Timex takes customers back to its 19th century origin story with its latest Waterbury Traditional watches


Timex has introduced classic chronograph and day date models to its Waterbury range in a subset called Waterbury Traditional.

The style is named after the Waterbury Clock Company, the original business founded in the Connecticut town 1854 that later became Timex, and aims to remind customers of the brand’s origins as an authentic watchmaker.

Two models are added for Spring/Summer 2019: the Waterbury Traditional Chronograph with a gold tone case, tan dial and brown leather strap; and the Waterbury Traditional Day Date in a 42mm gold tone case that has a tan dial and brown leather strap.


The new models are on sale now priced at around $100 t0 $160.




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