Android founder Wing Liang derives inspiration for his watch designs from the world at large: “from a sci-fi movie to music, from a car to a toaster,” he elaborates. Since establishing his company in 1991, Liang has created high-quality timepieces that combine traditional craftsmanship with forward-thinking designs rendered in bright colors and futuristic, space-age motifs (consider the “Alien” watch, whose two side-by-side faces eerily resemble a pair of Martian eyes). Android’s extensive line of skeleton watches — the Ninja, the Radius, the Impetus automatic — features durable, hardened mineral crystals and either ceramic or stainless steel cases. Android's high-end, limited edition watches include the sleek Tourbillon and the Divemaster — a stainless steel chronograph that’s water-resistant to 660 feet.
These sturdy timepieces with artfully crafted cases will no doubt grab the attention of onlookers. The solid yet elegant Lucan, Arnold and Alpha models emphasize the numbers 12, 8, 10 and 4, instead of the usual 12, 3, 6 and 9. But it’s not just the little details that separate these watches from the crowd—their durability, versatility and luxe quality ensure that they, and you, stand out.
Sharp timepieces ranging from dressy to sporty with sophisticated yet approachable straps.
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Sharp timepieces with sporty, military-influenced ribbon bands.