Thursday, March 1, 2018

A unique gift for a really special guy

My guy is really good to us. He is always treating us and takes such good care of us. I always want to treat him, but it is so hard to surprise or really wow him...until recently when I was contacted by JORD about a collaboration featuring one of their unique wooden watches. This could not have been more perfect since I have been wanting to get him a nice watch for some time now, and I knew I couldn't go wrong with any of their gorgeous options.

I was already drooling over the JORD watches online, but when I opened the beautiful, wooden packaging...holy cow! The Dover series in zebrawood and dark sandalwood is seriously a piece of art. The unique wooden band is hand finished, pre-treated with tung oils, and splash proof...perfect for a dad on bath duty. His favorite part is that it is automatic and shows the inner-workings on the beautiful face piece. Let's just say I knocked his socks off with this unique and timeless piece. I loved seeing him so excited to wear it to work the next day!

Y'all, these JORD watches are gorgeous, and they have something for everyone. Their wooden women's pieces are just as unique and stunning as the men's, and they offer engraving to make your gift even more special. You will definitely want to look around their site and click HERE to enter to win a $100 credit to JORD! Everyone that enters will receive a 10% off code at the end of the giveaway, so really everyone is winning! 

 It is no secret that I think my guy is pretty great, so I am thrilled to have been able to gift him this incredible, unique watch. I know it will be a treasured piece, and I hope he thinks of us every time he looks at it.


*Disclosure: This post is sponsored by JORD. However, all opinions expressed are my own. I only recommend products &/or services I personally love & want to share with you.

Wooden Wrist Watch

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