Because not all your watches can have super-sweet calculators on them, there's 4m: a line of one-of-a-kind leather-banded timepieces handmade in Woodstock from retro watch faces (shipped from all over the world) by a Venezuela native named Maryelin, who also does belts crafted from similarly sourced antique buckles that're hammered by hand, because if they were Hammered by the IRS they'd be broke. Sweet examples:
So Men: With a wide black leather strap, this water-resistant rectangular time-teller has a brushed steel exterior, large round bolts on its corners, and a black/silver "starburst" face, though it's intended for helping you know the difference between Now & Later.
Short Baguettes: Dark brown leather gives this rounded, old-school-TV-ish face a shiny vintage look, and she's happy to customize the band size, although she draws the line when Earth Wind & Fire requests like 20 extra dancers.
Darkness: Keep those britches up with this black-dyed 4mm-thick belt ranging from XS to XL and boasting a scratchy, zinc-finished, "rust gun"-colored buckle plate. Maryelin reminds customers that it's easy to remove it and attach it to another belt, hopefully an old beat-up one, because as Hammer would tell you, you've got to fray just to make it today.