It’s About Time

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Vinylmation Park, Urban and Steampunk… or Steampark, as Disney terms it… watches were released at D-Street today. Steampunk and Urban come with a $150 price tag. Park retails for $125. All 3 are a Limited Edition of 750 each. Here are some first pictures and partial reviews: (listen to Destination Vinylmation podcast episode 4 coming out this weekend for more in depth reviews of the watches and Holiday 2)

Vinylmation Park Watch and 3″ Figure

As you can see, it’s a Steamboat Willie inspired design by Eric Caszatt.

The watch face is wrapped around the 3″ Vinylmation with Mickey on the side and they use the Vinylmation arm as an extension of the drawn on Mickey.

Back of the 3″ Park Watch figure.
The watch seems of good construction with a comfortable leather wristband. Also of note is the Mickey on the watch is raised off the background, not drawn on.
Vinylmation Urban Watch and 3″ Figure

The Urban Watch has a “face” like artistic design on the watch face. The 3″ figure just replicates the watch being strapped around it. The watch band is a sturdy rubber design.
Here is the back of the 3″ Eric Caszatt designed figure, as expected, it replicates the back of the watch face.
Vinylmation Steampunk Watch and 3″ Figure

This is an exciting piece! Look at the detail as they put a Vinylmation Mickey on the pocket watch lid.

Take a look at the inside of the watch. You can see all the working gears in this mechanical time piece.

Designer Mike Sullivan did a wonderful job on this Steampunk figure. The back of the 3″ figure has a Hidden Mickey in the ear and a splash of color on one of the gears.
Here is the back of the pocket watch

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Nick LoCicero

Nick LoCicero has almost 20 years experience in the media industry. He has worked on numerous Disney related media projects, most know at WDWNT for WDW News Tonight. He has been visiting Walt Disney World since 1982. After moving to Orlando in the late 90's he became a passholder, developed a fascination with the history of the vacation kingdom and has spent way too much money on park merchandise.