In 1854, Timex, then known as the Waterbury Clock Company, introduced brass as a new material for clockmaking and developed a $6 clock that nearly everyone could afford. Almost 50 years later they did it again with the $1 pocket watch, said to be the “watch that made the dollar famous.” They’ve continued to innovate over the years (INDIGLO, anyone?) and have never lost sight of their dedication to make affordable, quality timepieces. So when you strap on your new Waterbury, you’ll not only be paying tribute to the history of one of America’s greats, but also giving your wrist game a damn handsome upgrade.
Easy & Free Returns