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You Can Now Get Paid To Wear Luxury Watches

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You Can Now Get Paid To Wear Luxury Watches

A luxury watch company is on the hunt for two members of the public to test some of the world's most expensive watches - and you'll get paid £1,000 to do so.

Think you've got what it takes?!

A luxury watch company is on the hunt for two members of the public to test some of the world's most expensive watches (Credit: Shutterstock)
A luxury watch company is on the hunt for two members of the public to test some of the world's most expensive watches (Credit: Shutterstock)

The successful applicants will wear a selection of watches from HushHush.com - ranging in price from £5,000 to £50,000 - in a bid to review the practicality, comfort and appearance of each piece.

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The idea is for the watch tester to help shoppers make more informed purchase choices, testing which watch is more suited to a variety of lifestyles and budgets.

Each tester will be sent one watch every week via private courier for an initial period of a month. They will be asked to review the watch while going about their everyday business as well as while taking part in activities such as tennis or swimming.

Each will be paid £1,000 for the four-weeks and will be required to fill in weekly reports for each watch.

Each tester will need to wear the watch while taking part in various activities (Credit: Shutterstock)
Each tester will need to wear the watch while taking part in various activities (Credit: Shutterstock)
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HushHush has over 60,000 luxurious watches on its site and while they come with an eye-watering price tag, the site explains price doesn't automatically mean increased comfort - which is why they're looking for candidates to trial each design.

Applicants must be over the age of 18 and have good writing skills. They do not need any previous experience in reviewing products and once the four-week period has finished, HushHush.com explain they may decide to extend the work further.

Each will be paid £1,000 for the four-weeks and will be required to fill in weekly reports (Credit: Shutterstock)
Each will be paid £1,000 for the four-weeks and will be required to fill in weekly reports (Credit: Shutterstock)

Aaron Harpin, HushHush.com founder, said: “We know one of the main draws to investing in luxury watches is the price tag itself. However, when the prices are as high as they are, it can sometimes be hard to look past that number and see the watch as a watch.

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“We want to find two people who will put these watches to the test, to find out if these valuable timepieces actually function the way they are supposed to. Can you wear them in everyday life? Are the faces easy to read, are they comfortable? But most importantly what reaction will you get when you wear them!”

You can apply and find out more info here. The deadline for applications is the 20th August - so go, go, go!

Featured Image Credit: Shutterstock

Topics: Fashion, Style

Lucy Devine
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