Paying it Forward - Your chance to win!

As we enter the giving season it's time for me to #PayItForward and channel my friend @Asmara82 in providing a no strings attached give-away. I'll even pay for the shipping!

This one is for an accessory I think every watch collector should own (well, that's assuming you collect automatics I guess).

I'll be giving away a brand new Wolf Navigator Cub watch winder. 

This particular version is the UK Flag edition, so would be perfect if you have some British heritage, maybe you have a British watch in your collection or plan to add one, or maybe you just want a cool watch winder.

Either way I don't mind as this is open to everyone. If you want to whack a quartz in it just to use as a nice display, then that's fine too.

I did say no strings didn't I. Hmm, well, let me retract that. All I ask in return is that you post a pic of your pride and joy on display in the winder for our fellow crunchers to see. No other strings I promise!

To have a chance of winning, all you need to do is drop a comment below about "paying it forward".

I'll keep this open until Friday 2nd December to give everyone a chance to respond, then I'll announce a winner and ship it out to you in time for the gift giving season.

Good luck and happy collecting!

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https://www.wolf1834.com/navigator-cub-winder#93=54

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" Always give without remembering and always receive without forgetting" to give back,I'll pay for someone's gas today 

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I’ll respond…maybe I’ll have better luck with this WOLF than my triple winder.

Paying it forward is its own reward. 

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For paying it forward I'll buy strangers groceries occasionally if it looks like they need it or are having a bad day. 

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Paying it forward should give you a warm feeling inside.

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On this Thanksgiving Day in the U.S. I am paying it forward by having a friend over for dinner that would be alone otherwise. She is joining our entire family to celebrate the holiday. 

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RobertWood

On this Thanksgiving Day in the U.S. I am paying it forward by having a friend over for dinner that would be alone otherwise. She is joining our entire family to celebrate the holiday. 

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I can certainly buy someone’s groceries today to pay it forward on Thanksgiving her in the States. 

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paying it forward.  This way of thinking should be an attitude to have year round.  It is good karma.

Thanks for the giveaway.  I am not yet sure how I will give a little extra "PIF" if I win,  but I will.

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Paying it forward can be cool. Being nice to people can feel good and others tend to treat good people well.

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Paying it forward is an opportunity to remind yourself that there is something uniquely special about giving that no amount of receiving can equal.

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Usually it's just the little things, like paying for the food of everyone at the coffee shop, or giving a kid some money (love the way they brighten up once they cotton on that, yes, that $2 is theirs).

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Paying it forward helps the world. This weekend it was feeding a number of young hardworking airmen having their first Thanksgiving away from family. And yes, there‘s always more to do. 

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This is awesome 👏 the best community. We help a child each year and buy their Xmas gifts - my kids get super excited picking the items out - so I hope it brings a big smile to the child getting gifts but it teaches our kids to keep paying it forward - because people need help out there 

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Donated some of our archery equipment to our Club for kids and others who can't afford stuff so paying it forward is something we try to do on a regular basis.

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I am paying it forward buy going out today to buy a Xmas gift for an underprivileged 3 year old boy. we do a ‘giving tree’ each year and my 7. Year old holds choose the present and donates his pocket money to the overall cost. I think it’s important to teach the younglings that there are people out there struggling.