TACS Nato-Lens Watch

Oct 17, 2018

Category: Style

Japanese brand TACS has built a watch for people who have an eye for the humanity of a moment — those passionate individuals fueled by the chase for the perfect shot outdoors. Their new Nato-Lens watch has a picture-perfect design inspired by cameras.

The stainless steel timepiece has a design reflecting camera straps and lenses aimed to please the eyes of photographers. The dial of the Nato-Lens watch is built to resemble a focus ring, surrounding the arched glass that looks like a fish lens. It has a dependable Miyota 2039 Japan movement to help keep photographers punctual for every photo session and features a durable NATO strap for a comfortable, casual look. The watch comes in olive green or earthy brown and is available right now for photography lovers whose favorite subject is the great outdoors.

Purchase: $433

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