Now available at Swiss Watchmaker.
Victorinox Swiss Army’s I.N.O.X. family is resistant enough to be worn during outdoor activities, but sophisticated enough to be worn back at the office.
We enjoyed this in-depth review of one of our favorite collections, the Seiko Astron GPS. We have a number of models available, with the some of the new GMT pieces on the way.
We have new watches from German watchmaker Aristo with quartz and mechanical movements for both men and women. The line blends classic and contemporary style with an offering of dress styles and pilot watches, offering quality mechanisms and clean design at attainable prices.
See them in our front window and stop in to try one on.
Lapizta quartz watches are a great sport watch option for men and ladies that feature solid stainless steel cases with water resistance ratings for full submersion and diving. Bold and functional, they won’t mind a dip in the ocean with anyone who might have had enough of these snow banks and is planning to flee to warmer climates.
All of these watches also feature screw-down crowns that preserve that water resistance seal even under extreme temperature changes and high-velocity situations.
Currently, prices are negotiable.
From now until Valentine’s Day, stop in and receive half-off any red, fuchsia or white genuine crocodile strap (regular price $100).
If you would like to get one as a gift for somebody and won’t be able to bring the watch with you, we have them in millimeter sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20 and only red in 22.
We hope to see you soon!
We are very pleased to introduce Helvetica, the new collection from Mondaine. This famous font was developed by the Hass Type Foundry in Switzerland in 1957. The collection even includes watches in Light, Regular and Bold and features sapphire crystals as well as Swiss quartz movements.
We think they’d make a fine gift for anyone with an interest in design.
We will be closed on Thursday for the holiday, but are holding our regular hours Wednesday, Friday, and the rest of the weekend.
Not only is this Seiko Limited Edition watch solar-powered, but inside it are all the time zones portrayed on its much older counterpart in the background. The new chronograph is actually smaller than the original Astron GPS release, and much more likely to fit beneath a shirt cuff without a fight. We have four different models, including this Limited Edition (we had five, but to some they are irresistible).
Please stop by to see them if you’re in the market for a new travel watch, or if you’re just curious to see how much technology has changed in the past 70 years.