Patch Biodegradable Paper Watches (Image courtesy Atlanus)

Patch Biodegradable Paper Watches Match (Almost) Any Wardrobe

Patch Biodegradable Paper Watches (Image courtesy Atlanus)
By Andrew Liszewski

You’ll never have to feel guilty about owning a different timepiece to match every outfit in your wardrobe with these Patch watches from Geneva-based watchmaker Atlanus. They’re actually made from biodegradable paper with a special coating that makes them waterproof and tear-resistant so they should survive a few nights out on the town. They’re currently available in 10 blinding colors plus a small collection of prints for ~$34 (€24) a pop, though personally I think all the colored bands should be sold as a single kit with a removable LCD display that can be swapped into each of the bands as needed. But I understand there’s a profit to be made, which in this case is probably around $33.52 for every watch sold.

[ Atlanus Patch Paper Watches ] VIA [ Ecouterre ]

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