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Flex Watches for World Water Day

Blue Flex Watch

Blue Flex Watch image courtesy of Zappos.com

By Melody Cohen Facebook Google Plus

Today marks World Water Day! This UN sponsored event is designed to raise awareness about overpopulation along with its ramifications with respect to the world’s water and food supplies. Right about now you’re probably thinking, “Great! I want to contribute to this worthy cause, but I’m pretty busy, so….?”

Before you lose interest in important global issues, let me show you the easiest and most fashionable way to do your part: Buy a Blue Flex Watch! In case you’ve never heard about Flex, they’re an awesome new watch manufacturer dedicated to revolutionizing an antiquated industry.  Flex makes fresh casual watches in 10 colors, and each timepiece represents a different charity. When you purchase a particular item, Flex donates 10% of their net profits to the associated organization. For instance, a portion of the proceeds from the brilliant blue watch sales go to the Nika Water network, a non-profit that brings clean water to impoverished nations. The blue Flex also benefits Free the Children, a company focusing on health and sanitation in Kenya. Since the watches cost $40 apiece, your contribution will amount to 4 US dollars, the equivalent of 83 Kenyan Shillings.

The Flex lineup includes plenty of other stylish options supporting a variety of causes. Pink Flex watches support the Keep-A-Breast Foundation while the Orange model assists ongoing relief efforts for victims of Hurricane Katrina. But don’t worry; you’re not tied down to any specific foundation because Big Flex models feature interchangeable bands. Mix and match these $15 accessories to give your wardrobe extra pop. The indecisive always have the option of choosing one of two fun packs. The Ultimate package includes all 10 timepieces whereas the Rasta version consists of green, red, yellow, and black. As an added incentive, Fun Packs come with free shipping.

Not into large watch cases? The Flex mini delivers the same message of awareness in a compact package. The smaller versions don’t allow for band substitutions, so keep that in mind when making your selections. No worries on the water front, though. All Flex watches are resistant enough to handle outdoor adventures without total submersion. Here’s to inspirational eco-conscious jewelry, helping us dress responsibly!