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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.
This serves no purpose except for looks. Its basically a piece or rubber that looks like a watch.1
I am disappointed that something like this would be in a box. It's a cheesy piece of rubber that I wouldn't be caught dead in. Birch Box always has cool products but this one is a total fail.1
I got this and was very confused. A fake watch? Why? Maybe when I was a child...not an adult who owns watches and enjoys looking at them to tell time, not a black rubber matte. Don't even get this as a joke, that's cruel to your bank account.
This thing is completely useless to me. Having it included in my box made me reconsider the cost and benefits of my subscription. The quality of the item isn't even very good considering the premium price being asked.1
What can I say? I always wear a watch, I have for as long as I can remember. This just isn't for me. However I may try it one evening.1
I was a little confused about the use. I love jewelery but I think this would have been more effective if it actually had a watch in it. Maybe someone with a little different style sense would like this although I can imaging paying that price for a rubber bracelet.1
I get that it is kitchy, but I seriously thought about putting "Return to Sender" on the box, but then I didn't really want to pay the postage. Give it to someone else who would want it.1
I wear a watch normally, so this product is a complete waste. I'd give it a zero if possible. I've given it to my 1 year old daughter to play with.1
Without question the single worst thing I have received from BB. Even if one views it simply as a bracelet, it is a failure. Hideous, smelly, and easily damaged (mine was scratched up by the other materials in the box) - and really without any purpose. Just dumb.1
I'm not usually one to be a Negative Norman, but this is the stupidest thing I've received from BirchBox. The description should read, "Watch-shaped livestrong bracelet without the appeal of the whole 'donating to cancer research' thing." Also, it's $40. That's really funny.1