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Persona-Inspired Watches Are Coming To Steal Your Heart

With designs from Persona 3 through Persona 5, there's something for every Persona fan.


A trio a watches celebrating the Persona series are coming in limited numbers soon, showcasing designs from Persona 3, Persona 4, and Persona 5.

The timepieces stand out with the colors of the games they're inspired from, with motifs from each adorning the watch face. The straps feature more pointed references to the protagonists of each entry, with Joker's mask from Persona 5, Evoker from Persona 3, and the glasses from Persona 4 both featuring on their respective clasps. The straps are made of polyurethane to prevent any stickiness with sweat, while all three watches are water resistent up to 10-bar.

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The watches, created by Q&Q SmileSolar, will be sold by Arma Bianca, with only 500 of each model being produced for sale. Preorders for the watches will start on February 1 and end on March 24 (or when stock runs out). Shipments are expected to go out by the end of July 2021.

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Arma Bianca has each version listed for 8,778 yen (around $85), which puts them in the realm of an impulse purchase. The watches will also be sold on AmiAmi, which will be an easier method of obtaining them outside of Japan.

Persona is celebrating its 25th Anniversary in 2021, with developer Atlus promising some announcements to accompany the event. Persona 5 Strikers, the Musou-inspired spin-off of Persona 5, is launching on PS4, PC, and Nintendo Switch on February 23.

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