When people need a watch with a brand and a very high standard to fit their different lifestyles, they need Toy Watch. A lot of people know how to value their time. For most of them, time is as valuable as their watch. Finding the perfect timepiece is not that easy but with the ingenuity of its varying designs and the freedom to choose your style, these toy watches equate in excellence.

Toy watches are loved by both men and women, even kids. With the assortment of unisex watches available, customers will not have a problem with gender-biased wristwatch. Their sophisticated collections offer diverse looks on every detail. The overwhelming selections grip your desire to own a piece whether it is from Velvety Collection, Metallic, Monochrome, Total Stones, Mesh, and a lot more. The Mesh Collection for an instance offers a gorgeous mesh matt or a mesh shining from its options.

Imagine the power to really accessorize based on your personality. Toy Watch gives you the chance to freely choose either chronograph or time only pieces. Pick from different colors with variety of colored index that highlights the character of your watch.

Famous celebrities have been seen wearing toy watches. Michelle Obama, Miley Cyrus, and Madonna are one of them. Toy Watch not only provides people with classic designs but also sleek and trendy look. The flamboyant band colors, rotating bezel, and mineral glass stones are ostentatious enough to get crazy over these.

There are more than five grandiose collections available which could be purchased from £100 to £199 or £200 to £299. Decide whether you prefer your watch to be with or without stones and if you prefer fold-over push-button clasp or deployment clasp.

London got three locations that showcase these elegant watches. The first one is at Regent Street Boutique. The other two are at The Village Westfield Shopping Centre, Ariel Way and at The Arcade Westfield Shopping Centre, Stratford.

Luxury does not have to be gold to be bold. The sensation of these toy watches with its crystal markers and other well-defined specifications certainly made it under the category of a watch aficionado’s must-haves. Big thanks to Marco Mavilla for designing the first Toy Watch.