I like the look and design but the watch is in bad taste. It has been an interesting subject many times and to contain fragments of actual Titanic metal is grave robbing. Next they'll dig up famous corpses and use real bone fragments to integrate in some way.
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I really thought that the Titanic site was considered a burial ground: this is really rather borderline at best...
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