You don’t have to spend thousands to get a great everyday watch, but you also shouldn’t waste a few hundred on a department store quartz jobbie with a clothing brand slapped on the dial. The new UNDONE Basecamp watch is one that’s well worth a look because of its affordable quality and great casual style. The highly legible watch is powered by a battery-free Seiko NH35a mechanical automatic movement with a 42-hour power reserve. The crystal is a domed LEXAN that’s stronger than glass and imparts a nice vintage look. At 40mm in diameter and 15mm thick, it’s not too big nor too small and should fit perfectly under a shirt cuff. The dial pops thanks to vintage tan numerals and markers, as well as a big bold orange hour hand. Water resistance is 50 meters, so you should feel fine hitting the shower or the pool with it. UNDONE will also change up the case color, the strap, and the bezel at no extra cost for that personal touch.
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