Todd Snyder x Timex Blackjack Watch

Oct 1, 2018

Category: Style

Todd Snyder and Timex are increasingly becoming our favorite dynamic duo. The serial collaborators have shown a real penchant for producing attractive and affordable watches that have a distinctly vintage feel to them. Their newest release, the Blackjack Watch, is no exception.

Inspired in large part by the Formula One drivers of the 1960s and 1970s, the watch’s face looks like a cross between roulette wheel and a speed dial. The red second indices contrast well with the two blue quarters of the face, as they do with the black bullseye center of the watch. For an old-school athletic feel to match the look, Timex and Todd Snyder have fitted the watch with a nylon strap. The fun, sporty timepiece is powered by a reliable Quartz movement, and is set in a blacked-out class that is water resistant to 50 meters.

Purchase: $138

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