Smartwatches aren’t for everyone and sometimes a traditional watch is just what you want. Washington Square Watches is aiming to bring its designs and U.S. built hardware to the masses by holding a Kickstarter campaign. While the technology in these watches is hundreds of years old, it doesn’t make the technology any less impressive. Making a good mechanical watch takes care and passion. Check out the video below and the Kickstarter link at the end to find out more about Washington Square Watches’ campaign. You can also check out the company’s website, which will be launching soon! There you can sign up to be updated on the project.
Founder Marc Smouha’s goal was to create a sleek and fashionable watch that’s perfect for everyday wear. Our watch can be worn for any occasion and can be customized with interchangeable straps that can be personalized.
Quality will never be compromised and we ensure this by having our product handcrafted here in the US. We vetted manufacturers from coast to coast until we found the right partners we could entrust with this task. This allows us to provide you a quality timepiece at an affordable cost.
To bring this concept of individuality to the next level we are giving you the choice of customizing your watch by offering several options of colors for your watch band. We are also offering you the chance to personalize your watch strap with your initials. This feature will make your watch one of a kind.
A quick-release clasp that allows you to easily swap out your strap at home… No tools required. This feature was added in order to update and customize your watch with our newest bands (Stainless Steel Bracelet, Nylon Strap…)
We currently plan on shipping to all our backers by the end of July. Depending on demand, we may have to push delivery date by at most 30 days. We will make sure that all our backers are kept well notified but our goal is to ship all watches on time.
Due to the fact that all straps are genuine leather, there may be slight variations in color from what is displayed on Kickstarter.