The watch is interesting, to say the least. It was not designed by Swatch at all, but by a brother and sister. The face somewhat depicts an African tribal mask and the strap features bold colors to match the face. Unlike most watches from Swatch, this one does not have a skeleton dial showing off the movement much like the other collaborations. The watch is 42mm in diameter with a 47mm lug to lug length, making it a good size for anyone, should they wish to wear it. The watch has the same water resistance as every other Swatch and will no longer work should one exceed 30m in depth. The case is crafted out of blue plastic and sports a small and discreet stainless steel crown. The bracelet and clasp are like any other Swatch and made out a flexible plastic with a buckle that no only keeps the braclet on but also acts as a fixed keeper. The watch also has a floating keeper. I personally think Swatch will have a hard time selling these, but they may appeal to some looking for a wild design. The watch costs $70 from Swatch's website. They can be found here: http://store.swatch.com/watches
&utm_content=SUOZ171+PP+Dec+20&utm_campaign=Mika4Swatch. Long link, right? These watches are quite something to look at and Swatch may have to rely on the few who want to purchase this watch. From what I have heard, in the first few days sales are not as fast on other models.
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