Product Review: Wrist Society Watch
17 March 2017
Hey, everyone! Remember me? We completed our move from Miami, Florida to Boise, Idaho one week ago, so that's why I have been largely absent from posting here lately.
Anyway, I was chosen by Wrist Society to try out one of their watches in exchange for my honest review.
This is the watch and bracelet I received. It's a beautiful watch with a bracelet, which you can get as part of Wrist Society's monthly subscription service. I was going to do a YouTube unboxing video, but between having severe pneumonia and moving, I just did not get a chance! Boo.
But that's not the watch's fault, so let's carry on, shall we? ;)
Wrist Society is a service that aims to help men grow their watch collection. Featured on Huffington Post, Better Homes and Gardens and more, men can subscribe to the Noble level for $29 per month and receive a top-notch wristwatch that they keep. Or, they can subscribe to the Elite level for $39 per month and receive a watch plus a bracelet picked by the Wrist Society staffers. The watches never have to be returned, so it's a great way to add to your style wardrobe, receive a high-quality watch, and not pay top dollar.
Rob's wrist wasn't available during this review, so I wore the watch for a few days and even received a few compliments on the watch and bracelet set I received. In addition to the bracelet and beautiful watch each month, Elite members can also vote on occasional choices during their subscription service.
The great thing, I think, about Wrist Society is that they are so flexible. Instead of monthly delivery, you can also choose quarterly, biannual, or annual delivery. If you join the Society, you can even order the previous month's watch if quantities allow and you really can't wait!
The watches ship on the 1st of each month, and are great way for guys to add the perfect finishing touch to their style for the day. All kinds of styles are delivered, once per month, so that as the collection grows, they can have may choices from which to cap off their days' outfits. I love this! There is no entry fee, just the $29 or $39 monthly charge, and all of the watches work and are high quality.
So there you have it! Subscribe if you like the concept, and stay because you love the watches.
DiamondBloggers and Wrist Society selected me to try out the watch service in exchange for my always-honest opinions.
Thanks for stopping by!