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Pocket watches are something you don’t see all that often anymore. Unless you happen to be an R&B singer you’re probably not wearing a vest and that’s what they were most commonly worn with. Being part of a period HBO or Showtime drama isn’t a requisite for a pocket watch that looks like these Memento Wooden Pocket Watches. The long chain with the button clip/snap got ditched in favor of a cellphone style lanyard and a convenient belt loop clip. Clip the sandalwood or maplewood model onto your pants and slide it into that tiny fifth pocket on your jeans you used to use for change before the advent of the credit card. Is it necessary? No, but neither is a normal watch that attaches to your wrist and this one probably looks better than that anyway. Besides, how many other people do you know that have pocket watches?

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