I went to the local mall yesterday to pick up some socks and slips on for the summer. Instead, I came home with this beautiful watch – a pure impulse buy. The Boccia Titanium Rectangular (3541-01) white dial watch is quite the opposite of the kind of watches I typically like. It is not manual, it is light-weight, it is small (35mm diameter) and is slim (8.5 mm thickness) and it is powered out of Japanese Quartz movement. But it is so damn simple and elegant. And affordable. It was less than $200 (taxes included.) I have no idea how it performs over time. It is a grown up dress watch and I love it — at least from the looks of it.
While mine has a deep brown strap, the watch is also available in black dial (3541-02) and all black (3541-03), but I prefer the white dials as they make the watch look a tad more formal. It this watch reminds you a bit of the watches from the Skagen brand, well that is because the designer of this range of watches is Michael Qvortrup who is based in Copenhagen. Boccia Titanium is a German company and it does have some really nice and affordable watches and if you are looking for a quartz watches, you should take a look. They also have launched a couple of nice looking automatic watches that are also worth looking and when I am at the DLD conference next year, I am going to find an opportunity to check them out.
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