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Void Watches

VOID Watches has a unique take on watch design using simple yet expressive shapes, giving their watches an almost architectural expression. The watch brand was launched in 2008 as the single vision of Swedish designer David Ericsson. The design draws heavily on the Scandinavian design tradition using simple geometries and materials often found in architecture. The movement is made in Japan.



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G-Shock G-Lide Series

Known as the extreme sports must-have, the latest G-LIDE series by G-Shock features a slimmer case, boasts low temperature resistance up to –20°C/–4°F and the ability to stand up to the severe conditions presented on snow-covered mountains or in the back country. Another distinguishing feature is the 1/100 second double stopwatch. Other features include countdown timer, 5 daily alarms, world time, and auto EL backlight. Available now in four distinct colors....
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TODD SNYDER X TIMEX MILITARY WATCH

Todd Snyder have unveiled their latest collaboration with Timex. The menswear designer has updated a couple of the lines popular reissues with new colorways, such as our favourite of the collection - The Military Watch. Inspired by 1970s military-spec watches and reinvented for everyday civilian wear, this fresh style features vintage inspired dial artwork, a contemporary case, and strap detailing for a clean, modern silhouette. The watch is powered by a reliable qu...
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EONE BRADLEY WATCH

In our age of digital timepieces and smartwatches, the Eone Bradley Watch is a breath of fresh air. Made available from a hugely successful crowdfunding campaign (raised over $500K) the Bradley is an unique tactile timepiece that allows you to feel what time it is. Created by a team of designers, engineers, and people with vision loss, the minimalist titanium watch was nominated for Design Museum’s Design of the Year award, it features two ball bearings instead of t...
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