PAC-MAN – the game that gave the younger of us sleepless nights, secret gatherings that involved big amounts of juice, high scores and grudges, but also great moments that will never be forgotten. A lot of friendships were formed because of PAC-MAN and there are still people who are nostalgic about this game. For example, Romain Jerome, the guy who created a PAC MAN series of high end watches. This limited edition watch is exactly what the geek child in us would like to wear and those who can afford the price can have one for about $17000. Let’s hope that the geek child grew up to afford this otherwise he’ll only be left with a floppy disk of PAC MAN to remind him of the good high score days.


A very weird selection of a theme for a high end watch since PAC MAN has been used for a lot of inexpensive kids watches. However, he managed to pull this off and make a high end watch out of it. The watch has a case made of steel that is about 46 mm wide black coated and polished and sandblasted. Actually if you check their website you will see that this watch is a limited edition watch in the Moon Invader watch collection and apparently features some materials from the Apollo 11 moon lander. These can be found on the back of the watch where the material is fused with moon rocks. The collection, as mentioned earlier, will be very limited as apparently only 20 pieces of each of the four models will be available. So this is less than 100 watches, people who loved this game should definitely hurry if they still want to own a PAC MAN watch. This is not the first watch that celebrates retro games from Romain Jerome. He also released the Space Invaders watch which was a great success and apparently is planning a new collection that will feature…joysticks.

If you are a collector of weird watches you should definitely get this watch as it has a pretty cool design and will surely be one of the best in your collection. If you are not a collector but loved PAC MAN this is definitely a conversation starter among the geeks in your office.

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August 2nd, 2016 by