Todd Snyder Looks to the '70s for His Latest Timex Collaboration

The New York-based designer introduces the Blackjack.

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The new Blackjack Watch from Todd Snyder and Timex is inspired by a sporty 1970’s style from Timex’s archives, updated in a modern blackout palette. This timepiece is the latest in an ongoing collaboration between the celebrated menswear designer and the iconic American watch brand.

The Blackjack is an homage to the drivers of Formula One cars of the 1960’s and ’70s. Nodding to speed dials and roulette wheels, the Blackjack evokes the noir glamor of fast cars, hot tires, and midcentury Monaco casinos – all in a sleek New York style. Additional features include a 50M water resistance build, Quartz Movement, and black-finished case.

The timepiece is available on Todd Snyder for $138 USD.

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