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#AskHenri: a werewolf with wardrobe issues

To avoid a monthly meltdown, this moonstruck character needs a very special watch indeed–Henri has just the thing to meet his needs...

Dear Henri,
I am a Werewolf. Let’s just get that awkward introduction out of the way. Without boring you with the vagaries of lupine life, please could you suggest a watch that will (in no particular order) suit high altitudes, nocturnal living, look dashing even on a hirsute wrist… and possibly give me a bit of warning that the full moon is approaching?

 

Dear Lunar Lupine,
No explanation required. On my travels, I have encountered all varieties of man, woman, monster and mystery. I hope you will not be offended by the term ‘monster’, I mean only to say that no aberration can shock, surprise, or disturb me. All are welcome at my table…. In fact, I once donated a priceless roll of silk-velvet to a Romanian Vampire in need of a more luxurious cape to wear on a blind date.

That being said, may I recommend an Endeavour Perpetual Moon Concept for your particular requirements. Observe the phases of the moon in real-time, and take yourself off for a discreet mountain getaway at those tricky times of the month. Return to civilisation in time to show off your strangely seductive timepiece–amongst the other wild and wonderful creatures of the Metropolis.

Discover the Endeavour Perpetual Moon Concept

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