Nicholas Lawrence launches Kickstarter campaign for the DARTS

(Isstories Editorial):- London, Jun 14, 2018 (Issuewire.com) – Nicholas Lawrence is a popular watchmaker that comprises a team of designers that include Laura Porcari and Anastasia D.V, reputed for its unique combination of affordability and quality, providing fashion lovers with premium quality and durable wristwatches at remarkably affordable prices. The company has taken to Kickstarter to launch its latest watch collection tagged DARTS, while also using the platform to raise funds for the project.

Wristwatches have grown from just being items that tell the time and sometimes date at a particular moment, to become fashion items that complement the style as well as accentuates the personality of the wearer. One watchmaker that has grown in popularity and acceptance in recent times is Nicholas Lawrence, described as one of the fastest growing companies in Italy.

Nicholas Lawrence watches are known for their style and the DARTS is not an exception. The exclusive watch designed to impress is designed in the USA and made in Italy, with premium materials that ensure its durability.

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The LuXuRY LIMITED EDITION automatic TIMEPIECE has a PVD black brushed finishing, with other exciting features such as sapphire glass, automatic Miyota Japanese movement indicating hours, seconds, minutes, and date.

The water-resistant hand-assembled timepiece is available in different types of straps including yellow nylon strap, crocodile leather strap, and black genuine leather. The collections versatility ensures that lovers of quality timepieces get a watch that suits their personality and style.

The campaign is aimed at raising a total of 10,000, which will be used to ensure the completion of the different stages of the project.

More information about the DARTS collection and other quality products from Nicholas Lawrence can be found on the website, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

 

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