Win a Mondaine Swiss Railways watch

Or purchase one for just £125 inc. P&P

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A design classic - distinct, clean and immediately identifiable thanks to its signature red seconds hand.

The Mondaine Swiss railways watch is renowned for its heritage and strong identity. It offers arguably the most recognisable face of Swiss timekeeping, and like its luxury counterparts always stays true to the core design that it is famous for. In 1944, Hans Hilfiker, a Swiss engineer and designer and employee of the Federal Swiss Railways, created the clock that has become known as the Official Swiss Railways Clock. It has become an icon of 20th century design, thanks to its simplicity and distinctiveness.

This watch faithfully replicates the original Swiss railways clock that keeps time at over 3,000 railway station platforms across Switzerland, and is revered for its iconic design across the world.

We have one Mondaine Swiss Railways watch to give away, or they are available to purchase from the Independent Shop for just £125 inc. P&P - click here to buy.

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Terms and conditions: Promotion closes at 17:00 on Thursday 17 October 2013. There is one prize of a Mondaine Swiss Railways watch, as described above, to be won. The winner will be the first entry selected at random after the closing date and will be contacted by Wednesday 23 October 2013. The prize is non-transferable and there is no cash alternative. When you respond, The Independent may use your information to contact you with offers/services of interest. Only one online entry per person. Promoter: Montgomery Outdoor. Usual promotion rules apply, see www.independent.co.uk/rules. For further information, please write to Customer Care, Room 203b, Northcliffe House, 2 Derry Street, London, W8 5TT.

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