ETIQUS European Blue timepiece revealed

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• ETIQUS has unveiled limited edition European Blue watch
• It's perfect for fans supporting Team Europe this month

• Each watch features a patented Butler Golf Bezel

ETIQUS European Blue Sport Tour

ETIQUS has unveiled the limited edition European Blue Sport Tour timepieces to offer the perfect way for fans to support Team Europe.

The new timepiece is a special edition of ETIQUS’ regular Sport Tour model and features a unique dimple patterned face in a distinctive European Blue colour. When teamed with the yellow inlay on the hour and minute hands, it gives the appearance of the European flag.

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One of the most unique features of the ETIQUS European Blue Sport Tour timepiece is the Butler Golf Bezel, which was inspired by the R&A’s pace of play guidelines.

It was developed by owner Gary Butler and, by simply setting the little ball to the beginning of your tee off time, you can see where you are in relation to your pace of play.

You can then choose from a solid stainless steel bracelet for added weight and presence, a black leather strap with blue stitch detail for a smart casual feel, a blue crocodile textured leather strap for a stand out look, or a durable black silicone strap for every day wear. Each complements the smart ETIQUS European Blue Sport Tour design.

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ETIQUS is the brainchild of entrepreneur Butler and it now offers 72 different models, each with their own nod of appreciation to the game of golf. It took Butler five years to develop the product line and bring it to market.

ETIQUS European Blue Sport Tour – pricing

RRP £249 - £299
More information etiqus.co.uk

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