Hastings Heritage Edition Watch

Not too long ago I reviewed the Hastings ‘Classic Edition’ watch that they were kind enough to send to me. I am still loving my watch and if you follow me on Instagram (@even_the_stars_fall) or Snapchat (adam_kay1999) you’ll have probably noticed that I wear it ALOT!

In this blog post, I wanted to share a brand new Hastings watch… the ‘Heritage Edition’. The Heritage Edition watch is another watch that was made on Hastings fundamental concept, affordable luxury. Since they brought out the Classic Edition they have sold it in over 40 countries, with everyone loving it. But, some customers requested that Hastings produced a mechanical watch, so, this is it.

The Heritage Edition watch is a little more chunky than the Classic Edition, with a polished stainless steel case, measuring 40mm in diameter and 11mm in thickness. The watch has a genuine leather strap, available in 2 colours and 2 leather types and also a stunning butterfly deployment clasp; one of my favourite features of this watch.

As always, Hastings have paid very close attention to detail which has led to a beautifully crafted, luxury yet affordable watch. The watch will have a retail of $299 but is currently available on Kickstarter for $180, in my opinion an amazing price for such a luxury, well made timepiece.

_MG_7537If I hadn’t already sold this watch to you then this might just be your turning point. Hastings have spared no expense or detail in creating this watch, and that goes for the packaging too. The Heritage Edition watch will come in a stunning Piano black wooden presentation box, with a leather interior. It is stunning.

If you’ve fallen in love with this watch as much as I have then you can go check out the Kickstarter page, featuring more specification details and a stunning video of the watch – http://kck.st/1Ru8riU  and if you want to see the other watches Hastings offer check out my previous review and get yourself 15% off with the code ‘adamkay15’.

This was a sponsored post. However ALL opinions mentioned were ENTIRELY my own. Thanks to Hastings & Co  for sending me their watch to review. If you have any PR enquiries please send them via my Contact page.

 

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