Currently available in seven colorways, the Detrola range offers options from playful and vibrant to classic and minimalist. Largely resembling the Runwell line, the new models swap out the original stainless steel cases for a modern high-grade resin case constructed from TR90, which Shinola says is “lightweight, durable, and resilient.” The revamped casing then holds a stainless steel core with a quartz Argonite 705 movement which Shinola assembles in Detroit using Swiss-made parts. Protecting the watch is a K1 crystal — the hardest and most durable mineral crystal — providing excellent scratch resistance. Completing the timepiece is a lightweight silicone strap with quick release, allowing you to swap between straps whenever you wish.
Shinola’s latest Detrola watch collection is now available over at the brand’s online store and select retailers, coming with a price tag of $395 USD. Head over to cop yours now.
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