Share your Moment in Time to win a Marloe Watch

Share your Moment in Time to win a Marloe Watch

By Stephanie Holland

15 May , 2019  

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Share your Moment in Time with us on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook; whether it’s a story, a thank you, an anecdote, or just your favourite photo.

With Father’s Day rapidly approaching (16th June), we want to encourage you to celebrate by sharing your favourite dad-related memory; whether that’s a treasured memory of your own dad or father figure, honouring a special moment with the father of your children, or a funny incident from your role as a dad.

Share your Moment in Time with us on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook; whether it’s a story, a thank you, an anecdote, or just your favourite photo.

Win a Marloe watch of your choice

So we can find and see your post be sure to use the hashtag #mwcmomentintime and tag @marloewatchco . We will choose one lucky entrant on Friday 7th June to receive a beautiful Marloe watch (and future family heirloom) of their choice, to keep and treasure, or to give as a gift to celebrate Father's Day (don't worry, we'll make sure it gets there in time!). 

We’ll be sharing our own Moment in Time, like the one above, over the next few days - so we’re off to rifle through some embarrassing photos now… and make the big guy in our lives a cup of tea.



Terms & Conditions:

There is 1 prize of a Marloe watch of the winner's choice.

Open to anyone aged 16 and over, excluding employees and relatives of Marloe Watch Company.

Closing date for entries is 23.59 BST on 6th June 2016.

Entrants must use the hashtag #mwcmomentintime and tag @marloewatchcompany in their post for it to qualify

The winner will be chosen by Marloe Watch Company

The winner will be informed by a reply to their post within 24 hours and will need to respond within 24 hours or a new winner will be chosen.

The winner’s name will be available on request and published on Marloe Watch Company’s social media accounts.

The prize will be shipped within 2 days of the winner confirming their address.

The promoter is Marloe Watch Company, part of FG Watch Group Ltd.

By participating in this prize draw, entrants confirm they have read, understood and agree to be bound by these terms and conditions.

This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.



My dad (now passed) was a native of Yorkshire who migrated from England to Australia after the war.
He came from a family of coalminers and they had a thing for their kids – you couldn’t give em much but by heaven you gave em a watch – that was their get out the door card to the world.

Watches always meant a lot to my dad and he passed that on to me and now i’ve done that with my son. My choice of the Derwent as a classic self wind watch comes after years (decades!) of looking for the perfect watch while making do with a something nothing workhorse along the way. Now with the Derwent on hand I reckon the search is over. My family are relieved!
Love your work folks!


Great photo.

John Comeau

#mwcmomentintime and tag @marloewatchcompany My Dad will love it.

Boris Wicke

Sadly my Dad passed away many years ago, in the Age of only 62 – because of Cancer.
I remember many things, but the most intense one is him teaching me how to ride a bicycle. I fall down, and said that I won’t ride my bike anymore – never ever. He told me, that everytime you fall, you have to keep up trying. I tried again, and it worked. He then said “well son, you will do that your whole live, and not only riding a bike. Its no problem to fall, but important to get up”

bob orr

dancing her to sleep to jimmy buffet songs
she’s 20 now and still likes jimmy buffet

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