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Htp-m | By Human Time Project

Last year we did a feature on a great new watch company called Human Time Project. The company was created to give wrist watches to health care workers in third world countries. For every watch sold, another will be given to a health care worker that needs one. They have a donation mission to rural clinics in central America planned for July of this year. The cool military look HTP-1 was their first model, their latest watch is the HTP-M, a smaller, unisex model that fits well with most gents or ladies who prefer a more regular size watch than the larger HTP-1. The watch is available with six strap colors, military green, tan, orange, blue, red or black.



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ROCK BAND LEATHER STRAP | FOR IPOD NANO | Image

ROCK BAND LEATHER STRAP | FOR IPOD NANO

We have posted here before on converting your ipod nano to a wrist watch showing you a fabric watch band. This model available at iLoveHandles is named the "rock Band" and is made of genuine leather and features a special notch to accommodate the iPod Nano’s built-in clip....
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MONO GUITAR BAGS

MONO is a San Francisco-based design company focused on supporting creative professionals and musicians. They make products such as intelligent laptop & DJ bags, and instrument bags including these nice and functional guitar bags. Their guitarist bag collection includes bags for both acoustic and electric guitars, single or dual, plus add-on storage modules. Learn more at the Mono website, or purchase now from Amazon. Available for purchase in Europe her...
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GLYCINE AIRMAN WATCH

Glycine is a Swiss wristwatch manufacturer, they became a noteworthy watch maker in the early 1950s for the introduction of their Airman model, a 24-hour watch favored by both military and commercial pilots, but also frequent travelers, thanks to the introduction of multiple time-zone watches to the market back in 1953. Now, in addition to regular local time, world time was available at a glance. The impressive and distinctive Airman line has never been absent from ...
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