Timex has been bringing the vintage style like nobody else in the watch world today, and they all come at truly attainable prices. Their latest is one that nods to the company’s 1854 origins, when it was known as the Waterbury Watch Company. The classic and eye-catching two-tone dial is set within a perfectly sized 39mm stainless steel case. There’s even an emerald green second hand with the Waterbury “W”, and a WWC logo just above the 6 o’clock position as well as on the crown. The brushed and polished links of the stainless steel bracelet match the watch perfectly, too. Mineral crystal tops off the case, and the watch is water-resistant to 100 meters. The Waterbury Traditional Day Date might just be the perfect “one-watch” to wear on virtually every occasion, and it won’t set you back much at all.
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