A watch desiged with an inbuilt mini-boombox as the clock face - how funky is that man? The boombox was invented in the late 70's, so this watch has the vibe of that decade. In the 70's, the groovy people wore their flares low and their watchbands wide and chunky and Flub watches have recreated that look.
Comes in gunmetal and silver, as well as gold.
The classic, elegant watch has an ivory white face and a black band, just like the one at right. Digital is great but for elegance you can't go past an analogue clock face.
Gibson's Swiss movement square-faced watches are true vintage in style and reminiscent of the classic watches of the early 20th century. Quality, man.
An Adventurer's Watch
The Victorinox Swiss Army Men's Infantry watch is clearly for men and has all the necessary details a real man's watch should entail -lot's of dials and numbers and a groovy tark tan cowhide band and of course, the Swiss Army logo.
The style is distinctly 1940's and Victorinox brought this authentic reproduction vintage model out in limited numbers. Guaranteed to make you feel like there's hairs on your chest.
Cool and Suave
The Toxic retro watch, with soft aubergine leather band, at right is for the syle conscious metro guy. It'd look great with a mod suit and an Italian vespa - very sixties.
Chunky and Funky
Full circle and back we go to the 70's again with this Nemesis retro diver's watch. The 70's style, wide chunky, band is embellished with rugged chrome studs and the big, clear numbering on the clockface looks great as well as being super easy to read.
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