Inspired by the vastness of America and its sense of hope, Timex’s latest collection made it a point to use materials made in the USA for their latest lineup. Built by American craftsmen, the Timex American Documents Watch Collection reflects our culture, landscape, and people.
The collection consists of four Swiss quartz movement 41mm watches with a water-resistance of up to 30 meters. Each watch is made with impact-resistant Gorilla Glass 3 crystal made in Massachusetts, stainless steel sourced in the U.S., and cowhide straps from Minnesota. They also have “Aged Waterbury Brass” case backs, honoring Timex’s original 1854 stamped brass clocks. And, the watches were assembled meticulously by hand at Timex’s Middlebury, Connecticut headquarters, marking the first time in quite a while that Timex watches are being constructed stateside. Each finely-crafted timepiece in the collection, which may grow in the future, is ready to order right this second for $495.
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