Unlike most products made in Detroit, Equipe Watches might actually sell on the international market. That’s because they’re innovative and stylish. Their auto-inspired designs use proven Miyota/Citizen quartz movement & unique metalwork for looks that are much more European than American Midwest. Oh, and the pricing…more import than domestic, for sure.
Two American classics have teamed up to make a fine-quality watch even better. Hamilton Watches and actor/philanthropist Harrison Ford are bringing exposure to the Team Earth Project – an environmental program bringing industries & individuals together to make a difference. By choosing this American-made stainless steel, pilot-style, analog timepiece, you’re helping Team Earth spread the message of environmental awareness in a fresh way.
Torino-based Chotovelli really know what time it is. Their understated, functional designs are classic, but also fresh. The 3900 series features a big, bold face and premium materials like a stainless steel case, crystal glass and a leather band. It’s got a chronograph & V54 quartz motion guaranteed to keep you on schedule and looking good on your way.
Nixon’s Chronicle timepiece sports a new (and unexpected) face – wood veneer. The combination of stainless steel, light wood-grain & black leather band make this wrist-candy a thing worth dreaming of. Stop dreaming…grab one today.
Outdoorsman, Tuomas Vohlonen, had long been bothered by the inaccuracy of traditional dry compasses. So in 1936 he founded Suunto. The Core embodies its heritage of reliable instrumentation delivering a multi-functional watch for today’s adventurer. Tricks include altimeter, barometer, compass & depth meter. Unless you’re Bear Grylls, this wrist candy will make life easier during your earthly challenges.
World travelin’ b-boy? KR3W & pro-skater, Chad Muska, got your back. Before you bust out laughing, take a close look at the design of this thing. The detail is off the chain. The antennas? Adjustable. The speakers? Fully-functioning clocks. Keeping time in two time zones – illin’.
Created in collaboration with the celeb-laden Gumball 3000, Nixon’s limited edition Rubber Player features a black silicon case/band with a custom gold crown & hands. On-sale online and at Nixon retailers along the rally route – London, Amsterdam, Boston, Montreal, Toronto & NYC.
Forget the gaudy, gold wrist-candy circa 1980. Designer, Alejandro Alcocer has styled a 6-style, matte-black, vintage-steel Rolex series. Inspiration (although not confirmed) was a 1960s version crafted for the Royal British Army based in South Africa. Limited edition – these adaptions are available solely at Barneys.