New York-based designer Todd Snyder is back again with his long-standing watchmaker partner Timex for yet another collaboration, this time tackling one of the American watch brand’s most popular models in recent years: the Timex Q.
Originally launched back in 1979, the watchmaker decided to reissue the retro model in 2019 with an iconic Pepsi bezel, which was met with massive success. To follow up, the brand went on to craft the watch in other color options which were made available just this April, and now, Todd Snyder has joined in on the fun, creating his own take on the cultural phenomenon. Still powered by a quartz movement with a day-date complication at 3 o’clock, much of the timepiece’s aesthetic has been reimagined. The original round and painted indices are now swapped with sleeker, rectangular metallic indices, complementing the re-designed silver dive bezel on the exterior. The integrated bracelet has also been redone, moving from a jubilee-like design of the ’70s to a more modern rectangular, segmented look.
For those interested in this collaborative classic, head over to Trading Post to purchase or learn more about it.
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