Bucardo takes Apple Watch from band to necklace

by Ami Icanberry February 02, 2018

Note: If ordering for Valentine’s Day, the cut off date is Friday, February 6!

The Apple Watch doesn’t need to live on one’s wrist alone. Bucardo has taken this idea to new levels with its elegant lockets and pocket watches for Apple Watch. We’re excited (and highly curious) to see what Watch Store customers think of Bucardo’s latest creative way to wear Apple Watch — via charm necklace. Ladies, take notice!

Sometimes fashion meets functionality — in wearing these well-made charm necklaces, the Apple Watch is still clearly visible, incorporating itself into the necklace itself. It’s a unique and aesthetically appealing way to showcase and use your wearable. And, with Valentine’s Day only a few weeks away, Bucardo’s Charm Necklaces make the perfect, original gift for your favorite tech-lover. Check them out.

A charming way to wear Apple Watch

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Custom molded of stainless steel and stamped with Bucardo’s signature hallmarks, the Charm Necklace easily slides into the band slots of Apple Watch.
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The Silver Horseshoe Charm Necklace, a symbol of luck and protection, is embellished with Swarovski crystals.

Inspired by the original way timepieces were worn, Bucardo takes its design cues from vintage jewelry coupled with the dynamism of contemporary culture. Its lineup of beautiful charm necklaces are a reflection of that design philosophy.

All of these high-quality charms are designed by Bucardo and stamped with its signature logo, while several charms include genuine Swarovski crystals.

Available in either gold or silver stainless steel, the four options are:

Won’t interfere with Apple Watch bluetooth

To wear, simply align the cutout for the watch dial on the pocket watch cover to the Apple Watch. Then, slide the wrist straps out and slide the locket in. A elegant yet sturdy 34’ or 38’ metal chain completes the transformation.

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The Silver Pendulum Charm Necklace, a symbol of time and movement, is embellished with Swarovski crystals.
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Bucardo accessories do not interfere with the bluetooth signal, the notifications still function when Apple Watch is worn off the wrist. The haptic feedback is not as noticeable when Apple Watch is worn around your neck or in your pocket. The activity tracking still works when Apple Watch is off the wrist. However, please note that the heart-rate monitor function will not work when the sensors are off your wrist. 

All of Bucardo’s charm necklaces fit both 38 mm and 42 mm Apple Watch, and are available for Series 1, 2 and 3.

 

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Bucardo provided Cult of Mac with a review unit for this article. See Cult of Mac’s reviews policy; and check out more stuff we recommend in our Best List reviews.



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