Welcome back to our Watch On Your Wrist? Instagram extravaganza! Tag your watch snaps with #fratellowatches to be in with a chance to win!

Every week, we select four images. You can vote in the article for your favorite image. The winner moves on to the semi-final round (held every fifth week between the previous four weekly winners). Win that and you’re into the final, which will be held at the end of the year. There will be five finalists in 2020 and ten from next year on.

Basically, if you like winning things — and there will be a prize for the champion of 2020 — this year represents your best shot. So get snapping, get tagging, and get sharing. And don’t forget to vote (once) for yourself… Obviously…


View this post on Instagram


A post shared by Max’s watches (@maxx_vdv) on

@maxx_vdv — Heuer Autavia vintage

“This is the first watch I fell in love with. I always saw it on my grandfather’s wrist. When I was around 6 years old I asked him if I could see and hold his watch. He showed me his piece and I was truly amazed, from the second he deployed the clasp. He told me that was so you can make the bracelet longer so it could go over your wetsuit if you went diving. It also had a “ring” around the crystal that could rotate to time how long you were underwater so you wouldn’t run out of oxygen. I was blown away. But that wasn’t it. It wasn’t only a watch, but it even had a stopwatch! The fact that my grandfather actually used it as a tool meant a lot to me. Subsequently, it would become my grail. Since that day I always wanted the same piece as my grandfather — a Heuer Autavia 11063V.

“On January the 20th, my grandfather took the Autavia of a shelve and gave it to me. I asked, ‘Why? Isn’t this your piece?’ And he told me, ‘I’d rather give it to you with a warm hand, than with a cold one.’

“I just turned 16 on September 14th, and I got the watch completely serviced, and of course, I kept it completely original. I still can’t believe it. I’m barely 16 and I already own my grail watch! And, even better, I own a watch that my Grandfather made a lot of memories with.”



View this post on Instagram


A post shared by Dani Fejes (@wis_on_a_budget) on

@wis_on_a_budget — Christopher Ward GMT

“Quarantine was hard on everyone, in my opinion, people aren’t used to spending 24/7 together anymore.
This is where neglected hobbies come into play. I barely had time (or motivation) to read lately but all of a sudden I had all the time I wanted. I went through several books and it helped me recapture my love of reading. The same was true when it came to playing video games. I had (who am I kidding, still have) a massive backlog and managed to play a couple through finally. Not to mention all the wonderful craft beers I had but with work barely had the chance to drink any. Hah, that definitely changed for the better…

“There was one thing that stayed the same during the quarantine. Having a watch on my wrist. Every day. Even though I didn’t really need to wear one, since time sort of lost its meaning as the days and weeks went by, this I couldn’t change. It became such an integral part of my everyday life that I kept rotating and giving love to each and every one of my watches, regardless of what was going on out there in the world”



View this post on Instagram


A post shared by wristfreaks (@wristfreaks) on

@wristfreaks — Rolex Yacht-Master II

“I’ve always wanted a white dial watch. Daytonas are too hard to get and resale is too expensive. This Yacht-Master was the best of both worlds with Rolex’s most complicated movement and a white dial. In this shot, I wanted to showcase its beautiful dial using muted colors as background.”



View this post on Instagram


A post shared by James (@peach861) on

@peach861 — Tudor Big Block

“This shot is from the day I received the piece… had a little celebratory tipple whilst enjoying some perfect evening light. I love the way the oyster case looks and it wears so comfortably on the wrist.”

Thanks for voting! This poll is now closed. The winner will be announced on Instagram @fratellowatches.