Dad says:

    Seriously, that is awesome!

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