Vannen Artist Watches has teamed up with pop-punk favorites All Time Low & BandMerch to release a line of limited edition, autographed wrist watches. Yes, you heard that right. Autographed, limited edition wrist artist watches from All Time Low! The name of this new artist watch is "Time Bomb" and it features full color, skull-bearing bombs, explosions and the All Time Low logo screen printed on the inside surface of the crystal giving the face some serious pop! We also had the All Time Low logo engraved on the back casing, and their iconic skull and crossbones logo etched into the crown. Sweet, right? Each ‘Time Bomb’ packaging sleeve also comes hand-numbered and signed by all four members of the band! No joke. We have pictures to prove it. The packaging design for "Time Bomb" features even more exciting full-color artwork with spot gloss detail and of course the autographed packaging!!!
This incredible collector’s item is limited to only 300 pieces and will be on sale for just $80 each. ‘Time Bomb’ will be available at 10am (Pacific Time) Monday, November 4th for pre-orders only at AllTimeLowStore.com and will begin shipping the first week of December. Don’t miss out on this unique collectible from All Time Low, BandMerch, and Vannen Artist Watches!
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About All Time Low: Formed in 2003 in the suburbs of Baltimore, Maryland, All Time Low started out as a high school cover band before morphing into a melodic emo-pop act. Singer/guitarist Alex Gaskarth and guitarist Jack Barakat were All Time Low's co-founders, with bassist Zack Merrick and drummer Rian Dawson rounding out their energetic pop-punk sound and rowdy live shows. The members of All Time Low have always been very open about their formative musical influences: New Found Glory, Fall Out Boy, Green Day, Third Eye Blind and, of course, Blink-182. They’ve also been open about how their icons have inspired their previous albums — from the Saves The Day-esque pop-punk jams populating 2007’s So Wrong, It’s Right to the upbeat rockers on 2009’s Nothing Personal and the eclectic, ecstatic pop of 2011’s Dirty Work. Their fifth album, Don’t Panic, marks the band’s departure from major labels and return to their roots at Hopeless Records.