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.
The name says it all. Android's watches are infused with a dose of sci-fi futurism. But only a dose: The timepieces in this sale are as classic as they are cutting edge, and will look just as great with a suit and tie as they do with a polo and shorts.
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.
Like boyfriend jeans and borrowed-from-him button-downs there's something sexy about a sporty man's watch dangling off a woman's delicate wrist. The steely divers and chronographs here come in several bold and metallic hues. For those who prefer something slimmer, there's a handful of women's watches, too, including white ceramic and mother-of-pearl styles.
There's something irresistibly sexy about the sight of a sporty man's watch dangling off a woman's delicate wrist. The steely divers and sporty chronographs in this sale come in several metallic tones, with colored watch faces and textured rubber straps, and many offer water resistance to at least 100 feet.