Review - Wear Your Heart on Your Wrist with a 1:Face Watch

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1:Face MovementThe 1:Face Watch is a project founded on the principle that the power of consumers can be used to benefit the world.  Its goal is to combat many of the issues that currently afflict mankind; be it Cancer, Breast Cancer, AIDS, the Environment, Water or World Hunger.

This product is a way to help bring change to a world that so desperately needs it.

Purchase a 1:Face Watch and support your favorite cause with pride.  The 1:Face Project officially launches on Monday (10/1/12) and the watches retail for $40 each.

1:Face Watch

Support Your Favorite Cause with Pride While Wearing a 1:Face Watch

The 1:Face Watch is a fashion accessory that has much more than fashion value; it will make the individual think about the world in a philanthropic manner.  Social responsibility is becoming a banner under which consumers unite.  The modern consumer not only wants to purchase a product that benefits them, they want a product that can benefit others as well.

1:Face Watch

The all-new 1:Face Watch fuses humanity and fashion together in an effort to give consumers power through their purchases.  The watch features a square, mirrored screen set in a silicone band representing the color of your particular charity and illuminated by an
LED display. The goal of the 1:Face Watch is to use its good looks and functionality as a springboard to raise awareness and funding for
worldwide issues, as well as to encourage consumers to make a difference in the world around them.

 

 

The watch's "mirror design" does this by focusing the attention on its owner and thus reminding them of the impact that they can have on the world. The idea being that every time you check the time you’re reminded both of the causes you've helped, as well as other efforts that could benefit from your assistance.

Consumers have the option of six different 1:Face Watch colors including white, black, pink, blue, red and yellow with a clear band. Each of the colors represents a different cause and an accompanying charity. White represents poverty, black for cancer, pink for breast cancer awareness, blue for the environment, red for AIDS awareness, and clear for water. A percentage of revenue from the sale of each watch will go directly to the corresponding non-profit organizations- the names of which will be made available on 1FaceWatch.com.

1:Face Watch

If you're like me and are already actively shopping for friends' and family's Christmas presents, then by all means, be sure to buy a 1:Face Watch for everyone on your gift list this year.  Spreading compassion and joy to those you love as well as others in need is what the true Christmas spirit is all about!

4 Star Product Review  
Disclosure: I received the 1:Face Watch in order to facilitate my review. No other compensation was received. This product review is based on my own personal experiences with this item and is completely honest and objective.
I'm a former 7th grade Science teacher turned stay-at-home mom that lives in Houston, Texas. I am married to my college sweetheart and have a beautiful daughter named Riley, who definitely keeps me on my toes! I am also involved in starting a small business which would both manufacture and sell an invention that I've patented, called Toothpaste 2 Go. I love interacting with my readers and hope to learn as much about you as you learn about me!

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4 Responses to Wear Your Heart on Your Wrist with a 1:Face Watch

    Karen Medlin Says:

    1

    I love companies with products like this watch whose profits help organizations. We should have more companies do this!

    Michael Says:

    3

    Thank you for getting the word out on great companies like this and I already bought my Pink watch today!

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