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Looking for something fun or unique for the young or the young at heart? Look no further than Modify Watches. Not familiar? Read below....
So what do I mean by modular? Basically you can mix together any face and strap to make a combination (Mod) to suit your tastes. New designs are frequently introduced but the beauty of this is that if a new face or strap comes to market, you can purchase that to compliment the collection you already have - you do not have to purchase an entirely new complete watch.
For our watch I selected an Orange face (Miss N.'s favorite) and two bands. Pink was not available at the time so I selected Yellow and Grey. (See the three looks to the side.
As you can see, switching the strap gives the same face an entirely new look. The yellow with orange looks young and fun - the pink and orange is more girly, but again fun. The grey and orange look edgy/metropolitan and more adult.
An example of how switching the face also changes the look of the watch can be seen with the two pink strapped versions below. Both are feminine, casual and fun yet also look very different.
Miss N. LOVED her watch, especially the orange, her favorite color. She also loves that she can switch the face plate with a different strap. I will note that these are VERY large watches. The face is more the size of a men's watch so they are much larger than appears in the picture.
I have one Modify Watch to offer to one lucky reader. One entrant will win their choice of color face plate and strap (from what is available in stock at the time of order).
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