Exactly a year after the release of their first massively popular Q Timex collaboration, long-time partners Todd Snyder and Timex have reunited once again to craft a second colorway of the cultural phenomenon.
Coming in the same 38mm stainless steel casing as its predecessor, the watch retains the iconic plain steel rotating dive bezel with minute markings in 10-minute intervals and the special integrated bracelet found only on the Todd Snyder exclusive. The black dial from last year has now been replaced with a cream color paired with the same bar indices and minute and hour hands, though now all coated in black for a welcome dash of contrast to offer greater legibility. As usual, the timepiece is powered by a quartz movement offering a day-date function at 3 o’clock and can be accessed through a battery caseback hatch on the rear.
For those interested, the cream dialed Todd Snyder Q Timex is now available over on the designer’s website for $180 USD.
Elsewhere in watches, Longines has released a black version of its beloved Heritage Classic.