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R2-D2 Collector's Watch

By: on June 18, 2014
$168.99
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It's a circa 1977 vision of the future in wristwatch form! Check out the R2-D2 Collector's watch. It kind of walks the precarious line between one more helping of Star Wars gimcrack and an F'ing awesome analog timepiece, doesn't it? Bee-boop beep-beep boop. Kids, R2-D2 says this is the droid worth learning how to read a clock face for.

The R2-D2 Collector's watch consists of a white leather band and 1.6" diameter stainless steel case housing a Quartz movement. The piece is water-resistant up to 165', and comes with a 1-year manufacturer's warranty. Note: Warranty protects against droid malfunction, but not damage sustained in battle. Nor will it cover R2-D2 replacement should Jawas abduct him.

The R2-D2 Collector's watch is a top Dude Gift for a Geek pick.

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