8FIVE2 Releases Triple Black Version of "ALL DAY" Watch

Limited to 100 pieces.

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8FIVE2 has just released a triple black version to its “ALL DAY” watch. After the success of its Gold/Emerald Green version, the watch dedicated to Causeway Bay receives a complete all-black IP plating.

Powered by a Japanese Miyota quartz movement, the watch sees a day-date function and cleverly pays homage to the skate shop’s name and Hong Kong’s area code with the inclusion of only the numerals 8, 5, and 2. The watch sits at 40mm in size and has a solid stainless steel bracelet with a butterfly buckle.

Those interested can pick one up over at 8FIVE2 for a price of $1,680 HKD (approximately $216 USD), but act fast as these are limited to 100 pieces.

In other accessory news, Bamford London celebrates Peanuts’ 70th anniversary with two Snoopy watches.

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