GUCCI Watches Releases U-PLAY Collection for Valentine’s Day

The U-PLAY collection is know for it’s interchangeable parts and unique design. The owner can mix and match most parts to make the watch their own. The bezel and straps can be interchanged depending on the occasion or attire being worn. This is one of the many great attributes this GUCCI Watch collection offers.
GUCCI Watches has gone back in time with this collection. The interchangeable bezel was once all the rave in watches, and the elegant GUCCI has brought it back into style. The U-PLAY collection is one of the most intriguing and fun lines that GUCCI Watches offer.
The watch was designed by GUCCI creative director Frida Gianni. The watch comes with a red Guccissima leather strap, with the iconic double “G” pattern appearing throughout. The double “G” also appears on the inside of the strap, giving the entire band an authentic GUCCI look. The bezel is set with the GUCCI signature markings and encased by a bold red outline. The double “G” dial is stainless steel and shines brightly with the the marking of “GUCCI” at 12 O’clock. The “Swiss Made” marking is at 6 O’clock to let the owner know the fine quality of craftsmanship that went into the watch. The hands are slim and tapered, elegant enough for any wrist. The watch is run by reliable Swiss quartz movement and is waterproof for up to 30 meters.
Of course the strap and bezel can be changed at any time, but the red is suitable for a Valentine’s Day gift. The bright red throughout the watch complements the stainless steel dial and will bring a smile to anyone’s face. The gift is perfect for anyone looking to show their love and passion for those most important in their lives.
The watch offers the best in quality and style for a great price. GUCCI Watches has been producing amazing timepieces for some time and this U-PLAY watch collection is no exception. With the versatility and well made craftsmanship you expect from GUCCI, this U-PLAY collection Valentine’s Day watch will become an important piece in anyone’s ensembles.

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