About Your Wrist. It’s called the tube in London, the Métro in Paris, and the Clockwork Orange in Glasgow. There you will find men and their wrists, holding onto things like phones, briefcases, steady poles, and grab handles. These wrists will be accessorized with gentleman timepieces.
Before the mid-19th century, “arm watches” were for ladies only. Then generals started coordinating maneuvers on the battlefield using wristwatches during the great war. Today, some gentlemen coordinate their lives in style.
Gentlemen’s Watch (No. 6267). Makes you look smarter while on your smartphone. Casing is stainless steelwith polished and brushed finishing. Strap is croc-embossed padded leather. Movement courtesy of the Miyota JS25. Buckle is stainless steel. Water resistant up to 5 atm. Made in Italy.