Timex X Todd Snyder Beekman Watch

Aug 17, 2018

Category: Style

Todd Snyder, a prominent American designer inspired by military tailoring and Savile Row craftsmanship, has teamed up with Timex to bring us a debonair timepiece. The Beekman watch brings together the style of classic watches and classic racing cars, creating a vintage look that will complete any casual or formal ensemble.

Snyder was particularly inspired by an archival timepiece that was made for racing aficionados and built with a curlicue tachymeter designed to clock the speed of passing objects. The Beekman is a modern version of that watch made with a stainless steel case, acrylic domed crystal, and a beautiful, genuine Croco-pattern leather strap. It also features a tachymeter, along with telemeter scales, and is water-resistant up to 30 meters. This 40mm watch is the perfect blend of finesse and function. The handsome Beekman timepiece is offered in two colorways and you can pick one up today.

Purchase: $158

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