The Everyday Watch by MIJLO

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Style

We love watches just as much as the next man, but the problem lies in the fact that it can be quite expensive to build out a small collection. The Everyday Watch aims to solve this problem for the common man, giving us 10 watches for the price of 1.

Created by New York based designer Daniel Eckler through his MIJLO studio, each Everyday Watch comes with 5 different bands and 2 different faces (one simple, one sophisticated) – creating a 10-in-1 timepiece. The key here is the easy-change straps, that give you the ability to easily swap the strap in a matter of seconds with just the push of a button – no tools needed. Typically guys spend anywhere from $250-$400 for a decent quality timepiece (although we often times find ourselves spending a whole lot more than that), so MIJLO decided to price their 10-in-1 timepiece package at $247. The timepiece features Japanese movement, a 38mm diameter case. hardened mineral case and aluminum hands along with straps in brown leather, tan leather, black textured leather, blue rubber, and a green mixed canvas/leather band. [Purchase]

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