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The 5th Watches

The 5TH Watches Unboxing & Review !!

Hello All,
I’m a watch lover. Yeah, I own many watches and I like to wear them all. The reason might be I buy or support brands I know, trust and love.  I always choose designs that I actually wear. I prefer watches with a clean finish, minimal build, medium to large face size, thin depth, affordable price and leather strap.

The 5th Watches fits my criteria perfectly which is why I am really excited to introduce you to the Brand today. They sent over a watch from their Tokyo range, and it’s named ” Haru”.

The 5th is an online fashion and lifestyle brand which aims to provide its customers with ‘carefully-considered, stylishly executed pieces, designed to make you look and feel great’.

Haru is priced at $95.00 USD.

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The Haru comes with a white face, silver indexing and silver casing, and a pink grain-textured Italian leather strap.

The casing reflects Ensō: a hand-drawn circle created in one or two brushstrokes that expresses a moment when the mind is free to let the body create. The sandblasted finish provides a matte quality, similar to ink on washi (a thin Japanese paper).  Timeless. Timely. Tokyo.


  • Sandblasted Silver Casing
  • 316L Stainless Steel Bezel
  • Hardened Mineral Crystal Lens
  • Japanese Quartz Movement
  • Water Resistant 5ATM
  • Face Diameter 40.0mm
  • Case Thickness 8.0mm
  • Strap Length 115mm / 73mm
  • Strap Width 18mm

Their TOKYO RANGE of watches is all inspired by the city, seasons and people of Japan. FUYU represents Tokyo in winter, AKI is Autumn, HARU takes us to spring, NATSU brings the baby blues and showing of Summer skies and TSUYU shows the rainy side of Tokyo’s seasons.

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What I love about the Tokyo range watches are its Seasonal colors, Contemporary classic design, and Perennial style.

The 5th watches are only available for five days of each month. They sell their watches on the 5th of every month and are only available for sale for five days.  The watches get sold out in two days. You can sign up for free as a VIP member. You’ll early access to the entire collection (9 hours before the general public) and exclusive access to the new collection. If you want to have any chance of trying their new wrist-candy – you’ll need to get it really quick.

Haru features a minimal watch face leaving only the essential details. It comes cased in uber-sleek matte stainless steel which contrasts with textured leather bands. It is available in a stunning pink color representing the cherry blossoms.

Haru is hands-down my new favorite watch for daily wear. It suits both formal and casual occasions. It is a unisex watch too. The Tokyo themed range watches are slimmer, and non-bulky, and do not have a seconds hand.

I love the packaging. Anything with neutral, pastel tones wins me over. The straps fitting mechanism is simple and user-friendly. One can switch up different colors. The leather straps have two loops.

Thanks to the 5th Team. I must tell you that their entire team consists of nice, inspiring, friendly and helpful people.

The 5th Haru is damn stylish and a much-needed companion to my wrist! To visit the 5th watches website for purchases click here.

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Please Note: I was lucky enough to be given the opportunity to review a watch from the 5th Tokyo range.