We’re pleased to announce that the popular Curator series is back in stock. Since it’s been on a brief hiatus, we thought it’d be great to sum up why it became a sought after watch following its initial release. We’ve always felt that the Curator acted as a big brother model to the Contemporary Classic and Symphony series. While those two collections are very strong in their own right, the Curator is a watch for someone looking for a bit more, in terms of features and functionality. Here’s what the Curator has to offer: - The watch is equipped with not only a date display, but with a useful power reserve indicator as well. Power reserve indicators are useful in letting the wearer know how much power is left in the watch. - The dial has both brushed and smooth markers and hands, with lume applied to the hands and around the outer edge, above each hour marker. The combination of brushed and polished metals prevent immense glare from the dial, and provide a smart contrast in bright situations. - The dial is covered by a sapphire crystal, which is very tough and scratch resistant. - At 41mm, the case comes in a great size that is very wearable. It’ll easily fit under a shirt cuff or a jacket. - The case is fully polished, which gives the Curator a worthy shine. It really makes the watch appear to be worth more than it actually costs. - The watch comes with a matte colored leather strap, as opposed to the gloss strap found on other models. - It is offered in a variety of colorways, including slate grey and brown rose, both of watch are unique to not only this collection, but the entire USA collection as a whole!
The Curator Collection Makes a Triumphant Return
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