Launched by L.A.-based entrepreneur David Bonaventura in 2008, Tsovet designs Swiss-made watches that combine traditional craftsmanship, cutting-edge technology, and an understated, utilitarian aesthetic. Instead of going through the archives of horological history, Tsovet derives inspiration from motors, aviation, and industrial tools — in other words, functionality is king. Inspired by vintage avionic instruments, the water-resistant SVT-AT76 (square face) and SVT-FW44 (round face) feature precise Swiss quartz movements, premium Italian leather watch bands, and matte-finished, stainless-steel cases. And let’s not overlook the SVT-GG42, a distinguished timepiece whose all-black dial, face, watch band, and hands give it a futuristic and dramatic look. Tsovet’s wares are proof that analog authenticity is always in style.
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Unique timepieces that couple vintage-industrial aesthetics with precise Swiss movements.
Elegant, rugged timepieces to toughen up your everyday look.
Whether it’s a blacked-out timepiece or a burly square model with a muted white-and-silver color scheme, Tsovet’s timepieces are never in short supply of utilitarian good looks. Couple that vintage-industrial aesthetic with exacting Swiss quartz movements and aeronautical grade stainless steel casings, and you’ve got a line of watches that you’ll want to wear for years to come.