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Slow Watches | With 24 Hour Display

Slow Watches striped away the extra hands for a unique way to tell time, the display shows you all 24 hours in a day! The minimalist watch features only one hand and allows you to check all 24 hours at a glance. After you get used to the unconventional display, it will give you a much better consciousness about the progression of your day. It uses a Swiss Made Ronda Caliber 505.24 GMT movement and is made of durable 316L stainless steel, the dial features an extra hardened mineral glass with anti-reflective coating. via

Available in several styles at Slow Watches online store or at Amazon
Available in Europe here




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ORBITKEY GIVEAWAY | Image

ORBITKEY GIVEAWAY

We have teamed up with Orbitkey and are giving away their stylish accessory that transforms your cluster of keys into a neatly organized stack. You can organize your keys in order of preference, and find the key needed without hassle. The high quality soft touch band prevents your keys from scratching your other precious belongings such as smartphones, and also prevents the annoying sound of rattling keys. Click on the image above for details on how to enter....
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HAMILTON PAN EUROP CHRONOGRAPH | Image

HAMILTON PAN EUROP CHRONOGRAPH

With the strength of an heritage in watchmaking expertise, Hamilton have launched this year the stunning Pan Europ Chronograph, a remake of the first automatic chronograph launched by the brand in 1971. With red pointers that contrast with the deep blue dial and bezel, the new Pan Europ stays with tradition but at the same time displays a decidedly contemporary perspective....
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Iconspeak Traveller T-Shirt

This is brilliant, a t-shirt for travelers with 40 icons that lets you communicate in any country even if you donít speak its language, simply point at what your looking for, whether its a hotel, telephone, Wi-Fi, a restaurant or first aid. Iconspeak is the brainchild of Swiss travel addicts Florian Nast, George Horn and Stefan Streit, who came up with the idea while traveling on motorbikes through Vietnam in 2013. When one of the bikes broke down, they ended up in ...
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