How many times do you actually look at your wrist for time? Likely seldom. More than ever before, the wristwatch has become a fashion piece than a time-telling device. If you concur and believe that watches should be fun, well then, HappieWatch is for you.

HappieWatch

At a glance, HappieWatch looks like art pieces worn on the wrist. Each watch rocks a unique and colorful image of some kind of creature which, upon closer inspection, have “eyes” that tells the time. Cool.

We heard of the saying “eyes are the window to the soul” but we never knew eyes are the window to time too (with one eye for the hour and the other, minutes). Pretty snazzy, right?

HappieWatch

It is a super cool design, coupled with the intriguing design choices, that you will probably only find on high-end, designer timepieces that have prohibitive stickers. Obviously, that is not the case with HappieWatch because each HappieWatch has a starting price of just US$219.

Key features include a square, hand-polished stainless 316L steel case, dual Japanese quartz movements with over 2 years of battery life, 3D cameo effect bronze dial, vegan leather/steel bracelet/silicone strap, 3 ATM (30 m/100′) water resistance, and believe it or not, sapphire crystal. Some pricier timepieces don’t even have the latter.

HappieWatch

HappieWatch is super collectible and highly sought after – thanks to the intriguing, fun designs, and limited models.

Images: HappieWatch.

Published by Mike

Avid tech enthusiast, gadget lover, marketing critic and most importantly, love to reason and talk.

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