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In addition to our $30 donation from every watch sold we've decided to donate an addition $30 to our friends over at Barstool Sports to support their latest venture "The Barstool Fund". The Barstool Fund provides relief for small businesses across the country struggling from the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic. The fund has helped over 190 small businesses and raised over $32,000,000 to date.

Watches = Water

Every watch we sell gets someone clean drinking water in an under-developed country through donations to our friends at charity: water.

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Our Mission 

With hundreds of watch brands out there, we set out to create one with a purpose. More than 783 million people globally lack access to clean drinking water and each year an estimated 829,000 people parish from contaminated drinking water containing cholera, dysentery, typhoid, and more.* Of those 829,000 lives lost annually, 297,000 are children under the age of five. This is more deaths than all forms of violence combined, including war. In underdeveloped countries, villagers, mostly women, walk for hours to get 40 pound jugs filled with contaminated water, risking their lives and inhibiting their ability to get an education.*

So what are we doing to help? For every watch we sell, we donate $30 to our friends at Charity Water. This provides one person in an underdeveloped country with clean drinking water. As for our other items, we donate 30% of the proceeds to clean water as well, so every purchase helps!

Overall, we're looking to help make an impact on humanity using products we enjoy and we hope you will as well! Whether you purchase a watch for yourself, a friend, a family member, or a significant other, just know that a potential life was saved because your decision us and we couldn't be more thankful that you share our vision!

Follow our progress at and if you'd like to make a donation out of the kindness of your heart then you can do that over at

*Sources: WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Program for Water Supply and Sanitation. "Progress on Sanitation and Drinking Water 2010." Available at - World Health Organization - Charity Water -