Available in either black or off-white, the two new colorways take on contrasting looks to one another, filling out both their dials and bezels in solid tones as opposed to the typical split-bezel aesthetic of previous releases. Both carry off-white lumed indices and hands, coupled with the usual date window at 3 o’clock. The most significant change comes in the form of a two-tone bracelet, constructed entirely from stainless steel but finished with a gold band running down the center for a truly classic look. Other features include a domed acrylic crystal, a quartz movement, and 50m of water resistance.
For those interested, the pair of two-tone Q Timex models will be available soon over on the watchmaker’s website for $190 USD.
Elsewhere in watches, G-SHOCK has released a fully blacked-out Mudmaster and Gravitymaster.