Guess Watches teams with WatchShop to support breast cancer charities

Guess Watches has forged an exclusive partnership with to sell two new timepieces in support of Breast Cancer Awareness.

Along with the women’s watch, Guess is also introducing a men’s watch, so that the other half of the population can support the charity.

Guess Watches is a partner for The Get In Touch Foundation, a non-profit organisation committed to raising breast health awareness.

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The chairty was created by the late Mary Ann Wasil who, when diagnosed with breast cancer, established the Foundation so that her teenage daughters at the time would be aware of breast health for the rest of their lives.

The created a concept called Daisy Wheels which help girls ‘get in touch’ with their breasts for early detection of any issues. The wheels are introduced by health educators in schools – with no expense to the school – with a goal to put a wheel in the hands of every girl around the world.

Ms. Wasil’s daughter, Betsy Nilan, has stepped into her late mother’s shoes to become President of The Get in Touch Foundation to carry on the legacy.



To raise funds to support The Get In Touch Foundation and assist in distributing the Daisy Wheel, Guess Watches has designed two new Special Edition watches.

Both timepieces include eye catching pink details and the iconic Pink Ribbons design for men and women who wish to support the cause.

The ladies’ watch is available from for £129, the men’s is priced at £149.




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