The great new watch accessory you didn't know you didn't need.
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    The great new watch accessory you didn't know you didn't need.

    You know the feeling. The light is perfect and the setting sublime, ideal for a quick snap of your watch. You look down and your watch is covered in smudgy finger marks and no cleaning cloth handy! What to do? Well now your prayers have been answered my friend. Introducing the new Clotch T.



    A super handy watch cleaning cloth stitched right onto the T shirt. Cloth + Watch = Clotch T




    I came up with the idea while drinking a beer. Who says men can’t multiskill, and to prove it here are men catching a ball and holding a baby. Awesome.









    Frankly lazy guys need to think up new ways to clean.







    But I digress, here is some industry reaction. Ariel Adams of ABTW is enthused and is just finishing the final draft of a snappy 6000-word treatise on the Cloth T.

    Hoodinkee liked the idea but have planned their own product launch. They have announced a LE joint venture with Bulgari offering an Italian designed and made shirt using the finest Egyptian cotton that sits in a numbered artisan made sandalwood presentation box.

    Jean Claude Biver said “This is one of the greatest innovations in horology”. He was talking about the Zenith defy Lab-he doesn’t know about the clotch T.

    If only with I thought of this when the watchuseek T shirt contest was running. Hope it’s not too late. Never mind, a creative mind is always restless and I’m already working on a portable ultrasonic watch cleaner combined with a baseball cap.




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    Re: The great new watch accessory you didn't know you didn't need.

    Are you sure it's "drinking a beer" and not "drinking some beer"? Anyway, I'll take a couple...
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    Re: The great new watch accessory you didn't know you didn't need.

    Ill wait for news on that portable us cleaner, could it be on a 50s hat for those of us with retro style?

    And congrats for moving up one slot in the inventors race
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    Re: The great new watch accessory you didn't know you didn't need.

    Quote Originally Posted by Davidka View Post
    Are you sure it's "drinking a beer" and not "drinking some beer"? Anyway, I'll take a couple...
    Well, it coulda been a 3 liter bottle of Double Bastard he was halfway through...

    While watching a Neck Basket ad....
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