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.
You’re all dressed up, now it’s time for the finishing touch — an elegant watch. Our collection is full of unique accents, featuring fine labels like D&G, Stuhrling Original, and Porsamo Bleu. You’ll find ladylike rose gold styles, diamond- and crystal-studded dials, embossed leather bands, and more.
Orange is the new black... Haven't you heard? To celebrate the fact, this sale features a slew of stylish watches in the color of the season — from quirky analogs by Simplify to sophisticated, exposed-movement versions by Stuhrling Original.
Like baggy boyfriend jeans, there's something sexy about a sporty man's watch dangling off a woman's wrist. And the Swiss Legend options here certainly deliver in a number of bold iterations — all of which meld cutting-edge style with Old World traditions. There's a handful of slimmer women's watches, too, so you can opt for feminine elegance when the mood strikes.
Blue is the new black... Haven't you heard? To celebrate the fact, this sale features a slew of stylish watches in the color of the season — from quirky analogs by Joshua & Sons to sophisticated, exposed-movement versions by Akribos XXIV.