Todd Snyder & Timex Join Forces For A Reissue Of The Iconic ‘Q’ Watch

Jun 11, 2020

Category: Style

The Q Timex just happens to be one of the brand’s most lauded watches. And since the original diver first made its debut in 1979, it’s become a mainstay within the collection of true wristwear aficionados — be it physical or figurative. Now, the brand has linked up with prolific menswear designer Todd Snyder for a unique reissue of the watch.

To revitalize the 1970s classic, the pair have opted to include a new steel dive bezel, departing from the iconic two-tone variant that adorned the original watch. It works fairly well, however, complementing the Q’s all-black dial and bespoke crosshair detailing. Below its domed acrylic crystal, a day/date feature, luminant hands, and dependable quartz movement make their home, placing strict emphasis on the timepiece’s accuracy, legibility, and adherence to a timeless design. Head to Todd Snyder’s website to pick up one of your own for $179.

Purchase: $179

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