Dango Modular Watches

Feb 19, 2019

Category: Style

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Several years back, Dango Products unveiled a modular multitool wallet that would forever change how we viewed the daily carry essential. These were built with purpose, ingenuity, and forethought into what a wallet can (and should) be for the modern man. Now, those same principles have been parlayed over into the realm of wristwatches.

Introducing the first-ever Dango Modular Watches, influenced by sleek design principles, precision manufacturing, and refined engineering to help you conquer whatever the daily grind might toss in your direction. Three watch variations exist in the new lineup: the TREK, a field watch; DIVE, a sport watch built to handle the outdoors; and CHRONO, an automotive-inspired chronograph watch. What’s more, the superbly modular design of each timepiece enables any personalized horological vision to come to fruition — all thanks to interchangeable lugs, straps, and bracelets to fine tune each watch accordingly. Each 45mm timepiece also hosts reliable Swiss Ronda movement, 316L stainless steel cases, Sapphire crystal glass, and water resistance ranging between 50m-200m along with other watch-dependent details. Available now on Kickstarter.

Purchase: $275+

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