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February 13, 2006

Rock & Roll Guitar Watch


From the website:

    The perfect gift for your favorite musician.

    The smooth lines of an electric guitar create the perfect setting for a wristwatch.

    Features include an 8" strap crafted to look like the neck of a guitar, a sweep second hand and quartz movement.

    Packaged in its own hard–shelled guitar case gift box.

    Ideal for both men and women.

    The Rock & Roll Guitar Watch makes a great collectible.


    • Anodized Aluminum Case

    • Stainless steel back

    • Plexi crystal

    • Silicon rubber straps

    • Quartz battery–operated Miyota 2035 movement by Citizen of Japan

    • Battery life of 2 years from manufacturing date

    • Length of case (maximum): 49 mm

    • Width of case (maximum): 35mm

    • Strap width (bottom): 18mm

    • Strap width (upper): 12mm

    • Weight: 1.5oz

In red or silver.



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I have one of these! My guitar is in boj green even. But I didn't buy it. (Let's just say when you have a known watch fetish you get some strange gifts out of desperation sometimes...with the disclaimer, "Well, it's a watch. I knew you'd love it!")

And this one is cute - but you generally have to plan an entire outfit around the watch. (Not that I'm complaining. Sometimes we need a push to re-imagine our current wardrobe.)

Posted by: Shawn Lea | Feb 13, 2006 3:15:20 PM

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