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ToyWatch Plasteramic - Black Chronograph Watch

It's ceramic... no it's plastic... IT'S PLASTERAMIC! Chic ceramic looking plastic features crystal dot markers. ToyWatch Plasteramic is a precision stop watch. Please note: The large second hand at 12 o'clock is for the stopwatch function. It will remain static at the 12 o'clock position until activated. Three sub-dials which in clockwise order are: at 3 o'clock an hour timer, at 6 o'clock a sweep second hand for the time function of the watch, and at 9 o'clock a minute timer for the chronograph function. The watch features a Mother of Pearl dial with crystal markers and a black plasteramic band. Size 41 mm / 1.61 inches.

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SKU 4500615
Manufacturer ToyWatch


"TOYWATCH...has been a runaway hit since their debut." - Kristina Dechter, The New York Times

"Hollywood is obsessed with this Italian-made chronograph wristwatch." - Life & Style Weekly

"Many industry executives say they have not seen this kind of buzz since Swatch premiered its Swiss manufactured watches in 1983." - Womens Wear Daily

In the fall of 2006, Milan-based designer and wristwatch aficionado Marco Mavilla designed the first TOYWATCH. A lightweight, oversized plastic watch, inspired by high design timepieces, TOYWATCH is unexpected, arresting and irreverent. Under the direction of fine-watch collector and TOYWATCH USA CEO, Randy Gordon, TOYWATCH was brought to the USA in the summer of 2006. An anti-luxury statement in a luxury obsessed culture, TOYWATCH has become the "it" wristwatch and the "must-have" item among style influentials and tastemakers. The brand ignited a firestorm in the fashion, design and accessories industries and has been heralded as a sensation by the press. Fall of 2007 will welcome the first ever, freestanding TOYWATCH store - if you find yourself at Via Montenapoleone in Milan, come check out ToyWatch.

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