When you own Apple products, sometimes it's hard to stand out. Everyone has an iPhone these days and the Apple Watch is starting to appear on many wrists — including famous athletes such as Tom Bady.
But if you're really looking to stand out there's only one way, and that's to totally customize your watch. For most buying a collection of third party bands might be enough, while other look for that 18k look and get it dipped in gold.
For others customizing means giving it completely new design. Look no further than Viljo Marrandi, who specializes in custom engravings for all types of items like watches, knives, lighters, and everything in between.
Viljo took his art to the Apple Watch and it looks simply stunning. He describes some of the work on Reddit, where he takes time to put his design on the watch, before chipping away the steel one layer at a time. It's a time consuming process that takes over 30 hours per watch.
Before you try this at home, remember Viljo is a veteran of his trade and has been engraving steels and other materials for over 8 years. That's why his work and attention to detail doesn't come cheap — his service will probably set you back about $1,000.
In the meantime if you're looking for a cheap and easy way to customize your Apple Watch, check out some skins which not only look great but also protect — starting at only $9 on Amazon