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The Ticket. Nothing to it. The Ticket is the ultimate in low profile. Millimeters thin and ultra light while still managing to out class timepieces twice its weight and bulk. Less is less. Bracelets Men, Nixon Ticket, Nixon Watches, Gold Watches, Alicia Fashion, Dial Gold, Ticket Watches, Gold Metals, Men Watches
You might not have Christopher Lloyd wildly gesticulating at you all the time, but at least you've got a watch that plays the part. The Re-Run's 80s styling might have you nostalgic for the last time time travel seemed possible, nay, probable. With an all-digital calendar, dual time, alarm, countdown and light, you won't need that nutty scientist to get all the facts and gigawatts straight. Because it was sort of weird that they were hanging out so much anyway.
As sleek, mod and covered in Alpine powder as the toniest of 1960s Swiss slopes, The Chalet oozes sporty, atomic-era glamour. Enamel or wood inlay and a butterfly closure provide the romance and intrigue, while three hand Japanese quartz movement and a custom 30 meter stainless steel case elevate this timepiece to new technical heights. Catch you at the summit, tex.
It's a simple recipe, and yet frequently muddled. Mix equal parts luxury and sophistication with spontaneity and youthful recklessness; shake well and you've got yourself the all-new Spur. Japanese quartz movement keeps three hands and date moving along, while precious metals and an embedded diamond might make you want to linger a little longer.
The Banks. They've been lying to us: You can be two places at once. Light and sleek, the dual-time Banks will be there with you both through thick and thin, through both hell and high water, through both sickness and health. And while you're living this new truth, remember: You can take it with you. Just hold on with two hands.