*I was loaned the two CLICLOC watches shown in the above pictures. No other remuneration was given for this post.
Do you remember as a kid those bracelets you could buy, you slapped them against your wrist and it would curl around? Often used to see how hard you could slap some with it (or was that just me)? Well CLICLOC watches take me back there, with a range of interchangeable faces and straps it’s time to get rid of the old and bring in the funky new, no matter what your wearing there’s bound to me a strap that will complement it.
There’s two faces available for the CLICOC ni watches one with numbers and one without – I have to admit to being a numbers girl I like things clear, I get a bit mixed up when there’s no numbers – that’s probably why both the above watches are telling different times whoops!
The ni is available in two different sizes the MINI ni (left in the above picture) comes in at £35 for 1 strap and one face with additional straps coming in at £8 each while the ni on the right comes in at £45, with additional straps £12 each – there is a choice of 12 colours for both sizes.
I love the colour and face of the ni, but sadly it was just too large for me – so Ash was nice enough to play wrist model (I haven’t gone all hair promise!). The ni is water resistant to 3 ATM and measures 280mm x 28.5mm.
These have to be some of the easiest watches to put on, and the comfort is amazing, I’m guessing that’s mostly down to the fact it has quite a bit of movement due to it just being wrapped around, so you can move below the strap rather than the watch having to move with you. Each strap is made from specifically engineered steel spring that is encased with silicone
To change the strap or face it’s a simple procedure, you just need to slide it along the band, but don’t worry it’s designed well so it’s not just going to slide off at random times.
Now this one’s much more my size the MINI ni comes in at 270mm x 25mm and is also waterproof up to 3ATM.
Both faces have a stainless steel case and fittings. But the best thing about this watch is it’s going to fit most people off the shelf so no waiting around once you have it to have more holes added or the links sorted – it sizes to you.
My only problem now is trying to decide which strap colour to choose when I get round to buying myself one – at the moment I’m leaning towards Sapphire Blue.
To see all the colours for yourself and to check out the other style in the CLICLOC family hit up the CLICLOC website now.
You can by CLICLOC online at their website or from a number of other retailers click here to find one near you.
What do you think of CLICLOC, what colour strap would you choose?