Braun Gents AW 10 EVO Classic Watch

Dec 14, 2018

Category: Style

It’s important to remember your roots, which is why veteran German company Braun is throwing it back to the ’80s by reintroducing their very first analog wristwatch. Originally hitting the scene in 1989, the AW 10 EVO timepiece is back and upgraded for the modern man.

This new iteration of Braun’s classic watch was designed by the iconic team of Dietrich Lubs and Dieter Rams. Comparing this version to the original, the most significant change is the enlargement of the stainless steel watch case to 39mm. The 3 ATM water-resistant timepiece also includes a Swiss three-hand date movement, a scratch-resistant mineral glass, a bespoke screw on the case back, and a genuine leather strap. Braun is offering their retro timepiece in all black or black with silver accents. Add this watch to your collection today and complete your holiday party outfit with a classy everyday timepiece.

Purchase: $380

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