I was looking for something different and fun to give my seven year old for Valentines Day and I came across this super cool company called Watchitude. These little watches are so much fun and could be for a kid or an adult could rock it too. I know my teenager was pretty jealous when she saw the one I got for my 7 year old.
They come in tons of super cute designs. They have new ones added all the time. It’s actually a really cool company because you can log in and design your own custom design. They have a really user friendly builder that you can use to upload images and make your very own custom design. Then they will give you a link so you can share it to all your friends and family. The designs with the most votes get produced! So it turns into a really fun competition as well.
We choose this super cute emoji Watchitude. The design is really simple, it’s a slap bracelet so it just wraps around your wrist and gives you the perfect fit. It’s great for kids because my 7 year old wants to wear a watch (since they are learning to tell time in school) but it’s hard for her to do that latches and put them on and take them off. This one is perfect and you don’t have to worry about sizing at all. Really cute and fun.
Watchitude makes the perfect Valentines Day Gift for kids. I got this one for my daughter and she loved it. It’s a fun little watch. Plus it’s something different then candy.
You can learn more on the Watchitude Website.
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