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Flex Watches

By Eatsleepgolf @eatsleepgolf
Flex Watches
Flex WatchesI was recently introduced to Flex Watches, a really cool company who do much more than just make stylish watches... 10 Colors... 10 Charities... 10 Percent.
Although this isn't really a golf product, I was really pumped to review these watches.  My excitement was not based solely on the fact that Flex Watches have a unique style, but also because each color helps to raise awareness and funds for a separate charity, very cool!  The watches themselves are sleek, simple and stylish, but the coolest feature is that all the bands and face-plates are all interchangeable.
The face-plates easily pop out and clip into the straps giving you countless color combination varieties to put together.  At first I wasn't sure how much interchanging I would do, but now I find myself mixing and matching the watches to match my daily attire.
With 10% of the proceeds going towards charity, it makes these watches even more desirable... Let's take a look at the colors and the charities they represent...
Black represents LHON Poince Inc. - LHON Research
Imagine being around 20 years old and suddenly waking up one morning and realizing you've lost your central vision in one eye. Then in a month or two losing central vision in the other eye. You're now legally blind, and you're told there's no treatment and no cure for the rare genetic disorder that has taken your sight. Making things worse - all of your brothers and sisters carry the same genetic... read more.
Blue represents Nika Water
We will be donating directly to Free The Children who bring clean water with sanitation and health care to kids in Kenya. Nika water brings a voice to the worlds poor who suffer without clean water... read more.
Gray represents Imerman Angels
Imerman Angels carefully matches and individually pairs a person touched by cancer (a cancer fighter or survivor) with someone who has fought and survived the same type of cancer (a Mentor Angel).  These 1-on-1 relationships inspire hope and offer the chance t... read more.
Green represents the Be Perfect Foundation
The Be Perfect Foundation is a non-profit organization founded by the Hargrave family to assist Spinal Cord Injury victims that do not have the financial means to cover the cost of recovery... read more.
Light Blue represents The Living Memoir
The living memoir (TLM) was created by Nathan Stodghill as an outlet for people to express themselves. This forum is predominantly about suicide awareness, however it is intended for people to remember the past (rewind), live in the present (play), think about the future (fast forward) and unwind emotions (eject). Our mission is simple: Learn, Laugh, Love and Live Forever... Read more.
Pink represents The Keep-A-Breast Foundation They are a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization with a mission to help eradicate breast cancer by exposing young people to methods of prevention, early detection and support... Read more.
Orange represents the St. Bernard Project
The mission of the St. Bernard Project is to create housing opportunities so that Hurricane Katrina survivors can return to their homes and communities... Read more.
Purple represents First Descents
It is our hope that we can improve the lives of young adults with cancer by offering whitewater kayaking and other outdoor adventure sports. These experiences significantly increase self confidence. Self-confidence empowers people affected by cancer to regain control of their lives. First Descents is not just giving young adults with cancer their self confidence back, we’re also connecting a largely disconnec... Read more.
Red represents Mariners Outreach
Rojo Gomez is a small community in Mexico where Mariners Outreach as partnered with Lo Mejor Del Trigo church to help serve the physical and spiritual needs of the poor in Mexico. The statistics prove the need: 40% of the population in Mexico lives below the poverty line... Read more.
White  represents Life Rolls On
Life Rolls On Foundation is dedicated to assisting and inspiring young people affected by spinal cord injury and uses action sports as a platform to demonstrate infinite possibilities despite paralysis... Read more.
Yellow represents APDA
The country’s largest grass roots organization serving the Parkinson’s community. It is a 501 © (3) not-for-profit organization and receives no governmental or public funding... Read more.
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