Lego reveals wristwatches for men and women

LEGO Watch System Lego adult watches

It doesn’t matter if you are a kid or a grown-up, deep down in our heart we all are kids sans our age. Probably the reason why so many people have a profound liking for Lego, making everything from A-Z in Lego bricks and Mindstorms. Lego have forayed into making watches for kids but keeping in tune with their huge fan following by adults too they have now decided to come up with a line of Lego watches specifically for adults. The Lego watch collection for men and women will be launched in the month of November and go by the name LEGO Watch System. Completely customizable with the ability to swap bracelets, bezels and watch faces this watch collection brings back those childhood memories that you always cherished.


LEGO Watch System Lego adult watches

Some of the interesting Lego watch models include LEGO happiness, LEGO Skull and LEGO brick skull. Other models include watches having day/date complication, chronograph, and calendar. The Lego watches will come in digital and analog models in a wide variety of color options like red, white, green, black and even pink and orange.

LEGO Watch System Lego adult watches

This range will have some watches in the collection made in plastic body and some made partially from aluminum or steel as Lego is the theme and the options on tinkering around with the looks are endless. Moreover the watches are water resistant from 50 meters to 100 meters depending on the model you choose. So go get your Lego wristwatch this November for the price range of $85-$185 and show the world you love for Lego.

LEGO Watch System Lego adult watches

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