The Everyday Watch by Mijlo includes ten variations at an affordable price
Dutch-based collective MIJLO founder and serial entrepreneur Daniel Eckler has launched a Kickstarter campaign for the company’s latest product, a watch that offers different timeless styles for the price of a single timepiece.
The Everyday Watch by MIJLO is a versatile watch timepiece that includes ten variations for the price of a single high quality watch. The watch comes with a classic simple design and easy-change straps that allow the user to switch up its looks depending on his mood or outfit.
Most designer or quality watches are usually priced between $250 to $400. The price for the Everyday Watch falls between that range, but already offers 10 different styles. A package comes with two classic watch faces and five straps, which include one brown leather, one tan leather, one black textured leather, one blue rubber, and one green mixed canvas and leather band.
The MIJLO Everyday Watch features an easy push-button technology that lets users change up the look of their watch in mere seconds. A simple button at the base of each strap makes it easy to change watch faces and bands.
The Everyday Watch package comes in a felt carrying case that can be easily rolled up and stored or packed away during travel. The Everyday Watch also comes with a five-year guarantee and owners can request for a replacement of a band by sending a digital image of the worn-out strap.
The Kickstarter campaign for the 10-in-1 timepiece has a goal of $25,000 CAD and it has already raised almost half that goal with a little over a month to go. Those who want to purchase their own 10-in-1 watch can still go for the Early Bird price of $197 CAD for a complete package, which includes the two watch faces, five bands, and the felt case. The campaign ends September 7.
MIJLO, a company dedicated to creating solutions for small spaces, first launched its collection of well-designed quality products with A Better Backpack, which was successfully funded on Kickstarter in December last year.
Check out the Everyday Watch Kickstarter video here.