Local streetwear fans go ga-ga over Don’t Blame the Kids’s Seiko collaboration

Streetwear fans are bracing themselves for a commemorative watch between Seiko and local brand Don’t Blame the Kids (DBTK) for the latter’s 10-year anniversary.

DBTK announced the hot merch — with only 41 pieces available — on social media earlier this week, racking up over 8,400 shares as of writing.

The limited-edition watch is a custom take on the stainless steel Seiko SRPE51 model with a three-fold clasp and a push-button release, with Seiko and the DBTK logo engraved.

The watch is automatic with manual winding features a power reserve of 41 hours. On the dial is the outline of its famous Sneaky Kid logo, the DBTK logo, and the brand’s mantra, “Dream Big Start Small.”

Each purchase comes with a numbered sleeve, an authentication card, a one-year warranty at official SEIKO stores, and a manual booklet.

The watch retails for PHP19,995 (US$342.64) and is limited to one person per purchase. It will be available exclusive at the DBTK Fest store in the Elements in Eton Centris, Quezon City.

DBTK was founded in 2012 by brothers Emil and Vince Javier and has earning a loyal fanbase for its punchy graphics and messaging. The streetwear brand has worked with visual artists and even commercial brands over the years, including Sesame Street and digital telecommunications brand GOMO.

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