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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.
Not even sure why you would own this. It's a fake watch that has no functionality. I guess it could be trendy, but not my style at all.1
i understand i dont need a watch these days, even when i wear a watch i use my iphone for the time, but this item just isnt for me. dont plan on ever wearing it. just dont understand the idea behind it. i was actually planning on canceleing my birchbox subscription if i receieved this item (i had watched the preview and swore id cancel if i got the "watch") but the other items in the box this month more than made up for this mistake. it ended up being one of my favorite boxes because the other samples were so nice,2
This fake watch makes no sense. It is bulky, ugly, and not needed.
I would hope no one would spend $40 on this. The product should be sold at the dollar store.
WHY? Just dumb. Not attractive, not a conversation starter. Just bad. I received this in black from my latest birchbox and could not have been more disappointed.1
Was surprised to get this item and after watching the sneak peak for the male birchbox before it arrived, I kind of hoped it wouldn't be among the samples. This is not a real, functioning watch, and it is even too large for me to wear. It doesn't make sense and I do not agree that it tricks others into thinking you are wearing a rolex. It just is a waste of money and not for me.1
Easily the worst thing I've received in a Birchbox. Disappointed.1
I Did not like this item. I am not going to use it.1
As others have said, I kept pulling at the rubber "crystal" thinking there was actually a watch under there somewhere. I finally realized it was just for show, and thought "how absurd...who would actually wear this? Just an advertisement that I can't afford a real Rolex."
But I tried putting it on anyway, and the band snapped in two getting it on. So into the trash it went.
Sorry, but this is a fail.
Im not sure what target market this is for but I don't know of any adult that would wear this thing. Charging $40 is laughable. I gave it to my 2 year old to play with.1
I suppose this is more valuable than burning $40 but at least that would bring you a little warmth for a brief moment.
This is probably the worst thing I've ever gotten in a Birchbox shipment over the dozen plus months I've been receiving boxes, and that includes the times I've had bottles of GO24•7 explode all over the inside of my box. In those cases the box at least smelled wonderful. Seriously, GO24•7 smells amazing, even as a box liner.
I just don't understand why Birchbox would think their customers would want a fake watch, that is made of rubber, that looks absolutely fake and serves no other purpose than to be an expensive, cheaply made fake. I thought this was a joke or a promo "Find the fake Rolex and you've won the real deal!"
Aren't we supposed to be discerning taste? I felt disrespected when this arrived and disgusted when I saw the price it is to be sold for. I could get a "real" fake Rolex in Chinatown for this price and it would be made of metal and would at least tell time.