Adelaide’s selection of local brands, music and products has been growing for quite some time. However, recently TwentyTwo Timepieces has filled the timekeeping void in Adelaide’s own contemporary wristwatch company. Finally, Adeladian’s can rep quality, good looking watches that hail from humble beginnings in our fair city. Rather than wearing the countless generic and over marketed international watches out there, TwentyTwo Timepieces offers a uniquely local alternative.
From late last year, TwentyTwo Timepieces has been crafting and selling hot little numbers for your wrist that have had us in awe. As the name suggests, TwentyTwo Timepieces was started by two twenty year olds as a dual business venture, resulting in the successful business we can see today. Great for casual events, smarter more formal events or even just telling the time faster than those idiots with a brick in their pants, TwentyTwo Timepieces has you covered!
Buying local certainly doesn’t mean you have to compromise on quality, in fact as we looked at these pieces we realised the opposite is true. Coming in a variety of colours, TwentyTwo Timepieces are built with genuine leather, strong metallic casings and corrosion resistant coatings. Plus the sleek looks of these watches mean that you will look like a smooth operator who has his shit together.
On top of all this, these Adelaide boys are driven by affordability with their motto on the matter being that “a timepiece shouldn’t need to cost the arm you want to wear it on”. To add to all this, here in Adelaide we can actually get these bad boys in store at SA Designer Co. in the Adelaide Central Plaza. All in all, our appreciation of quality and supporting local businesses means that we can't recommend these Timepieces enough. Call them a new Adelaide accessorial necessity.
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