Click Keypad Watches for True Geeks

Retrogadget watch pioneer ‘Click Watches’ and Watchismo are proud to introduce the KEYPAD, the second in a series of electronic glory day concept watches. A chunky number pad and no distinguishable display adds up to a cool new way to showcase the time! Calculator, number pad or Digital locker? It’s a Keypad watch you’ve never seen before.

Even though you think you know how it should work, think again, geek. Perfect for killing time especially for those professionally trained.




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