There have been numerous Q Timex iterations coming into the affordable brand’s lineup. The latest version is more colorful than any that has come before it, and it digs deep into the Timex archives for style inspiration. The 1972 reissue has a shapely gold-tone stainless steel tonneau case punctuated with a red dial and a domed acrylic crystal. Bold, floating markers are parked above the multi-faceted pie pan dial. The polished hands and markers match the shiny case, and the framed date window is set deep within the dial. The quartz movement comes with a coin-slot battery hatch for easy swaps. For a mere $169, you can have some seriously classy retro wrist candy.