Filson Scout Dual Time Watch

May 20, 2016

Category: Style

It can be hard to find a watch that looks good enough to impress, but is built to be worn everyday no matter what life throws your way. A lot of watches on the market are either too gaudy or over-capable. Filson, however, has found that sweet spot between functional and dressy with their Scout Dual Time Watch.

Assembled in Shinola’s Detroit shop, this watch boasts a 45.5 millimeter matte black and PVD plated steel case that both looks great and will keep your watch ticking up to 660 feet underwater. Hovering above the black Super-LumiNova hands and index is a sapphire crystal glass with an anti-reflective coating that can resist scratches and dings. Those watch hands are powered by Shinola Argonite 4220 quartz movement that’ll keep everything ticking along nicely. To top it all off, the watch features a vegetable tanned Horween strap from one of the oldest tanneries in the U.S. All things said, this is a great pick for the guy who wants a watch as adaptable as he is. Prices are set at $900. [Purchase]

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