Timex recently thumbed through their dense archives and reintroduced the world to their Q watch that was originally brought on the mainstage in 1978. Handsome, classy, and durable as hell, this diver-inspired watch is a modern replica of the OG vintage design. With a rotating bezel, functioning battery hatch, and domed crystal emulating the original, this watch is a welcome blast from the past.
|Case Width||38 mm|
|Case Material||Stainless steel|
|Buckle/Clasp||Clasp (self adjust)|
|Case Color||Stainless steel|
|Case Finish||Brushed, polished|
|Case Size||Full size|
|Dial Markings||Markers (full)|
|Water Resistance||50 meters|
|Top Ring Color||Black|
|Top Ring Material||Aluminum|
|Case Height||11½ mm|
|Strap and Lug Width||18 mm|
|Attachment Hardware Color||Stainless steel|
Though we’re sure Timex needs no introduction (ed note: they’ve been popular since the turn of the 20th century, even Mark Twain was a fan back in the day), we’ll give you a quick refresher. Timex has been a leader of innovation in the industry by turning clocks into everyday carry items since 1854. We’ve come to love Timex for their remarkable dependability, stylish looks, and ability to create affordable quality.