Personlize Your Timepiece With Rotate
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A watch is a classic sartorial element, the perfect piece to tie together a signature look. You may not have all the gadgets that Q gives James Bond, but a nice watch is an elegant companion that makes your look uniquely you. However, with such an important piece, it’s hard to find precisely what you’re looking for. If you’re struggling to find the right watch, why not build your own for an added touch of intrigue? You can with the Rotate® DIY Watchmaking Kit.
This all-in-one DIY watchmaking kit was successfully funded on Kickstarter and has been featured in the New York Times, Gadget Flow, and more. Built by creators for creators, Rotate was founded by watchmakers and artisans to inspire other creative people to keep analog watches alive and well.
The Edison kit includes the parts, tools, and a user-friendly guide to assemble a classic black and white watch that’s perfect for any occasion. It’s simple but elegant, as suitable for a tuxedo as it is for a summer suit. Versatility is the name of the game and, since you’re versatile enough to build the watch in the first place, you strike us as the kind of guy who would want a versatile watch for yourself.
The Edison comes with suede leather straps and features a 44mm case diameter and sapphire glass case that gives you a clear view of the clock arms and movement. With a hand-wound battery, you won’t have to worry about purchasing external batteries ever. With the all-inclusive watchmaking toolset, you’ll have everything you need right out of the box to build the wristwatch from start to finish.
Stop looking for a watch and build one for yourself. Right now, the Rotate® DIY Watchmaking Kit is on sale for 23% off $195 at just $149.99.
Prices are subject to change.
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