Exclusive: Deals and Steals on Jewelry, Travel and Home Items, Just in Time for Holiday Shopping!


Modify Watches: Modify Interchangeable Watches

Original: $15 to $30

GMA Exclusive Discount: $8 to $15

Get 50 percent savings on watch faces and straps using promo code GMA

Free shipping!

Valid: 12/15/11 through 12/17/11


Modify Watches are interchangeable watches to mix and match to create the "Mod" look that allows you to make your own statement. Available in two sizes and over 150 designs. This deal is applicable on all pieces and sets except the limited edition, which is excluded from this deal. (GMA promo deal applies only to the items featured directly on the link above.) Free standard shipping.

Contact the company directly with questions about your order or inventory availability. If you have specific needs that can't be addressed by the company, feel free to email me directly through www.toryjohnson.com and I'll respond to your inquiry. (If there's a technical problem with the company site, you can be sure I'm aware of it and have notified the company! All deals are while supplies last.)

FREE SHIPPING DAY! Friday, December 16 is free shipping day with more than 2,000 online merchants. Visit http://www.freeshippingday.com/ to click through and save on shipping at a wide variety of stores. (This is not affiliated with the GMA Deals.)

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