When you see a Movado watch, you can know it because it is one of the most recognizable watch brands in the world. It has classic style and clean lines offer timeless appeal, and its affordable pricing makes owning one, attainable for most.Actually, Movado has been famous since 1960 in the Museum watch. The Museum dial has remained a trademark element for Movado’s watches, and has been utilized in many diverse and unique ways over the years. Although Movado’s Museum dial is still a strong design feature among many of their collections and popular around the globe, there are some new additions, which are turning heads. Movado has launched some new collections, which are chunkier, bolder, and more adorned than their Museum watches, and these new creations may just change the way you view Movado.
Let us start with the Movado Master Series. This collection, from the Swiss watch maker is larger and more architecturally presented. The round dials are embellished with layers and textures. Although no numbers accent the dial, there are raised indexes to perform this job. The hour markers are placed in graduated fashion, with the smallest being at the 12 o’clock setting and the largest at the 6 o’clock mark. These watches can come with diamond set bezels, and all are designed with an oversized polished steel case, which extends beyond the sides of the dial. The Movado Master Watches are made for both men and women and come in either black or white. They have a monochromatic styling, and are paired with matching rubber straps. The Master features both Quartz and automatic movements.
Movado’s Series 800 is another example of this watch maker’s diversity. The Series 800 watches are a collection of precision timepieces, with features and elements, not previously seen from Movado. These watches come with dials adorned by hour markers and chronographic sub dials. They are presented in either polished or brushed surgical grade steel cases, and are offered with either rubber of steel straps. Some of these models are sportier and come with large, easy to read unidirectional bezels. Instead of the typical signature “dot”, these watches are stamped with the Movado name at the 12 o’clock mark. They are all water resistant to 200 meters, and come with Swiss quartz and automatic movements. These watches for men and women are still recognized as Movado, but they offer a more detailed dial and styled package.
Re-discover Movado watches for yourself, you’re in for a pleasant surprise!