About Vintage is all about standing the test of time and its classic timepieces do exactly that. Vintage is not just a reference to classic style, it’s a vision and journey to be relevant today, tomorrow and beyond. Life is full of memorable days and important moments that change your entire perspective. Vintage hopes that its classic watches will make you look back at them all.
Vintage, the Danish design firm creates watches that balance the simplicity of classic detail with small modern elements while offering enough different expressions to fit individual desires. The Quartz collection by Skov Andersen is based upon the same movement, but each model showcases a unique dial design. Each watch is named after an important moment in the history of watches and commemorates these milestones.
1815 is remembered as the year that the chronograph technique was invented. It was in 1844 that the chronograph watch was updated to include a resetting feature, which allowed successive measurements. In the year 1957, one of the most legendary chronograph watches was introduced. About Vintage salutes the design by making a dial with oversized graphical lines and balanced details.
Each watch within the Quartz collection features stainless steel dots, hands and a high precision case. Domed Sapphire Crystal glass protects the Miyota Quartz movement, and the timepiece is tested to a water resistance of 5m. Each watch is individually numbered and comes packaged in a custom made walnut case with engraved Vintage logo. Black leather, brown leather or a stainless steel mesh band rounds out the list of choices. Each band creates an entirely different look. Buy multiple to coordinate easily with any outfit. The design mechanism allows a band to be changed in seconds without any tools.
Online men’s store Fitzrovia & Co currently has a range of Vintage’s Quartz collection timepieces and watchbands in stock. The store is based in Melbourne so you can expect faster shipping than if you purchased directly from Vintage who is based in Copenhagen.