Timex Waterbury Watch

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Style

Back in 1854, a little company called the Waterbury Clock Company began making clocks. Fast forward over 160 years, and a name change to Timex, and the company is still building functional, stylish and affordable wrist watches. Paying homage to those early years, the brand has debuted the Timex Waterbury Watch.

Named after the city it was founded in (Waterbury, Connecticut), this watch sports a timeless design that rivals the beloved Weekender in aesthetic appeal. The watch is available in both standard and chronograph, and is stamped with “Since 1854” right on the dial, wrapped in a simple steel case. The watch features Arabic numerals, a date complication, Arabic numerals, and Indiglo night light. Choose from several different color options, all of which are outfitted with a genuine leather strap. [Purchase]

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