• Weiss Watch Company Field Watch (Watch Wednesday)

     Weiss Watch Company is an American manufactured company base out of California. What better way to leave you off before the birthday of the U. S. of A than with their Field Watch. The fully mechanical movement is a manually wound Caliber 6497 that is comprised of over 60 Swiss parts. These parts are then hand-finished and assembled in Los Angeles, California and encased in a 41.5mm water resistant, 316 stainless steel case with sapphire front and back crystals. The beauty of the watch speaks for itself but the delivery is tremendous. Each watch arrives in a wood box accompanied with an extra brown leather band and tool for making the switch. Weiss Watch $795.00

  • Baume & Mercier 2013 Clifton Line (Watch Wednesday)

    Inspired by the “Golden Fifties”, the new B&M line for spring of 2013 is part of the Baume & Mercier museum collection. The simple yet powerful watch will raise some eyebrows at the office in a conference room full of shackle type watches. The watch was designed for an urban luxury enviorment, which basically means a top tier watch, you don’t have to be worried wearing on the subway.


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