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.
Sure, your cell phone has a clock on it. But do you really want to be the guy who pulls out a Blackberry when someone asks him for the time? Didn’t think so. Get your watch game in order with this massive selection of sporty divers, casual models, and more — all priced at $100 or less.
A something-for-everyone selection of timepieces, from classic to modern.
If you’ve invested in a fine collection of timepieces, you should also invest in something to show off the ones you’re not wearing on any given day — that’s just common sense. And if any of them are automatic, you’ll also need a winder, as automatics need consistent motion to keep time properly. With this sale, we’ve got both. It’s everything you need to keep you watches running right and looking great.
Extroverts have met their match with this daring assortment of watches from Activa & Android. The Swiss craftsmen and tech-enthusiasts, respectively, are masters of uniquely combining technological expertise with daring, modern design elements and colors that are out of this world. Just take a look at our statement-worthy offering: bright orange rubber men’s watches; thin, ladylike bands with iridescent dials; and classic chronographs with bright, contrast markers.