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10/20/2011

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Tommy

The Mute Watch is definitely different than any wrist watch out there. Thank you for your comment, and hope you visit my blog regularly. Tommy

Mike Larsons

An awesome and gorgeous watch. Definitely, a must have for every watch enthusiasts. :D

Brett Hart

I think the idea is great but like you pointed out I'm not sure pinching at my wrist in the morning is going to make me feel any better than doing it to my phone. I suppose if you like the design, however, then it really doesn't matter too much and you'll probably get it anyways. I still prefer stainless steel and white gold... Definitely more expensive but it'll never go out of style.

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