Good evening. This is Ikeda.
Although we live in a digital age, there are still many things that are better analog.
If it's about books, I definitely read it on paper, and I also like to take notes in a notebook.
I don't do online drinking parties.
If it's a book, I want to feel the five senses, such as touch and smell, rather than just inputting information, such as turning the paper over or the unique smell of used books.
Am I the only one who can't get any of the content even when I read it on the screen?
As expected, I hardly use cash, but I have a desire for analog items to remain.
Well, records and film cameras are becoming popular again, so I guess many people feel the same way.
That being said, the items we are introducing today are not analog items, but Britt Bolton items that incorporate analog items.
First up is the Holy Coin Necklace.
As you may be able to tell from the cross motif "T" in the brand logo, Britt Bolton has many items with saint motifs and cross motifs.
The Holy Coin Necklace also has a saint motif, as the word "Holy" is in it.
All "Holy" items have the same thing in common, but they do not clearly express "Holy", but are expressed only by a vague silhouette.
The coin is also small in size, so it doesn't make too much of a statement and is easy to attach.
Also, the front and back have different "Holy" characters, so you can decide which "Holy" to go out with depending on your mood that day.
The size is 24 inches (about 60 cm) and a little longer.
My subjective opinion is that if it were a coin design, this length would be good.
Next is the “Holy Coin” connection, which is the Holy Coin Lighter Chain.
Regarding this, I selected it purely because it is my hobby or because I want to use it.
It is different from a necklace and makes a statement.
I was drawn to that.
The chain can be attached to the belt loop, so it's a lighter version of the wallet chain.
I sometimes see the type that just holds a lighter or the key chain type, but I feel like there are few places that offer the chain type.
There may be a lot of them just because I haven't looked at them.
The chain part is approximately 60cm long and can be seen from the hem, so it seems to be a good accent.
The last one is Paperclip Chain.
As the name suggests, the motif is a paper clip.
I don't know what American paperclips look like, but they're different from regular Japanese paperclips, so they're probably single-stranded. It has a simpler design.
Each paper clip has a thin line that gives it a delicate impression.
It doesn't have a strong paperclip feel, so don't let the item name draw you away from the image.
18inch (approx. 46cm), just the right size, not too long or too short.
Since I wasn't able to see the actual product, I ordered based on the image size, and I think I was lucky enough to choose the best size.
When it comes to accessories, I place more emphasis on design than on clothes, so I hope to continue to introduce lighter items in the future.
Of course, if the background is important to you, we will explain the background thoroughly.
I would like everyone to see Britt Bolton with an analog motif, including those who are digital natives who do not use cash or paper, those who cannot keep up with the fast-paced digital society, and those who use them differently depending on the scene.