Following on the heels of the Q Timex 1979 reissue, Q Timex Falcon Eye adds some two-tone refinement to the Q Timex series. Reissued for today, Timex recreated every detail – a period-correct woven stainless-steel bracelet, functional battery hatch, two-tone case, luminescent paint and a striated electric-blue dial. The result is a refined watch retaining every ounce of soul and character from the era that inspired it.
The Timex Archive project represents 160 years of watchmaking innovation and expertise. It all began with a group of artisans and craftsmen in the New England town of Waterbury, Connecticut. What that group created would ultimately become synonymous with time itself and propel timekeeping from the mantelpiece to the pocket, on to the wrist. The small and scrappy Waterbury Clock Company was the beginning of an American icon: Timex.
Timex Archive – Since 1854 – Wear it well.