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Now Trending – Faceless Watches

Now Trending – Faceless Watches

All wristband, no face. More bracelet than watch, this is a fashion statement for modern men and women. Welcome to the latest innovation in high-class time pieces – faceless watches.

Cell phones may have rendered the traditional watch redundant, but people are still buying them.  However, today’s digital watch needs be no more than a wristband.  L.E.D. numbers are conveniently embedded into the wristband itself.

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    Faceless watch for men

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      Faceless watch for men

      And if a stark metal wristband seems too masculine for the ladies, there are colors and patterns that will appeal more to a feminine fashion sense.

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        Faceless watch for ladies

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          Faceless watch for ladies

          And for the the younger generation, not ready to take on such an adult looking watch, “bracelet watches” come in a host of junior colors.

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            Faceless watches for children

            Best of all, these are not pricy items.  You can find a faceless watch online for anywhere from $5.00 to $10.00, and they are for sale pretty much around the world.

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