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 for yourself… Obviously…


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@watcharch_ge — Cartier Galbée

“The watch belonged to a person who unfortunately has not been in this world for a long time. He was a watch lover and his watch was part of his life. This is why we wanted to pay tribute to him on our Instagram account as well as a YouTube video which will be released soon.”


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@mracekproductions — A.Lange & Söhne 1815 UP/DOWN

“This beautiful A Lange & Sohne 1815 UP/DOWN was generously lent to me by friend @jp_melbs for a review on my YouTube channel. It works in both casual and formal settings.”


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@adrian_in_hdr — Sinn 104st

“The inspiration for this shot is the famous Transformer tagline “MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE”, which is how I feel about the Sinn 104st in anthracite dial as it is certainly a timepiece that is more than meets the eye in terms of its versatility whereby it can be both sporty or dressy depending on your strap choice.”


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@arrowmarker — Baltic x Worn & Wound Bicompax

“The watch is a Baltic x Worn & Wound Bicompax limited edition of fifty pieces. It features a salmon-colored sector dial underneath a Plexiglas crystal. Ticking inside a seagull ST1901 manually wound chronograph movement. The photo is an attempt to capture a thoughtful and reflective mood through the use of classical tools: a notebook, fountain pen, and a manual-wind mechanical time timepiece.”

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