Steampunk Wrist Monocular
The fog is thick today, as we enter New York City’s airspace. It’s too thick to dock at our scheduled landing platform. The crew thinks fast. Private Gawthrop scrambles to a free window, removes the brass monocular from the leather pouch on his arm, and scans the horizon. He sees it and yells out the course correction. Thanks to his quick thinking and his Steampunk Wrist Monocular, we moor at the 102nd floor of the Empire State Building. We made it.
And, ironically, our cargo was a big shipment of the Steampunk Wrist Monocular, which we offer now to you. As soon as you flip the lever and watch the monocular open up like an eye, you’ll be in love. The leather arm pouch is weathered to look like it’s been in use for generations – same with the antique brass look of the monocular itself