Shinola offers clear case back and and small seconds subdial for the first time with its 2021 Station Agent Runwell Automatic


Shinola has added an exhibition case back and and small seconds subdial on a watch for the first time for its 2021 Station Agent Runwell Automatic.

The collection, which launches this week, is named after the official timekeepers on America’s early railway stations, which had the title Station Agent.

The retro watch borrows design cues from early 20th century pilot watches including its oversized crown and flieger-style lugs.



Its dial has a matte vellum texture and Super-LumiNova on the hands that is color-matched to aged radium found on vintage watches.

The Station Agent launches on January 19th in Shinola stores and Shinola.com for $1,450.

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