ETIQUS Sport Lady timepieces unveiled

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• The ETIQUS Sport Lady range has five new colours
• Its ladies collection now includes a total of 18 models

• All timepieces are designed exclusively for golfers

ETIQUS Sport Lady

British golf timepiece specialists ETIQUS are now offering more models for ladies than ever before following the launch of the new ETIQUS Sport Lady collection.

The new Sport Lady golf timepieces have been revealed hot on the heels of the limited edition European Blue Sport Tour models launch last month and now take the brand's ladies offering up to 18 models.

Read more -> ETIQUS reveals Sport Tour collection

All of the new ETIQUS Sport Lady golf timepieces feature leather straps in a variety of colours, allowing them to be worn to suit any occasion.

Each model also has the familiar subtle dimpled face design and iconic rotating bezel with Golf Linksometer markings found in all ETIQUS Sport models.

The iconic bezel was developed by owner Gary Butler and was inspired by the R&A’s pace of play guidelines.

By simply setting the little ball to the beginning of your tee time, you can see where you are in relation to your pace of play.

Read more -> ETIQUS European Blue timepiece revealed

With no need to adjust the bracelet, the ETIQUS Sport Lady collection can be worn straight out of the impressive presentation box, making them the ideal gifts for birthdays, anniversaries and Christmas.

The latest additions join the nine models already in the Sport Lady collection, which include the choice of a stainless steel bracelet or a black leather strap.

ETIQUS is the brainchild of entrepreneur Butler and it now offers 72 different models in total, 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 Sport Lady timepieces - pricing

RRP £199
More information
etiqus.co.uk

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