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Happy Hour Watch

Happy Hour Watch

Does your life revolve around where to go for drinks immediately after you get off work? Well, you could probably stand to find yourself a hobby, and you'll more than likely enjoy the Happy Hour Watch ($50). Featuring a Japanese quartz movement for the analog face that sports only one hour marker — we'll let you guess which one — a digital time and date readout, an alloy case, and a wide black band, the real draw of this timepiece is the patented Happy Hour bottle-opening buckle, which lets you commence drinking before you even arrive at your preferred post-work watering hole, saving you a few extra bucks that you can put towards your inevitable future stay in an alcohol treatment program.

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