Melbourne Sorrento Giveaway CLOSED

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Last Friday we reviewed the Melbourne Sorrento, a dress-dive concept from the Australian brand. Today, we’re excited to announce that, in partnership with Melbourne, we’re giving one away! One winner will get to choose the Sorrento of their choice in blue, black or white with blue bezel, to be delivered after November 1st. For a chance to win, just enter your email in the field below.

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To be in the running for the Melbourne Sorrento giveaway, all you have to do is: Enter your email into the box above before the giveaway is over on Oct 24th, 2016 at 11:59pm (EST). You must enter a valid email address in the form. By entering your email above, you will be signed up for worn&wound’s email list, unless already registered and you will be signed up for Melbourne Watch’s email list. After Oct 24th, a winner will be chosen at random and then contacted by us. In addition, the following rules apply. You can only enter once. You must submit with a valid e-mail address where you can be reached. You must complete the objectives to be considered. You are responsible for providing your contact shipping information if you are chosen. All submissions made after the end of the giveaway period will not be considered. If you are chosen as a winner you then have 24 hours to ensure receipt of your full shipping information or an alternative winner will be chosen. The giveaway is open to entrants internationally as noted in the terms and conditions (international winners will be required to pay shipping and any taxes, customs or other fees associated). For the full terms and conditions, please click here.

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  • Sujain Krishnan

    Good luck everyone! Just wanted to clarify that we are happy to cover international shipping charges, however the winner will need to cover any import taxes/duty if applicable.

    If there are any issues, please feel free to reach out to me directly – [email protected]

    Cheers,

    Sujain Krishnan
    Managing Director – Melbourne Watch Company

    • Yojimbo

      DHL is the devil and you always get slammed for duties, use regular lettermail with tracking and insurance you cheap bastards! 😀

      • Sujain Krishnan

        If you’re in a location that requires you to pay import duty, us sending via regular airmail would be no different, unless we didn’t declare the goods properly (e.g. mark as gift, which we don’t do). If you win, happy to send it however you like though! 🙂 Good luck.

        • Yojimbo

          buddy you’re in the land of imagination, I buy stuff online ALL the damned time from auction houses and on almost everything taxes and duties are due. With UPS and DHL I pretty much always wind up paying duties and half the time brokerage fees and with regular lettermail I think I have gotten dinged maybe two times?

          • Vig2000

            Geez, buddy, it’s nice of Melbourne to be giving this watch away and here you are complaining of taxes and duties. Very simple solution: If you don’t like, then don’t enter the giveaway!

          • Yojimbo

            I didn’t enter the contest I don’t even like the design.

          • Nick R

            You’re an idiot if you think sending through one channel is more likely to incur taxes and duties than another channel. You’re taxed based on what the item is and its value. Always. If you haven’t been in the past its because the sender faked the declaration, or the value didn’t meet the threshold and there was no duty due.

          • Yojimbo

            Buddy call it anecdotal all you like. I am not an idiot and I am 100% talking items that should have triggered duties and no I am not talking about items that bore a false declaration. Please tell me how you put “gift” or “commercial sample” on an autopart being sent to an individual residence?

            You also avoided entirely the brokerage fee remark, that has been well documented for years now, but yeah you know better.

            I buy thousands of dollars of memorabilia and just general “shit” in a given year. I never said it was a perfect system. When I want to guarantee avoiding duties for US items I use my friend’s postal drop in Michigan and damned well lie at the border.

            Using a domestic mail service gives the importer a way REDUCED likelihood of getting tagged for duties/taxes to Canada. I really give zero phucks if you believe me or not. By way of example, there is a mandatory tax on imported Swiss watches, I have yet to pay it when I’ve made arrangements for mail delivery.

    • Omegaboy

      So, I’m already subscribed to W&W, but I entered my email? Am I disqualified? Would be nice to add that baby to my collection. ; )

  • John Agwazim

    Nice and lovely.

  • Steve

    Good navy color.

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