Taking Time with TIMEX
Quality Timekeeping since 1854
Since 1854, TIMEX, which was then known as the Waterbury Clock Company, has been creating quality timepieces. They were the first to create mass market watches and by 1950 every third watch sold in the United States was a TIMEX. Growing up, my first memories of a watch were the light up TIMEX watches and I never tired of the novelty of its light up digital screen. Until our smartphones took over, watches were both fashionable and utilitarian.
As a man in his early 30's, wearing a watch for me has been an easy and fun way to accessorize. I love the element it adds to any outfit from casual to dressy. I've had so much fun playing with strap materials, colors, and watch faces. It wasn't hard to fall for the massive collection over at TIMEX. There really is something for every man. The Waterbury Collection is my favorite. It's an ageless style, with a meticulously stitched tan leather band, silver-tone steel case and cream dial. It definitely honors TIMEX's heritage of pure craftsmanship and authentic watchmaking. The light tan color of the band plays well with neutral tones and I'm able to dress it up and down. A WIN! See below the many ways I'm able to wear it.