ETIQUS Ladies Collection
ETIQUS have launched seven stylish timepieces specifically aimed at the lady golfer that are inspired by the game of golf.
Much like the unique men’s collection, the ladies range combines quality components, such as Swiss made movements, with golf inspired design features that will be appreciated by those who are passionate about golf.
Each of the seven watches in the collection has a contemporary and ‘on trend’ look whilst also containing subtle design features that refer to golf, such as the unique dimple patterned face that gives the 3D effect of a golf ball, the red flag second hand and the Butler Bezel originally inspired by the R&A pace of play guidelines. In line with current watch fashion trends, there is a choice of a gold, rose gold or stainless steel bracelets with the option to choose ceramic centre link inserts to add that touch of class.
15 per cent of the 1.5million golfers in the U.K are women something that Gary Butler, Founder and Managing Director of ETIQUS say’s inspired the collection:
“Of course, this number is much lower compared to the amount of men involved in the sport, but I believe that avid lady golfers deserve a watch too that embodies their love for the game. For this reason, we extended our initial offering of 17 men’s watches with a women’s collection that comprises of seven stylish and fashionable timepieces.
“Getting the balance right between fashion and function was key for this collection. I wanted women to fall in love with the overall look of the watches first and then discover and appreciate the golf inspired design features upon closer inspection.”
Since the brand launched in July 2014 ETIQUS have been supporting The Golf Foundation, which enables children and young people to experience golf and the life skills associated with it (www.golf-foundation.org), by donating £5 from each purchase and by supporting events to raise money for the charity.
Prices start at £229 and the full collection is available right now from www.etiqus.co.uk and a network of accredited affiliates.
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