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How About An End Of Summer Deal?




Summer is definitely drawing to a close – school buses are back on the road, the local pool is closed down, and temperatures are starting to dip down a bit more. Along with swapping out the rubber straps for leather, you might be looking to pick up a new piece to herald in the last quarter of the year.


If that’s the case, and you were intrigued by our Individual Designs Ka La review (here), today is your lucky day. While you might argue that summer doesn’t seem to end for Hawaii (at least, that’s how it seems from the midwest), Mark Carson seems to agree with me in the name of his promotion – Endless Summer.


He’s created two 10-piece limited edition sets (one silver and blue, one black and red). These collected sets will net you the following:

  • A Ka La watch (reference 10111 or 10122)
  • Three straps, plus a springbar tool for changing the straps out
  • A rollerball pen made of Hawaiian Koa wood
  • A box made of Koa wood for storing the contents of the set


All of this comes in at a price of $1250, which seems like a tidy bargain for all that you’re getting (basically the watch at it’s previous price, plus the straps, pen, and box). I rather liked the design of the Ka La watch when we had it in for review, as it’s definitely a break from the norm. If you want to jump in on the deal before the 20 sets are gone, head on over to Individual Design and keep your summer going on into the winter.


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