Helmut Sinn Documentary Giveaway


We’re closing Sinn week on worn&wound with a giveaway of three very cool DVDs of the documentary Die Zeitmaschine, detailing the history of Helmut Sinn and his watches. Its a fascinating documentary, in both German and English, that provides a very detailed history of Mr. Sinn. 

We’d like to thank Jochen Hasmanis, producer of the film, for providing the DVDs. For those who don’t win this contest, you can buy the DVD here. We’d also like to thank Theodossios Theodoridis for meeting with Mr. Sinn, conducting an outstanding interview and securing these DVDs.

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To be in the running for one of these DVDs, all you have to do is;

Comment on this post on wornandwound.com (not on any social media or other website where this post may appear) before the giveaway is over on March 15th, 2013 at 11:59pm (EST). You must enter a valid email address in the comment form. No need to mention anything specific in your comment, but make sure you write something (preferably something nice!). After March 15th, three winners will be chosen at random and contacted by us.

In addition, the following rules apply. You can only enter once. You must comment with a valid e-mail address where you can be reached. Your comment must be confirmed and approved. You must complete the objectives to be considered. You are responsible for providing your contact shipping information if you are chosen. All comments 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. For the full terms and conditions, please click here.

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27 responses to “Helmut Sinn Documentary Giveaway”

  1. Tom says:

    Big week on worn&wound. Loving all the Sinn coverage.

  2. Bruno says:

    Thanks for the offer. Continue with the good work…

  3. alan says:

    Love sinn

  4. Christian says:

    Ever since I saw the U1 I have been a Sinn fan.

  5. Don says:

    Really enjoyed the Helmut Sinn interview. What an eccentric . . .

  6. Glenn T. says:

    Helmut Sinn has been a significant contributor to the world of watches… Thanks for all the Sinn coverage!

  7. Adrian says:

    Great job this week. I’ll be ordering a Guinand soon.

  8. George says:

    Pick Me!

  9. Tom says:

    The review of the 103 ST was awesome! Keep up the good work.

  10. Bill says:

    Hate to say I’ve never heard of the brand but sounds like a fantastic watch and company. Would love to win!

  11. JLB says:

    Don’t really know Sinn yet, but looks like they have a rich history to explore.

  12. harti says:

    I’m from Germany and love sinn, happy to own four great pieces. Glad you covered this brand in your special. Nice work!

  13. Very cool, would love to win this!!!!

  14. Tom Busler says:

    I’ve been salivating over a Sinn for a very long time. This week’s series of posts only made it worse! I feel like this already great blog took an awesome step in an interesting direction with this unique format of in-depth brand focus. Would love to see other brands given a similar treatment. Best regards! -Tom

  15. Lewis Leong says:

    Thanks for the great week of Sinn!

  16. Very great series on Sinn and great giveaway, keep up the good work! It’s awesome to see such great pieces getting so much attention. (Personal favs are the 157 and the 103 Chronos)

  17. Jeremy says:

    Thanks for making me aware of this video!

  18. simon potter says:

    total legend, plus its my birthday 🙂 time ticks by……..

  19. Swilly says:

    Sinn makes beautiful watches 😀

  20. Rich says:

    Beautiful watches, one day I might get one;)

  21. RYF says:

    Lately, I have been doing some research on the spectrum of technologies that Sinn has tried to incorporate. I respect their genuine efforts to continue to extend the German engineering tradition.

  22. When I was much younger I drooled at Frankfurts which were only obtainable at a Duty Free boutique. Until today they’re my favorite Sinns.

  23. Cimmonne says:

    My husband has been drooling over a UTC. I hope to gift him one soon, but in the meantime, winning this DVD and giving it to him would sure make him happy! 🙂

  24. Phil Caron says:

    Love the history and tradition behind Sinn. Why, oh why does my wishlist always get longer and longer!

  25. Alex says:

    Am I too late??? Man was looking at getting a chrono Sinn recently. Would love to know the history of how the brand came about. Great site btw.