E: 31/05 Win a RDI Prestige K10-5 watch winder worth CHF 2,100.

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edited 6 May 2016 at 11:06PM in Game Over

Direct entry

Closing date: May 31st 2016
The winner will be drawn from all participants who have answered the questions correctly and will be notified by email. The watch will either be sent by mail or the winner can collect the prize at a RDI outlet (will be decided individually).

In which year did Charles Kaeser establish RDI ?



answer: 2006


How many different watch winders are there in the Prestige range ?



answer: ?

any ideas as I can only see 4 here

answer is 5

See below re edit by the site owners. Thanks for the help.

What is the name of the latest watch winder model launched by RDI ?



answer: Horizon


This contest is open to everyone – participation is restricted to one entry per person – all correctly answered entries received until May 31st, 2016 (23h59, GMT+1) are valid. The winner will be informed personally by email after the draw. The value of the prize cannot be converted under any circumstances. If the winner does not respond to the notification email sent by WorldTempus within thirty days of sending, the draw is void and will be repeated with the same rules applying. There will be no additional communication on this contest. Any entry or attempted entry using electronic, computerized or any other type of means that go against the spirit of this contest (ex : hacking, mass e-mailing, etc.) will automatically be rejected and could be referred to the authorities. All submitted personal data will be treated confidentially. WorldTempus and the contest's partner brand have the right to use this data for marketing purposes. Any legal course is excluded. Employees of WorldTempus, all companies associated with GMT Publishing and RDI as well as their families may not participate.


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