Shinola Bedrock Dress Watch

May 18, 2017

Category: Style

It was really only a matter of time before Shinola rolled out a dress watch. The brand has been around now for over five years (the name has been around since 1903), but up until now they’d really only dealt with chronographs and watches with a more bold style. Thanks to the Shinola Bedrock Dress Watch, that is no longer the case.

Named after the Detroit-based company’s parent brand, Bedrock, this slim, attractive 42mm watch driven by Shinola’s Argonite 1069 quartz movement is designed specifically to be worn in more formal settings. The watch features a small subdial above the 6 o’clock index which has second markers at fifteen, thirty, forty five, and sixty. For legibility in the dark, the hands have been coated in Super-Luminova, as have the markers along the outside of the sandblasted sunburst face. Available in green, blue, brown, black, and white, this watch can easily be added to any guy’s wardrobe – no matter his taste or preference.

Purchase: $700+

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