12 Days of Travel Gear Giveaways: Win a Kenneth Cole Travel Watch and More!


And the winner of the 12 Days of Travel Gear Giveaways finale prize goes to lucky commenter #30 – Jay S.

Kenneth Cole makes some fabulous watches for travelers. The Digi-Touch collection features a world time function so that you can easily switch between your home time and any of the world’s 24 time zones. With fun Digi-Touch technology, you just need to tap the screen to set the time or activate any of the functions.

The alarm function is a must for the frequent traveler and the Digi-Touch lets you set the alarm with just a touch of the sensor. The watch also has a stopwatch function, countdown timer, and backlight so you won’t be left in the dark.

The KC1698 is a high quality unisex watch with a solid stainless steel case and a black genuine leather strap. A large round face with an oversized digital display gives the watch a sporty look. Water resistant to 30 meters with a scratch resistant mineral crystal face, this watch is not only sleek and styling, but also durable and long lasting.

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The Quick & Dirty
Where you can find one:
Amazon

Why They Rock

  • Dependable Japanese Digital-Quartz movement
  • Quality leather strap
  • Solid stainless steel round case
  • Japanese digital movement with day, date and year functions
  • World time functions
  • Alarm clock, stopwatch, and countdown features
  • Water-resistant to 99 feet (30 M)

How to Win

For the grand finale of the 12 Days of Travel Gear Giveaway, we are giving away the ultimate travel gear package including a Kenneth Cole Digi-Touch Watch, Eagle Creek Packing Gear, LOKSAK waterproof bags, and whatever other fabulous travel gear I can scrounge up.

To enter, just leave a comment below. Comments must be received by 11:59pm PST December 24, 2010. Winners will be selected using random.org and announced on Travel Gear Blog and Facebook the following day. Sorry, but we can only ship prizes to US addresses.

What wonderful piece of travel gear do you hope to find under the tree this year?