When two brands know each other like Timex knows Todd Snyder, collaborations come naturally, and the pair have created some of the most sought-after budget timepieces money can buy. Often taking inspiration from Military-styled pieces, most notably, the famous Military Watch (that sold out in less than 24-hours) the pair have come together once again for an iteration on Timex’s Navi. Paying homage to their original dive watches, the pair have created an exclusive Utility Ranger, meant to evoke not just the sea but also the deep woods. Let’s check it out.
Timex x Todd Snyder ‘Utility Ranger’
Case Width: 41 mm
Case Height: 13.5 mm
Strap and Lug Width: 20 mm
Case Material: Stainless Steel
Style Number: TW2V50500Z
Full of thoughtful details, we love the Utility Rangers durable military olive dial and ballistic fabric strap with buckle closure. Sizing is a modest 41mm and offers a stylish brushed and polished gunmetal finish with an exhibition case back so you can see the interworkings. The bezel is an eye-catching orange and does a great job of framing the military olive dial with the matching second-hand – a signature accent colour of the brand. Like all good Military Watches, this one has 100-meter/10 bars of water resistance and robust construction ensuring this piece will earn its place in your weekly rotation.
“I wanted to create a watch that was reminiscent of vintage field and diving watches. A watch that looked like it had been on its share of expeditions in the woods and along the coast,” said Todd Snyder.
The exclusive Utility Ranger watch has indices for both 24-hour and 12-hour time and operates with a 21-jewel automatic movement with 40 hours of energy reserve. If you’ve tucked it away for a few days, just wind the watch using the crown until you feel resistance, set it, and place it back on your wrist to restart the movement.
The Timex x Todd Snyder Utility Ranger is available exclusively on toddsnyder.com and in all Todd Snyder stores for $382 USD.
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