Phosphor’s latest release would be the Appear Bracelet watch – where it is the most recent update to the Appear range, and what makes this particular line famous is the fact that it features the world’s first mechanical digital watches that relies on Phosphor’s proprietary Micro-Magnetic Mechanical Digital (M3D) technology. Yes sir, using M3D technology to drive it onwards while sporting a modern, fashionable nylon band, the Appear Bracelet is able to ensure that the classic Appear look remains intact, especially when it boasts of a Swarovski crystal-encrusted time-display and colored crystal time display which will revolve to reveal the current time. If you so desire, you can always hide the time behind these crystals, making this a firm favorite of females who want to spend more time with their crush, so that they have an excuse for parents that they literally forgot about the time when arriving at home in the wee hours of the morning. The basic “time” mode will come with a 12-hour display, where the hours are positioned above the minutes on the face, while a “seconds” mode is also available. Expect the Appear Bracelet watch range to debut with four women’s band styles – pink, amber and clear, amber and white in addition to black, where it will retail anywhere from $199 to $225.
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