6 July 2017
At SPECS network we are big tennis fans. So we were delighted when those lovely people at Seiko Optical UK generously donated an incredible Seiko Astron GPS Solar Dual-Time Novak Djokovic Limited Edition watch worth £1,500 for us to give away!
This fabulous and highly desirable watch is one of a limited edition of only 3,000 - the serial number and Novak's signature are engraved on the back. Using just the power of light, it connects to the GPS network and automatically adjusts, at the touch of a button, to every time zone on Earth, showing the time with a precision of one second every 100,000 years. And With a brown dial and crocodile leather strap, the rose-gold colour highlights and the black ceramic bezel, the Novak Djokovic Limited Edition watch combines sport and elegance in a way that makes it perfect for every aspect of Novak's busy life.
You can enter this free prize draw here. Just answer a simple Wimbledon question and complete the form. But, be quick - it's a flash promotion and ends at midnight on Sunday 16th July.
Do you play tennis - or other sports - yourself? Or do your kids play? Opticians recommend getting the right eywear to ensure your comfort, safety, and best perfomance. Why not drop in at your local SPECS network optician for advice and to see the great choice of glasses, sunglasses, protective eyewear, and contact lenses available?
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Some interesting Wimbledon factoids
Here are some Wimbledon facts we liked (hint: one of these will help you in the prize draw).
- The global audience is estimated at over 1 billion people in 200 territories.
- The grounds capacity at Wimbledon is 39,000 spectators at any one time.
- Total attendance in 2016 was 493,928.
- 28,000 kg (140,000 servings) of English strawberries were dished out in 2016,
- The Centre Court roof weighs 100 tonnes.
- The fastest ever serves were (men) 148mph by Taylor Dent in 2010, (women) 129mph by Venus Williams in 2008.
- Rufus, a Harris Hawk, flies for one hour (9.00am) most mornings of The Championships to deter pigeons.