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It’s the 21st century, baby: we’ve got flying cars, super-powered phones, and a crazy thing called Snapchat, so why limit art to your living room wall? Designed by New York artist Shelter Serra, this curious accessory takes the prevailing notions of watches and bracelets, and flips them on their heads. Perfect for the daring tastemaker, or those who thrive on the unexpected.
First the product is cheap looking- yes I know it's an imitation-. Second, it was big on my wrists. Third, it's a bit pretentious to think that everyone would want to wear a Rolex or look like they are wearing one.1
When this came in the box I didn't see the point of the accessory. I even gave this to my son who asked, what exactly is this? After seeing the cost of the product and the purpose of it this is a pointless item. Buying a fake Roley in Chinatown would make more sense.1
I thought I'd give this little braclet a try, since I tend to wear wristbands every now and then, but it was too tight and felt cheap. I might as well spend the money to buy an actual watch. A little disappointed with this product, but keep it coming you guys. So far this is the only thing I have disliked from birchbox enough to write a bad review.1
I'm all for fun in style and playful gadgets, or purposeless fashion choices if they stand out the right way, but this just looks like a gloppy dollar store "charity band" bracelet version of a watch. I can't say I will ever wear this.1
Received this in my December Box and wasn't sure what to use it for. Not an accessory I would wear and does not look trendy or cool. Looks like it is for a high school kid.1
I received one of these and it broke as soon as I tried to put it on. I contacted Birchbox and they quickly and easily sent out a replacement. The irony is that the new one is as useless as the broken one. This was a miss.1
if it served a purpose, that might be one thing... like a pill box or something. This does not serve a purpose and does not look like an actual rolex on the arm... the flat top makes it look very cheap.1
I received this in my Birchbox and I very nearly cancelled my subscription then and there. Kudos for innovation and all that, but not only did I not understand the real point of this item, but mine was even kind of terribly assembled to boot.1
I did not like this product. I felt it was useless, cheap, and not very appealing. It also did not fit around my wrist comfortably and could easily be broken!1
I see no use for this at all. If you associate with the circle that appreciates and can afford a Rolex, they are going to spot a fake a mile away, especially when it doesn't even have a watch face on it.1