Watch enthusiasts are a passionate and sometimes picky bunch. We have boxes filled with mass market watches, but sometimes we want something a little more niche than what the bigger brands are producing. Thanks to the rapidly expanding market of microbrands offering direct-to-consumer timepieces, finding a unique watch has never been easier.
The Aquaracer line has always occupied a beloved spot in my brain – there’s just something so effortlessly familiar but also unique enough to feel refined. The overall presentation just sticks with me. The design platform of the Aquaracer also lends itself so well to many different design languages. Then insane garbage like this happens.