Movado is a watch brand dedicated to the art of telling time in style. And like always, the company is all set to woo us this year too with an impressive line up. A rather non-Museum style in watches, the 800 Datron Chronograph is a smart piece. A 40 mm wide steel case holds it together as an automatic ETA 2894-2 movement inside keeps the watch ticking.
We also hear that this Datron version by Movado is greatly inspired by the fashion in 70s which is why it has a top mounted round window that looks like the sun dot on the signature Movado Museum watch. Everything right from the oblong case to the chronograph pushers and crown has something retro about it.
Both the watch case and the bracelet have been made in something called Performance Steel that is scratch-free. The watch comes in two color option — one in black face with silver subsi dials while the other one has a silver face with black dials. Both are equally nice. Pay close to $3,000 for anything in the Movado 800 series.