This is for Gamers: The Pac-Man Watch by Romain Jerome
The Pac-Man Watch by Romain Jerome is here and it looks awesome!
Gaming is a pastime that you get or you don’t. Those who love gaming love it with a passion while the rest of us have no idea why they remain so enthralled by their chosen games.
One longtime favorite of gamers is famous Pac-Man, a game that has been around so long that early fans have had time to grow up and be able to afford more expensive toys.
Pac-man is a never-ending cult classic video game. It has lasted throughout the decades, withstanding time and keeping its value until this very day, being that you can still find Pac-man arcade boxes.
If you want to wear the luxurious piece you are going to need a lot of money to spend on the timepiece. It seems like something a true fan and collector would buy. Are you one of those?
For approximately $15,000 you can get an officially licensed “Pacman Level II 40 Colors” watch from Romain Jerome.
Romain Jerome is a Swiss company which is in the business of making fine luxury watches, but this time they are focusing on the Pac-Man watch.
The 40mm “Pac-Man Level II 40 Colors” watch features a black PVD-coated steel case with black rubber stellar-patterned strap.
The stellar-pattered back sports a medallion in Moon SilverRJ representing the Moon while the black 3D dial has pixilated Pac-Man characters and strawberries lacquered in various colors.
Only 20 of the video game-inspired time pieces will be available worldwide.
And to make it even more challenging for potential buyers, the watch can’t be ordered online. Rather, you must buy it in person from a list of pre-approved retailers.
In case you are very passionate about timepieces in general, here is what Romanin Jerome site says about the limited-edition Pac-man watches:
“46mm. Black PVD-coated titanium case. Grainy-textured stellar-patterned back with Pac-Man medallion. Black 3D dial. Pixelated PAC-MAN characters and strawberries lacquered with different colours. Black rubber with grainy-textured interior of stellar-patterned strap.”
Aside the collection of Pac-Man, Romain Jerome also has a collection of watches inspired by Batman, Space Invaders, and Back to the Future. And yes, you’d likely have to be as rich as Tony Stark if you want to buy them all.
Will people actually spend nearly $16,000 to own a Pac-man timepiece? Will you be one of those people? Why?
Then why not? Tell us in the comments below!