These Solar Powered Q&Q Watches are sick


Check out these sick watches from Q&Q . These things are solar powered and battery free, plus a portion of the proceeds are donated to table for two, a non-profit that serves school meals to children in Africa and Asia. We definitely recommend them, the watches are strong too, they’re not just a flimsy material, they’re built from quality, plus you never have to worry about replacing the batteries.


Born from the idea of a “quest for quality with affordable value” in 1976, the Japanese brand is coming to America with their series of solar-powered, battery- and maintenance-free watches that have been championed in over 120 countries worldwide. From its accessible price point ($39.99) to its easy-to-use functionality, the name and product sincerely strive to bring time to everyone.


Keep in mind,  every purchase of a Quest & Quality solar watch, a portion of the proceeds will be donated to Table for Two, a non-profit that serves deliver school meals to children in Africa and Asia so you can be surbuy these without a guilty conscience.


If you’re interested you can pick up one of these watches here for only $39.99

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