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This Designer POKÉMON Watch Costs More Money Than You’ve Ever Seen

This Designer POKÉMON Watch Costs More Money Than You’ve Ever Seen

Just now, I did a search for “Pokémon watch” on Amazon, and you probably wouldn’t be surprised to find out that I came across a few options in different designs and colors for between $10 and $40. If you’re looking for a timekeeping device to represent your favorite battling monster franchise on your wrist, one of those products ought to scratch that itch. If you have a few more dollars to throw around for a premium product, though, Swiss luxury watchmaker RJ-Romain Jerome has just the thing for you (via Kotaku).

It has a bunch of features that admittedly don’t mean much to us watch ignoramuses but that sound like quality things to include, like a lighting bolt-shaped Tourbillon bridge, an oscillating weight that’s shaped like a back view of Pikachu, and an alligator strap. If that sounds like it’s for you, then check that you have $258,000 in your checking account before you buy, because that’s how much money you’ll be parting with during this transaction.

Over a quarter of a million dollars for a timepiece that frankly looks way too colorful and busy is steep, we get that. Thankfully, RJ-Romain Jerome offers a more simple watch that features Pikachu on a dark gray background and with a yellow strap, and that one only costs $20,000, which is also known as the Kelley Blue Book price for a brand new 2017 Hyundai Sonata.

Is this watch for you, or would you rather pay off your student loans? Let us know what you think in the comments below!

Featured image: RJ-Romain Jerome

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